It seems that Charles N’Zogbia has been misquoted by L’Equipe over the last couple of days.
Charles N’Zogbia – misquoted again?
Joe Kinnear has today supported the young Frenchman’s assertion that he was misquoted by L`Equipe.
The Newcastle manager has said the youngster was misquoted in his alleged interview with L`Equipe saying this afternoon:
“The lad is quite embarrassed himself with what he is supposed to have said.”
“As far as I am concerned, he has been spot on.”“He is working extremely hard and got himself into the team by playing well.”
“And when people are playing well, I make sure they stay in the team.”
Good words from Joe, and Charles can learn a lot from Kinnear, if he just settles down at Newcastle. He was just terrific on Sunday, and there’s no doubt this lad can play football.
Joe seems to have had a positive impact on a lot of the players, old and young, at St. James’ Park, and the Irishman he’s been through the mill, so he’s learned his trade.
We thought it was an old story, and put that out earlier today, but if it’s another interview and he’s saying the same kind of things, what is Zog really thinking?
If Charlie was really misquoted we’d like the young Frenchman to tell us what he thought he did actually tell them.
This is not the first time he’s gone off about wanting a bigger chance elsewhere.
With Owen’s carefully worded statement from his advisers, and Charlie’s recent statement the two of them could all take a leaf out of their manager’s book, and come out and say exactly what they mean – that’s one reason Joe is starting to become popular on Tyneside.
Oh, and of course winning games also helps.