Newcastle midfielder ‘I want to do great things with this club and play every week’
After easily his best game in a black and white shirt, Remy Cabella has stated that he’s desperate to play every week and says he’ll give everything for the shirt.
Clearly the Frenchman is never going to ‘give everything’ by flying into tackles and knocking people about. However, there are many ways of giving your all and with a player like him we want to see him running at the opposition like he did at Stamford Bridge on Saturday and keep his daft stepovers to a minimum.
Even Alan Pardew admitted that Remy Cabella had been thrown in far too soon due to United’s squad not being big enough, with the responsibility of pretty much all the creativity in the team, expected to come from a player who’d only had a couple of weeks training after the World Cup summer AND who was stepping up from a much weaker French league.
At Chelsea though it looks as though things could just be coming together for Remy Cabella and it still remains a major mystery why Alan Pardew gave the winger so little chance after he had had the chance to settle in.
in the independent player ratings we published yesterday, Remy Cabella was rated not just Newcastle’s top player but also the best on both teams.
One thing in the Frenchman’s favour is that even when he was consistently left out he hasn’t moaned and instead said all the right things about fighting for his place.
Remy Cabella taking to the official club website;
“I think it was my best performance for Newcastle so far and I had one good opportunity, I have to work harder in training and hopefully I will score next time.
“I want to play every week, I want to do great things with this Club and I’ll give everything for this shirt.”
Game of two halves;
“We had a very good first half and this made their first goal very difficult for us to take.
“Chelsea showed in the second half what a great team they are and they deserve to be top of the league but we should be proud of our game.”
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