Newcastle made headlines overnight, and a large amount of money will be injected after the acquisition by the Saudi consortium. However, the most important thing is who will lead Newcastle to complete the goal of a new starting point.
Newcastle United’s final honour rests in the 1927 Premier League champion, the 1955 FA Cup champion, and the 1909 Community Shield champion; at the European level, their final honour is the 1969 International City Fair Cup champion, and 2016 British crown champion; participated in the UEFA Champions League twice and the Europa League eight times. These events may become the goals of the new coach in the future. Let’s take a look at who can replace the current coach Bruce and help the team achieve a new leap!
Antonio Conte should be Newcastle’s most coveted coach. Conte left the Serie A champion Inter Milan because he did not bow his head to Inter Milan to cut expenses and sell players. With his performance in Inter Milan, Chelsea, and the Italian national team in recent years, he is the best candidate for Newcastle.
Frank Lampard has coached Derby County and Chelsea. Before he left Chelsea, Chelsea were only ranked tenth in the Premier League; but he led Chelsea ranked first in the Champions League group. This experience is enough to make Lampard more mature, and he is also an influential figure in English football.
Gennaro Gattuso is the most individual coach among the coaches who are at home. He has led Naples to win the Coppa Italia and coached AC Milan and Fiorentina. Perhaps in Newcastle, the Italian coach can give full play to his personality and potential?
Valverde led Barcelona through two unpleasant nights in the Champions League: the defeat against Rome in the 2017-18 season and the defeat against Liverpool in the semi-finals of the 2018-19 season. However, during his time coaching Barcelona, he won two La Liga titles. He is not a charismatic coach, but for the ambitious Newcastle, he is also more suitable.
The French coach successfully led Lyon to eliminate Juventus, Manchester City and other clubs, reaching the Champions League semi-finals. Yes, he may not have achieved the best results in Ligue 1, but in some moments of his coaching, he did a good job.
The Portuguese coach eventually broke down with the management of Marseille. He failed to make Marseille break through the Champions League group, ranking first in the group; and in Ligue 1 only led Marseille to fifth. Now that he has more experience and understanding of football, perhaps he can achieve the results he once had in Porto and Zenit. Don’t forget, he is 43 years old and has enough experience.
Although he led Juventus to win the Coppa Italia and the Italian Super Cup, Master Pirlo’s experience at Juventus was not smooth because he almost lost his Champions League qualification. This has never happened to Juventus since 2012. Things. Pirlo may not be the most suitable candidate for the wealthy Newcastle, but he is indeed a respected figure in world football.
After leading Ukraine to the European Cup this summer, Shevchenko also ended his first experience as a coach. He successfully led Ukraine to the quarter-finals of this year’s European Cup. When he first took over the Ukrainian national team, he failed to lead Ukraine into the 2018 World Cup finals, but he knew how to adjust the team to shine in the subsequent European Cups.
After resting for more than three months, Granada did not continue to serve Martinez in the new season. Looking at what he has done in the Granada lineup in the past, perhaps with more resources, he can bring more to Newcastle.
After class in Barcelona, Quique Setien has not led the team for more than a year. But he has proved in Las Palmas and Real Betis before that he is an thoughtful coach who can bring more competitiveness to the team.
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