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.