Yohan Cabaye has now formally apologized to Newcastle fans for refusing to play in the first two league games of the season, and Yohan has been interviewed on the club site , no doubt advised to issue an apology by manager Alan Pardew, who knows Yohan shouldn’t have taken the action he did.
Yohan Cabaye – in action again for Newcastle
This is what he has said on the club site today, when he was interviewed
“It was very, very good to be back in the team; a really nice feeling,” “The most important thing for me is to be on the pitch and to play.” “I want to do my best for the club, for the team, for everyone and, of course, I want to win every game we play.”
“The ovation was very nice to hear.” If the fans were – or still are – mad at me for what happened then I understand and I apologize to them.” “I want to come back from what has happened.”
“For Newcastle fans, football is their life (he’s right about that) and I want to say that I am going to give everything – as I have from my first day here – from today until the end of the season.”
“In your career you do not have a career without bad moments.” “I have moved on and now in my head I just want to work really hard, to get back in the team every week and to help the team – that is the most important thing for me.”
“I want to forget what happened during the summer, I want to put it behind me and give everything for Newcastle every day, for the club and for my teammates.” “Yes, I can achieve my dreams at Newcastle, why not?”
“I went to the European Championships playing for Newcastle so yes, I am confident that if I am on the pitch and playing well in the Premier League then I have a good chance of going to the World Cup.” “It is a good thing to be here at Newcastle in the World Cup year, if we qualify.”
“I was happy and I am still happy.” “I just want to try and score goals and play well.” “It is important I do that because Newcastle is my club and there is a World Cup at the end of the season, which I want to play in.” “It is very important to be right in my head and I am.”
Well, we all have made mistakes in life and it’s always shows maturity when you fess up and admit you are wrong , and it’s very good that Yohan has issued this apology to Newcastle fans.
Now we can move on and forget about what Yohan did when Arsenal were after him in the summer – yes, he head his head turned – and he’s now admitted that.
The only thing that matters now is the next game at St. James’ Park where we hope to see a sell-out crowd cheer the lads on against Hull City, in what could be (yet) another win.
But we may need Yohan Cabaye to score a goal for us. 😀
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