STEVE BRUCE has been spotted cheering on the England cricket team once again as he enjoys an extended break in Dubai.
England were taking on New Zealand in the semi-final of the T20 World Cup.
And Bruce, 60, has offered his support to the team throughout the campaign.
He attended the thumping of Australia with son Alex earlier in the campaign, courtesy of tickets given to them by Jonny Bairstow.
Bruce has been unwinding since his 27-month spell at Newcastle came to an end in October.
He was in charge for just one match under the new Saudi owners – the 3-2 home defeat to Tottenham.
And the Toon have been busy searching for his replacement, finally settling on Eddie Howe this week.
The new boss has looked to stamp his mark on the club immediately.
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He turned up for his first training session at 6:55am on Tuesday even though he has almost two weeks until his first match.
On Tuesday night he generously stopped his minivan while entering the training ground to meet fans who had waited 12 hours for his arrival.
And on Wednesday Howe made his first appearance at St James' Park since becoming manager.
He has reportedly made it clear he wants to make Aaron Ramsey his first signing too, with a number of players being linked with a move to the north-east.
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