‘Howe’ pointed out that it was longer than Newcastle became a top team.

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Eddie Howe has told Newcastle United they still have a long way to go before becoming a team at the level they want to be.

Breaking out of the relegation zone with a 3-0 win over Everton. 1 on Tuesday night That has resulted in them collecting eight points from their last four games, a huge improvement from just 10 points in their opening 18 games,

a better result plus a £90m add-on in January. This raised their hopes of survival, but Howe still didn’t think this was the time for relief.

When asked how far his project has progressed, Howe replied, “It’s a long way from becoming the team we want to be. But we’re working hard to get there.”

“I don’t think the process will change. I’m not going to sit around and say, ‘That’s it, we can do that.'”

“Football is not like that. You find transformation, change, adaptation, shape and try to improve in different parts of the team.” The win over Everton felt like a turning point for the club. Although that feeling disappears as they return to defeat, Howe says that’s what the players want.

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“When you’re in that moment, When you work hard, work hard, work hard, be professional and get everything right and ready you feel good, in the end you want results to pay off for the hard work you put in.”

Howe will face Stephen Gerr. As Villa manager Rard on Sunday which is a young coach that he respects

“He had everything to become a top manager and achieve what he wanted no matter what.

He did a great job at Rangers, he moved to Villa. And it can create a lot of impact in a short period of time. He’s someone I haven’t met with a team he’s managed before. But looking at what he’s done is really impressive.”