Newcastle won at the death today at St. James’ Park with a Loic Remy winner in injury and it came only a couple of minutes after he had hit the post with another good effort.
Loic Remy – hits the ball home with his left foot in 92nd minute
This is what Loic Remy had to say to Sky Sports immediately after the game this afternoon:
“We are very relieved tonight because I think the last few games have been difficult for us.” “We’ve lost some important players like Cabaye and we’ve got so many injured as well so for us it was important to win today because all the confidence is good to win.”
“We’ve lost some important players like Cabaye and we’ve got so many injured as well so for us it was important to win today because all the confidence is good to win.” “Even at home, the fans are expecting a lot from us so now we are very happy and I think the team has found a good spirit which is good for the end of the season.”
“I was very hungry because I missed three games and had to leave my team-mates,” “For me I was very concentrated to the maximum and I wanted to score as a striker.” “That’s why I’m very happy. I missed some good opportunities and before the next game I will look at this.”
“I never feel my chance has gone. I always want to score or give assists and for me until the game is finished I trust I can score. That’s what happened this afternoon,”
Remy also graciously dedicated his goal and the win to Newcastle’s assistant manager John Carver, whose father unfortunately passed away this week.
Remy is not only an excellent player and a very good team player, but he also seems such a great lad.
If only we can get this striker signed on a permanent deal at Newcastle – miracles can happen, can’t they?
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