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Newcastle Youngster Scores First Hat-Trick Of The Season

It was confirmed earlier in the week that Adam Armstrong would remain at Coventry City for the rest of the season – and the 18 year-old responded on Saturday with a first-half hat-trick at Crewe Alexander and two goals in the second half from Jacob Murray made it a great 5-0 win for Coventry, who remain in 4th place in League One.

Former Newcastle youth player Brad Inman was on the bench for Crewe.

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Adam Armstrong – 16 goals for Coventry this season

This was Adam´s first hat trick of the season, but he has scored a number of braces for the Sky Blues.

Adam remains top of the League One scoring charts with 16 goals from just 22 appearances as his parent club Newcastle dropped to their third 1-0 defeat in a row and lost 1-0 at Arsenal – and need somebody desperately who can score the goals.

This is what Coventry boss Tony Mowbray told BBC Coventry & Warwickshire after the game:

“We’ve won 5-0 away from home, so we’ve got no complaints. We feel as if we can play well against most teams. The work we’ve done this week has ultimately paid dividends for us. We functioned well.”

“Adam Armstrong works extremely hard for us. We know what a talent he is. There are goals in his boots. The front four were almost unplayable.”

“We did step off the gas in the second half, but no complaints. We kept a clean sheet and the keeper was back to top form when he needed to be.”

There will be some calls from some Newcastle supporters that the local lad be recalled – as somebody needs to score goals for the Magpies if we are to have any chance of staying  in the Premier League this season.

Newcastle were probably the better side at Arsenal today but missed at least three big opportunities to go ahead in this game.

Comments welcome.

3 comments so far

  • Munster Mag

    Jan 3, 2016 at 1:06 AM

    Comment #1

    We played well today against a flat looking arsenal but steve is deluded if he thinks we should have won. His pseudo bewilderment is typical of managers who lose games, as though they had 70 shots on target and 95% of the ball. Arsenal could have got two at the end. We badly need sunderland to mess up, but i would trust allardyce more, and his transfer market ability. We have better players than them, but need more. This says a lot about Mr ” Whoa” , the bewildered ” how do we keep losing” one.

  • brklyngeordie

    Jan 3, 2016 at 1:17 AM

    Comment #2

    So it took half a season for McClaren to learn Gini it’s better as a CAM then a winger, now how long till he reliazes that Thauvin needs to start over either Sissoko or Perez and that Mbabu needs to start over Dummett or Janmatt?

    It’s either a disgrace or lunacy that know one especially scouting or management can’t see but most bloggers can that we constantly try to put square pegs in round holes?

    This ship that is NUFC has had major damage done to it and not a minor crack either this ship has been bound to sink for quite sometime

  • brklyngeordie

    Jan 3, 2016 at 1:19 AM

    Comment #3

    So painful to watch


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