Two Top Newcastle Players To Go Out On Loan


Curtis Good had a good debut at Moreecambe in the second round of the League Cup, especially in the second half, when he looked composed and  being left-footed he tends to balance the central defense when he plays on the left hand side. Curtis looks a good player already  and all he needs is first team games – out on loan.

Curtis Good, on loan from Newcastle, in action for Bradford City against Brentford in the FA Cup

Curtis Good – on loan at Bradford City last season
Good spend a time earlier in the year at Bradford City and played at Wembley with the Yorkshire side when they were beaten 5-0 by Swansea in the Capital One Cup Final, and in total Curtis played a total of 9 games for Bradford.

It seems that Good is not sure what will happen this season for him, but all he wants to do is play football, and that’s always a good sign.

This is what Good said in the local papers today:

“I’m not sure at the moment what I’ll do, but I’d love another loan spell.” “I’d love to be playing professional football week-in, week-out.”

“If I could, I’d be looking for a loan, but that’s up to the manager.” “I’ll just keep working hard here, and try to get closer to the first team.”

“It’s always good when you take a step forward in your career. It gives you confidence.” “It makes you hungry for more. You want to go further.”

Curtis is still young at just 19 – so it would probably be best if he goes out on loan – even for a season long loan, so he can get those first team games under his belt, which is what he needs, and seems to be what he wants to do.

Another youngster we expect to spend at  least the first six months out on loan is Haris Vuckic, and the Slovenian International is one who Alan Pardew was looking at maybe keeping as part of the first team squad this season.

haris vuckic new strip

Haris Vuckic in pre-season

But Haris did himself no good with a rather inept first half display at Morecambe ten days ago, and we think Haris needs first team football this season, so he can further develop his skills.

And Haris turned 21 last month, so now is the time to show he can fulfil the enormous potential he had a few years ago.

We wouldn;t be surprised if both Good and Vuckic are sent out on loan at least through January.

What do you think?

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7 comments so far

  • oldbobaycliffe

    Sep 7, 2013 at 3:23 PM

    Comment #1

    watched the bradford cup games last season and he is slow i know he was playing left back but he has no pace at all

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  • oldbobaycliffe

    Sep 7, 2013 at 3:24 PM

    Comment #2

    should have said i was talking about curtis good

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  • martoon

    Sep 7, 2013 at 3:42 PM

    Comment #3

    oldbobaycliffe – true but he reads the game very well which can make up for lack of pace.

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  • Wandering Geordie

    Sep 7, 2013 at 4:10 PM

    Comment #4

    Neither Bobby Moore nor Franz Beckenbauer were quick, but also read the game well

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  • chuck

    Sep 7, 2013 at 4:53 PM

    Comment #5

    Two top Newcastle players go out on loan ?
    You only mentioned Good and Vuckic, what about the two TOP PLAYERS ?

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  • JaxtheMag

    Sep 7, 2013 at 5:45 PM

    Comment #6

    two top players, have we got any, we have some canny players.

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  • Davies

    Sep 7, 2013 at 5:46 PM

    Comment #7

    Was just about to post the same, Chuck. It seems the poor transfer window has affected even Ed’s sense of perspective.

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