We Need All Toon Heroes on Sunday Ready to Ram It Down

December 21 22:13 2007 Print This Article

Newcastle United needs all the heroes ready for Rams visit on Suday. Big Sam troopers will be armed to ram it down and be the winners after 90 minutes.

Claudio Cacapa insists he is not nervous or afraid on making his “first” home appearance for United since the 4-1 horrible mistakes against Portsmouth.

Hero needs self-convidence and Cacapa believe he is a battling personal and will always be ready when needed, even if he is not on his 100% fit like he did when out of the tunnel for Pompey’s.

“I have no worries about going out there on Sunday,” Cacapa told the Newcastle Chronicle. “I have only been here a short while but I already know that the Newcastle fans are very fair and what happened against Portsmouth is now very much in the past.”

Cacapa is always looking out for the future and never look back, the Pompey mistakes and the goal he scores against Spurs in October are all much in the past for him. He also will use every opportunity he has on Sunday to scores again.

Meanwhile, Nicky Butt has signed a one-year contract extension with United. The 32-year-old hero will see his next 12-month at St James’ Park with the option of another year.

“Nicky has been magnificent for us this season when his experience has been invaluable,” Allardyce said as quoted from the Times Online. “He is a great player to have in your squad and a terrific example for all youngsters to follow.”

For Allardyce, he saw Butt’s leaderships in Toon midifeld reminds him of Garry Speed from his old Bolton squad. Nicky Butt is also the contender to become Geremi’s deputy when the Toon skipper flying off for the African Cup next month.

Big Sam, in his exclusive official matchday programme Black ‘n’ White manager’s column, tell everything about of the “inner strength” from his team has been recover. He also be ready to mark a “milestone” achievement if his Newcastle United side can make it three wins on the bounce against basement boys Derby County.

Allardyce said, United’s lost against the Rams was our worst game of the season. All of his players will be looking to atone for that 1-0 defeat.

“We’ll be hoping to make up for that on Sunday and we want nothing less than three points.”

We have played our worst away game of the season at Pride Park and also have seen the worst games at home, so there will be no more worst games when we play both home and away games for the rests of the season, there’s always hope!

Howay the Lads!!!

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