He Was Everywhere For Us – I Thought He Was Our Best Player


Ayoze Perez scored his fourth Premier League goal of the season for us at the Emirates on Saturday, and in 15 total appearances for Newcastle in all competitions, he has four PL goals.

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Ayoze Perez – in action at Arsenal

Ayoze Perez was easily our Man of the Match for Saturday with 53% of the vote, with Jack Colback second with 26% of the vote.

Perez is one of the big successes of the season, and we hope he can have another good game at Tottenham on Wednesday night, where he scored his first goal for Newcastle, with a good header in the 2-1 league win.

And it looks like Ayoze is looking forward to the game on Wednesday night at Tottenham.

This is what Perez told the Shields Gazette::

“Everything started there – I scored my first goal there – and we are going there to try to win the game.”

“The game wasn’t good on Saturday, but I’m happy with the goal, and hopefully I’ll score more in the future.” “It’s the minimum I can do to work hard for the football club.”

“Then if I can also score, it’s better.”

And Alan Pardew seems to think Perez had another good game at Arsenal, and certainly the two hardest working players on the field were Ayoze and Jack Colback, and they both always work their socks off for the cause.

This is what Alan Pardew said about the 21 year-old Spanish U21 International:

“He was good – I thought he was our best player.” “He was everywhere for us. I took him off at the end because he could hardly move.”

“I was very pleased with him. He was probably the highlight of the day. Good potential.”

Ayoze is a great example for other youngsters thinking about signing for Newcastle, because they will get their chance under Alan Pardew if they are good enough, and also if they follow the manager’s instructions and work hard for the side.

Ayoze Perez has done all of that this season, and he still has a decent chance of being Player of the Season for us, if he can keep scoring those goals.

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3 comments so far

  • saliba91

    Dec 15, 2014 at 2:11 PM

    Comment #1

    We just need someone to play up top with him. Some one who can hold the ball up and spread the play. This kid can only get better.

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  • Tsunki

    Dec 15, 2014 at 2:17 PM

    Comment #2

    Well I’ve just read dulcinera’s revealing outbursts from last night. Evidently a bowl of loudmouth soup or two had a tremendous effect on loosening his tongue. Wow. Without being political, as I don’t believe there are any winners in international of sectarian conflict, his rationale that someone should be wished well for murdering someone else is jaw dropping. This is a football blog about our daft little first love club.

    I hope he isn’t back anytime soon.

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  • Doctapaul

    Dec 15, 2014 at 2:51 PM

    Comment #3

    I felt one of the two biggest issues was our approach play. If the full backs dont get forward in a 4-2-3-1 then we are relying on 2-3 underperforming midfielders – ie Ameobi, Gouffran and Tiote.

    cisse and perez will score if given the right service.

    They said our defence was tight against Chelsea and it was – yet Arsenal created as many chances as Chelsea only they put them away. The gods were perhaps smiling on us against Chelsea.

    We dont have sufficient depth exacerbated by newbies who have yet to deliver – Riviere, Cabella and Ferr-wotsisname?

    I would put Abeid, when fit, alongside the excellent Colback and drop Tiote.

    On the plus side Sissoko, Colback, Janmarrt, Cisse and Perez are all looking capable of winning games for us.

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