5 Brightest Candidates for “Hot Seat” At Newcastle United Next Season

They are looking for a manager at Newcastle after Rafa Benitez left the club. They said: “We have been working hard to renew the contract with Rafa for a considerable period of time. But we could not reach an agreement with Rafa and his agent.

“Rafa’s coaching team, including Paco de Miguel Moreno, Antonio Gomez Perez and Mikel Antia will also leave the team on June 30.”

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We would like to thank Rafa and his coaching team for their great efforts over the past 3 years. Their contributions to collective achievement are also impressive.

We also want to thank the team fans, players and coaches for their patience during the last unrest. The process of appointing a substitute for Rafa will start now.”

Newcastle has been linked with a series of names for the club’s head coach. The top candidate is Garry Monk, who was fired by Birmingham earlier this month.

After expiring the contract the old man leave his role at St James’ Park.

With the statement not to lead any team that lacks ambition, coach Jose Mourinho is seen as denying his return to Newcastle.

After the end of the season, getting the information of not signing the contract, manager Rafa Benitez announced his farewell to Newcastle. The Spanish coach wanted to negotiate an extension of his contract with Newcastle with a desire to receive a salary of more than £ 6 million a year, but the English Premier League club was not keen on the plan.

Recently, it has been reported that Mourinho is the leading candidate for Newcastle’s “hot seat” coach. Mourinho is still looking for a new challenge after being sacked by Man United in December last year.

But who is in the hat to be responsible for Magic next season? Here, Sports look at the candidates.

Garry Monk

Garry Monk was fired by Birmingham only last Tuesday after being appointed their boss back in March 2018.

Birmingham finished last season in 17th place in the Championship, with 52 points after 46 games played.

Monk guided the club to safety despite having to pass a nine-point penalty for Birmingham by EFL for financial violations.

The 40-year-old has also managed Swansea, Leeds and Middlesbrough since 2014.

Jose Mourinho

According to Sky Sports, Mourinho’s most serious opponent in the race for Newcastle’s empty seat is Garry Monk, a former Swansea manager. Monk made a strong impression in the 2014-2015 when helping the “Black Swan” to finish the Premier League in eighth place, and at the same time making the club the third in the Premier League era to win both Arsenal and Man Utd two plays in a season.

Mikel Arteta

Eddie Howe

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Eddie Howe football coach was born on November 29, 1977, in England. As a football coach of the Sagittarius archipelago, holding a snake (armour). Eddie Howe ranked 29050 in the world and 85th in the famous Football Coach list. The total population in the world in 1977 was about 4,230 billion people.

English footballers and managers have succeeded with Bournemouth and Portsmouth throughout their playing career. In 2009, he was made by Bournemouth’s manager, making him the youngest player in the Football League at the time.

Alan Pardew

Alan Pardew is the top experienced strategist in the Premier League today. Last season he helped Crystal Palace fly high when it finished in the middle of the rankings, but this year Alan Pardew was no longer in control of the team and let the “Eagle” fall close to the group to relegate. In December, Alan Pardew was fired and replaced by Sam Allardyce.

Talent is appreciated, but Alan Pardew’s long-term strategy is quite poor. However, Leicester needs to be relegated, so Pardew is suitable for the rest of the season. Having successfully relegated, Leicester can make long-term team building plans.

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