A surprising new favorite has emerged in Newcastle United’s management draw on Sunday night.
Bruce on the edge
The issue of the bank in St. James’ Park, of course, has been at the center of the headlines for the past 72 hours.
This is because the long-speculated Newcastle takeover was finally pushed over the line on Thursday night.
After a lengthy dispute over broadcasting rights in the country was resolved, the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund, Backed For a staggering £ 320bn fortune, he agreed to buy former Magpies owner Mike Ashley’s majority stake in the club:
🤝 An investment group led by the Public Investment Fund, which also includes PCP Capital Partners and RB Sports & Media, has completed the acquisition of 100% of Newcastle United Limited and Newcastle United Football Club Limited from St. James Holdings Limited.
– Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) October 7, 2021
The vast majority of those associated with Newcastle, in turn, have made their enthusiasm clear about the prospect of things to come.
For a high-profile individual on Tyneside, however, the news of the change of hands at the club has marked something of a blow.
The man in question? Steve Bruce.
Following widespread speculation that his position was under immediate threat after Ashley’s departure, word It was reported earlier today that Bruce is now ‘on the brink’ of being relieved of his place on the bench at St. James. ‘
Favre on pole
As a result, rumors have since started to circulate about who will be chosen by Yasir Al-Rumayyan and co. as the man to replace Bruce and oversee a potentially prosperous new era in North East England.
A lot of tacticians have been called as candidates, including the likes of Antonio Conte, Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard.
But, as described above, on Sunday night, a new favorite for Magpies’ post emerged.
After a series of unexpected bets, veteran tactician Lucien Favre has seen his odds of taking the reins at Newcastle reduced to just 4/1.
The Swiss strategist has been out of work since late 2020, when he ended a two-and-a-half-year stint with Bundesliga giant Borussia Dortmund.
📈 There has been a lot of movement in the upcoming Newcastle coaching market.
Former Dortmund manager Lucien Favre is the 4/1 favorite, since 14/1.
– Betfair (@Betfair) October 10, 2021
🔳 Lucien Favre is the NEW FAVORITE to be #NUFCnext manager.
📉 The 63-year-old has barely been in the betting, but was heavily backed by the market leader Sunday night.
📜 His last position was in Dortmund, where he started in December 2020 with a win rate of almost 62%.
– Sporting Life Fútbol e Infogol (@InfogolApp) October 10, 2021
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