Newcastle's Lascelles calls for united front after Bruce appointment

Newcastle's Lascelles calls for united front after Bruce appointment

Newcastle's Lascelles calls for united front after Bruce appointment

Steve Bruce is back in the Premier League.

Bruce's appointment on a three-year contract was announced after Newcastle agreed compensation with Wednesday, where he was appointed on a rolling one-year contract in January.

Bruce has the hard task of trying to live up to Rafa Benitez's achievements.

Newcastle has had a rough summer, with the club losing manager Rafa Benitez, selling leading scorer Ayoze Perez, and failing to secure second-leading scorer Salomon Rondon on a permanent basis. There's been speculation and now it's confirmed, we're pleased and we're looking forward to it.

They will play the loser of the game between Manchester City and West Ham next, with that game being Steve Bruce's first game in charge of Newcastle United.

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Championship club Sheffield Wednesday asked Newcastle United to include players as a part of the deal for manager Steve Bruce, according to a Sky Sports report at 11:44.

The 58-year-old, who was born in Corbridge, Northumberland and raised in Wallsend, returns to Tyneside after signing an initial three-year contract and will be joined at St. James' Park by coaches Steve Agnew and Stephen Clemence.

However, speaking ahead of the club's opening pre-season fixture against Wolves in the Premier League Asia Trophy in Nanjing, Lascelles urged players, staff and fans to pull together.

The new boss said: "I'm delighted and incredibly proud to be appointed as head coach of Newcastle".

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