Hungarian Under-21 international Tamas Kadar has had a bad start to the season, after picking up a groin injury in Dublin earlier this month.
Tamas Kadar – frustrated by injury
Kadar did well last season, after he had broken his leg about 17 months ago in a Reserve team game against Sunderland, and managed 16 first team appearances for the Newcastle side.
In fact Tamas has never been on the losing side at Newcastle and is a good omen for the side – at least so far.
Tamas told the Evening Chronicle today:
“I am really upset because of this injury which has arrived in a very bad time.”
“I started with pre-season training very well, and it happened on the last day of the training camp before the first pre-season game at Carlisle.”
“It is a pity, because I am not able to play games and just work in the gym and do some running work.”
Kadar is an ambitious lad and plans to go after a first team place this season, but will have at least Campbell and Coloccini in front of him and Mike Williamson too, but he is improving all the time, and we do expect Tamas to come through big time this season.
The former Zalaegerszegi youngster – who was singed in January of 2008, continued:
“It is not a happy time for a player especially not when you have big dreams and you want to reach these dreams as soon as possible.”
“However, I cannot do anything else apart from focus on my recovery.” “I trained three times per day with our physio staff, and they do a fantastic job so I am in good hands.”
“I hope I can train together with the team at the latest next week, then I would like to play games as early as possible.”
You can tell that Tamas is frustrated at being out injured right now, but this lad is good, very good, can play at either center-back or left back, and we think he has a great future ahead of him on Tyneside.