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Stickied in Sports Forum
ta, maybe I didn't do it last year, but did the year before?
So West Ham have signed Sebastian Haller for £45m. TBH when this story first came out I didn’t believe it.
Also Steve Bruce is the new Newcastle manager. I know I said this when Rafa Benitez was signed, but what the hell is he going there for? No glory in working for Mike Ashley. They are already favourites to get relegated, and that without a ball being kicked.
"Newcastle defender Federico Fernandez says he "understands" fans' concerns over the appointment of Steve Bruce but is looking forward to working with him.
Bruce was confirmed as Rafael Benitez's successor on Wednesday after resigning from his position as Sheffield Wednesday boss on Monday.
Following Newcastle's confirmation of his arrival, at St James' Park, #Bruceout was trending on Twitter.
"Of course, fans maybe want a different manager or players," said Fernandez.
"But we need to work hard to show we are ready for the Premier League."
Newcastle, who finished 13th in the Premier League last season, are the 10th club Bruce has managed and this is his 11th post, having led Wigan Athletic twice.
He will fly to China to meet the squad following Wednesday's Premier League Asia Trophy 4-0 defeat by Wolverhampton Wanderers.
"We want to show the fans and everyone we can compete," added Fernandez.
"It's a new manager coming in so we are looking forward to working with him - a man with great experience."
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Football.London: Michael Owen makes 2019/20 Premier League top four prediction - and it's great news for Chelsea.
1) Manchester City
5) Manchester United
TBH I have no idea who will be the positions 3 to 6, but I'd really like some other team to get there. Having the same teams is getting boring.
But who? Wolves, Everton, West Ham?
This item was edited on Friday, 2nd August 2019, 21:55
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