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Newcastle United owners have club on the rise – 7 key appointments

1 month ago
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In nine short months, the Newcastle United owners have made seven permanent signings.

Some £160m+ committed to players who strengthen the team and squad.

Bruno Guimaraes, Chris Wood, Dan Burn, Matt Targett, Kieran Trippier, Nick Pope and Sven Botman all recruited at St James’ Park.

However, there have been seven other arguably even more important signings…

Newcastle United owners – Key appointments

7 October 2021

Amanda Staveley appointed as a Director.

7 October 2021

Jamie Reuben appointed as a Director.

8 November 2021

Eddie Howe appointed as new Head Coach.

2 December 2021

Yasir Al-Rumayyan appointed as a Director.

12 May 2022

Majed Al Sorour appointed as a Director.

30 May 2022

Club announce agreement reached with Brighton on compensation for Dan Ashworth, who can now start work as NUFC Sporting Director.

15 July 2022

Announced Darren Eales is going to be the new Newcastle United CEO.

These seven appointments (so far) are laying down building blocks, one after the other. Appointments that are making Newcastle United stronger and stronger, building for both the here and now…and most importantly, the future.

Amazing progress as the club is now being run on a proper basis.

Let us also not forget the important Newcastle United departures…

7 October 2021

Mike Ashley sells the club and leaves.

7 October 2021

Lee Charnley no longer a Director.

20 October 2021

Steve Bruce sacked as NUFC Head Coach.

19 November 2021

Lee Charnley leaves the club.

Those should also be celebrated, people who should never have been involved with Newcastle United.

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