Fabricio Coloccini has made a fine start to his second season in the English Premier league and his third season for Newcastle United.
Fab Coloccini – great start to the season
Coloccini will be hoping Newcastle will be able to get their second successive home win tomorrow afternoon against Blackpool, but by now Newcastle fans will know that most people, including manager Chris Hughton, do not think this game will be as easy as it looks on paper.
Blackpool in their two away trips this season walloped Wigan 4-0 on that first day of the season, but then were taken apart at Arsenal by a score of 6-0, but they were down to 10 men when the real damage was done in that game at the Emirates Stadium.
The Argentine International, a favorite player of ours for the last four years, remains cautiously optimistic as Newcastle face Blackpool for the second time this year at St. James’.
He told the Evening Chronicle today:
“We have not lost at home for a long time and the most important thing is to keep that going.” “Blackpool is the next game and we have a had a good rest since the last game to ready for it.”
“We want to keep that run going for the fans and we also know that getting three more points increases the confidence for the group.”
Fabricio has forged an excellent partnership with Mike Williamson at Newcastle, but there will be a certain Sol Campbell on the bench tomorrow, just itching to play for Newcastle as soon as possible.
If ever there was a reason for Fab and Mike to have good games tomorrow, it’s that Sol is now pushing hard for a first team place.
We hope not only our two central defenders, but the whole team plays well tomorrow, and if we can get those 3 points by 5:00 pm tomorrow afternoon, it will have been a great first 4 game for the Magpies in what is a vital Premier League season for the club.
7 points from 4 games and not not too bad at all.
Howay The Lads!!