Newcastle Youngsters Out On Loan – New Players In

Alan Pardew was plain and straight talking after the game last night, and said he was disappointed with the displays of a number of Newcastle’s youngsters, and although the manager wanted to see a fight-back in the second half in an attempt to win the game, the team simply wasn’t good enough to be able to do that.

Alan Pardew – will ship some players out on loan

It was obvious Newcastle wanted to rest our top players for the important game at Craven Cottage on Monday night, but this second eleven was only a pale reflection of the first team – at least last night they were.

This is what Alan Pardew said after the game:

“I had one eye on Monday by selecting the youngsters, and I was disappointed we didn’t give it a better go.” “The truth is the younger players know they didn’t quite do it tonight. They need to learn more about the level we want. I will look to loan some of them out.”

“They didn’t do enough to retrieve the situation and they may not get these kind of opportunities again.” “We wanted to qualify and we did that with a game to spare. I just hope when we come out of the other side of the window we have a stronger squad.”

“The good news is the fans can look forward to the draw and they have been brilliant.” “We are in a better position now.” “They didn’t do enough to retrieve the situation and they may not get these kind of opportunities again.”

“We wanted to qualify and we did that with a game to spare. I just hope when we come out of the other side of the window we have a stronger squad,” he said.

We expect players like Mehdi Abeid, Sammy Ameobi, Nile Ranger and Romain Amalfitano to be sent out on loan, and maybe James Tavernier too, who spent all of last season away from St. James’ Park.

And with Derek LLambias in attendance last night, to see how frail Alan Pardew’s squad is right now, we expect the Newcastle Board to give Alan some significant backing in the January transfer window to bring new players in.

We hope to see the Newcastle Board give Alan Pardew significant backing in the January transfer window  to bring new players in. 😀

What do you think?

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