Feyenoord Set To Test The Water On The Tyne!

Last updated : 26 January 2010 By Footy Mad - Editor

Chris Hughton has already had Fraser Forster threatening to leave Newcastle in the summer, after his wonder season at Carrow Road, and it is thought the Toon boss could release Krul ... if the price is right.

Krul is facing up to the fact his season could be over after Newcastle's involvement in the FA Cup ended at the Hawthorns.

Krul: “I’m really disappointed – it feels like an opportunity has been taken away.

“It was something we couldn’t really do anything about ourselves, and that’s why it hurts.

“It’s 2-1, and you get something like that to get it to 2-2. Then it would have been a really different game.

“In the whole of the second half we were on top of them.

“It’s a shame we didn’t get that, and it’s scandalous – 10 seconds later they got one.

“But that’s football, and we have to get on with it.

“The first one was harsh, I think, because the other lad’s pulled Tamas back first. It was just a scramble.

“I don’t think it was really a penalty, and the second one was more emotion for Ryan.

“We didn’t get one, and they kept on playing.

“It’s just a shame – I can’t really say much about it.

“Before a game, you hope you can make some saves to keep your team in the game.

“Andy scored two great goals, and normally two goals would be enough for us. It’s hard to accept.

“You have to learn from it as well.

“You want to be the one who can save the day, but unfortunately, I couldn’t do much about it.

“My feeling was that Jose Enrique got to it just in time.

“It was 50-50, and it just felt like everything that was 50-50 went the other way.

“It started from that moment.”