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  • Date:11 Sep 2010
  • Kick-off:15:00
  • Venue:St James' Park
  • Adam - pen (44) Campbell (89)
Goal!

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92:43 +2.43

Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on David Vaughan by Joey Barton. Free kick taken by Neal Eardley.

91:30 +1.30

The ball is crossed by Sanchez Jose Enrique, Strike by Peter Lovenkrands from inside the six-yard box clear the bar.

91:17 +1.17

Shola Ameobi takes a shot. Blocked by David Vaughan.

90:00

Dudley Campbell booked.

89:17

Dudley Campbell gets on the score sheet with a goal from the edge of the penalty box to the bottom left corner of the goal. Newcastle 0-2 Blackpool.Charlie Adam provided the assist for the goal.

89:05

Hatem Ben Arfa takes a shot from 18 yards. Ian Evatt gets a block in.

88:49

Centre by Hatem Ben Arfa, Ian Evatt makes a clearance.

88:33

The ball is crossed by Peter Lovenkrands, David Vaughan makes a clearance.

87:21

Andrew Carroll has an effort at goal. Save by Matthew Gilks.

86:15

Dudley Campbell handles the ball and concedes a free kick. Joey Barton delivers the ball from the free kick right-footed from left channel, clearance made by Ian Evatt.

85:50

David Carney is caught offside. Free kick taken by Steve Harper.

84:51

Unfair challenge on Dekel Keinan by Andrew Carroll results in a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Matthew Gilks.

83:41

The referee blows for offside against Luke Varney. Keith Southern comes on in place of Luke Varney. (Blackpool) makes a substitution, with David Carney coming on for Elliot Grandin. Free kick taken by Steve Harper.

83:15

The ball is delivered by Peter Lovenkrands, clearance by Neal Eardley.

81:46

James Perch produces a cross, Dekel Keinan manages to make a clearance.

81:30

The ball is delivered by Joey Barton.

80:22

The assistant referee signals for offside against Kevin Nolan. (Newcastle) makes a substitution, with Shola Ameobi coming on for Wayne Routledge. Matthew Gilks restarts play with the free kick.

79:32

The ball is sent over by Sanchez Jose Enrique.

78:54

The referee blows for offside. Matthew Gilks restarts play with the free kick.

78:05

Shot by Kevin Nolan. Blocked by Ian Evatt. Volleyed right-footed shot by Wayne Routledge. Dekel Keinan gets a block in.

77:03

Peter Lovenkrands takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Save made by Matthew Gilks.

76:23

Marlon Harewood fouled by Mike Williamson, the ref awards a free kick. Free kick taken by David Vaughan.

75:47

Sanchez Jose Enrique has an effort at goal from deep inside the area missing to the right of the target.

74:45

The ball is swung over by Hatem Ben Arfa, save by Matthew Gilks.

74:23

Marlon Harewood is caught offside. Kevin Nolan restarts play with the free kick.

74:00

Drilled left-footed shot by Peter Lovenkrands. Save made by Matthew Gilks.

71:32

Dudley Campbell fouled by Fabricio Coloccini, the ref awards a free kick. The referee books Fabricio Coloccini for unsporting behaviour. Jonas Gutierrez leaves the field to be replaced by Hatem Ben Arfa. Charlie Adam sends in a cross, Shot by Ian Evatt from deep inside the penalty area misses to the left of the target.

70:30

Unfair challenge on Wayne Routledge by Charlie Adam results in a free kick. Booking for Charlie Adam for unsporting behaviour. Direct free kick taken by Sanchez Jose Enrique.

69:36

Charlie Adam gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Wayne Routledge. Joey Barton restarts play with the free kick.

69:01

Andrew Carroll challenges Dekel Keinan unfairly and gives away a free kick. Matthew Gilks restarts play with the free kick.

68:33

A cross is delivered by Charlie Adam.

67:56

Kevin Nolan has an effort at goal. Comfortable save by Matthew Gilks.

66:38

Wayne Routledge challenges Charlie Adam unfairly and gives away a free kick. Ian Evatt restarts play with the free kick.

