Apology accepted, Cabaye still Newcastle’s quality player

September 17 01:52 2013 Print This Article

One of our French legion Yohan Cabaye has officially apologised to the Toon Army in an exclusive interview. Cabaye’s bid from Arsenal during summer transfer window was later been rejected.

Yohan Cabaye in Premierleague match against Aston Villa

In the effect of his transfer speculation to Arsenal, Cabaye was not taking part in Newcastle’s first two Premierleague match this season against Manchester City and West Ham as well as in the League Cup against Morecambe.

“I want to forget what happened during the summer, I want to put it behind me and give everything for Newcastle every day, for the club and for my team-mates.” he said,

“If the fans were – or still are – mad at me for what happened then I understand and I apologise to them.”

Coming on as a substitute against Fulham in the previous matchday, Cabaye regained his position back in Toon first team squad against Aston Villa last Saturday and quickly shown he’s still one of Newcastle United quality player.

We, the Toon Army accepted his apology and when he was substituted at Villa Park, the travelling Toon fans give him a fantastic ovation for his part in Newcastle first away win this season.

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