Newcastle United manager Steve Bruce has opened up on the admiration he has for Carlo Ancelotti. The Everton boss takes his side to St James’ Park on Sunday looking to return winning ways after being beaten for the first time this season by Southampton last weekend. Ancelotti was named as Everton’s new manager back in December of last year, replacing Marco Silva, who was sacked following the Blues’ 5-2 defeat to Liverpool at the start of that month. The 61-year-old has won 20 trophies during his managerial career and is one of only three managers to win the European Cup or UEFA Champions League three times. And Bruce, who saw his side claim 1-1 draw against Wolves last weekend, had nothing but praise for the Blues boss when asked about him this morning. Bruce also provided fitness updates of the Longstaff brothers.
Steve Bruce said “The way he manages, the success he’s had, I’m a huge admirer, He’s got a quiet calmness about him which just shows you there’s different ways to manage. I read his book, which is a good read as well. We have one doubt with the captain. He has a foot injury but we have 48 hours to assess him. Matty has played a game and a half for the U23s and looks like he’s over his injury. Sean has recovered from a bout of tonsillitis.”
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