Toon boss Steve Bruce will be taking questions from fans tonight as he appears on BBC Newcastle.

Last night it was Joe Willock, who made an appearance on Total Sport just days after his return to the club.

He spoke about his move from Arsenal, as well as the vile racist abuse he receives regularly.


Willock and Bruce aren’t the only Magpies to appear on BBC Newcastle.

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Allan Saint-Maximin went on shortly after his arrival and swore live on air. Meanwhile, Jamaal Lascelles has also been on, and fielded a question about Fortnite from teammate Jonjo Shelvey.

But there will surely be more pressing questions aimed at Bruce tonight, who could be in for a rough evening.

He’s had a tough tenure as Toon boss, with most of his time as manager spent behind closed doors. Supporters weren’t able to voice their frustrations last season, as Newcastle eventually limped towards survival.

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What should Steve Bruce be asked on BBC Newcastle tonight?

  1. What did you make of Callum Wilson’s comments about Graeme Jones being more tactically aware?
  2. Why do you persist with a formation that uses so many players out of position?
  3. Do the Longstaff brothers have a future at the club?
  4. How do you feel you are perceived by Newcastle fans?
  5. Do you believe you can win over Newcastle United fans?
  6. Why have we suffered so many injuries since you became manager?
  7. You’ve been manager for two years now, but keep talking about things not changing over night. So when will things change?
  8. Did the takeover noise in the background impact your job as manager?
  9. Do you think you are sufficiently backed by Mike Ashley?
  10. What do you want to achieve as Newcastle United manager?
  11. How really is the bacon?
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