64:32

Marlon Harewood on for Brett Ormerod.

64:14

The ball is swung over by Jonas Gutierrez, Ian Evatt makes a clearance.

64:05

Jonas Gutierrez delivers the ball, clearance by Dekel Keinan.

63:04

Jonas Gutierrez produces a drilled right-footed shot from 20 yards. Blocked by Dekel Keinan.

61:49

Free kick awarded for a foul by Alan Smith on Neal Eardley. Peter Lovenkrands replaces Alan Smith. Matthew Gilks takes the free kick.

61:23

Shot by Joey Barton. Save by Matthew Gilks.

59:58

Dudley Campbell is penalised for handball and concedes a free kick. Steve Harper restarts play with the free kick.

59:23

The ball is swung over by Jonas Gutierrez.

58:17

Free kick awarded for a foul by Luke Varney on Wayne Routledge. The free kick is delivered right-footed by Joey Barton from right wing.

57:47

The official flags Dudley Campbell offside. Direct free kick taken by Mike Williamson.

55:43

Outswinging corner taken by Joey Barton from the right by-line.

55:14

Corner taken by Joey Barton, Charlie Adam makes a clearance.

55:00

Jonas Gutierrez crosses the ball, Matthew Gilks makes a comfortable save.

54:39

Dudley Campbell gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Mike Williamson. Direct free kick taken by Joey Barton.

53:53

James Perch delivers the ball, Dekel Keinan manages to make a clearance.

53:25

Luke Varney sends in a cross, save made by Steve Harper.

52:30

Jonas Gutierrez fouled by Luke Varney, the ref awards a free kick. Free kick crossed by Joey Barton, Brett Ormerod makes a clearance.

50:28

The assistant referee signals for offside against Dudley Campbell. Steve Harper takes the free kick.

49:11

The referee blows for offside against Luke Varney. Steve Harper restarts play with the free kick.

49:00

Neal Eardley sends in a cross.

46:32

James Perch goes into the book for unsporting behaviour.

45:27 +0.27

Ian Evatt gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Andrew Carroll. Joey Barton takes the direct free kick.

43:14

Alan Smith gives away a Penalty for an unfair challenge on Luke Varney. Charlie Adam scores a placed penalty. Newcastle 0-1 Blackpool.Luke Varney provided the assist for the goal.

43:14

Penalty awarded for an unfair challenge on Luke Varney by Alan Smith. Penalty taken left-footed by Charlie Adam and scored. Newcastle 0-1 Blackpool.

41:47

Unfair challenge on Elliot Grandin by Jonas Gutierrez results in a free kick. Elliot Grandin takes the free kick.

39:16

Luke Varney challenges Joey Barton unfairly and gives away a free kick. Steve Harper takes the direct free kick.

38:07

The referee blows for offside against Kevin Nolan. Matthew Gilks takes the direct free kick.

37:16

Free kick awarded for a foul by Luke Varney on James Perch. Free kick taken by Steve Harper.

37:02

Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Dekel Keinan by Andrew Carroll. Direct free kick taken by Matthew Gilks.

33:15

The ball is sent over by Andrew Carroll, Kevin Nolan challenges Matthew Gilks unfairly and gives away a free kick. Matthew Gilks takes the direct free kick.

32:49

The referee gives a free kick against Dudley Campbell for handball. Alan Smith takes the direct free kick.

32:13

Outswinging corner taken left-footed by David Vaughan from the left by-line, clearance made by Mike Williamson.

31:54

Luke Varney produces a cross, Mike Williamson gets a block in.

31:31

Shot by Kevin Nolan. Matthew Gilks makes a save.

30:56

Dudley Campbell is flagged offside by the assistant referee. Steve Harper takes the free kick.

29:37

Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Fabricio Coloccini by Dudley Campbell. Sanchez Jose Enrique restarts play with the free kick.

29:03

Charlie Adam delivers the ball.

28:31

Dudley Campbell fouled by Joey Barton, the ref awards a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Charlie Adam.

