We’ve already talked today about two young guns who hope to break into the first team next season, 16 year-old Slovenian Haris Vuckic, and 18 year-old English U19 star Nile Ranger.
Tamas Kadar – wants first team spot next season
And a third player, now almost recovered from his terrible leg break he suffered against Sunderland Reserves early this year is 6’2″ Hungarian center-back Tamas Kadar.
But the youngster is well aware the Newcastle United club that Kadar left behind is not the one he will be returning to on July 1, and he will now have even more opportunity to break into the first team, before next season starts.
Tamas has already been included in the full Hungarian squad last summer, and this lad is another budding star, and was almost ready to be called up for his first team debut, before he was injured, having been a sub a few times under Joe Kinenar.
The Hungarian-Under 21 star told the Evening Chronicle today:
“I am very sad because of the relegation.” “It’s shocked me and I think everybody in the city.”
“I’m sure that Newcastle should go back in the next season to the Premier League.” “We need the Premier League and they need us.”
“I believe that I can play some part in the promotion fight next season.” “Yes it’s a shocking surprise for everybody and really sad.”
“I watched the game live on television in Newcastle with my mother and I was very disappointed.”
“My mother had got a new Newcastle shirt and this was to help the team but it didn’t pay off.”
But the Veszprém-born teenager, has now been given the go ahead to start training and you can bet your life this lad wiull start right now and put in a month of work, even before he has to report back on July 1st.
On a personal note Tamas talked about last season:
“This season was terrible for me because of my serious injury.” “I made a really strong start to my fitness programme during the last few months and now I’m OK.”
“The good news is that I trained together with the reserves last week and didn’t feel anything bad, so my leg is OK.” “And I’m stronger than ever.”
“My only one target is to go back to the Premier League with Newcastle next season.”
Don’t these lads seem like a breath of fresh air, after seeing our over-rated and under-performing “stars” take the club down last season?
It’s going to be a new era on Tyneside, starting very soon – that’s for sure.