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By Simon Evans

MANCHEnew era under [url=]Saudi ownership[/url] when they face [url=]Tottenham[/url] Hotspur at
St [url=]James'
Park[/url] with Steve Bruce set for his 1000th game as a manager
and possibly his last with the North East club.

Last week, to the [url=]delight[/url]
of their fans, [url=]Newcastle[/url] was sold
to a [url=]consortium dominated[/url] by Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund (PIF) [url=]alongside[/url] minority
partners PCP Capital [url=]Partners[/url]
and [url=]RB Sports[/url] & Media.


While human rights groups such as Amnesty International have [url=]condemned[/url]
the Saudi take over, [url= stake in the club and have [url=]relished[/url] the [url=]promises[/url] of "heavy" [url=]investment[/url]
in new [url=]players[/url].

Many fans would also like to see the back of Bruce, who despite hailing from the region and managing to keep the club
in the top flight, has been unpopular with [url=]supporters[/url].


[url=]Media reports[/url] and bookmakers are already speculating on his
successor, but after a [url=]meeting[/url] with
the new board, Bruce remains in his position.

Sunday's gambe an [url=]awkward occasion[/url] for [url=]Bruce --[/url] if he remains in charge of the team which is next to bottom of the [url=]Premier League[/url].


[url=]Newcastle's goal[/url] is to break into the
elite of English football, a [url=]status Tottenham[/url]
have enjoyed in recent [url=]seasons[/url] but are [url=]struggling[/url] to maintain.

Spurs appeared to be cementing themselves in the top echelon after four straight seasons of top four finishes, [url=]including[/url] in 2019 when they
the [url=]Champions League[/url] final.

But the past two [url=]seasons[/url] have seen the club end
sixth and then [url=]seventh[/url] and a
start[/url] under new manager Nuno [url=]Espirito[/url] Santo has left Spurs in eighth place going into [url=]Sunday's game[/url].


[url=]Chelsea[/url] Brentford, who have [url=]impressed[/url] with wins over
and [url=]West
Ham[/url] United and a draw with [url=]Liverpool[/url].

[url=]Manchester United[/url] begin a series of tricky games,
after the [url=]disappointment[/url] of a defeat to
Aston Villa and a draw wi[url=][img][/img][/url]

Liverpool kick off the weekend at [url=]Watford[/url] on Saturday lunchtime while Manchester City will expect three points at home to winless Burnley.

(Reporting by Simon Evans Editing by Toby Davis )

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