Does N'Zogbia Have A Point?

Last updated : 26 January 2009 By Footy Mad - Editor

The Newcastle winger has voiced his desire to leave St James Park on a number of occasions during his four years at the club blaming the frustration of broken promises.

Success is no nearer now than it was when he joined, and he claims we get halfway through the season and we're out of every competition.

It's one thing being a player ... he should be a Newcastle fan!

N'Zogbia: "Every year it's the same, the club tell us the same thing. We reach the half-season and it's always the same.

"I've been listening to the same thing for four years. I've had enough.

"I'm still in stand-by waiting for the club to make a decision.

"We did everything to put the club that are interested in contact with Newcastle. But it seems that something is frozen on Newcastle's part.

"They have the cards in their hands. It's just about a good offer being made. The club is asking for too much money. All we can do is wait and see.

"The clubs that are interested in me remain the same, but it's tough because they are asking for a ridiculous sum of money.

"Arsenal and Aston Villa are top teams in the English league, so I'd be happy to join them.

"I don't have a priority. Both are good clubs, but I have a little preference for Aston Villa.

"They have been improving as a team in the last few years, which proves that they can do well.

"Aston Villa's manager is a good coach according to my friends I think he could make me better.

"The door is not closed to Olympique Lyonnais. Perhaps after speaking with Newcastle their interest is not as strong as it used to be.

"I'll give my best for the last four months if I'm to stay.

"I've told the club I want to improve and that it's impossible here. If I don't leave in January, we'll discuss things again regarding a summer move."