Newcastle have some promising youngsters at the club who need to be paying regularly at some other club this season, because they will get precious little playing time at Newcastle this season, and those players include the likes of Adam Campbell, Gael Bigirimana, Haris Vuckic, James Tavernier and Curtis Good.
Adam Campbell - needs first team games
The Football League’s emergency loan window closes on November 4th, so the Newcastle manager has only three weeks to fix up some of these players with a loan move, but as we reported on Tuesday, there doesn’t seem to be too much interest in our young players – which is a worrying situation for the manager Alan Pardew.
Local lad Adam Campbell was born in North Shields and all he’s thinking about – like a real Geordie – is playing for Newcastle as soon as possible and as long as possible – and this is what the 18 year-old England U19 striker had to say in the local papers today:.
Campbell“It’s always been my dream to play here, so that’s the first thing in my head.” “I want to get back in the squad here and push on as much as I can.”
“Obviously, if the manager and coaching staff see it different, then that’s their decision to make, but I’m happy to be back here fighting for my place.”
“This is where I want to be for the rest of my career.”
Those are good words from the 18 year-old, but at the moment he has a number of strikers in front of him at Newcastle, and Adam will be lucky to make the bench anytime soon.
That’s why he needs to go out on loan somewhere soon, along with our other top young players.
What do you think?
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