Good news today that Tamas Kadar has again been called up for the full Hungary squad.
Tamas Kadar – called up by Hungary again
Tamas missed the Huddersfield 0-0 draw at home to Colchester United on Saturday, due to a hamstring injury.
The 20-year-old defender won his very first cap against Lithuania last November, although he was called up back in the summer of 2008 to the full squad but was injured in training at that time.
He made his debut at left back, and of course he is currently on a one month loan at Huddersfield Town, where former Newcastle player and coach is the manager.
Tamas picked up the injury during their game against Walsall during the first half, and has been out ever since.
Tamas is still expected to be fit for Hungary’s friendly against Azerbaijan on February 9th, which will be played at the Al-Shabab Stadium in Dubai.
And Newcastle local youngster Paul Dummett has been included in the Welsh under-21 squad for their friendly against Northern Ireland, to be played at Wrexham’s Racecourse Ground, also on Wednesday, February 9th.
The left-back, from Kenton School in Newcastle, was first called up by Wales Under 18s in June of 2008, because his father is Welsh, and the 19 year old has been with the Newcastle United Academy for a full 10 years.
His Newcastle hero is Steven Taylor, another local lad who has captained the England U21 side, and Steven, who turned 25 yesterday, is contracted to the club until the summer of 2016.
And finally 19 year old midfielder Ryan Donaldson has gone on a one month loan to Hartlepool, it was announced by Sky Sports tonight.
The England under-19 international has only just returned to training following a knee injury that he suffered last month, and he now goes straight into the Hartlepool squad for the League One game with Notts County tomorrow night at Victoria Park.
It’s good to see the Newcastle youngsters getting International call-ups – and also Ryan will now get some playing time at Hartlepool United, and joins quite a few of Newcastle youngsters out on loan at other clubs.