Hungarian Tamas Kadar seemed to enjoy his experience of last Wednesday evening, against Huddersfield, although he wasn’t happy the team conceded 3 goals.
Tamas Kadar – future star at Newcastle?
Kadar told the Shields Gazette yesterday:
“I hope I get the chance in the Championship,” “Maybe I can start more, because I want to play in the first team – I just need to work hard.”
“It would be bad for us if Steven Taylor or Coloccini go, but I think I’m ready.”
Kadar’s debut followed a series of impressive performances in pre-season, with the Hungarian Under-21 international able to play at either center-half or left-back.
He slotted in the center of defense alongside loan signing Danny Simpson against Huddersfield – we didn’t realize Simpson could play center-back – and while Kadar admitted it was a tough game, he said he had no idea why he felt so sick in the dressing room after the game.
“I don’t know what happened – nobody touched me. When I came inside I was sick. I was given a tablet, and the doctor said I’d be all right.”
“But I made my debut, and we won, so I’m happy.” “Before the game I wasn’t scared, but it’s so different when you play in front of 23,000. I felt good – it was my dream to make my debut.
“There was too many goals, but we won, and that was important for us. Everyone felt better afterwards. Three goals is too many to concede, but we have to forget that, because we won.
“For the young players it was a good moment. We learnt a lot. It was a faster tempo, and we were playing a strong team with strong people. I think it was a good match.
“Everybody worked hard, and maybe we can get a chance.
We expect Tamas to make the full Hungary sqaud this season, he’s that good, and will only improve over the next two years or so.
We think he’ll be similar to what Steven Taylor was like a few years back, as he was building up his experience on Tyneside.
Youngsters have to learn consistency, and they can only do that by playing games, week in week out.