Eddie Howe returns to training ground – Newcastle United squad follow 48 hours later


Eddie Howe is back in the driving seat.

The Newcastle United boss returned to the training ground on Monday as he plans his campaign to attack for the remainder of the season as the World Cup in Qatar approaches.

As Bruno G and Kieran Trippier departed with their national teams after the win against Chelsea, Eddie Howe and the non-World Cup players took a well-deserved break.

For the players it was a holiday period, followed by a mix of rest/recovery combined with working on customized training programs away from the training ground.

For Eddie Howe, there is no doubt that while he was spending valuable time with his family, he also spent a lot of time preparing himself and the squad for these final six months of the season.

Newcastle United are third in the Premier League and with both domestic cup competitions up for grabs.

As Eddie Howe returned to the training ground on Monday to begin preparations, Newcastle United’s squad followed suit 48 hours later.

After a few days on the training ground together, things will now get faster and faster as we head towards NUFC competitive football in just eighteen days’ time, when a win over Bournemouth would see Newcastle into the last eight final of the League Cup. .

Eddie Howe and the Newcastle United squad fly to Saudi Arabia for the warm-weather trip on Sunday.

Then the countdown really begins…

The friendly against Al-Hilal is now just five days away, bringing in 14 members of the Saudi Arabian national team, who returned home as heroes after beating Argentina and with bad luck of not qualifying from their group.

In just 14 days, Newcastle face Rayo Vallecano in a friendly at St James’ Park, followed four days after that in the Bournemouth Cup (there will also reportedly be a friendly against a Championship club , but that it will be behind closed doors if it comes out). come in).

Then the big one of course, in 23 days time Newcastle return to Premier League action at Leicester, hoping to continue their remarkable October/November form which saw them win eight and draw in nine matches (all competitions).

I can not wait.

Newcastle United live TV and match schedule confirmed so far until the end of January 2022:

Thursday 8 December 2022 Al-Hilal v Newcastle (time and venue to be confirmed) Friendly

Saturday, December 17, 2022 Newcastle – Rayo Vallecano (12:30 p.m.) Friendly

Wednesday 21 December 2022 Newcastle v Bournemouth (7.45pm) League Cup Fourth Round

Monday 26 December 2022 – Leicester v Newcastle (3pm) Amazon Prime

Saturday 31 December 2022 – Newcastle – Leeds (3pm)

Tuesday 3 January 2023 – Arsenal v Newcastle (8pm) Sky Sports

Saturday 7 January 2023 – Sheffield Wednesday v Newcastle (6pm) FA Cup 3rd Round BBC1

Sunday 15 January 2023 – Newcastle v Fulham (2pm) Sky Sports

Saturday 21 January 2023 – Crystal Palace v Newcastle (5.30pm) Sky Sports




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