Tamas Kadar Sent On A Month-Long Loan To Hudderfield Town

It’s clear that new Newcastle  manager Alan Pardew wants the top youngsters at Newcastle United to be getting games at lower league clubs.

Tamas Kadar – on loan to Huddersfield for a month

And last night there was an announcement that Lee Clark’s Huddersfield Town of Division One  have completed the signing of Newcastle United  defender Tamas Kadar, on an emergency loan for one month.

The 20 year-old Hungarian, who gained his first full cap for Hungary in November, is a center-back but can also play at left back, and he’s appeared in both of those positions for Newcastle United in his 18 senior appearances for the club.

He played left back when gaining his first cap for his country in the friendly against Lithuania in November.

Huddersfield Town Manager Lee Clark, the former Newcastle coach and player said:

“Gary Naysmith has such an unique injury that there is no timescale to it, which has led to young Liam Ridehalgh coming into the squad. He has done absolutely brilliantly, but we need some natural cover there as well.”

“I know Graham Carey has played there too, but naturally Graham is more of a forward-thinking left-sided player and you need two players for each position; Tamas gives us that.”

“He comes here having played in the Premiership and he is an international footballer, having gained his first cap for Hungary at just 20 years of age. I was still at Newcastle when he signed as a youngster and I worked with him there, so we know what we are getting.”

“He played as a central defender when he made his debut against us last season and that shows how flexible he is. The thing for me was the desire the lad showed; he was on the bench for Newcastle in the FA Cup on Saturday.”

“But he couldn’t agree to the move here quickly enough, and collected his boots from the Newcastle training ground on Sunday, before traveling up to be our squad in preparation for Plymouth.”

“He’s in consideration for the Plymouth game, but we have to decide whether we start him or ease him in.”

The Veszprém, Hungary born youngster has played for all the Hungary Youth teams since 2006, including 6 appearances for the Hungary U21s, before his first full cap a couple of months ago.

He was signed by Newcastle in January of 2008, when several other top clubs were interested in signing the then 17 year-old 6’2? defender.

Kadar made his senior debut in Hungarian football for Zalaegerszegi TE as a 16 year-old and went on to make a total of 20 appearances in the team  country with one goal, before moving to Newcastle.

This will be great experience for Kadar, who of course needs to be playing to improve his game.

He joins Newcastle 19 year-old full-back James Tavernier and Faroe Islands 18 year-old International striker Joan Simun Edmundsson out on loan, as these two players only last week joined Gateshead, in the Blue Square Premier, for a month out on loan.

Comments welcome.

28 comments so far

  • JWatson

    Jan 11, 2011 at 12:24 AM

    Comment #1

    Nice to see what Pardew’s doing! Sending out the young ones on loan, getting them experience and bringing them back as half decent players.

    Looking forward to the next few years for Newcastle. Some decent youngsters coming up, should be exciting.

  • shabunkin

    Jan 11, 2011 at 12:29 AM

    Comment #2

    love it that we can help Lee Clark , and at the same time he can bring our young uns on ……..doing himself a favour for the future i hope , love to see Clarky managing the toon in a few years !!

  • Ghali

    Jan 11, 2011 at 12:33 AM

    Comment #3

    good but not good enough.for one month is too short,it should be longer for until the end of the season because it will give him a chance to make an impact.
    would love to see vuckic,ranger,krul on loan too

  • shearer4pm

    Jan 11, 2011 at 12:36 AM

    Comment #4

    so complaining the squads to thin then sending out a player whos pushing first team. strange but gotta trust the manager

  • nufc7

    Jan 11, 2011 at 12:37 AM

    Comment #5

    they only signed him on emergency loan as they’re left back is injured so maybe that’s why it’s only a month.. probably thinking once he returns kadar will come back to us but if he impresses who knows

  • free giveaways

    Jan 11, 2011 at 12:51 AM

    Comment #6

    Surly there would have been championship clubs after him? I think he’s too good to play at league one level.

    Off topic but here’s a video of Youssel El-Arabi; he’s a fantastic player, I hope we sign him.

  • CT

    Jan 11, 2011 at 1:38 AM

    Comment #7

    You just couldn`t make it up, Blind leading the Blind!
    Excuse me but cover for Jose is one of our priorities isn`t it?
    So ?? What`s our next possibility, of course Joey natural progression, center mid to wide right to wide left (bollox again steve), left back .
    Clarkie must be laughin his tits off.
    Our emergancy is Perch.
    By the way, a proper goalie is Forster, get him back!!

