Former Army Chief Raheel Sharif appointed as Newcastle United Football Club manager

Newcastle United has appointed Gen Raheel Sharif, the current commander-in-chief of the Islamic Military Counter Terror Coalition (IMCTC) and former chief of the Pakistan army staff, as their new manager. The announcement came moments after the Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund took over the football club.

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Following an announcement of the takeover by Saudi Arabia, several names were considered to replace Bruce, including Eddie Howe, Chris Wilder, and Roberto Martinez. Some have suggested that Antonio Conte or Zinedine Zidane may take on the managerial role at Newcastle.

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Source: The Dependent