Cabella Now Knows The Geordie Lingo – He’s A Happy Lad


Remy Cabella is a quick learner and he simply delighted Newcastle fans last night, at least those who have become followers on his Twitter account – by tweeting a mssage to them and saying he was very happy to sign for Newcastle United.

Newcastle United Unveil New Signing Remy Cabella

Remy Cabella – already a favorite on Tyneside

Here is his Twitter account and at the moment he has 164K followers – but we expect that to rise quickly now he’s a Newcastle United player.

And he seems to already be popular with the fans, after giving his first interview on nufcTV and coming over as simply delighted and over the moon to join such a great club as Newcastle United.

By the way we are still a great club – we just haven’t got a good side at the moment – but the fantastic St. James’ Park stadium and the training facilities at Benton are terrific.

This is the tweet Remy sent out yesterday afternoon:

“I’m very happy to sign for Newcastle United ???? Howay the lads???? Enjoy “

The 24-year-old joined Newcastle from Montpellier on Sunday night in a deal probably worth between £9M and £11M – depending on which reports you believe.

And former Newcastle star Yohan Cabaye – who manager Alan Pardew hopes Cabella will be able to replace in the Newcastle side – also tweeted a welcome for his fellow French International.

This is the tweet Yohan sent out:

“Congratulations my brother @RemyCabella10. You’ll enjoy yourself. And all the @NUFC fans Will love you.”

It’s good that Yohan is still so positive about Newcastle, even though he left us in January.

We hope Remy Cabella is a real star on Tyneside – once he starts playing for us.

Comments welcome.

Note: Sean Borland has a student season ticket and since he will be away in Calgary studying for a while he wants to sell his season ticket for the first half of the season. The price is £140 – which is what he paid for it – you can contact Sean at s.borland@ncl.ac.uk

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  • firebug666

    Jul 15, 2014 at 7:02 AM

    Comment #1

    I don’t usually bother with team sheets because AP hasn’t got a clue when setting up formations, but some of the replacements we are eventually brining through doors of St James Park are giving the team a look of competitiveness.

    It has been well documented that Newcastle have no intention of challenging for Europe or any of the domestic cups this season. However the players coming in seem to have other ideas. Weather this has been BS given to them by the club to gain their signatures, or the club has realised their mistake in going public with their lack of ambition we may never know. I have a feeling that the players have their own ambition about challenging.

    The players we are getting now should have been here two windows ago, and although they are very good players we are still no stronger than we were then, just a little different. Looking at the team now you can see 2 or 3 good formations, if we bring in a few more good players then we could look at maybe 4 or 5 formations. All this is irrelevant of course when you add Pardrew to the equation.

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