It was so good to see Remy Cabella break his duck and get his first goal for Newcastle yesterday at the KC Stadium when he scored a terrific first goal for the Magpies to put us on our way to a 3-0 win. The was the one bit of class that separated Newcastle from Hull in that first half yesterday.
Sammy looks like he’s trying to choke Cabella after he scored
It takes new players to England time to adjust to the increased standards in the Premier League, and the more physical style of play in England.
But Remy has shown some very good form over the last four weeks or so, and has stared the last four games under John Carver.
Remy is now looking more like the player we thought we signed last summer from Montpellier for around £7M.
This is what a delighted young Frenchman he said on the Newcastle web-site at the end of the game yesterday:
“It was a very good win,” “It was important for us to win today. I think we played very, very well and everyone is happy with the result.”
“I am so proud to score my first goal for Newcastle.I want to say thank you to all the fans and to my teammates because it is a very important moment for me.”
“Every day in training, Davide Santon tells me to shoot and keep shooting. He says ‘if you don’t shoot, you can’t score’. So I shot with my left foot, I scored and I am happy.”
“I will continue to work hard and hopefully I can score more goals for Newcastle now. That will not be the last time I am celebrating in front of the fans.”
“I want to say thank you to JC because he has given me so much confidence,” “When I go out on the pitch, I give him everything and will always do that.”
The thing we really like about Cabella is he has such an infectious and positive personality, and he was simply over the moon to join Newcastle in the summer – and he told that to anybody who would listen. 😀
If you have a subscription to nufcTV, watch how he tells fans “this is nufcTV” with an impish smile at the end.
And although his form has been disappointing since the summer, the fans have stayed right behind him, and now he seems to be coming through well.
That’s very good news for both John Carver and Newcastle United.
Howay The Lads!!
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