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Bruce's 'relief' at staying in dream job at Newcastle

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“Is it the dream job?

GIVEN the regularity of managers losing their jobs in English football and the challenging circumstances in which he took over at Newcastle United in the summer, Steve Bruce is relieved to have reached another international break still in charge at St James’ Park.

But, generally speaking, Bruce has not made a bad start at Newcastle and last weekend’s victory at West Ham United lifted them four points clear of the relegation zone and continued a decent run of one defeat from their last four.

The first few months of his tenure at Newcastle have arrived with plenty of problems too, given how the former Sheffield Wednesday boss has had to deal with criticism of his tactics and knowledge of the game at times - even though supporters have tended to sway from getting on his back publicly.

Corbridge-born Bruce has admitted that he is in his “dream” post as head coach on Tyneside, highlighting why he agreed to work under the club’s vilified owner Mike Ashley when many Geordies claim they would have run a mile.

I never quite got there as a player - I would have loved to have done that - and it nearly happened but it didn't quite happen.

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