Newcastle’s 20 year-old Hungarian International, Tamas Kadar, made his debt for Huddersfield Town last night in the 3-2 win over Plymouth Argyle, and Tamas played the full game.
Tamas Kadar – made debut for Huddersfield last night
And in a thrilling first half, the Terriers came back from being 2-0 down after just 15 minutes to being 3-2 up on 32 minutes.
It looks like Tamas made his debut in central defense and the win takes Lee Clark’s side to joint third place just one point out of an automatic promotion place.
The top two clubs are Brighton followed by Southampton, who hammered Oldham Athletic 6-0 and away from home last night.
Plymouth’s Curtis Nelson was sent off after just 11 minutes for being the last man, when he brought down Jordan Rhodes, just outside the penalty area.
And Pilgrims boss, former Sunderland manager Peter Reid, was then sent to the stands, for what appeared to be dissent.
But after Huddersfield had gone two goals behind they roared back into the lead with an amazing 3 goals in just 13 minutes.
Things got even worse for the Plymouth side in the second half, when after 53 minutes, Stephane Zubar was sent off for a second yellow card and Plymouth were reduced to 9 men.
All in a night’s work for Terrier’s manager Lee Clark, who has his teams play attacking football in the manner that Kevin Keegan did, when he had The Entertainers on Tyneside, and of course Lee played in the side in midfield.
Lee is a possible (probable?) Newcastle manager of the future – to be sure.