Ivan Toney admits to homesickness following switch to Newcastle

first_img “My mum’s not there to do everything for me, so I’ve got to be a big man for myself. “The football’s obviously a bit different tempo-wise but I’ve managed to adapt to it and I’m enjoying it.” Regarding homesickness, he added: “(There has been) a little bit, (and) missing my family a lot but other than that it’s all right.” Press Association Toney left the Sky Bet League Two Cobblers, his home-town club, for the Magpies in August and has since had one Barclays Premier League run-out – coming off the bench against Chelsea – as well as making two substitute appearances in the Capital One Cup. The 19-year-old told BBC Radio Northampton: “It was my first time away from home. center_img Teenage striker Ivan Toney has revealed he has had to contend with some homesickness since his summer move from Northampton to Newcastle.last_img

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