April 23, 2024

Newcastle United’s players don’t have time to feel sorry for themselves following their defeat to Chelsea.

Eddie Howe’s team was immensely disappointing at Stamford Bridge, and the Newcastle manager also made tactical errors. It culminated in a 3-2 defeat, dropping the Magpies to 10th place in the Premier League.

Newcastle have developed a gentle touch, which was evident against Chelsea. The first goal was really sloppy, setting the tone for a disappointing night in the capital.

It was a rough night on the road, and Newcastle faces an even more difficult challenge ahead. The Magpies’ next FA Cup encounter is away to Manchester City, where a spot in the semi-finals is at stake.

Eddie Howe’s side will go into the game as underdogs, and the cup tie will be considerably more difficult following what transpired at Stamford Bridge. However, the players have already taken action, reflecting on what went wrong against Chelsea.

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According to the Chronicle, Newcastle players held a’mini inquest’ following their 3-2 loss to Chelsea after returning to training on Tuesday.

According to the Chronicle, some members of the squad acknowledged that all three of Chelsea’s goals were avoidable, and that the defensive errors they made could be corrected in time to face Manchester City on Saturday.

That will be easier said than done, since Manchester City has far more quality than Chelsea. They have the talent to cut us open, whereas Chelsea’s three goals were the result of individual errors.

Similar sloppy play will be punished once more at the Etihad Stadium, on a night that will determine Newcastle’s season.

The FA Cup is extremely important for the Magpies, and they have been assigned the most challenging fixture available. Not only that, but it occurs shortly following a concerning performance.

However, the Newcastle players attended a meeting to assess their performance, and they will soon have the opportunity to correct their shortcomings.

 

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