Newcastle’s midfielder Matt Ritchie has actually apologised after a training-ground bust-up with Steve Bruce.
The Daily Mail reported the 31-year-old was associated with an upset exchange with Bruce today over the supervisor’s remarks after Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Wolves. Bruce recommended Ritchie, having actually begun as a replacement, had actually not handed down tactical directions seconds prior to Wolves equalised.
The club has actually not commented however it is comprehended the gamer has actually apologised for what he stated which the matter is thought about closed.
Newcastle are deep in transfer problem with 12 video games staying, having actually won 2 of their previous 15 league matches to slip to within 3 points of the drop zone.
Bruce’s position has actually been brought into ever sharper focus by that run and his group head for 19th-placed West Brom on Sunday with Callum Wilson, Miguel Almirón and Allan Saint-Maximin, who have actually scored 16 of their 27 league objectives, dealing with a number of weeks out hurt.
Ritchie, who was a crucial gamer under Rafael Benítez however has actually slipped down the chain of command considering that Bruce’s arrival, might have a function to play in their lack. The previous Scotland internationa saw a proposed January return to Bournemouth fail.