Sammy Ameobi Looks Set To Become A Star

19 year-old Sammy Ameobi has made tremendous strides forward, since making his debut for Newcastle at the end of last season.

Sammy Ameobi – to become   astar on Tyneside?

And Sammy scored the first goal for the Reserves at Bolton on Tuesday night, as a very strong Newcastle Reserves side easily beat The Trotters 3-0 at Leyland, in front of watching manager Alan Pardew, and the rest of the first team coaches.

Sammy talked to the local Newcastle press today about Tuesday night:

“I will keep showing what I am made of, and keep doing things right.” “The gaffer was there and that’s what I have to do, keep working away and showing what I’ve got.”

“It is not going to be an easy task but I am enjoying it.” “It was good to get the goal at Bolton, that’s what you want to do as a striker no matter what game it is you play.”

“Dan Gosling played the ball to me and it was a great pass down the left.” “When I hit it, I thought, that this just has to go in because it was well struck.” “There was a bit of luck but when that happens I will take it.”

“We got told because we had a strong team out,  we had to do a professional job and we couldn’t take it lightly and we didn’t.” “It’s good to get goals but good for us as a team to win.”

“It’s great to be working with the top players like Marveaux.” “He took his two goals very nicely, the first one was a great finish and the second was well taken.”

“Everybody is buzzing in training and it is a good feeling.” “We know that is tough to get in the team.”

Newcastle are certainly buzzing at the moment,  with everything going so well, but of course we should also expect some ill fortune at some point, and then that will prove a good test of the team spirit in the squad.

It says something very good about Shola’s younger brother, that Sammy has not been sent out on loan, and he could see action in the first team as he is brought on by Alan Pardew, as an impact sub, much like Nile Ranger was used last season.

And Shola is out of action currently with an injury, but injuries have plagued Shola continuously in his time at Newcastle.

That’s one reason why he has played only 302 times for Newcastle over the last eleven seasons with 70 goals, but remember those were seasons in which Newcastle played over 60 games a season,  with regularly being part of  European competition.

For the record, Sammy has so far played five times for the Newcastle first team, with that one stupendous winning goal against Scunthorpe United in extra time last August.

If he keeps his head down and trains hard and listens closely to the Newcastle coaches, there’s no reason why Sammy cannot eventually become a star player on Tyneside.

We look forward to Sammy continuing to improve at his home town club.

Comments welcome.

11 comments so far

  • Shorzy

    Oct 6, 2011 at 12:54 PM

    Comment #1

    1st AYYeeee!!!

  • Shorzy

    Oct 6, 2011 at 12:55 PM

    Comment #2

    Far better than his brother

  • niffnoff

    Oct 6, 2011 at 1:02 PM

    Comment #3


    This game gets so boring, is there any reason why you couldn’t include that comment on your first comment though Shorzy? Just sayin…

  • Shorzy

    Oct 6, 2011 at 1:06 PM

    Comment #4


    Don’t hate the player hate the game…..

  • Benton Toon Exile

    Oct 6, 2011 at 1:27 PM

    Comment #5

    Sammy’s only problem is he may have to get ahead of Marveux who is a real star and will be a huge player for Newcastle!

  • stevep

    Oct 6, 2011 at 1:45 PM

    Comment #6

    Ranger should look and learn although I fear it’s talready to late for him

  • Sgt. Heagerty

    Oct 6, 2011 at 1:53 PM

    Comment #7

    No word of ranger lately, heard he is in nufc stockade awaiting capital punishment, something like mel gibson got at the end of braveheart, they gonaa “rack him” til he kisses the crest…lol

  • betteridge92

    Oct 6, 2011 at 3:35 PM

    Comment #8

    He Has a better work Rate than Shola

  • Edd Case

    Oct 6, 2011 at 5:58 PM

    Comment #9

    Needs to grow some muscle on his legs, every time I see him I worry they’ll snap

    Nice lad and decent player mind.

  • BigKirky

    Oct 6, 2011 at 6:15 PM

    Comment #10

    Surely a shaved haircut or dreads/braids is just too obvious? Maybe not though.

    He seems a fantastic player. When he fills out he’ll be a beast! Very direct and that’s great to see.


    Oct 6, 2011 at 7:21 PM

    Comment #11

    I think he is amazing 🙂 great goal against Scunphorpe i went wild!

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