28:13

The ball is swung over by Ian Evatt, Steve Harper makes a comfortable save.

26:30

Sanchez Jose Enrique takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Blocked by Neal Eardley.

26:07

The official flags Brett Ormerod offside. Direct free kick taken by Sanchez Jose Enrique.

24:40

Header from inside the area by Mike Williamson strikes the post.

23:56

Unfair challenge on Wayne Routledge by David Vaughan results in a free kick. The referee cautions David Vaughan for unsporting behaviour. Joey Barton takes the free kick.

22:06

Andrew Carroll gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Dekel Keinan. Direct free kick taken by Neal Eardley.

21:45

The referee blows for offside against Brett Ormerod. Steve Harper takes the direct free kick.

21:05

The ball is sent over by Jonas Gutierrez.

20:38

Wayne Routledge crosses the ball, clearance by Neal Eardley.

17:55

The ball is crossed by Jonas Gutierrez, Dekel Keinan makes a clearance.

16:47

Wayne Routledge delivers the ball.

16:21

Corner taken right-footed by Joey Barton from the left by-line, save by Matthew Gilks.

15:42

Foul by Neal Eardley on Jonas Gutierrez, free kick awarded. Joey Barton produces a strike on goal direct from the free kick, David Vaughan gets a block in.

14:45

Unfair challenge on James Perch by Luke Varney results in a free kick. Steve Harper takes the free kick.

14:03

The assistant referee flags for offside against Brett Ormerod. Steve Harper restarts play with the free kick.

13:56

The ball is sent over by Neal Eardley.

12:14

David Vaughan takes the inswinging corner, Header from close in by Ian Evatt misses to the left of the target.

11:34

Dudley Campbell takes a shot. Save by Steve Harper. Brett Ormerod takes a shot. Save made by Steve Harper.

10:45

A cross is delivered by Sanchez Jose Enrique, Dekel Keinan manages to make a clearance.

8:53

Charlie Adam concedes a free kick for a foul on Jonas Gutierrez. The free kick is swung in right-footed by Joey Barton, save by Matthew Gilks.

7:11

Dekel Keinan fouled by Kevin Nolan, the ref awards a free kick. Matthew Gilks takes the free kick.

6:00

The official flags Elliot Grandin offside. Direct free kick taken by Steve Harper.

5:47

Neal Eardley produces a cross, clearance made by Mike Williamson.

5:06

Alan Smith concedes a free kick for a foul on Elliot Grandin. Charlie Adam takes the direct free kick.

4:36

The referee blows for offside against Kevin Nolan. Free kick taken by Matthew Gilks.

4:09

Drilled right-footed shot by Elliot Grandin. Save made by Steve Harper.

3:41

The ball is swung over by Wayne Routledge, save made by Matthew Gilks.

2:13

Foul by Dekel Keinan on Andrew Carroll, free kick awarded. Joey Barton crosses the ball from the free kick right-footed from left channel, clearance made by David Vaughan.

0:58

Effort from deep inside the area by Dudley Campbell misses to the right of the goal.

The second half begins.

The match begins.

The ref blows to signal half-time.

The referee blows for the end of the match.

