A Brave Newcastle Display Could Upset Manchester City

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Daryl Janmaat is one player who has been playing well for us in the last few games and he had another good game against Chelsea on Saturday in the 2-2 draw.

Daryl seems one of the leaders in the team and he’s certainly always willing to talk to the press.

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Daryl Janmaat – we have to play with no fear

The Dutch International has said that if Newcastle play with some belief and without fear we could do well against Manchester City.

The last time we were not beaten in a league game against City was back on October 20th, 2008 when we drew 2-2 at home after Habib Beye had been sent off in the first half and Joe Kinnear was the manager.

This is what Daryl said:

“It’s important to go there on Saturday with nothing to fear.”

“City started the season brilliantly, but maybe they are struggling a little bit more at the moment with a couple of defeats in the league.”

“Hopefully the result and performance against Chelsea has answered a few questions. If we play like we did against them, I don’t think anyone would be wanting to play us, including City.”

“We know they’re a good side.” “But if we show that belief, and play like we did against Chelsea I’m sure we can get a good result.”

Newcastle will do well to get something out of this game on Saturday, but we still need to register our first win in the league this season – and Saturday would be as good a time as ever.

Newcastle have to play with the courage and fortitude the lads showed against Chelsea, and if we can do that at the Etihad Stadium then anything is possible.

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