Where Newcastle United sit in the Premier League table - based only on Eddie Howe’s tenure. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)Where Newcastle United sit in the Premier League table - based only on Eddie Howe’s tenure. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)
Where Newcastle United sit in the Premier League table - based only on Eddie Howe’s tenure. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images) | Getty Images

Where Newcastle United sit in PL table based only on Eddie Howe tenure vs Arsenal, Liverpool & Aston Villa

The 2-0 defeat to Liverpool at St James’ Park last time out marked Eddie Howe’s 50th Premier League game in charge of Newcastle United.

Since becoming head coach in November 2021, Howe has exceeded expectations by quickly taking the club from relegation candidates to European contenders. United’s form in 2022 was incredible, with only Manchester City, Liverpool and Arsenal collecting more points.

Although there have been far more draws than wins since the turn of the year - plus the distraction of a first final in 24 years - the Magpies sit fifth in the top-flight table, having lost just twice during the 2022-23 league season - both against Liverpool.

To show just how big of an impact Howe has had since arriving on Tyneside, NewcastleWorld takes a look at how the Premier League would shape up if it started on the day the 45-year-old was appointed - to now.

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