In My Wildest Dreams I Couldn’t Have Imagined That – Sissoko

There’s no doubt that Moussa Sissoko is the new hero on Tyneside – and after giving a lot of interviews after the fantastic 3-2 win against European Champions Chelsea at St. James’ Park on Saturday, Moussa has been interviewed again today in the local papers.

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Pandemonium after Newcastle winning goal at the death on Saturday
Moussa Sissoko’s there – the hero of Newcastle – what a game – what a win!

Moussa said that Saturday was one of the best moments of his career – so far:

“It is up there with my best moments of my career.” “I’m not sure if it is quite the best yet.” “But to score on my home debut and get a brace against the European champions Chelsea and come away with three points is absolutely fantastic.”

“Even in my wildest dreams I couldn’t have imagined that! I’m happy to come away with the victory.” “We now have the confidence to go on and win more games.” “In France I would go home and celebrate by spending time with my family.”

“My family are in France now so I spent time in the hotel. I got some rest and had a quick drink just to celebrate with the team.” “Since I arrived I said we could really move up the league table. We can finish in a much better position.” “Now we’ve had two victories since I’ve been here and that’s fantastic.”

“But we must not get too complacent. It isn’t going to be easy, it will probably be even harder. It’s something we’re ready for and we’ll keep battling.” “I signed and knew full well the position Newcastle were in. But I wasn’t too worried, I knew there had been some injuries.”

“The second half is going to be very different. Along with the new signings we’ve made bringing a boost to the team I am happy to bring positives and strengths to the team. We hope to continue do well.”

If Sissoko’s form in the last two games is anything to go by, then this lad will have a lot more great moments in his career at Newcastle United, and he could well be one of the players who helps lead Newcastle United back to new glory days in the future.

That’s what we are hoping for, and the two excellent performances in the last two games give us a lot of hope that we can do just that with the squad we now have on Tyneside.

Howay The Lads!

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