Crisis in Newcastle: Eddie Howe is considering this tactic after a negative streak

Since Tonali's case, Newcastle United's luck haven't been the best

By Liam Styles

Since Tonali's case, Newcastle United's luck haven't been the best
Since Tonali's case, Newcastle United's luck haven't been the best
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The Premier League has become a totally attractive and interesting league to watch. Undoubtedly, the competition has fans around the world and it is becoming more and more common to have people in other countries enjoying this competition. For many, the Premier League is the most important league in the world in every way, both sportingly and financially.

In fact, it often happens in the United Kingdom that some matches are not broadcast on all channels, according to the issue of broadcasting rights. Meanwhile, away from Great Britain, every weekend's matches are available on different platforms. This speaks to the fact that the league sells and sells outside and inside England at a very considerable level

In the same way, the high level shown by different teams has increased the interest in the competition. So far this season, Tottenham and Manchester City have established themselves as the leaders of the Premier League. Nevertheless, Spurs were short-lived as the overall leader after losing twice, which cost them the lead. Meanwhile, City finished the weekend before FIFA Break as leaders.

Another team that has been the talk of the town has been Newcastle United. Eddie Howe's team has a large number of injured players. For this reason, a drastic decision would be taken to try to improve the situation after a series of bad results that have affected the team

Eddie Howe's tactic

According to media such as Sky Sports, Eddie Howe would be looking for several players on loan this season to return to the team to help as much as possible with the absence of several players. According to Sky, the team has 14 injured players, so one option would be to bring back Yakubah Minteh, currently on loan at Feyenoord.

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