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New Blood: Kadar on his future

Having had a wretched season, suffering a leg break that ruled him out of nearly the full campaign, Tamas Kadar has spoken of his desire to get into the first team for next season's Championship battle.

The Hungarian spoke to the Ronnie in the week to tell of his dismay at his relegation but of his desire to see the club back in the big time. Tamas said:

"I am very sad because of the relegation. It`s shocked me and I think everybody in the city. I`m sure that Newcastle should go back in the next season to the Premier League. We need the Premier League and they need us.

I believe that I can play some part in the promotion fight next season. Yes it`s a shocking surprise for everybody and really sad. I watched the game live on television in Newcastle with my mother and I was very disappointed.

My mother had got a new Newcastle shirt and this was to help the team but it didn`t pay off. This season was terrible for me because of my serious injury. I made a really strong start to my fitness programme during the last few months and now I`m OK.

The good news is that I trained together with the reserves last week and didn`t feel anything bad, so my leg is OK. And I`m stronger than ever. My only one target is to go back to the Premier League with Newcastle next season."




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Date:Thursday May 28 2009

Time: 10:23PM

 

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