With Steve Bruce under increasing pressure as Newcastle United manager, sections of supporters have dreamed of getting a new man in the dugout.

One of those is Eddie Howe, who is currently out of work after leaving his post in charge of Bournemouth in the summer.

Howe spent more than 10 years as Cherries boss across two spells, with a stint in charge of Burnley sandwiched in between.

The 42-year-old had established himself as one of the most sought after coaches while on the south coast, but his next challenge is yet to surface.

While there are no clear signs that Bruce will be on his way out of St James’ Park, there will certainly be those would would like to see Howe in the dugout.

Howe gave an insight into his career and management style during a revealing interview with The Coaches' Voice.

He had to manage in the face of major financial struggles in his early days with Bournemouth - something that shaped his approach in the future.#

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"By the time I was given the manager’s job on a caretaker basis in 2009, things were really bad," he recalled. "I’d seen the club struggle financially before, so it wasn’t unique.

"Within six months, I’d tasted everything that management can throw at you.

"There always seemed to be obstacles getting chucked in our way. The following season we had to work through a transfer embargo, although that was a turning point for me because I learned that I had to get the best out of what I had.

"Again, that was a brilliant thing so early in my career – getting the best out of the resources you have is the challenge that we all face.

"Our success came in creating an environment where the players felt they were fighting for an objective and a goal. When we were staying up, we had a point to prove; we were fighting against the authorities, and the football world, and the unfairness of our situation.

"Even if the next season the anger went, the spirit remained, and in promotion we were fighting for something positive. The basis of what we do today was formed in that second year."

"You can moan about your transfer budget or the facilities you have but you can still find a way to get around those things if you’re smart with what you do," he added.

"That built my mindset of being the first person on the training pitch every day, and the last person to leave it.

"Working with the players on a one-to-one basis, really getting to know them, trying to understand them and their weaknesses, and attempting to improve them – that approach has never changed."

"I’ve always believed I can achieve all of my ambitions at Bournemouth," said Howe, before his recent departure.

"Whether the reality proves different, and what the future holds, I don’t know. But I’ve never believed in limitations and people telling you that you can’t do things.

“If we’d done that at the start, we probably wouldn’t have gotten out of League One."