High praise for Newcastle Ace “Winning the League and Champions League is not a dream”
The old teacher who coached Newcastle United ace Bruno Guimaraes highly praised his student.
Bruno, who left Olympique Lyonnais through the winter transfer market last season and wore a Newcastle uniform, quickly became the midfield ace. He scored 5 goals and 1 assist in 17 league games despite only playing the second half.
This season, he has been very active, scoring 3 goals and 3 assists in 17 league matches, 6 League Cup matches and 1 goal in 1 FA Cup match.
Thanks to Brunu’s performance, Newcastle’s grades also rose vertically. Although it stayed in the relegation zone until the first half of last season, it finished in 11th place in the final ranking, and this season it recorded only 1 loss and is in 3rd place (10 wins, 9 draws, 1 loss, 39 points).
If this momentum continues until the end of the season, Newcastle can secure a ticket to the UEFA Champions League next season. 슬롯사이트
Coach Tiago Nunes, who coached Bruno at Atlético Paranaense in Brazil in the past, praised the former pupil who is at the center of the rising trend.
According to England’s The Athletic, Nunes said: “Bruno has been given the opportunity to do something nobody else has done at Newcastle”.
“Teams like Arsenal, Manchester United or Real Madrid or Barcelona are already big clubs,” he said. “Whatever you do there, someone has already done the same thing. But Newcastle is different.”
“Brunu will soon be dreaming of winning the Premier League and even the Champions League at Newcastle.” did.
“To see him win an Olympic gold medal, represent his country at the World Cup, leave Lyon and play for Newcastle makes me very proud,” he added.
Bruno took the opportunity to lift his first trophy at Newcastle. Currently, Newcastle is ahead of the 2022/23 League Cup final against Manchester United on the 26th (Korean time).
Regarding this, Nunes said, “Bruno is no longer one of the players I taught, we are friends. He is always in my heart,” and said, “A player who can create a legacy at Newcastle.”