Remy Could Still Join Another Club In The Summer

Alan Pardew answered all kinds of question yesterday on Sky Sports Goals on Sunday,  and he came across very well, and was cool, calm and collected in his answers and demeanor, and at least we thought he presented our club very well on the program – and that’s got nothing to do with his coaching abilities for those fans who don’t rate the manager.

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Alan Pardew – appearing on Goals on Sunday yesterday

On one of the many questions thrown at Alan was one on striker Loic Remy, and whether we could get him on a permanent basis.

Of course our history with Loic is not good, and at the last moment in January he decided to join QR, after having had dinner with Alan Pardew, who had talked to him about Newcastle and how he would use the top French striker in the side.

Alan thought we had signed him and the news in the media was it was a done deal. 🙁

This is what Alan said about the French International striker who has 5 goals in 5 appearances for Newcastle this season:

“There is in a way, but it’s complicated.” “I don’t want to go into too much detail. But what I would say is that he’s given us what we didn’t have last year.”

“That’s a striker who can build the game and finish. He’s got a nice manner about him. He’s comfortable in our group.” “He has the confidence to play for Newcastle, and that ain’t easy.”

“I think it’s always difficult but we got Loic Remy on loan and he’s a player who’s done terrific for us – he’s a player we’ll  look at on a permanent basis.”

Loic has looked a fantastic player for Newcastle, but the better he does on Tyneside, the more chance there is that bigger clubs will come in for him, and he could choose another club – this time a bigger club and not a smaller club – and Newcastle could lose out once again.

So we hate to say this – but a similar thing may happen as happened last January – that’s always a possibility.

Maybe our best chance is that we went back in for him in the summer, after he had rejected us – and he seems to really like it at Newcastle – and certainly the fans just love him.

And as always the Newcastle fans can make the difference, by letting him know at every opportunity, that we want him to stay on Tyneside.

If he signs for Newcastle then he will be top man – much like Demba Ba was – but if he goes to a bigger club he may not play many games – and Demba  Ba is a great example of that.

Maybe the recent Demba Ba example of leaving Newcastle for Chelsea will work in  our favor, and in short – it would be simply fantastic to get this lad signed up on  a permanent deal at Newcastle.

What do you think?

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6 comments so far

  • Geordiedownunder

    Oct 14, 2013 at 10:09 AM

    Comment #1

    Give him the deal he wants, but put in the clause about conviction… just in case…

  • Transfer Sage

    Oct 14, 2013 at 10:12 AM

    Comment #2

    if the club want him they can afford him…cant see him demanding 100k+ so just pay him a reasonable fee.

    He did say he went to QPR as hed play central, not for more money, so surely we can match that.

  • Jonny

    Oct 14, 2013 at 10:19 AM

    Comment #3

    Remy out for four weeks after car accident? Tell me this is not true!

  • ToonDarnSarf

    Oct 14, 2013 at 10:20 AM

    Comment #4

    The Chronicle says that Time4Change are “hopeful of at least 1,000 people turning up”…

    What happened to 5,000 Liverpool fans from Spirit of Shankly and at least that amount from our own fan base?

    I’m sorry, but 1,000 fans out of around 45,000 that must be going to the match and many others who can’t go for whatever reason would be pretty poor. I know some people will support the cause but wouldn’t go on a march, but that’s still pretty low.

  • martoon

    Oct 14, 2013 at 10:32 AM

    Comment #5

    Jonny – where did you read that about Remy?

  • lesh

    Oct 14, 2013 at 11:45 AM

    Comment #6

    Geordiedownunder, Sage

    Wholeheartedly agree with you both – where there’s a will there’s a way but with Joseph Kinnear on the case, there’s no way we’ll sign Reme.

    Let’s hope that Ashley eventually feels the need to make a major major gesture to our fans, then s good place to start woud be to ease Kinnear into retirement and employ somebody an experienced and respected DoF who will do a good job for the business and take Newcastle United forward.

    We can but live in hope.


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