Ryan Taylor has made a great comeback so far this season, after returning from a double ACL knee injury that kept him on the sidelines for over two years, and Ryan has talked today about wanting to reach a Cup Final with Newcastle.
Ryan Taylor – would love to reach a Cup Final with Newcastle
Ryan has also offered up some praise for manager Alan Pardew, for his determination in turning the season around, after just a terrible start to the season.
This is what Ryan has said today:
“We would love a cup final this year.” “I have been saying it for a few years.” “I’d love to go to Wembley with this football club.”
“The manager’s shown great determination to turn things round.” “That’s what he’s done, he didn’t ask us to change anything.” “We won one game and we just realised we could win more.”
“It’s just about confidence.” “If you go in that dressing room now and you’ve won games the difference is unbelievable.”
“The youngsters are quite raw.” “They have never been in the Premier League before.” “They are coming in with confidence and not only that, they are coming in with energy.”
“The way we are setting up is a big part of how we are winning games.”
Newcastle have done so well over the last five or six games, but we have been hit by recent injuries to Fab Coloccini, Mehdi Abeid and Rolando Aarons – so we’re not quite sure how that may affect Newcastle’s performances over the next three games or so.
But if we can keep playing with the energy and passion the lads have shown recently, then anything is possible on Tyneside.
And that includes getting to Wembley for a Cup Final.
If we can do that it will be the first time since 1999 when we were beaten 2-0 in the FA Cup Final by Manchester United, after losing by the same score in the previous year’s FA Cup Final to Arsenal
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