  • baro

    Jan 11, 2011 at 1:53 AM

    Comment #8

    From what we have in our team right now honestly every person in the world knows we need to improve. Our wingers are piss poor at times. Our strikers are inconsistent and injured most of the time. We have a backup left back (Shane Ferguson/Tamas Kadar) but Pardew intends to use Perch for some reason. We have giant beast goalkeeper Fraser Forster but we send him out. I honestly think to be a complete squad from what we have now is having a large squad. If one is out we can use another and not James Perch, Wayne Routledge, and Alan Smith type players. Right now I would be more happy if we get a winger/striker in. There is certainly a way always there for those poor players/ overpaid players/ inconsistent players to be shipped out. Wayne Routledge is being monitored by Liverpool and cardiff. Smith is watched by Leeds and West Ham. James Perch i’m more than certain that most lower league sides would want him in their team. Peter Lovenkrands, the guy was really great last season but that was in the championship level. If Ashley won’t back pardew in the transfer market than sell b4 u buy. We can make about 10 million by shipping out the useless players on our team. That 10 million you never know who you can get when we have Chief Scout Graham Carr. Who the hell knew who Cheik Tiote was when we signed him for 3.5 million? The fan favorite Hatem Ben Arfa who is basically Cristiano Ronaldo for just 6 million. And they are 2 of the most important players in the squad. What we need is a long term speedy striker to partner up with Andy Carroll. A Winger, and a versatile defender.

    Transfers out:

    Wayne Routledge (5 million) (L’pool/Cardiff)
    Peter Lovenkrands (3 million) (Danish Team)
    James Perch (1 million) (ANYBODY)
    Alan Smith (2 million) (Leeds)
    – 11 million Total

    Transfers In

    Leroy Fer (4 million)
    Seb Larsson (1 million)
    Oba Martins ( Loan/Option 5 million)
    Vassilios Torosidis (4-6 million)
    – (16 million)

    Also 5 million from Ashley’s own pocket.

    See how much of a difference it would make? I’m not saying this is what is going to happen but just a example that would make a massive difference.

  • Sav

    Jan 11, 2011 at 2:03 AM

    Comment #9

    Great news and I would hope we can let Ranger, Ferguson and Vukic follow suit. No point having these youngsters following the first team about like mascots.
    I’d rather have seen Kadar stand in for Enrique last Saturday but if he isn’t getting starts let him away to get experience and come back a better player. Keeping our youngsters hanging about as squad fringe players is demoralising and unproductive, especially when Perch is asked to play on the right before Kadar can get a look in.
    Campbell, Guthrie, Routledge, Ryan Taylor, Perch, Smith, Williamson, Lovenkrands, Best are experienced second stringers who Pardew, like Houghton before him, seems to have more faith in. So let the young’uns play and develop.
    The worst that can come from letting Tozer, LuaLua and Forster out on loan is that we would get a decent price for each of them, – should management decide they don’t have a future in black & white.
    We would not have got that by keeping them kicking their heels in the stiffs. And who knows, perhaps we may even uncover a gem or two?

  • Sav

    Jan 11, 2011 at 2:06 AM

    Comment #10

    That’s “Perch is asked to play on the left.”

  • madman67

    Jan 11, 2011 at 2:23 AM

    Comment #11

    sav-gotta agree with ya totally, do a facour for an old friend of the club nd get some reaction back fromm jigsaw clarke…lol

    totally agree he seems to have taken judgement on our reserve players, c phil airey gotta run out on sun.

    as for the rest grt idea in gettin them loaned out, nowt beats experience. i think pards has done ok since arrivin, terible result on sun but proofs in how we do against the scum nxt sun innit, really.

    sayin that couldnt understand why he didnt swap smith for barton, he wasted on flank. but hes inherited these players so lets see wat happens this window eh

  • willowdalerez

    Jan 11, 2011 at 2:51 AM

    Comment #12

    Smart move… Would have preferred CCC but it’s only a month and Kadar needs regular playing time to develop so we know what we have. I look forward to the rports on how he performs in Div 1… if he’s what they claim he should excel and come back more seasoned and better able to handle an accelerated intro to the EPL.

