Moussa Sissoko has been a huge disappointment at Newcastle over the last two seasons and this season he has played 33 games in total and has only 5 assists and no goals – and he is one of the Newcastle players who has not earned his wages this season.
Indeed he is one of the players who will be identified as one who didn´t show enough fight in games when the going got tough.
When the going got tough Moussa Sissoko was nowhere to be seen.
Moussa Sissoko – Championship a trouble for everyone
Moussa was interviewed yesterday and he talked about possible relegation and how going down to the Championship would be trouble:
“Everybody knows my best position is center midfield.” “This season I have played on the side and when the new manager came he used me as left-back or right-back because of a lot of injuries.”
“We have had to try to do something because of those injuries.” “I try to do my best every game. Some time you don’t play well.”
“I know when I have played well or not.” “But even if I am playing bad I give 100% for this team.”
“I want to stay in the Premier League, I know what it means for me, my family and everyone.”
“I also have the National team so if I want to be in the squad I need to give everything to be in the Premier League.”
“If we are in the Championship it will be trouble for everyone, we’ll have lost so much.” “Therefore we have to focus on staying in the Premier League.”
We don´t trust too much what the players say in these interviews – especially when we are in trouble like we are now.
They say what they think fans want to hear and the only way they should do their talking is on the field.
They haven´t done that very well at all this season – in fact too many of them have been terrible.
Along with owner Mike Ashley and the members of the Newcastle Board led by Lee Charnley – there are a number of our players who will be held responsible for our relegation this season.
There are too many of them who have not performed up to their capability this season and Moussa Sissoko is one of them.
We expect him to leave Newcastle this summer and not have to suffer the indignity of having to play in England´s second division.
We put out an article on 17 month-old Poppy-Mai on Friday and she has recently been diagnosed with a progressive malignant rhabdoid tumour, a rare and aggressive form of paediatric cancer.
To show their support two of our readers in New Zealand Sean Gordon and his sister Hayley have cut off their hair which will be donated to the Little Princess Trust in the UK.
They will then transform the hair into beautiful wigs for children who have lost their own hair to cancer and all funds raised will go to Poppy-Mai’s family to create Poppy’s Field.