(Reuters) – Newcastle United supervisor Eddie Howe will miss his first sport in command of the membership, a house conflict in opposition to Brentford on Saturday, after testing optimistic for COVID-19, the Premier League membership stated in a press release on Friday.
Howe, who addressed reporters https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-soccer-england-new-bre-preview/soccer-ive-tweaked-my-philosophy-in-preparation-for-newcastle-job-howe-idUKKBN2I412Z earlier on Friday, examined optimistic following a routine take a look at and can now isolate in keeping with authorities pointers.
“I am very disenchanted that I will not be there with you all at St James’ Park tomorrow, however it’s extremely necessary that I observe the rules and self-isolate,” he informed the membership web site https://www.nufc.co.uk/information/latest-news/eddie-howe-tests-positive-for-covid-19.
“I might wish to reassure everybody that I really feel wonderful, and whereas that is unwelcome information for me, I do know it hasn’t derailed our preparations for what is a crucial sport.”
Assistant head coaches Jason Tindall and Graeme Jones will lead the crew in Howe’s absence.
Howe, previously head coach of Bournemouth, was appointed https://www.reuters.com/way of life/sports activities/newcastle-appoint-ex-bournemouth-boss-howe-after-bruce-exit-2021-11-08 supervisor at St James’ Park earlier this month following the dismissal of Steve Bruce.
Newcastle are second from backside within the league with 5 factors from 11 video games.
(Reporting by Dhruv Munjal in Bengaluru; Modifying by Shrivathsa Sridhar)