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Newcastle United: Many fans fuming at Lee Ryder’s update

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A whole host of Newcastle United fans are annoyed on Twitter with Lee Ryder’s Steve Bruce update.

Newcastle fell to a 96th-minute equaliser at home to Southampton on Saturday, which means the are still winless after four games in all competitions, which led to sections of St. James’ Park erupt into a rapture of boos directed towards Bruce.

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Ryder has reported that the club’s hierarchy are set to continue with their backing of Bruce, despite many fans already turning on the team and manager, even though it is still only August and having played just four games.

Many Newcastle fans have reacted negatively on Twitter to Ryder’s update.

What have these Newcastle fans been saying?

Can’t get rid of Ashley and can’t get rid of Bruce. This is why I no longer watch the team, awful.”

@wsjack3

Steve Bruce won’t be sacked even if we do worse than 07/08 Derby team”

@LiamNUFC98

This is a perfect example of why fans need to be involved in the running of the club. Also, surely fans need to make the atmosphere toxic for Bruce now. Best chance we’ve got is him walking.”

@craiglongmore

Deserve to be relegated”

@Fozzie94

Of course they will as the is a complete joke, never in my life have I seen the club this badly ran and that includes the times in the 80s”

@PaulProud3

Why does Newcastle united football accept mediocre? It’s ludicrous”

@GreenGeordie9

It may not come as much of a shock to Newcastle fans regarding Bruce’s future, as the backed him when he guided the through a run of just two victories in 19 league games last season, which included an embarrassing 3-0 defeat away to Brighton.

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A nice and easy one to start off with, how much is Callum Wilson worth?

The Magpies’ chances of picking up their first win of the season don’t get much easier after the international break as they travel to Old Trafford, before welcoming Leeds United the week after to St. James’ Park.

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