Tamas Kadar Looks To Start Sunday At QPR

20 year-old Hungarian U-21 International Tamas Kadar has appeared 16 times for Newcastle this season with 9 starts, and the defender will be hoping to add to that tally in Newcastle’s last game of the season at QPR on Sunday afternoon.

Tamas Kadar – up and coming defender at Newcastle

Tamas played the whole game last night when the Reserves beat Rotherham United 2-0 at Whitley Park, since he hasn’t played a full game for a while.

Tamas talked to Newcastle United TV today and said he was looking forward to playing this Sunday afternoon:

“It would be a nice way to finish the season for me and that is why I played for the Reserves, to get some match sharpness,”

“It is always good to play a full 90 minutes and I needed the game.”  “I don’t know what team the manager will pick on Sunday but I want to be part of it.”

“It was unbelievable to be part of the celebration after the game on Saturday.”  “This is my first-ever championship and I cannot tell you how happy it made me.”

“It also made me excited for next year and I cannot wait to be back in the Premier League.”  “This year has been very good for me and I feel I have improved as a player.”

“Now I just want to be involved on Sunday because for me that would be a nice way to finish the season.”

Just how some of our youngsters come through next season, could decide how well Newcastle do  in the Premiership on our return.

If we can have Andy Carroll continue his phenomenal progress and Tamas and Haris Vuckic (as just two other examples) also start coming through big time, we have to be in good shape by this time next year.

We hope so in any case, and think Chris Hughton will give some fringe players like Tamas a run-out in London, but the lads still need to pick up all 3 points.

Comments welcome.

4 comments so far

  • Johno Toon

    Apr 28, 2010 at 12:00 PM

    Comment #1

    Great to the young players like himself n Vuckic wanting to play n be a part of it

  • lesh

    Apr 28, 2010 at 12:40 PM

    Comment #2

    This is a good opportunity to play Vuckic as Jonasis away for the summer now. There’s also an opportunity to give a few others an airing, without fielding a second string at QPR.

  • lull

    Apr 28, 2010 at 1:07 PM

    Comment #3

    never seen him play, was he any good?

  • Davies

    Apr 28, 2010 at 1:21 PM

    Comment #4

    Room for improvement, but very good for his age. Looked the part for most of the time he was on the pitch.

    It’s a shame, but I can’t see Vukic getting on the pitch on Sunday. Would love to have a proper look at him.


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