Ask any players who ever playing for Newcastle about how does it feels to scores infront 50,000 plus Toon Army crowd at St. James’ Park, to hear the Geordies roar, screaming out your name until lost their voice.
Ask the latest lad who has scores his first ever goal for the mighty Magpies, Claudio Caçapa, when his thunderous headed ball went in Spurs goal. That was not his first goal of his carreer but he feels that Monday’s goal he made was a very special one.
He said: “I scored around seven goals for Lyon in my seven seasons with them, but none of them gave me as much pleasure as that one on Monday night and I really do feel that I can get more.”
The 31 year-old defender who has three Brazil caps to his name, arrived in England Premiership as an unknown quantity. Although he has extensive Champions League experience with Lyon, his reputation in the Premier League is now growing game by game. His actim index this week lies in 89th position in Premierships top 100.
With the great deliverer such as Emre, N’Zogbia, Geremi and Milner, he believes that he can scores more goals for Newcastle United. He has 7 goals under his name with Lyon, with Newcastle he is strongly believe he can have more.
Meanwhile, the other Monday night scorer Obafemi Martins is once again pledge his future for Newcastle United. He is having a good living in North East and he feels like home now.
Nigerian international insists he is happy to stay at Newcastle, and has pledged his future to manager Sam Allardyce. He said, he will play as long as Big Sam still the manager of United.
Martins have been linked once again for a move to Juventus in January transfer window.