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New deal for NUFC youngster Remie Streete

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New deal for NUFC youngster Remie Streete

Post  Guest on Wed Jun 08, 2011 10:43 pm

NEWCASTLE UNITED have tied down promising young defender Remie Streete on a three-year deal.

The Magpies have extended the 16-year-old’s scholarship and will begin his professional terms when he celebrates his 17th birthday in November.

Defender Streete – who picked up the Jack Hixon Award at Sport Newcastle’s annual dinner in 2010 – caught the eye last term in both the Academy and reserve team set-up.

With Geordies Michael Richardson and Ryan Donaldson also offered fresh deals this week, it is clear manager Alan Pardew is planning for the future.

Streete told the Chronicle at the end of the season: “I just want to try and get a regular place in the reserve team, and hopefully next season I can be playing every game.”

The rapid progress of Streete culminated at the end of last term, when the South Shields lad put in a sparkling performance in the Northumberland Senior Cup final against Blyth Spartans.

He put in a steady display in Peter Beardsley’s back four in the 4-0 romp over the Croft Park outfit.

Streete, born in Aylesbury but raised in South Shields, is already being tracked by Jamaica at international level, with his father Floyd a former player at Wolves.

However, Beardsley and Willie Donachie in the United development set-up have done a fantastic job in keeping his feet on the ground as they try to nurture a host of starlets beneath first-team level.

The former Boldon School pupil will start the season in the second string, where he is expected to have his fair share of run-outs during the reserves’ pre-season programme.

Beardsley’s side kick off the season with a friendly at Berwick Rangers on Saturday, July 16 (3pm).


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