Chris Hughton seems a manager who will never take any game lightly, and seems to respect every team Newcastle plays, and we think that’s one of Hughton’s many positive attributes as a manager.
Chris Hughton – expects tough game tonight
That kind of thinking has also translated to the Newcastle players this season, and they seem to be ready for every game, and never under-estimate any side.
That’s a good sign of professionalism, which is one reason we think the team will do quite well in the Premier League next season.
This is what Newcastle manager Chris Hughton, told the Evening Chronicle today:
“It’s a massive game for them and we know we’re in for a tough one.” “I see it as a very close game.”
“They have a lot of the elements in their favour because they’re at home.”“They’re fighting for their lives and they may look at this as a game where they have to get a result.”
“If they do they will have to address it in a different way.” “Throughout the season we have played against teams that all have different goals and objectives.”
“They will also be mindful of us going there and they will raise their game.” “We’re a big draw – we found that when we went there in the cup. Some will be lifted and others nervous.”
Chris Hughton has done a tremendous job in general this season, but one thing he excels at is preparing the side so well for each game, and he will have done that for tonight’s game at Home Park.
No doubt the Plymouth players will go all out for a win tonight, because anything less and they will be relegated, but Newcastle these days are more than ready for the fight.
And while last season the lads would fold under the least pressure, not so with this team, who are much more sturdy and resilient than last season’s whimps.
We have to hope we can get out 7th win in a row tonight, but a draw will give us the Championship.
Howay The Lads!!