The Newcastle captain Fab Coloccini has been interviewed for the match day program notes for tomorrow’s game against Aston Villa.
Fabricio Coloccini – will return tomorrow
The Argentine International injured his knee in the 1-0 defeat at West Brom, and that was only minutes after Mathieu Debuchy had been sent off, and was subsequently suspended for the next three games.
Colo seems delighted to be back tomorrow, and like a true leader – he is only looking forward to what’s possible now for Newcastle United:
“After seven weeks out it is nice to finally be back.” “I have been injured since New Year’s Day and, during that time, it has been very difficult to watch the team’s performances and results without being able to do anything about it.”
“You want to help your teammates but you can do nothing and it gets very frustrating.” “But I am just pleased to be back now.”
“It means that I can do my best on the training pitch and in matches to help the team and hopefully get us winning games again.”
“In every season, there are good times and bad times but we are a good team full of good players and we have to keep working hard and remain positive.”
“It does not help to spend too much time thinking about matches that have now gone. Instead, we have to look at the ones in front of us.”
“The final 12 games of the season – and try to start picking up points again.” “That begins against Aston Villa.”
Those are good and positive words from Colo, who may even be leaving Newcastle this summer, but it’s been proven time and again that Newcastle are a much better side when Colo is in the team.
And he’s in the team tomorrow, and a win is what we need to raise the spirits of Geordie supporters everywhere – and we could get it too.
Howay The Lads!!
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