15 Year-Old Remie Streete One For The Future


Newcastle United’s newest recruit to the Youth Academy is Remie Streete, who is a center-back born in South Shields.

Remie Streete with Alan Shearer

And the youngster, who was the very first winner of the Jack Hixon award last week, presented by Geordie legend Alan Shearer,  seems to have the right attitude, as he has talked today that only hard work at the club’s Academy will allow him to be successful.

And success for the 15 year-old seems to be to follow in the footsteps of one of his Newcastle heroes, 24 year-old Steven Taylor.

Remie is currently at Boldon School, but he will be joining Newcastle United on a full-time basis in the summer, after being voted one of the most promising players of his age group by Newcastle United scouts.

Remie told the Evening Chronicle:

“Hopefully I can follow in Steven Taylor’s footsteps and play in the first team.”“I just have to keep working hard and keep improving as a player.”

“I would like to play like Rio Ferdinand, though I am not as good as him yet!”

“I have played at St James’ Park once in a training match, and I would love to play there again. It is my dream to play for the club.”

Streete’s father Floyd played for Cambridge United, Wolves, Derby and Reading during his career, and it would appear that Streete is the latest great young player to join the Newcastle club.

Of course it will it will be a few years before we’ll see this youngster emerge into the first team at Newcastle.

But from what we have heard about  this lad, he looks like a player who can make it big at Newcastle.

The South Shields youngster continued:

“It was great to get the Jack Hixon Award, and especially to be the first person to get it.”

“It is a great honor, and it means a lot to have Alan Shearer present it to me.”

Streete has already captained Newcastle’s  junior sides, and he will look to trying to get into the Newcastle U18 side as soon as possible.

Maybe when he does that, Newcastle will already be the FA Youth Cup holders!

And finally, is it just us, or does Remie look like a young Cassius Clay   (Mohammed Ali)?

Comments welcome.



You can share this articleShare on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterEmail this to someonePin on PinterestDigg thisShare on LinkedInShare on RedditShare on Tumblr

10 comments so far

  • Sav

    Mar 13, 2010 at 1:29 PM

    Comment #1

    I was just about to say the same. He’s a ringer for ‘The Greatest’.

    0
  • tdt

    Mar 13, 2010 at 2:12 PM

    Comment #2

    williamson out injured 2day, the bull and routledge on the bench

    0
  • toonboyjake

    Mar 13, 2010 at 2:12 PM

    Comment #3

    NUFC: Steve Harper, Danny Simpson, Fitz Hall, Fabricio Coloccini, Tamas Kadar, Fabrice Pancrate, Kevin Nolan (c), Danny Guthrie, Jonas Gutierrez, Andy Carroll, Peter Lovenkrands
    Subs: Tim Krul, Jose Enrique, Wayne Routledge, Ryan Taylor, Leon Best, Nicky Butt, Nile Range

    Team for today

    0
  • bakerman

    Mar 13, 2010 at 2:15 PM

    Comment #4

    Shite – only defender on the bench is Enrique – no backup centre-backs!! If Hall doesnt perform, i expect Hughton to move Kadar to the centre with Enrique coming in on the left

    0
  • bakerman

    Mar 13, 2010 at 2:16 PM

    Comment #5

    Got a bad feeling about todays game…

    0
  • bakerman

    Mar 13, 2010 at 2:18 PM

    Comment #6

    In the latter part of the game, I hope that Hughton allows Ranger a bit of playing time over Best!! Ranger has that extra ability to hold up play, stretch the Boro defence a bit and offer us something different

    0
  • McLoven

    Mar 13, 2010 at 3:34 PM

    Comment #7

    Sorry Ed but Remi was born in Aylesbury, Bucks not South Shields. Like Taylor, I’m sure he’ll become an adopted Geordie though!

    0
  • baro

    Mar 13, 2010 at 6:43 PM

    Comment #8

    Hopefully he can be next top England Defender.

    0
  • Warwick Hunt

    Mar 13, 2010 at 10:49 PM

    Comment #9

    He also turned down Sunderland, too wait for NUFC to come in for him. Good lad.

    0
  • zigzag

    Apr 11, 2010 at 8:48 PM

    Comment #10

    He is a spitting image of his father – Bruno,,uncanny,, wishing you the best lad.
    I hear you have a younger brother that is not lacking of skills either – could we have have two Streete’s playing for the magpies? and possible England,, future will tell. Well done!

    0

You must log in to post a comment.