Eddie Howe says he is ‘truly sad’ for Newcastle’s 28-year-old player following …

Newcastle United are the walking wounded after losing to Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League.

While Newcastle’s 1-0 loss to the German team ended their chances of progressing to the knockout stages of the Champions League, it might also prove to be a key night for the Magpies competing in other competitions.

This is due to Eddie Howe’s injury to a couple of players.

Alexander Isak was taken off with a groin injury in the 15th minute, which was a devastating blow so

It’s early in the game.

Eddie Howe is devastated by Jacob Murphy’s injury.

Howe addressed to the reporters after the 1-0 loss. During his news conference, he was asked how much of a blow losing Murphy to injury is.

Absolutely devastated for him, he said.

Let’s see how awful things are. But he’s been a huge contributor for us, playing in a variety of roles. We shall undoubtedly miss him if he is absent.

Newcastle’s squad takes a battering in the Champions League

It looked like a bad injury for Murphy, so it might be a while before we see him play in a black and

Again, a white shirt.

That’s a shame, but it also means Eddie Howe is immediately limited in his options.

He already has Harvey Barnes sidelined until 2024, and now Murphy is going to join him.

As a result, Newcastle will only have Anthony Gordon and Miguel Almiron as true wingers, limiting Howe’s flexibility to rotate his squad.

At the very least, the Magpies have some options. Joelinton is capable of playing out wide, as is Elliot Anderson, who is also sidelined with a back injury.

Newcastle’s roster is taking a beating, and it’s no surprise that Howe is devastated by what happened to Murphy.

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