Slovenian U-21 budding star Haris Vuckic is playing tonight for the Reserves against Rotherham and hopes to do enough to make the squad for Sunday’s last league game of the season at QPR.
Haris Vuckic – hoping for first team outing
Vuckic told the Evening Chronicle today:
“Like any young player my aim is to play in the first team.”“I would love to be involved in a first-team game again. I got a taste of it earlier in the season and it would be great to do it again.”
Newcastle Reserves indeed have two games this week, the game tonight at Whitley Park – 7:00 pm KO against Rotherham, and then their last game of the season with an afternoon kick-off on Thursday against Grimsby Town, again at Whitley Park (2pm KO).
We have to hope that some of our younger stars are ready to make their breakthrough into the first team next season.
Indeed if Tamas Kadar and Haris Vuckic are first teamers next year at this time, there’s a good case to be made that Newcastle will have done very well, because there are some good players these lads will be keeping out of the side.
That’s out hope for next season, and we’d like to think Haris could be our own Steven Gerrard or Frank Lampard of the future.
Wouldn’t that be something!