Money Takes Young Reserves Squad To Everton

Newcastle United Reserves will be back in action on Tuesday night, when they travel to Widnes to face Everton Reserves at the Halton Stadium.

Kazenga LuaLua – back at last from ankle injury

And the young Reserves side have almost as good a record as our Under-18 side with 4 games unbeaten, whereas our youngsters have 6 wins on the trot. They are both being run by Richard Money, who seems to be doing a stellar job with our youngsters, and both teams are full of some of our star teenagers.

Richard Money is our Academy Director, but is also now managing our young Reserves side, since the departure of Adam Sadler in early September, and he will again name a young squad which includes fit-again midfielder Kazenga LuaLua.

17 year-old LuaLua has had his longest time out with injury, since he sustained an ankle injury during that rain-soaked friendly at Newcastle Blue Star, in late August.

Fraser Forster, fresh from his extremely successful loan spell at Stockport County is in the squad, and will start in goal. Star 17 year-old striker Nile ranger is also included in the squad.

Newcastle will travel with the following squad for the 7pm kick-off, and we hope Joe Kinnear can also make the game;

Andy Carroll, Mark Doninger, Fraser Forster, Jonny Godsmark, Tamas Kadar, Darren Lough, Kazenga LuaLua, James Marwood, Ole Soderberg, Fabio Zamblera, Phil Airey, James Tavernier, Bradden Inman, Nile Ranger, Conor Newton, Sammy Ameobi

We’ll have a report of the game tomorrow.

16 comments so far

  • WesToon

    Nov 17, 2008 at 11:48 AM

    Comment #1

    C’MON Danger Ranger,get in Lad!!!

  • Marguerite

    Nov 17, 2008 at 11:58 AM

    Comment #2

    Great that Lua Lua is back fit and able to play again.

  • The Entertainers

    Nov 17, 2008 at 12:27 PM

    Comment #3

    Our only bright spot in a desperate season!

  • african-kenyan-ronniezog

    Nov 17, 2008 at 12:43 PM

    Comment #4

    he is our next jonas,hopefully he’ll have some more debuts this season

  • Punk Skunk

    Nov 17, 2008 at 2:13 PM

    Comment #5

    Would really like to see some young ‘uns gettin’ a little ‘game time’ soon…But i guess JK is waitin’ for us to be cruisin’ to victory…& hell could freeze over before that happens!..

  • Tom_Toon

    Nov 17, 2008 at 2:47 PM

    Comment #6

    Zamblera is finally in a squad, hahaha.

    Thought Lualua got injured playing Tennis :S

    C’mon Ranger!

  • Guinea Mag

    Nov 17, 2008 at 2:52 PM

    Comment #7

    A very young side that could possibly beat the senior side based on current performances…..

  • Tom

    Nov 17, 2008 at 2:52 PM

    Comment #8


    Zamblera has been in squads recently, played in one of the recent reserve/under 18s games, can’t remember which exactly, but he was in the starting team for that game on

    I can’t wait for the day players like Lua-Lua, Kadar, Ranger and Foster are included in the first team, in a few years time they be starting for us if they keep on going how they are. 🙂

  • Tom_Toon

    Nov 17, 2008 at 2:55 PM

    Comment #9

    No, he hasn’t, he hasn’t played in ages and he has only started 1 game since he has been here, apparently he is rubbish.

  • ed_speed

    Nov 17, 2008 at 3:51 PM

    Comment #10

    Ranger (nile)

    that is all.


    p.s ‘mon the lads

  • Heavy hitters

    Nov 17, 2008 at 3:57 PM

    Comment #11

    Just for the record Edgar is in Jamaica training with the Canadian Full Internationl squad. Like I’ve said before I expect the kid to be away even in January if possible.

  • Norwich were interested in Edgar apparently. They only have 2 fit centre halfs.

  • Leo

    Nov 17, 2008 at 7:11 PM

    Comment #14

    i wouldnt say that zamblera was rubbish, just still adapting, we should give him a chance, if he fails oh well not much lost we can loan him out get him a bit of value then sell him and try again as long as we do that continually then it will put us in good stead for the future.

  • Tom_Toon

    Nov 17, 2008 at 7:26 PM

    Comment #15

    From Hungary – Care to translate or summarise in English please mate?

  • From Hungary

    Nov 17, 2008 at 10:43 PM

    Comment #16

    I translated the article, I hope for it, understandable. I am sorry for the many mistakes , but I don’t speak in English perfect.

    The man, who catches Michael Owen…

    We were audible less till now from him. Though one those to who the most beautiful future is prophesied. Cooper Tamás, four prepare a year together with Michael Owen every day in Newcastle after he got his chance first on a big orbit. Yet beautiful, that KS visited it.
    Képes Sport spent 16 days in England where 10 were staying with Hungarian legionary one. Our series lasting until a December from seven-onto seven we report on the happenings of the big English boulevard, a film was made with the legion ones though the on a web page visible. Our host, Kádár Tamás, Newcastle Hungarian defender are next!
    The cooper appartement waits for it on the sixth level of a modern, downtown, multi-storey building chanced upon KĂ©pes Sport Newcastle his correspondents. Magnificent order, from which we may deduce two things, reigns in the flat: you are an one like that we are occupied with 18 year boys, who are rare meticulous ones,, or there is somebody, who supervises the household,. The truth is halfway this time: the boy that neglectful type, caring hands help it in truth at the same time. Edina’s. Slowly one and a half they found each other eating on Zalaegerszeg, in the urban sport complex…
    Barton, who lives in the same house, is mentioned in the article, where Tamas, and they go together onto training.
    Tamás there is very good kondition: 72 kgs were his bodyweights when he got a contract for England, packed up 10 kg of muscle onto himself since then.
    His girlfriend plays basketball. Their spare time, they are cooking jointly, they are cleaning up, they are doing the shopping. They bike a lot in the free one. Although their bicycles were stolen recently.

    Talked about the audition, the circumstances of the entering into a contract, of his managements. There are More faced Hungarian in Newcastle, who help him with the communication a lot.
    From Newcastle:
    The downtown bears the traces of the English traditions simultaneously and shows the contemporary time effects. And what is conspicuous: on the streets many young persons. Newcastle is the party, the England capital of the entertainment.
    St. James Park sight is fascinating. An 52 000 stadium with the guest waiting room taking the name of the club legend in the city’s heart, on his side, Shearer’s Bar, a gift shop being resplendent in black white and himself the stadium.
    The home of one of the world’s most fanatic, most loyal, most devoted audiences opens up in front of us. Here desires Tamas Kadar.
    Tamas played handball yet before with 4 years. It was considered a huge talent in both. And now hold tight. He did not play a big orbit until 14 of his year ages. A minute. If somebody calls it him then, that after 4 years he is training in a team.with Michael Owen, probable roars with the laughter.
    Between classes: the first prepares a team every day. He is one of the youngest one in the adult band on 18 year ones. He would like the injuries avoiding it finally.
    He is sorry that it may not have been in Prague U19 on an European Championship in this Summer, where the Hungarian National Team was bronze medal winning. Hopes for it, that in Egypt it U20 may be there then on a World Championship int he autum next year.
    His favourite footballer:Andrij Sevcsenko Ă©s Sergio Ramos
    His favourite team beside NUFC: Arsenal and Milan and the Spain National Team
    His favourite food: potato vegetable dish
    His favourite beverage Tropicana juices
    He does not have a favourite film, likes to look at DVD very much


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