New footage shows Steve Bruce’s childish response to Lee Ryder & pundits exposed by agent revelation

After a weekend that featured a bad result, a joyless performance and more unbelievable comments, you wouldn’t think it could get any worse for Steve Bruce.

Sadly, you’d be wrong!

Sorry if the Bruce-bashing offends you, but unless I follow the wrong people on Social Media I don’t appear to be in the minority and even the minority appears to be turning.

Since Brentford even the local journalists who have done their best not to disrupt things or put the Club down have started to change tact. One of those is Lee Ryder, who got a pathetic response from the NUFC boss when asking a very fair question following Saturday night’s defeat at Man City.

Footage of this press conference hadn’t been shared up until now, but this clip was leaked on social media and it doesn’t paint Steve Bruce in a very good light whatsoever:

Watching his face and performance when faced with questioning was painful and brutal. He looked like a defeated man ready to throw the towel in and someone that hardly looks as if he can lift himself never mind his team.

His greeting to Mr.Ryder with a curt “Lee” and his reply to the tough question was “yep.” Very churlish, almost childish, and once again taking none of the blame.

Elsewhere, we also have the magnificent reveal of who is Steve Bruce’s agent and surprise, surprise who he shares him with. His name is Sharron Elkabas and his clients include Chris Sutton, Robbie Savage and Carlton Cole to name but three who have been supportive of Mr Bruce.

And now there’s Ally McCoist who despite having played for Rangers and Sunderland is some one I have always liked. He’s just come out in support of his “friend” Steve Bruce. Guess who his agent is? Honestly, you couldn’t make this up could you!

So, how much credence can we give to “pundits” who seem to be protecting their agent as much as their friend and client. Nepotism at its finest it seems to me.

Then add in the post-match interview with Bruce after the Man. City game. Watching his face and performance when faced with questioning was painful and brutal. He looked like a defeated man ready to throw the towel in and someone that hardly looks as if he can lift himself never mind his team.

There was one particular moment when Lee Ryder asked a question. He greeted him with a curt “Lee” and his reply to the tough question was “yep.” Very churlish, almost childish, and once again taking none of the blame.

The Club official sitting next to him quickly moved the conversation on and Bruce’s tragic face never changed. Perhaps the Manager is getting tired of all the criticism and is ready to crack.

We can only hope so as he faces an impossible task and one, he looks incapable of solving.

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5 thoughts on “New footage shows Steve Bruce’s childish response to Lee Ryder & pundits exposed by agent revelation

  1. I have the same bank as Jeremy Corbyn but that doesn’t make us friends or colleagues.
    Problem we all have is with this club matching our requirement to represent the City in the right way, with commitment, passion and work ethic. This comes from the players first, then the Manager and Owner, none of whom are anywhere near the required standard of us the fans.

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  2. How ridiculous can you get?

    So every pundit, player and manager who has ever come out in support of Bruce has the same agent? You’ve obviously read other readers comments claiming exactly the same thing and decided it was onto the band wagon time.

    What absolute 80II0cks.

    As for “the local journalists who have done their best not to disrupt things or put the Club down” what are you talking about? The local press have been slagging off Bruce for months.

    I think you should organise a boycott, telling fans not to turn up for the home games! Then you could at least claim some degree of success.

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  3. “His greeting to Mr.Ryder with a curt “Lee” and his reply to the tough question was “yep.” Very churlish, almost childish, and once again taking none of the blame.”
    It wasn’t churlish and it was in no way childish.

    He was asked a question, and he answered it truthfully.

    And why on earth would you expect Bruce to take the blame answering that question? The question had nothing to do with taking blame.
    You lot are really clutching at straws.

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  4. Seeing as most of these pundits are employed to some degree by the BBC, can an accusation of lack of impartiality be put through OFCOM?

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