Fabian Schar’s Emotional Reaction Hits Home As Newcastle’s Stars Run Out Of Time

Fabian Schar's Emotional Reaction Hits Home As Newcastle's Stars Run Out Of Time

After Sunday’s Carabao Cup final defeat to Manchester United, Newcastle United defender Fabian Schar must wait for the opportunity to fulfill his “dream” of winning a trophy on Tyneside.

After an early clash of heads with Lisandro Martinez at Wembley Stadium, the 31-year-old soldiered on, but couldn’t help his side to victory at the national stadium.

Schar responded to the 2-0 loss with an emotional social media message in which he stated that bringing silverware to St James’ Park had always been his intention since joining the north east outfit.

While many Newcastle fans are convinced Sunday is only the start of a bright, new, final-filled era for the club, nobody knows when the Magpies will be back at the national stadium.

It’s still difficult to put into words. My ambition since moving to Newcastle has been to win a trophy for the club and the fans. To give everyone in this club what they deserve, “On Instagram, the Swiss defender wrote.

Yesterday was not that day, but that is football. I’d like to thank you for your incredible support; it means a lot to me, and I’m grateful to be a part of this incredible club. It’s time to stand up and fight for the things we want to accomplish this season.

“I’ll leave my heart on the pitch, as I always do, and do everything in my power for black and white.

I’m sure we’ll lift a trophy together one day.”

Schar’s short-term future at Newcastle is unquestionable, but at the age of 31, doubts linger about whether he will play in another cup final in black and white.

That includes a number of Eddie Howe’s squad members who are currently fighting for their futures at the club. “There will be some players who might not get back to Wembley,” Howe admitted after the game.

Fabian Schar's Emotional Reaction Hits Home As Newcastle's Stars Run Out Of Time

The hunger will be there for the likes of Schar, Jamaal Lascelles, Matt Ritchie, Paul Dummett, Dan Burn, and Callum Wilson, all of whom are entering the final years of their fine playing careers, to end Newcastle’s agonising wait for a trophy if they stay at St James’ Park next season and beyond.

Published on: March 1, 2023. at: 8:49 am

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