Writer: Site Staff
Date:Tuesday April 15 2008
The season started well for Newcastle, but for the most part in-between (until recent weeks) it has been one to forget. However the Toon have strung a good sequence of results together and started to find some very good form again, with them now four games unbeaten.
After three successive wins a point was gained at Portsmouth on Saturday, so next up for the Toon are local rivals Sunderland and Habib Beye is targeting this as another match to win, and then wants to win the remaining three after this to not only ensure Premier League safety but to finish the season on a high: 'The confidence is getting higher. There are still four games to go and we're very ambitious for those games,' Beye told the Newcastle Chronicle. 'There's no reason why we can't end the season not only unbeaten but also with four wins in the last four games.
'We have a big derby date next. It's a huge game coming up - it doesn't get much bigger than Sunderland.
'It was important to get a positive result at Portsmouth so that we could go into the derby game on a high.
'That now sets us up for another of week of training and hopefully we will keep this confidence and let it grow.'
Winning breads confidence, and this is certainly what has happened to the Toon in recent weeks. If the good run currently going can carry on for the rest of the season it will send the club into the summer break in high spirits which should help with the next one.
Can the Toon remain unbeaten for the remainder of the season as Beye would like or is it asking too much?
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Date:Tuesday April 15 2008
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