Joe Willock’s makes Newcastle Champions League vow as pundits question chances

Newcastle United’s chances of reaching the last 16 are hanging in the balance as they face two challenging games at Dortmund and away to PSG.
Joe Willock has issued a warning to anyone who doubts Newcastle United’s chances of reaching the final 16 of the Champions League.

Willock, who has been out with achilles and hamstring injuries, might lead the assault against Wolves on Saturday night after making his comeback against Borussia Dortmund this week. Willock, on the other hand, emerged from his first game since May in a positive mindset, rather than a depressed one.


When asked if United could recover, Willock replied, “Yes, 100 percent, 100 percent.”

We can beat any team in the world when we’re at our best, I actually believe that.


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“We’re going to analyse this game and we’re going to look to Dortmund and win the game. We just need to continue pushing.

“I learnt a lot about the group because when we came in at half-time, we spoke together and we really looked like we’re going to push back and come back even stronger.”

Newcastle now has a difficult run of games, beginning with a trip to Wolves on Saturday, followed by a Carabao Cup match against Manchester United in midweek, followed by a home game against Willock’s former club Arsenal.


“This is where we want to be,” Willock remarked. We would like to compete at this level. “We are Newcastle United, and we must compete at this level.”We established goals for ourselves at the outset of the season, and we want to meet them.


“As I said, we have a really tight group and a brilliant manager who will put us on the straight and narrow and we’ll continue pushing.”


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