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Guimaraes – Disappointed With This Season – But Happy And So Grateful At Newcastle

Bruno Guimaraes is very ambitious, and he is at the right club at the moment, with the Newcastle owners wanting Newcastle United to become one of the best and most liked clubs in world football – as quickly as possible. while abiding by the FFP rules (PSR)

That’s a short but effective way of stating Newcastle’s ambitions since becoming majority-owned by the Saudi Arabia PIF.

Guimaraes signed a new long-term contract at Newcastle earlier this season, which lasts through 2028, and it includes a release clause of £100M, so if a club bids that release clause amount, they can talk to the player about personal terms.

The 26-year-old midfielder is crucial to Newcastle’s creativity in the middle of the park.

Guimaraes is still improving under Eddie Howe and he is currently preparing with the Brazil squad, for the game at Wembley between England and Brazil tomorrow night, where hopefully Newcastle’s Anthony Gordon will get his first cap for the full England side.

We have had a difficult and rather disappointing season so far, although we were unlucky to exit the Carabao Cup and the Champions League by conceding late goals at Chelsea and PSG respectively.

And we have had far too many injuries, which must be looked at this summer before next season starts.

Here is an interview Guimaraes has given at the Brazilian training camp:

“This season we have been struggling,” “I think we’ve had many problems with injuries and suspensions but this is part of the process.”

“When I signed for the club I knew that this would happen.”

“Things have happened too quickly. During my two years at the club, we reached a final, unfortunately, we didn’t win but we got there after 20 years which was massive for the club.”

“I don’t know. I am not involved in that (when asked pontedly about Newcastle selling top players to strengthen other positions in the side).

“We never know what is going to happen but I’m happy at the club.”

“Of course, I’m disappointed about our season but I think we still have a chance to finish at least seventh, Europa League or Conference League.”

“But about the club staff, I cannot speak too much. I don’t know what is going to happen in the future but what I can say is I am so grateful for Newcastle.”

That’s a good interview from Guimaraes with the Brazilian as positive as he can be.

But if the higher-up executives at Newcastle think it is the best thing to do this summer to sell him and use the £100M to strengthen other positions at the club, he will be sold.

That’s the brutal truth – and we hope it doesn’t happen.

What do you think?

165 comments so far

  • magscar

    Mar 23, 2024 at 10:45 AM

    Comment #161


    I’m subscribed to Eddie’s channel ‘- those stadium videos are great watch

    A non-hysterical grounded youtuber

    His lass is a laugh as well 🙂

  • magicmac54

    Mar 23, 2024 at 11:00 AM

    Comment #162

    NUFC Matters featuring Ben Jacobs, kicking off at 11am folks.



  • magicmac54

    Mar 23, 2024 at 11:15 AM

    Comment #163


    Morning mate, i`m also subscribed to Eddie`s channel, love watching all his vidieos, he is a terrific lad, and has come a long way in life, despite all the setbacks in life with Autism and depression, as my son has Autism i guess it makes me take even more interest in Eddy Hope, and how he adjusts to the big bad world marra.

  • lesh

    Mar 23, 2024 at 12:29 PM

    Comment #164

    John J

    Better still, Newcastle Bruno


  • lesh

    Mar 23, 2024 at 12:30 PM

    Comment #165


    I hope you enjoyed the bands whose names have escaped you. It must’ve been a helluva Americana weekend.


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