Steven Taylor has talked today to the BBC and has no doubt at all, that Newcastle will continue to be a top quality side.
Steven Taylor – Newcastle are top quality side
He told BBC Radio Newcastle today from the England Under-21 training camp at Southampton today:
“If we stick together we can get ourselves out of it, we’ve been in a worse position.â€
“We’re a top quality side anyway and there’s no reason why we can’t go and beat these top sides.”
Newcastle were a little unlucky not to have taken all 3 points fairly comfortably on Sunday but Lady Luck was not with us. A disallowed Michael Owen goal after just 5 minutes was key, but Steven Taylor rightly believes the players just need to get on with the game.
“It’s happening all over the Premiership. Every game there seems to be a decision that’s not going well,” “You can’t do anything about it.”
“If players argue they get booked, if they keep arguing you get sent off so you got to let the gaffer do the talking.”
Thatâ€™s a typical good attitude form the Newcastle local, because the referees will always make mistakes â€“ just like the players. Most of the time, itâ€™s the players who make the biggest mistake in the games with a striker missing an open goal, or a goalkeeper letting a sloppy goal in.
The referees will always continue to make mistakes because theyâ€™re human. Weâ€™re not sure if video replays will be good for the game or not, quite honestly. They may be worth a trial period, to see how they work.
Lastly, both Steven Taylor and James Milner are expected to start the England Under-21 game against Ireland tonight, at St. Mary’s Stadium in Southampton, with a 7:45 PM kick off.