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Tamas Kadar Thanks Brilliant Newcastle Fans

2:21 pm, Tuesday, October 27th, 2009 by Dr. Ed Harrison · 1 Comment

Tamas Kadar has today talked to the Newcastle Evening Chronicle, after the Hungarian 19 year-old made his Football League debut on Saturday.

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Tamas Kadar - big thanks to Newcastle fans


Tamas will gain a lot from the experience on Saturday, and we would expect his nerves to be better under control after his full game on Saturday.

The youngster is very promising indeed, and with Zurab Khizanishvili probably suspended for 3 matches, following his red card on Saturday, and Coloccini and Steven Taylor still injured, the youngster may get more chances to shine in the middle of Newcastle’s defense.

Tamas, who has been at the club since January, 2008 has thanked Newcastle fans for their support on Saturday.

Kadar told the Evening Chronicle today:

“It was a little bit scary for me because I had never played in front of 43,000 people.” “But the fans were brilliant and I enjoyed every second of it against Doncaster.”

“My dream was always to make my league debut at St James’ Park and that has been achieved now.” “I was happy after the game because the fans were happy we had won.”

“I think we can beat anybody in this division.” “We should believe that. I think it’s true that we are a strong team and we have a lot of good players here.”

“They have played many games in the Premier League and that is a massive advantage we’ve got.”

Nile Ranger is coming through big time for Newcastle this season, and we expect Tamas to get quite a few games this season for Newcastle.

Both youngsters will be so much better once next season rolls around, when hopefully we will be back in the Premier League.

Comments welcome.



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1 response so far ↓

  • 1 G // Oct 27, 2009 at 2:28 PM

    I thought he looked like he was being a bit bullied around to be honest, but as this is his first senior start I can forgive that. Wouldn’t mind seeing a bit more of him before I judge him too much. If the hype about him is to be believed then he should be an important player for us in the future.




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