Remy Cabella seems to be the man of the moment at Newcastle United, and he was our Man of the Match on Saturday at Hull City, where he put in a very good performance at the KC Stadium and we had our biggest win of the season, 3-0.
Remy Cabella scoring on Saturday
Maybe we can improve on that on Sunday when Stoke City are the visitors?
If John Carver has any chance of getting the head coach job at Newcastle in the summer, he will have to start putting a bunch of wins together.
In our next two games at home on Sunday and at Selhurst Park on Wednesday night, the aim has to be to pick up all six points available.
John seems to have done a good job already in starting to get the best out of Cabella, and he explained how Remy has been performing in training, following his great breakthrough goal for the side on Saturday at Hull:
“That’s what he does on the training ground.” “We were really concerned about his end product.” “But he is now starting to produce.”
If he keeps those performances going he’s got a bright future at this football club.” “If he can our fans will love him.”
That’s a big if for Remy, but if he can keep producing his good form he will also soon be back in the French squad since it will not have gone unnoticed with Didier Deschamps that Cabella was the ESPN Player of the Month in January, and he will have seen Remy’s great goal at Hull last Saturday.
Remy had revealed recently that he is being inspired by watching old videos of the great Peter Beardsley, and what he was able to achieve in a black and white shirt.
This is what Remy had said about the Newcastle legend:
“I have watched YouTube a lot to watch Peter Beardsley over again.” “When I arrived at Newcastle every player here told me to check what he did on YouTube.”
“Peter is a top-class player.” “I looked and ‘Woh!’ He was brilliant.” “More than that he is a great human being and a very nice guy.”
“I like him and I hope to learn more from him.”
While Cabella’s looking at some YouTube videos, maybe he can also check out what another Newcastle legend – Alan Shearer – was able to achieve at Newcastle, and it’s more recent than when Peter was a star player at the club.
That should give Remy Cabella even more inspiration to play well and score goals for Newcastle, and it would be very fitting if the Frenchman can get his very first goal at St. James’ Park on Sunday against Stoke.
We really need another win to lift the spirits of Newcastle fans everywhere, and Cabella can help us do exactly that.
Here’s an attempt to raise your spirits – six of Alan’s best goals for Newcastle, and he talks about each one of them.
What a player!
Where’s my boots? 😀
Howay The Lads!!
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