United Youngster Roberts Hails the Influence of Geordie Coaching Duo

Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England), January 7, 2015 | Go to article overview

United Youngster Roberts Hails the Influence of Geordie Coaching Duo


Byline: Lee Ryder Chief Sports Writer twitter: @lee_ryder

CALLUM ROBERTS has hailed the efforts of Newcastle United legend Peter Beardsley after making his first-team debut for the Magpies.

The 17-year-old North Shields lad was also full of praise for caretaker boss John Carver, who blooded the Geordie boy against Leicester City in the FA Cup.

Roberts' debut was tinged with sadness after a 1-0 loss but the winger will get another crack at cup glory in the FA Youth Cup this week when United's Academy side travel to Middlesbrough (Thursday 7pm) Both Beardsley and Carver will be in attendance and Roberts had special praise for the Geordie duo.

He told the Chronicle: "It's good for me. Myself and Peter have worked together all season so hopefully he can bring me through and give me more chances in the first team as well.

"I think JC has been more focused on running the club.

"Not so much talking to players just doing his job.

"But he has been doing a good job and hopefully we can get the right results."

And even though Roberts made his debut bow against the Foxes at the first team he has no qualms about making an appearance for the youth team. …

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