Breaking News: Newcastle United players criticised their management.

After Newcastle United lost to West Ham, Eddie Howe informed his players that their performance level was unacceptable.

Eddie Howe showed his tough side during halftime of Newcastle United’s 2-2 draw with West Ham last weekend, according to amaal Lascelles.

Newcastle was behind 1-0 at the half and had failed to register a single effort on goal at the London Stadium, according to Lascelles, who stated that the welcoming face that supporters typically see in front of the cameras was not visible. In a perceptive interview, Lascelles also discussed with the audience the behind-the-scenes conflicts between Howe and his assistant, Jason Tindall.

Acelles said that his own performance during the game against West Ham wasn’t up to par, and Howe had to remind players during halftime of their expected performance.

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“A lot of people probably think he is really nice,” Lascelles said to Chronicle Live. He is feared, nevertheless. He can be friendly, engage in conversation, and put his arm around you, in my opinion.

“However, regardless of who you are, you will be informed if he needs to notify someone. I find his management style to be flawless.He respects the players unconditionally.”

And the veteran centre back acknowledged that when Newcastle tried to put a West Ham club that had only played a Europa League match in Freiburg 48 hours earlier to the test, Howe’s cruel side was revealed during the halftime break. Alexander Isak’s double put United on the verge of victory after they had fallen behind by a goal.

According to Lascelles, “We probably would have taken a point at halftime. I had a poor start, and the first half wasn’t very good either. To go ahead 2-1 demonstrates the team’s outstanding character. At halftime, the gaffer gave us a much-needed kick up the backside.

“After the interval, we were on fire. We possessed possession, control, and opportunities. In football, there are little margins that can cost you, as it did for us on Sunday.

Under Howe’s leadership, Newcastle has advanced to the Champions League. But the relationship between the former manager of Bournemouth and Jason Tindall has become a football talking topic as they have returned Newcastle to the top division.

Lascelles responded, “They both have a bit of both, they can mix it up,” when asked who makes a good officer and who makes a poor cop. JT appears to be the bad cop to the naked eye.

Yet, they are both capable of laughing or putting an arm around you. Alternatively, they can both dig in and roll up their sleeves. Together, they work. Overall, we’re doing well; we simply want to take a break.”

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