Manchester United and Liverpool are worried about Newcastle, according to former England defender Jamie Carragher. Carragher has chosen Magpies boss Eddie Howe as his manager of the calendar year after the 45-year-old took his side from the Premier League relegation zone to the top four in less than 12 months
Howe has started like a coach in it for the long haul, determined to be the one to deliver the success rather than laying the foundations for a successor,” Carragher wrote in The Telegraph. “He is so far ahead of schedule that members of the traditional ‘big six’ are worried.
At the start of each season, two clubs out of Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal know they will miss out on the Champions League. Because of Newcastle, that will soon turn to three of them having to adjust to the Europa League.”
Newcastle have lost just one match this season and have recorded victories over the likes of Tottenham and Chelsea, as well as securing draws against Manchester City and Manchester United. But Carragher thinks the north east giants aren’t yet ready to compete for the Premier League title.
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