Steve Bruce admits there is “always a storm around the corner” at Newcastle


The 59- year-old changed Rafael Benitez at the helm last summer.

Steve Bruce shows up for work every day understanding the next storm might be only simply around the corner.

The 59- year-old Geordie was designated Newcastle’s head coach last summer in the middle of fury amongst fans that predecessor Rafael Benitez had actually been enabled to leave, and aware he had a fight on his hands to win over his critics.

Eleven months on, Bruce had more than made a fist of a tough task with his side having actually edged to the verge of Premier League safety with 8 games staying ahead of Wednesday night’s clash with former club Aston Rental Property, although he is taking absolutely nothing for approved.

He stated: “Look, I think you all comprehend that it is a tough task, however it’s one I actually completely, completely enjoy.

” There have actually been some hard times along the way, however if you handle Newcastle, there’s constantly a storm around the corner and I’m waiting.

” At the minute we’re doing OK, however I’m awaiting the next one. When that is, I’m waiting for the next wave to strike and we’ll see.

“But look, as I said, I was determined to enjoy the job and enjoy the challenge of managing Newcastle, and that will not change.”

Bruce confessed from the off that he understood he was not “everyone’s cup of tea”, however was constantly positive he might alter minds.

He stated: “As I have actually stated lots of times, whoever was going to change Rafa would find it tough since of the regard that he had.

“I hoped, over time, they’d judge me on results and judge me on what they see and at least give me a year into it. If I’m no good then fine, off with my head. At the moment, we’re doing OK, so that’s OK.”

Memories of what showed to be a tough 2 years in charge at Rental Property, where Bruce discovered himself frantically attempting to sell star man Jack Grealish in a quote to keep the club afloat in the wake of play- off final defeat at the end of the 2017-18 campaign, will come flooding back on Wednesday night.

He stated: “Individuals ask me about tough tasks– Aston Rental property was perhaps the most tough.

” I’m attempting to promote Jack Grealish around all over to attempt to raise money, otherwise the club was going to collapse, so it was a actually tough, tough time.

“But the new owners came in and made the decision they made, and I’m sure they think themselves justified when they got up to the Premier League.”

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