These Newcastle Players Need Loan Moves


As we understand it, the fourth Thursday in November (November 28th this year) is the last day of the emergency transfer window, so if some of our top youngsters are to be sent out on loan to get first team football, that’s the deadline day.

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Adam Campbell – had good game last night for U21 side

There are players at Newcastle who can benefit from a loan spell, as Paul Dummett did so noticeably last season, and now has a sic year contract to show for it.

Players like Haris Vuckic, Curtis Good, Adam Campbell and Gael Bigirimana, who will not get many first team opportunities at Newcastle this season, can benefit greatly from loan moves.

Adam Campbell was back to his best in last night’s 6-2 U21 defeat against Aston Villa, when Villa scored three goals in the last few minutes, but the game was much closer than that score suggests,  and 16 year-old Adam Armstrong scored (yet) again, with Vuckic getting the other goal.

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16 year-old Adam Armstrong – scored 6th U21 goal this season

Alan Pardew had talked about getting the youngsters out on loan a few weeks back, but said there had not been many inquiries about the players, but they are not going to progress quickly by playing only in the U21 games, and maybe even making the first team bench now and again.

These players need first team regular football, so we are hoping to see some loan moves announced shortly.

Comments welcome.



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11 comments so far

  • Wayayman

    Nov 5, 2013 at 10:04 AM

    Comment #1

    Morning. Just makes me laugh that Pardew is getting credit for the change around on Saturday when it only came about because Tiote picked up an injury and had to come off.
    Pardew was forced into putting Anita on, and the little fella turned the game around for us. His link-up play is excellent, he has a fantastic range, puts in clean tackles, always is available to take it off the central defenders (vital with Willo ‘hoof-it’ in the team) and spots a pass and delivers it before moving forward to receive the return.

    Tiote on the other hand -and i am a fan of having an enforcer in the team- comes from the Ray Wilkins/Scot Parker mould of get the ball, shield it, turn around 360 degrees then pass it backwards or sidewards at best.

    Tiote has been very good for us recently, but when you see what a midfielder with a football brain can do for us -against a top quality midfield by the way- then it’s almost unthinkable that Anita doesn’t play for us every week.

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  • cyprus

    Nov 5, 2013 at 10:08 AM

    Comment #3

    Ed,
    A couple articles before you got a bit tangled up mate. ‘Support the team AND AP, he’s not part of the regime’ etc. You also said that MA never listened to the fans… he did, he said ‘you want me out I’m out of here’ and there were no takers… he hired TWO coaches by popular demand.

    I understand your confusion because you seem pro AP and anti MA, and that confuses things: ‘I’m against some of the regime…’

    Bottom line: this is a results business. If we keep getting Chelsea type performances and results, we’ll be happy. No matter who is the owner or the boss.

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  • elpaso_geordie

    Nov 5, 2013 at 10:08 AM

    Comment #4

    There is a reason they aren’t on loan – they are poor !!! Bigi aint too bad but Vuckic is awful and Campbell is another Chopra, Paul Brayson type bigged up by fans and local media and he is crap. Christ Carlisle didn’t want to keep him longer than a few weeks.

    Also Marveaux (previous article) he can leave too, won’t be a miss as never played and when he does he goes missing in games

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  • cyprus

    Nov 5, 2013 at 10:13 AM

    Comment #5

    ‘Bigi aint too bad but Vuckic is awful’.

    Sorry disagree mate. Yes, Bigi is Coventry level at best, but Vickic has class. Don’t know if it will work here mind, much like Hugo Viana who had a good career elsewhere.

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  • JackButler

    Nov 5, 2013 at 10:18 AM

    Comment #6

    Of all the youngster we have Biggie is the closest to being to play at this level consistently as when he has come into the first team he’s done well.

    There are major question mark on Vuckic as the lad is made of glass and hasn’t really done anything during his time here,but in order for all our youngsters to develop they need to go out on loan as they’ll learn little playing for the reserves where results carry little importance, put them out on loan to lower league clubs where they have to fight for everything

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  • Ibizatoon

    Nov 5, 2013 at 10:18 AM

    Comment #7

    What does “Coventry level at best” mean? 🙂

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  • cyprus

    Nov 5, 2013 at 10:29 AM

    Comment #8

    Sorry lads,
    Not a fan. In his last game vs. Morecambe he was outplayed, or he found his level. Hope I’m proved wrong!

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  • Ibizatoon

    Nov 5, 2013 at 10:31 AM

    Comment #9

    Cyrpus…What about the games before that? I think for his age, he has generally shown a lot of promise and fight.

    I expect good things from the lad, obviously not the finished article yet.

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  • James RS

    Nov 5, 2013 at 11:54 AM

    Comment #10

    Agree with you Cyprus…Vuckic is class and not far off the first team..also Marveaux

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  • James RS

    Nov 5, 2013 at 11:54 AM

    Comment #11

    …and Bigirama

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