Watch .. a fan enters the stadium and assaults the Newcastle United coach

Newcastle coach Eddie Howe said that the assault he was subjected to by a Leeds fan during the two teams' match that ended in a 2-2 draw today, Saturday, in the English Premier League, should serve as a wake-up call for those responsible for the safety of players and coaches.

And the British news agency BA Media reported that an angry fan of the home team, who Leeds later stated was arrested and banned from entering the stadium for life, managed to get out of the stands and go down to the technical area to confront Howe before he was quickly removed.

Howe said that he was fine after that incident, which came in the calculated time instead of lost to the match, and demanded that safety be provided to those present in the matches.

He added, "I really can't remember if he pushed me or not, I have no idea, it was strange because you are focused on the match and you don't expect that to happen."

"He turned to me and said something I couldn't repeat, and then he was removed," Howe said.

He concluded by saying, "I am fine. In moments like that, you think about the safety of the technical staff and the players in general. For me, in any match in the English Premier League or the first division, we must be vigilant, as the matter is very important."

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