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Newcastle drama continues as Jon Walters shames Michael Chopra’s verdict on Steve Bruce

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Controversy is never too far away from Newcastle United.

Indeed, as if losing St James’ Park favourite Rafael Benitez wasn’t upsetting enough, Mike Ashley made the unpopular decision to replace him with former Sunderland boss Steve Bruce.

Then, of course, there’s the years of chronic underspending that seem more in line with Ashley’s budget store ventures than the running of a modern, ambitious football club. The list goes on.

Currently sat at the bottom of the Premier League table having netted just once in two games – a late consolation goal against recently promoted Norwich City – the situation is already beginning to look glum for the Magpies, who could have another relegation battle on their hands come the end of the campaign if they continue in a similar vein of form.

And if you thought Newcastle’s problems couldn’t get any worse, unfortunately they have. Former Magpie Michael Chopra recently revealed in a talkSPORT interview that a number of senior players have admitted to him that they “don’t know their jobs” under Bruce…

Clearly under the impression that something afoul was at play, ex-Premier League forward Jonathan Walters had a few choice words for the whistleblower…

Drama alert!

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