This is latest Newcastle United News around the globe with Keiran Trippier release verdict on Newcastle future as he made claims of over five years for the Magpies to get fully at all front.
Newcastle United is a long way behind Man City, and Trippier believes the hard work must begin immediately.
Newcastle United might take a half-decade to catch up to Manchester City in the Premier League, according to Kieran Trippier.
Pep Guardiola’s team thrashed the Magpies 5-0 at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday, and they now face a difficult match against Champions League-chasing Arsenal.
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Comparisons between the two teams, which have both been taken over by Middle Eastern investors, are premature, according to England’s Trippier.
When asked if a quick game of catch-up would ever be possible, Trippier told Chronicle Live, “No, certainly not.” I was at Man City at the time of their takeover and had to leave to get football minutes.
“You can see how Man City did it, and now everyone is looking at Newcastle. It won’t happen overnight, as I said when I first got here; it may take five or six years, and everyone must be patient, but they are taking the proper steps, and that’s all you can do; you can’t go all guns blazing.
To move a club ahead, you must take the appropriate measures, which Newcastle is doing.”
United have moved on from their big defeat at Man City and are now prepared to play Arsenal at St James’ Park in their last home game of the season. Arsenal has a big week ahead of them with two defining matches.
Before traveling to the North-East, they play Tottenham in a North London derby away from home.
Arsenal has won Champions League football on Tyneside before, but Trippier is determined to prevent it from happening again.
“It’s a huge event, the last home game of the season,” the former Atletico Madrid player added. Since I’ve been here, the fans have been incredible.
“Arsenal is competing for a place in the top four, and I want to assist Tottenham and Burnley stay up.” It’ll be two different styles of matchups, and they’ll be up for it, so we’ll have to match that.”
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