Kadar Hungary to save United career
TAMAS Kadar is refusing to give up on his Newcastle United career – despite not making an appearance for the club in more than a year.
The 21-year-old wasn’t given a first-team squad number at the start of the season.
But the Hungarian – who captained Newcastle’s reserves in yesterday afternoon’s 4-0 defeat to Everton – still hopes to play his way into Alan Pardew’s plans.
“My dream is still to play for Newcastle,” Kadar told the Gazette.
“When we were in the Championship, I got the feeling of what it’s like to play for Newcastle.
“It was two years ago, and I would like to experience that again and play for the Newcastle fans. I know I need to work hard. Hopefully, I can stay here and show the fans what I can do.
“All I can do is play hard and play well. If I train with the first team, I have to show the manager what I can do.
“Hopefully in the future I can get my chance. At this moment, I train sometimes with the first team. I want to step up a little bit more and train every day with the first team.
“I’m training as hard as I can with the reserves.
“I know the manager speaks to the reserves manager, so if I’m doing the right thing, I can train with the first team.
“At this moment, I feel like I’m 100 per cent.
“It’s going to be hard work – I know that – but hopefully I can train with the first team.
“If I go on loan in January, that will be great. At my age, I need regular games. If I can get games on loan, I’ll take that.”
Kadar’s loan at Lee Clark’s Huddersfield Town last season was cut short by injury, and another spell away from United beckons in the New Year.
“Maybe in January, I’ll go on loan, but I don’t know yet,” added the Hungary international. “Huddersfield was a good move – it’s a great club, but I felt like I wasn’t 100 per cent – that’s maybe why I got the injury.
“Now I feel like I’m 100 per cent. I’m playing every week, and it’s been two months since the last injury.”
The defeat to Everton was their second successive loss, Willie Donachie’s side having been beaten by Sunderland last week.
Two goals from the impressive Apotolos Vellios, and strikes from Conor McAleny and Adam Forshaw, gave Alan Stubbs’s team a deserved victory.
“It was disappointing,” reflected Kadar. “The attitude was right. I thought we worked hard, but it wasn’t enough.
“Physically, they were stronger than us. We tried everything, but it wasn’t enough.
“As a player, you should do things right whether or not you’re captain. I’m just looking after the team, and hopefully we can get some good results. We have to play as well as we can.”
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