Despite being on a three-match losing streak, Newcastle manager Eddie Howe claims to be “immune” to criticisms

The expenditures in the transfer market of 2023 have been the biggest football has ever seen. Every year the amount of money spent on football transfers increases rapidly. Eddie Howe’s Newcastle United was also one of the European clubs that spent millions on new transfers but the club is still in a tough spot.

Newcastle United’s manager Eddie Howe is not having the season that he hoped for. The manager’s club is not performing well in the Premier League and the fans are unhappy with him. The club’s performance is constantly degrading despite bringing in new players.

Eddie Howe delivers savage reply to haters

Newcastle United played their first Premier League match on 12 August 2023 against Aston Villa. The club showcased its power by dominating its opponent and winning the game with a score of 5-1. New signings Sandro Tonali and Harvey Barnes also made the scoresheet. That was the first and last match Newcastle won.

Eddie Howe

Eddie Howe has been receiving a lot of criticism for Newcastle’s performance and the manager has spoken up about the issue saying that it does not affect him “I am immune to it. I am not feeling it, I am not hearing it”.

Newcastle is on a losing streak despite spending huge this summer

Eddie Howe has been facing defeat after defeat since their initial victory against Aston Villa. The club has lost its last 3 matches against Manchester City, Liverpool, and Brighton respectively. They currently sit at number 14 on the table. Their performance in their last match against Brighton was shameful. The defenders seemed confused throughout the game which gave Evan Ferguson an opportunity to score a hat trick and make the final score 3-0.

Eddie Howe

Newcastle brought in five new players into their squad this season. The club successfully signed Sandro Tonali from AC Milan for £55.00m, Harvey Barnes from Leicester City for £39.00m, Valentino Livramento from Southampton for £32.00m, Yankuba Minteh from Odense BK for £6.00m, and Lewis Hall on a loan from Chelsea for £35.00m. Despite spending £167m on transfers the club is still not able to give the fans what they want.

Hopefully, Eddie Howe will find a way to overcome this and improve Newcastle United’s position in the Premier League.


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