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Will Newcastle go up?

Will Newcastle go up? This question is now being asked by all who love the club. Yesterday, the Magpies played a great match against the Red Devils and deservedly won. The atmosphere was amazing and everyone was one.

Even Sean Longstaff shared this: “When the fans and us are one, when we’re united, things get done.”

And it seems that the older of the two Longstaff brothers is right. Newcastle recorded a phenomenal win yesterday, very important. The pressure on Steve Bruce had run so high that another unsuccessful result would poison the atmosphere even more. The resentment towards Mike Ashley is clear, it has been for a long time.

Yesterday, the whole team gave their all and showed that they can. Manager Steve Bruce has not stopped being criticized since day one. It was as if everyone wanted Rafa Benitez back and another manager, whoever he was, was not given a chance.

However, many forget that at the beginning of the season, Newcastle had a lot of injured players, and this prevented them from showing their true potential. Now you can see, a large part of the injured returned and the team won. Yes, Steve Bruce is hardly the ideal manager, but he was hired to work with Mike Ashley. He got hired anyway. There are hardly many managers who will come and work with Ashley willingly. We remember what problems Benitez had with the owner and he was constantly unhappy that there were no transfers. And he was right, of course. But the Spaniard is already a thing of the past. Steve Bruce is the present. The more news on Premier League the better.

The conclusion of the season

This win yesterday, albeit against a shaken Manchester United, could be very important for the future. Nobody expects miracles from Newcastle, just a slightly more stable performance. It is clear that this season will be like the previous ones and the club will fight for its survival. But Steve Bruce deserves credit for yesterday at least. A coach with his pluses and minuses, but gathered courage and came to work in very difficult times.

It has already been said hundreds of times that until a new owner comes Newcastle cannot chase high goals. And this is known by all fans and specialists, but at least the team may not fight for its survival until the end. Everyone wants to finish as high as possible in the standings, and the Magpies already have their hopes up after yesterday’s performance. Are slightly brighter days ahead for the team from North East England? We are yet to find out.

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