  • willowdalerez

    Jan 11, 2011 at 2:53 AM

    Comment #13

    Oh… now what about some of the others like Ranger and Vukic agree with Sav on this down to the letter.

  • Welsh-Toon

    Jan 11, 2011 at 3:14 AM

    Comment #14

    he’ll hardly come back more seasoned after a month!!!! haha

  • McGroin

    Jan 11, 2011 at 3:15 AM

    Comment #15

    Why bring back dead wood like Oba Martins ? He left us because he didnt want to be play Championship football,He thought he was better then team and the club.Bring back some like one is a no go,Why not bring back Fat dukes !? hes no better then Oba…

  • McGroin

    Jan 11, 2011 at 3:22 AM

    Comment #16

    Players like Tamas Kadar should of been given a a chance on last Saturday,they was no need to risk likes of Colo and Williamson before the Scumerland game.I have always believe that Tamas will be our future captain of Newcastle United,He shows great leadership for someone at a very young age.About time someone pulled they finger out and got him a loan move,Now a loan move for Vuckic and co.

  • Welsh-Toon

    Jan 11, 2011 at 3:28 AM

    Comment #17

    Vuckic is injured mate…. that’s why he wasn’t at the humiliation on Saturday evening!!

  • Charlietoon

    Jan 11, 2011 at 5:21 AM

    Comment #18

    Any word on getting pat van from Chelsea as a left back?? That’d be great. Looking at what rossi is doing these days it makes me wish we’d been able to get more like him in

  • Brutooon

    Jan 11, 2011 at 6:02 AM

    Comment #19

    Its good that this youngsters are going out of loan but its better if written in their clause that they should play maybe 80% during their loan period

  • cg

    Jan 11, 2011 at 7:54 AM

    Comment #20

    Great that he gets games and all but surely he’d be better on the pitch than Perch when Enrique is not around?

  • Brutooon

    Jan 11, 2011 at 8:00 AM

    Comment #21

    Perch is the same level as boumsong or bramble

  • Mac

    Jan 11, 2011 at 8:59 AM

    Comment #22

    Perch isn’t that bad.Never been convinced over Larsson,however he is a proven Prem player and will definately add to the squad.

  • martylee66@hotmail.com

    Jan 11, 2011 at 9:02 AM

    Comment #23

    Glad to see Kadar go out on loan an he going to be well looked after with clarkie there!! Really think that Kadar gotta be close to breaking in to first team looked very comfortbale when i have seen him.

  • daneevz

    Jan 11, 2011 at 9:03 AM

    Comment #24

    totally agree with Mcgroin would never bring back Oba Martins he had no commitment to us and i found him a on/off player wen he was good he was good and bad he was really bad and didnt like to pass. Id prefer someone like dunno how much he’d cost simao sabrosa from benfica on the wing and maybe Edinson Cavani???

  • NUFC_Richyg01

    Jan 11, 2011 at 9:29 AM

    Comment #25

    I see Fulham are ready to offer £4M for SW Phillips.

    Liverpool want Ricky Van Wolfswinkel.

    Its looking very much like big fat Sol will be going back to Arsenal.

    Any more news on Seb Larsson?

  • Edd Case

    Jan 11, 2011 at 9:29 AM

    Comment #26

    You’re dreaming.

    We don’t have the money it would take to get players of his reputation in, unless they were out of contract.

    Our transfer policy is quite obvious these days.
    I don’t think you’ll see another Alan Shearer-type signing for a very, very long time.

    What we must hope for is that we scout and sign players like Eden Hazard etc BEFORE they make a name for themselves – that’s a decent policy if we can pull it off.

  • Sinner

    Jan 11, 2011 at 9:46 AM

    Comment #27

    During the free time i made a wallpaper of enrique(Sort of,its not that big) using PS.
    I went from this:

    to this:


    It took me 2 hrs making it and i would like some thoughts on it.

  • toon_dog

    Jan 11, 2011 at 10:02 AM

    Comment #28

    wasnt it young kadar who broke his leg a while ago ? against the scum (reserves or under 18s). and in his interview he said something like i am a defender my jobs to stop the ball going in the back of the net, and i done that…. unfortunatly i broke my leg but will do it again for this club and to wear this shirt ?????
    if i am correct then kadar is deffo the future of our club i think, cos attitude’s like that dont come to often in modern day football.


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