“Impossible” for Eddie Howe to handle the injury situation in Newcastle……

Journalist Dean Jones has disclosed that Newcastle United manager Eddie Howe faces a “impossible” task during the international break at St. James’ Park due to a crucial factor


After making it into the Champions League the previous season, the Magpies had a lot of optimism going into this one and were hoping for another top-four finish. But Newcastle has struggled to live up to the high expectations they set for themselves the previous season as Howe’s team struggles to fight on several fronts.

The recent loss to Bournemouth has caused dissatisfaction among the fan base, with some supporters even venting their frustrations to captain Kieran Trippier. Furthermore, there are rumors that Howe faces a “impossible” task as the pressure starts to build.

Howe delivered a severe blow while suffering more injuries

Howe, looking miserable, watched his current team be destroyed by his former employers as the rain lashed down at Vitality Stadium. A swift double from Dominic Solanke gave Bournemouth an unlikely win over Newcastle; it was also the first time the South East team had been defeated at home in Premier League history.

Not only was the loss heartbreaking for Howe, but he also left the Vitality Stadium shaking in frustration because more of his star players had been hurt during the match. The most noteworthy of them was Miguel Almiron, who became the most recent important player to withdraw due to a niggle during the first half.

Newcastle’s injury timeline is depressing to read.

Almiron is one of just eight Newcastle players out with an injury, and although the South American’s issue isn’t thought to be as serious as others’, it has still put even more strain on Howe’s team. This is because players like Isak, Harvey Barnes, and Sven Botman are expected to miss significant amounts of time due to injury, per a report published in the Telegraph.

Wilson, who has already scored seven goals this season, is reportedly suffering from a hamstring injury and won’t be back for at least until December. Barnes, a summer signing, would also be lucky to play for Newcastle before the end of the season.

When you combine that with issues facing Dan Burn, Isak, Sean Longstaff, and Fabian Schar, it’s easy to understand why Howe is going to be extremely frustrated with the current state of affairs at St. James’ Park.

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