21 Year-Old Tamas Kadar Returns From His Injury Nightmare

It’s interesting that earlier today we were wondering what had happened to Tamas Kadar and surmised he still had a hamstring problem, since he hadn’t played for Huddersfield Town for quite some time.

Tamas Kadar – played only twice at Huddersfield

That hamstring problem brought his loan spell at Huddersfield Town under Lee Clark to an abrupt end in early February, and he’s been our ever since.

Tamas played just two times at Huddersfield Town, against Plymouth and Walsall, on January 11th and January 15th, before he did his hamstring in again, and that injury has kept him sidelined for almost three months.

After a terrible season because of repeated injuries, the Hungarian International, who turned 21 last month, is hopeful his nightmare is over, as he said today:

“I hope that I can rejoin the team at the end of April and train again.” “This injury is very difficult, but I’m happy that surgery wasn’t necessary.”

“Doctors didn’t recommend the surgery and the recovery takes longer.” “I’m working very hard every day in the gym. I’m making running sessions and bike sessions.”

“I hope that I can join the team at latest at the end of April.” “My target is to make a very good summer preparation then play first-team football as much as possible.”

Lee Clark knew all about Tamas Kadar from his coaching days at Newcastle, and would have taken him back if Tamas had recovered in time, but the loan window closed at the end of March.

Alan Pardew will likely be keen to see what Tamas can do in the coming  pre-season, and then Alan will decide if he needs to send the lad out on loan to get some games, and maybe even back to Huddersfield, who could be a Championship side by then, under their Geordie manager.

We hope so.

But at 21, Kadar should also be challenging for a first team position at Newcastle, and he’s always looked a very promising player when he’s played in the Newcastle first team, at either center-back or left-back.

The Veszprem born player stands 6’2″ tall, is mentally tough, and has so far played 19 times for Newcastle, but we hope to see him pay a lot more games for Newcastle, and the sooner the better.

Comments welcome.

6 comments so far

  • Crawfordladd17

    Apr 27, 2011 at 1:15 PM

    Comment #1

    I think he is a Hungary sub only 21, so must be decent, I know Hungary aren’t great but gave England a game

  • NI Toon

    Apr 27, 2011 at 1:22 PM

    Comment #2

    I like the lad, had a couple of bad injuries now but anytime I have watched him I’ve thought he was a solid player and had potential to make it.

    Hope he comes back strong and you never know could save us a few ££’s if he manages to progress enough..

  • GeordieTwo

    Apr 27, 2011 at 4:57 PM

    Comment #3

    Another question mark about our physios. Why so many young players injured. It is almost constant. Kadar, Vukic, Tavernier, Inman have all had long-term injuries. This is just to name a few. In fact Vukic is almost permanently injured. How can these players progress if always injured? Something has to change soon but with an incompetent managing director Lambias running the show I doubt it will.

  • JP...from The Rock

    Apr 27, 2011 at 5:09 PM

    Comment #4

    I can’t here the word ‘injury’ after the latest Ireland setback. This lad has looked promising when he’s played. He needs experience though and should get that out on loan again next season. JUST DON’T GET INJURED!!!!!

  • geoff777

    Apr 27, 2011 at 5:14 PM

    Comment #5

    It’s a fast high impact game.

    Bones get broken, muscles and ligaments get pulled and ruptured.

    Each injury hopefully means players learn to pay more attention to stretching and warming up & down.

    He’s never let us down and is one that looks like he could break through into the first team squad.

    Howay Tamas lad.


  • Lee Dodd

    Apr 27, 2011 at 6:54 PM

    Comment #6

    Yea He did well Last Season For Chris . Give him a Chance but we need to stop the daft Injurys !!!!


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