Ryan Fraser has acknowledged that the best way issues ended with Eddie Howe at Newcastle United was “unhappy.”
Regardless of being banished to coach with Newcastle’s under-21s final 12 months attributable to a scarcity of first-team involvement, Fraser has expressed a dedication to cherishing the years he spent with Howe at Newcastle United.
Fraser’s transient cameo in opposition to Everton seems to be his closing outing at St James’ Park. The winger has since joined Southampton on a season-long mortgage, and regardless of having one other 18 months left on his contract with Newcastle, Fraser feels that his time on Tyneside has come to an finish.
Regardless of the fallout that led to his departure from Newcastle, Ryan Fraser has not allowed the scenario to bitter the recollections of the time he spent with Eddie Howe. Howe introduced the Scottish winger to Bournemouth in 2013, and collectively, they performed pivotal roles in taking the Cherries from League One to the Premier League.
Fraser defined to Southampton’s YouTube: “We’re in all probability not on the very best of phrases, however I don’t remorse something we’ve got accomplished collectively. He was unbelievable with me. I did properly for him. I discovered as a participant from him. It’s unhappy the way it ended however, on the identical time, it’s ended now and I’ll at all times cherish the years that we had.”
It seems as if Fraser has resigned himself into considering his Newcastle profession is over, which might be the wholesome factor to take action he can commit totally to the trigger at Southampton. And if he continues to impression the Saints they’d probably be the workforce to purchase the winger from the Magpies in the summertime.