Ryan Taylor seemed pleased with his home debut for Newcastle United in their draw with Everton on Sunday.
Ryan Taylor – put in some good crosses
The former Wigan player told the Evening Chronicle:
“I did enjoy it for the first 40 minutes but the whole game changed after the red card.”
“It was a case of trying to see it out and nick one. We nearly did once or twice. I’m happy to make my home debut.”
“I moved to the center and it was tough. It was just a case of chasing lost causes and trying to get the point.”
“We got that so it a good result.”
Ryan looked good out on the right, and he could become a ficture for Newcastle there. And he put in some really good crosses, but we need Viduka or Carroll in the middle, to get on the end of some of those crosses, and put the ball into the net.
Taylor is a good acquisition for Newcastle, and now we have to go to Bolton next Sunday and get a win. Wins is what will quickly take us away form the relegation zone.
A late header by Jonathan Woodgate got Spurs all 3 points at Hull City last night, with a 2-1 win, and Spurs are now above Newcastle on goal difference, but Hull City are having a terrible run, and are just one point above Newcastle, with a worse goal difference.
Hughton and Calderwood were both at the game last night, and our game with Hull coming up on 14th March will be very similar to the game at WBA – a must win game.
Hull players fight for every single ball, so the first thing Newcastle will need to do is match Hull’s fight and determination, and then with the extra class we should have, hopefully we can get that all important win.