Owners Uncertain About The Next Boss and Graeme Jones To Manage Newcastle’s Next Two Games.

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Graeme Jones is expected to manage Newcastle for the next two Premier League games, as their owners are unsure who they will appoint permanently.

After Steve Bruce’s departure, Jones was appointed interim manager. He was expected to be at the dugout Saturday against Crystal Palace.

According to the new owners, the search for their next boss is underway. They have had talks with several candidates.

But they have not been able to find Bruce’s successor and are taking their sweet time with Jones leading the team shortly.

Newcastle United Assistant Coach Graeme Jones during the Newcastle United Training Session at the Newcastle United Training Centre on August 13, 2021 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England
Newcastle’s boss for the upcoming fixtures will be Graeme Jones.

The Athletic We have learned that the 51-year old has been asked to act as a caretaker manager not only for the Palace match but also for the fixture at home to Chelsea next week.

But The TelegraphJones will likely remain in charge of the organization until the November international break.

This would mean that he would also be in the dugout for Newcastle’s trip to Brighton in less than two weeks.

Which Newcastle resident would you choose to appoint as your nominee? Please leave your comments.

Mehrdad Ghodoussi, husband of Amanda Staveley, holds up a scarf prior to kick-off in the Premier League match at St. James' Park, Newcastle
Newcastle directors are taking their time in finding a new permanent boss.

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Jones, a boyhood Magpies fan and a member of Bruce’s staff, joined the club in January to become part of Bruce’s backroom staff. He then became an assistant coach.

He has been recognized. “assurances “He is guaranteed his long-term security by the consortium that took over the company, regardless of how long it is under his control.

Reports state that Paulo Fonseca, former Roma manager, has been interviewed. Frank Lampard (ex-Chelsea boss) is allegedly a firm favorite”.

Chelsea's English head coach Frank Lampard reacts during the English League Cup fourth round football match between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, on September 29, 2020
Frank Lampard is a top candidate for the Newcastle job

Jones gave his first press conference before his debut match as manager in the top-flight English football.

He said the following during it: “All everyone here wants is hard work, honesty, and to be fighting for everything. Those characteristics represent the Geordies. I want to keep standards high.”

Bruce replied to a question about Bruce’s departure, adding: “It was one of upset if I’m honest because I had a great working relationship with Steve. A good man.”It’s not something you want to do in football.”

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