Surprising and disappointing news today that Tamas Kadar seems uncertain of his future at Newcastle and wants to play more games – somewhere.
Tamas Kadar – considering his future
It seems like Newcastle defender Tamas Kadar feels that Newcastle may strengthen their squad in the summer at central defense, and he may be even further down the pecking order on Tyneside.
Let’s first of all take a look at what he said today – this is what Tamas told Nemzeti Sport:
“I feel Chris Hughton’s trust, but to tell you honestly, I think I got my chance in the first team mainly due to injuries,”
“After promotion in England there are big changes in the squads, I don’t think that Newcastle would be an exception. I’m only 20 so I have time but I must play at this age.
“I must be more experienced and I must learn new things – on the pitch.” “I don’t like talking about my future because anything can happen, maybe a loan spell would be best for me, I’m not sure.”
“What’s more, we haven’t won promotion yet.”
The 20-year-old 6’2″ defender has made 8 starts and a total of 14 appearances for the Magpies this season, and when he’s been brought into the side, the Hungarian youngster has always looked solid, and in his last game at Doncaster Rovers he looked the best player on the Newcastle side.
But he’s only just turned 20 year-old, so he will need to be a little bit patient, but this should also be a big red light for the Newcastle club, since the new policy is to bring through the youngsters, and given that, they have to give the youngsters adequate playing time so they progress.
Maybe this can be solved by sending Tamas out on a loan next season until January, and maybe to a Championship club, where he can get first team duty and some experience.
But the very last thing we want to see happen is Tamas Kadar leave Newcastle for pastures anew, and the very fact he is so ambitious tells us this lad may become a world class player in a couple of years.
What do you think about this new development?