Angry Bruno Guimaraes lashed out at Newcastle fans in a now-deleted tweet with “brief silly memories”.

ANGRY Bruno Guimaraes lashed out at moaning Newcastle fans with “brief, silly memories”.

Some Toon fans were quick to criticize their players on social media after Saturday’s 1-0 defeat at Manchester City.

The Newcastle stars have been criticized after their 1-0 defeat by Man City


The Newcastle stars have been criticized after their 1-0 defeat by Man CityPhoto credit: Getty
But Bruno Guimaraes fought back


But Bruno Guimaraes fought backCredit: Alamy

NUFC360, a popular fan account with nearly 134,000 followers, tweeted, “Is it too early in the season to blame individual players?

“Was there an overreaction to the loss to Man City?”

Brazil midfielder Bruno, 25, starred in the post alongside Joelinton, Dan Burn and Miguel Almiron – none of whom showed their best at the Etihad.

Guimaraes joined Newcastle from Lyon in January 2022 as the Magpies battled relegation but admitted in July there were “doubts” about signing a new contract.

And he replied: “Are you serious?” We’re in the Champions League and we lost to what is perhaps one of the best teams in the world.

“We lost a game!

“Support at the best moment is easy. Short silly memories you all have.

“Look what we’ve done for the team in those year and a half.”


Bruno deleted his tweet and NUFC360 backtracked, replying: “We’re with you Bruno, this post was an attempt to focus on the madness of those trying to find players to blame after two games. “

“I’m sorry if that hasn’t been expressed on this matter.”


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