Remy Cabella has talked today about how he looks at football – and basically he says it’s to bring happiness to himself – his family and the fans, and he plays the game with a smile on his face.
Remy Cabella – in action last week at St. James’ Park
Certainly Remy has made a decent start to his Newcastle career, and he was simply delighted to join the famous Tyneside club.
The lad could hardly contain his excitement when he was signed by Newcastle, after he had jetted in from Corsica where he was on vacation, and that’s where he was born and where his family are.
This is what the once capped French International has said today – but we warn you – this stuff is (very) positive:
“Football is about bringing happiness to me, my family, my friends and to the fans.” “I play the game in a certain way and with a smile on my face to hopefully put a smile on the face of others too.”
“That is why I love football so much. And if I can bring happiness to other people, then I will try even harder to make that happen. If it is true that the fans here like me already, that is a very nice feeling.”
“I hope I can go out there and give them what they want to see. I will give everything I can for them every week.” “The objective every week is to get three points and, when the fans leave the stadium at the end, they are as happy as we are.”
“What happens on the pitch is the most important thing and we want to send them home with smiles on their faces.” “One thing I have learnt as a professional footballer is not to change.”
“You always have to be yourself and this is me. I do the job I love, I am happy in it and so far my career has been pretty good.”
There’s a really positive message from Cabella right there, a big shot of positivity – wow – I’m not sure I can take it so early in the morning – I’ve only just woken up. 😀
It’s hardly surprising that Newcastle fans have already made Remy one of their favorite players on Tyneside.
My son Neil has really taken to him, and Neil cannot quite believe just how positive the 24 year-old seems to be – all the time.
And Newcastle also seem to have got a good deal on the winger, and the news is that we paid only around £8M for him, although Montpellier were wanting more than £12M for him.
Remy will have a chance today to make Newcastle fans happy, by helping Newcastle win at Villa Park – and it seems a win is expected with 72% of our readers expecting Newcastle to win the game.
Note: Paul Lawson is a NUFC season ticket holder living in Birmingham, and wonders if there are any other season ticket holders in the area, so they can share the car expenses to Newcastle – you can contact Paul at 07969296054.
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