Adam Sadler was recently appointed Newcastle Reserve Team Manager, and he will become an important cog in the Newcastle wheel as he will be in charge of most of our exciting up and coming youngsters at the club.
Adam Sadler – well thought of coach at Newcastle United
Most of the youngsters are starting to play regularly in the Reserve team, and Sadler will be in charge of their football development to a very large extent.
Sadler talked first about his captain, Canadian David Edgar’s performance last Monday night against Manchester City:
â€œDavid was magnificent and continues to show the potential heâ€™s got.â€ â€œWho knows where David will end up in football?â€
â€œHopefully, it will be in Newcastle Unitedâ€™s first team, and with performances like the one he gave against Man City he will certainly have caught the managerâ€™s eye.â€
As you may know we are big fans of David, and hope if he stays with us through the end of the season, he will get a couple of run outs in the first team. Sadler also talked about his other many young stars, who will become regulars in the Reserves side.
â€œWeâ€™ve got people like Fraser Forster, who has been pulling off big saves all season.â€ â€œAnd then you have Tamas (Kadar) and Wesley (Baheng), who are looking like very good finds for this club.â€
â€œIt is experience they need and that is what they are getting every time in the FA Premier Reserve League.â€
The Newcastle Reserves are due to to play Liverpool Reserves at St. James’ Park on Monday evening, with a 7 PM kick off. The Reserves are on a three-game unbeaten run right now, and Liverpool will gave our lads a stern test. Sadler says his boys are looking forward to the test:
â€œThere is a real rapport building right through this group of players.â€ â€œThat was demonstrated against Man City.â€
â€œWe stuck together right until the death and it was against some real quality opposition.â€ â€œI do believe that a draw was a fair result.â€ â€œThis will kick-start our season.â€
â€œWe have proved that we can match the more experienced teams even though weâ€™ve got a lot of youngsters learning the game here.â€
Looks like the game on Monday night will be worth a visit for those who can make it to the game. It’s a good chance to see the lads in action, and some of these will be likely starters in the team within a couple of years. It’s always good to see them before they make it into the big time – and some of them certainly will.