Newcastle Star – This Is The Start Of Something Special

Ayoze Perez has said something that Newcastle fans have been feeling for the last year – Rafa Benitez at Newcastle can be something very special for the Newcastle United Football Club.

While we haven’t been as dominant as a number of us expected this season in the Championship, we are still at the top and well positioned for promotion over the final eight games of the season – as long as we don’t completely collapse in those games.

And once we are back to the Premier League we can expect a very exciting summer of transfers both into and out of the club, as Rafa and Lee Charnley go about improving the quality of the Newcastle squad.

Rafa Benitez and Ayoze Perez

For the first time in a long time Newcastle have a big enough squad and that has helped us a lot and when we have injuries we do have other players who can come in and do the job.

That wasn’t true in the past since Mike Ashley bought the club ten years ago and took the club on a downward spiral.

Ayoze Perez is convinced Rafa at Newcastle is going to lead something very big for the club:

“You can feel how big this country and this club is when you have a manager like Rafa now fighting to get us back to the Premier League.”

“It is something big. Something important. Something special.”

“You can learn a lot from Rafa, and that’s what we are doing as a team.” “I do believe 100% this could be the start of something special.”

“Just look at this season. We are top, but the majority of the players have never won a trophy.”

“We have got a massive chance to win something this season if we keep going the same way and fighting for it.”

“We’ve got a month to fight, eight more games, and then we can have a chance to win a title.”

“That can be the beginning of something very special.”

Newcastle players just need to be inspired and play at or near their best in these last eight games and it will be nirvana – back in the Premier League for a great club like Newcastle.

That’s what we all want to see and then Rafa can start rebuilding the Newcastle team so we can start to challenge at or near the top of the Premier League.

Howay The Lads!!

Comments welcome.

4 comments so far

  • Salmon

    Mar 24, 2017 at 7:19 AM

    Comment #1

    Wow, so quiet on here lately.I think most reached the state “finished” to say the least.
    The time may have come to question:
    “Where are you going?”
    “To do what?”

    etc etc..

  • beermonkey

    Mar 24, 2017 at 7:26 AM

    Comment #2

    Wow 25 comments on the last thread that went up around 2.30 yest that has to be a record.
    I do hate the international break

  • jimmysmith

    Mar 24, 2017 at 7:28 AM

    Comment #3

    Good player. We have more of them than many people on here think. 4 top additions, added to what we have, and under Rafa, and top ten, is on.

  • sing in the corner

    Mar 24, 2017 at 7:55 AM

    Comment #4

    I know what you mean, it’s a long slog with no club football when we have had 2 games a week for ages.
    But everyone’s players are getting a decent rest.
    Fascinating month coming up. Which teams are hungry enough, which need it more? This is my only concern going into these games.. Sometimes I just have this nagging question in the back of my mind: do our players NEED this as much as Brighton / Huddersfield’s?
    The bonus is we have the hugely experienced Rafa at the helm. We have to believe he will have them up for it, to hold the nerve and do the business.


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