Taylor Regan is hoping the Jets Members and supporters will come along to Hunter Stadium on Friday night and get behind the team.
After falling ill during the Hunter Ports Newcastle Jets loss to Perth Glory, Taylor Regan has recovered and is ready to tackle Adelaide United at Hunter Stadium on Friday night
“We are back home this week and anything can happen at home with our strong Membership and supporter base here in Newcastle,” he said.
“I was not only disappointed to have gotten sick during the game but also with my performance, I kept possession alright but in the midfield you need to get forward and create chances a bit more.
"That it is something I have to work on if I am going to continue playing in that position and I look forward to doing that at home on Friday.”
Last week Regan made the transition from the defence to the midfield, which the Newcastle local says was new to him.
“I haven-t played in the midfield at an A-League level but all the feedback I have received has been positive and I will continue to work at it,” Regan added.
“I am happy as long as I am on the park and playing football for Newcastle, which is what I love to do and want to do.
“The most important thing is that the team wins, we realise we need to get a victory to keep our top four aspirations alive and to stay in touch with the top six.
“We have trained well all week and know the way Adelaide play, they are a good side and it is going to be a hard match but we are confident.”
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