The 27-year-old Moroccan is now keen to see Bruce have the same effect on his Newcastle career, having been shunned to train with the academy for the past two pre-seasons before Rafa Benitez was allowed to leave when his contract expired last month.
"There have been a couple of things written", said the former Aston Villa boss.
"I had to grasp it, I knew it was going to be hard". That won't happen. I am in charge of transfers.
"I'm happy he signed for the club".
"For all the family I've still got in the North East, I'm sure they will be as proud as punch".
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Club great Shearer, Bruce's friend, was vocal in advising the new man against moving to St James' Park, but ex-Manchester United team-mate Beckham was more positive. I will have control of who we bring in. "In the second, we made some important defensive mistakes but that is usual at this stage of the season", Pellegrini said.
A reported 12,000 season tickets have been left unsold and the appointment of Bruce as Benitez's successor was met with derision by many.
The departure of the hugely popular Benitez, a Champions League victor with Liverpool, to Chinese club Dalian Yifang, has prompted swathes of Newcastle fans to call for a boycott of the first game of the season against Arsenal at St James' Park in protest at Mike Ashley's continued ownership. "I understand there are big shoes to fill, but I'll give it everything I possibly can".
No matter how hard, no matter how much s*** I'm going to have to deal with, I had to have a crack at it. The easy thing would have been to say no. "I just hope that people show the respect which obviously you only gain by getting a few results and doing the job but hopefully that'll go hand in hand".
"I accept I am not everyone's cup of tea, but judge me over a period of time".
"I want to get back on the pitch as soon as I can". "I regretted it and it lingered around me for years, when Sir Bobby left. But I've got skin as think as an elephant".