Steve Bruce pictured for the first time since his dismissal in Newcastle when his son Alex posts a photo of the former boss enjoying England’s beating against Australia at the T20 World Cup in Dubai.
- Steve Bruce left his post as Newcastle boss by ‘mutual consent’ earlier this month
- The 60-year-old man headed to Dubai for a break with his family, including his son Alex.
- The pair saw England beat eight pitches against Australia in the T20 World Cup.
- The Saudi owners of The Magpies have yet to name a permanent successor to Bruce
Steve Bruce was seen enjoying a vacation in Dubai when he was photographed for the first time since his dismissal from Newcastle earlier this month.
The 60-year-old left the Magpies ‘by mutual consent’ with a total reward of £ 8 million on 20 October following the acquisition of the club for £ 305 million by a Saudi-led consortium.
A long saga about Bruce’s future ended, and soon after revealed that he was able to quit soccer after suffering vile abuse from fans.
Steve Bruce (right) was seen for the first time since his dismissal in Newcastle watching England beat Australia at the T20 World Cup in Dubai with his son Alex (left).
The 60-year-old (right) was also seen enjoying time on a boat with his family during his break in the United Arab Emirates.
Bruce, however, has tried to relieve him of the stress he faced, particularly at the end of his tenure at St James’ Park, and made his way to Dubai with his family.
His son Alex, who plays for Macclesfield of the Fifth Step National League, took a picture of him and his smiling father enjoying England’s beating against Australia in the T20 World Cup in the UAE city, and the first claimed that the innings had come courtesy of wicketkeeper batter Bairstow.
Alex’s caption read: ‘What a great day, daddy and boy day. Well done England and thanks for the tickets Jonny Bairstow.
The duo saw Eoin Morgan’s men take three wins out of three in the World Cup, and Jos Buttler’s 71 failed to ensure they came home with 50 balls to spare.
These are the first photographs of the former Newcastle boss (center) since he left by mutual agreement
Steve Bruce is pictured from left to right with his son Alex, daughter-in-law Lucy, his wife Janet, and daughter Amy, along with Alex’s two daughters Ava and Betsy.
“He’s certainly one of our players, and there are some of them, who are at the forefront of the game changer,” England captain Morgan said of Buttler. “He is one of the best players in the world, but he is still trying to improve his game.”
However, the Macclesfield defender posted a number of other photos from his time in the UAE, including Steve and his family enjoying time on a boat in glorious sunshine.
The family, including Alex’s wife Lucy, their children Ava and Besty, and Steve’s wife Janet all dressed up for an evening together.
In northeast England, however, Newcastle have yet to appoint a permanent successor to Bruce, and Graeme Jones took over temporarily for the first time in a 3-0 loss to Chelsea on Saturday.
Bruce saw that Jos Buttler’s spectacular 71 was not out, as England scored three wins out of three
Graeme Jones (R) has temporarily taken over Newcastle as they seek Bruce’s permanent replacement.
Former AC Milan and Napoli coach Gennaro Gattuso is the latest name to be linked to the vacancy, following players like Ajax manager Erik ten Hag, his Rangers counterpart Steven Gerrard and former Blues boss. , Frank Lampard.
But acting boss Jones urged the new Saudi owners to name a new face shortly after seeing his team extend their winless streak to 10 games at St James’ Park.
‘We are in a battle for relegation. There’s no question about that, ” Jones said after the loss of Thomas Tuchel’s men.
We have to face it as men, stick together and believe that we will overcome it. The truth is, I may need a new face to achieve that. ‘
Saudi ownership saw their team extend their winless streak to 10 games on Saturday