Steve Bruce admits Newcastle had theirbacksides kicked from Leicester but says playing in front of a complete house against Manchester United on Sunday would be the perfect way to bounce backagain.
The Magpies were thrashed 5-0 in the King Power last weekend, collapsing after Isaac Haydens second-half red card, with the consequence leaving them 19th in the Premier League table.
Newcastle, who appeared a surprise victory at Tottenham earlier in the summer following a display at Norwich, will hope for a different response when Gunnar Solskjaers facet is welcomed by them to St James Park, live on Sky Sports.
Manchester United are also in form having have left their worst start to a Premier League season.
Bruce was at the heart of that United side 30 years back, and thinks itsa superb time to play them.
Whoever were playing, it is about what we do. Especially after a week, he explained.
They might not be the Man United of the past but theyve still got some very good players. Were going to have to be in our best and a whole lot better than we were last week.
I am hoping we show a response to the supporters since we allow everybody down last week.
It is an excellent time to play with them because it will be a full home, live on the TV. If we had to bounce back against anybody, what better method than against them.
Bruce has encouraged his players to showa certain amount of pride about themselves after their heavy defeat at Leicester and is not fazed by the added scrutiny he has faced personally in the previous week.
There ought to be a few words when you get as badly as we did, Bruce said. What we must do is reply and appear to another game to divert it.
Enough has been said on it, were quite disappointed. We had our backsides kicked.
Mud was thrown my way because I walked through the door, that is not going to alter. The one thing that could change it is results.
Im determined, if I possibly could, to flip it around and take the club forward. Since I came that has been my remit.
I am a springy so and so. You would not be human if it did not affect you but you try to get on with the job as you can.
These days you do not get the time that you want to have, you have to get results immediately.
The flack always stops at the top of the tree but that is the way the task is.
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