May 25, 2024

Eddie Howe, Newcastle United’s manager, is determined to ensure that his team recovers fast following their defeat to Palace.
Newcastle United manager Eddie Howe has urged his team to “learn lessons” from their 2-0 defeat to Crystal Palace on Wednesday night.

Howe told his players unequivocally that the defeat at Selhurst Park was unacceptable. The Newcastle manager will now try to bounce back from the defeat against Sheffield United.

Speaking before of the game with the Blades, Howe stated: “We must learn and absorb all of the lessons from Wednesday. Every game is quite difficult. It is up to us to approach the game with the right mindset and allow our athletes to express themselves appropriately.

“We need to end the season strongly. These are big games for us; we are well aware of their significance. We have some difficult games to play, but we are looking forward to the final five.”


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Newcastle’s defeat in the capital came at a high cost, as they dropped from sixth to seventh place following Manchester United’s victory over Sheffield United. After continuing with a five-man defence backfired, Howe admitted to himself that he had made mistakes.

Howe stated, “We were disappointed, and we acknowledge and accept responsibility for it. We lacked the robust traits that we require, which has been too often the case away from home. “We need to do better.”

With the injury issue still wrecking havoc on Tyneside, Howe is poised to choose the same side team that played at Palace on Wednesday. However, the Newcastle manager did provide an update on important players who are now ruled out, with Joelinton, Kieran Trippier, Nick Pope, and Miguel Almiron all on track.

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