The new members of the consortium spoke to staff in one of United’s executive suites with club personalities present among media staff, Foundation employees and even hiring manager Steve Nickson.
Financier Ripon has also had brief talks with skipper Jamaal Lascelles and head coach Steve Bruce, but no decision has yet been made on the managerial position.
United’s new directors posed for their photo in front of the pitch and met supporters outside the Milburn booth in St James’ Park.
Upon arriving on the ground, Staveley said: “Our first time here – I got goose bumps.
“I was celebrating a bit last night – we had a drink. “
Newcastle are now entering a big week of preparations ahead of the home clash with Tottenham Hotspur, a game which is now sold out.
The Magpies sit second down the table and the position was described as a concern by the new owners on Thursday night.
Asked about the managerial situation, Staveley said earlier: ‘Look, we understand this is incredibly important, but right now we have to come in and talk to the squad, what the club needs now and where we are. want to go.
“We will get back to you with all of these answers in the allotted time. “
An appointment seems to have already been made with former Rangers and Liverpool recruiting specialist Frank McParland.
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