Match Preview

Hughton looks to maintain encouraging start Newcastle boss Chris Hughton is challenging his players to maintain the feelgood factor as they attempt to ensure they become a Barclays Premier League fixture once again. The Magpies have made an encouraging start to life back in the top flight having bounced back from something of a mauling at Manchester United in their opening encounter to trounce Aston Villa 6-0 and then claim a hard-fought draw at Wolves last time out. Those two games, and a 3-2 Carling Cup second-round victory at Accrington Stanley with a largely inexperienced side, have helped to create a similar atmosphere to the one which enveloped St James' Park last season as the club went on an unstoppable charge to the Championship title. Hughton said: "Anyone who has been involved in football a long time knows what being used to winning football matches can do to a team and a club. "It is going to be more difficult to get that sort of feel and the stability it gives you in the Premier League because it is a more difficult league. But our aim is to become a fixture in this league. "We have started well enough and there is a good feel around the place, probably because of the way we have gone about our business in the last three games." In-form striker Andy Carroll has returned to training after an ankle injury, and Hughton could hand debuts to summer signings Sol Campbell, Cheik Tiote and Hatem Ben Arfa. Meanwhile, Blackpool manager Ian Holloway believes the next few weeks could be crucial to his club's hopes of maintaining their top flight status. That's why he has drawn up a detailed plan so the players know exactly what their routine is. Next up are Newcastle with Holloway anxious to build on a good start that has seen his side take four points from a possible nine. He said: "We have just given the players a two-month schedule. My staff have produced it. "They will know what day they are off and what day they are in. They know it will be morning and afternoon. "The defenders will be doing certain things as will the midfielders and forwards. "This is the most comprehensive document that I have ever produced in my career and I am looking forward to implementing it. "We want to leave a mark on this world, so that people remember how well our team played and how well the supporters behaved. "The secret of this club is that the fans are embracing what we are trying to do. They are in their element. It is quite unbelievable. We want this great feeling to continue." The arrival of DJ Campbell from Leicester on transfer deadline day has strengthened Holloway's attacking options. Marlon Harewood could return against Newcastle - where he had a spell on loan - following an ankle injury while Luke Varney is looking to retain his place after scoring on his debut in the 2-2 draw with Fulham. Campbell scored 11 goals during a loan spell at Bloomfield Road in the second half of last season and Holloway wants the 29-year to replicate that form among the elite. Holloway said: "We would not be where we are today without his contribution last season. "We have some hard work to do to convince people that the boy will score at every level he plays in. But I am delighted to be working with him again."

Match Report

Adam inspires Blackpool win Charlie Adam burst Newcastle's bubble as Blackpool banked another three precious Barclays Premier League points on the road. The midfielder calmly slotted a 45th-minute penalty past keeper Steve Harper and immediately dedicated it to youth team coach Gary Parkinson, who is critically ill in hospital. Adam then produced the pass from which DJ Campbell sealed the 2-0 win late on, but only after goalkeeper Matt Gilks had produced a string of superb saves to deny Newcastle an equaliser. Gilks, who had kept out Kevin Nolan's first-half effort, frustrated Joey Barton, substitute Peter Lovenkrands and Andy Carroll as the Magpies staged a committed fightback in front of a crowd of 49,597. The defeat, Newcastle's first on their own turf in 27 attempts, served as a reminder to the Chris Hughton's men, if they needed one, that their 6-0 victory over Aston Villa in the last fixture at St James' Park, was a start and nothing more. Five months ago, Blackpool had arrived on Tyneside as one of the few sides to have beaten the Magpies in the Championship, and left on the wrong end of a 4-1 beating which was every bit as comprehensive as the scoreline suggests. They returned to the north-east knowing that Villa had also been sent packing as Newcastle romped to a stunning victory 24 hours after they had lost by the same score at Arsenal. But there was a determination about Ian Holloway's men from the off that they would not be blown away, and when referee Lee Mason sounded the half-time whistle, few inside St James' could have argued they were value for their 1-0 lead. Had it not have been for a superb double save by Harper, their lead might have been even bigger. The home defence was carved open by Adam's 12th-minute through-ball and the keeper had to block Campbell's effort at point blank range before turning Brett Ormerod's follow-up around the post. Newcastle's response was swift and wingers Wayne Routledge and Jonas Gutierrez took up the gauntlet, but it was defender Mike Williamson who came closest to giving them the lead. He met Barton's 25th-minute free-kick with a looping header which evaded Gilks' dive, but came back off the post. Gilks did intervene, however, seven minutes later when he won a one-one-on duel with Nolan after the midfielder had run on to Carroll's flick-on. But just as it looked as though the home side were ready to reply they were caught by a sucker punch on the stroke of half-time. They looked to have enough men back to cover Luke Varney's surge into the box, but Alan Smith's challenge was untidy and when the midfielder went down, the referee pointed to the spot. Adam beat Harper with the minimum of fuss and then unveiled a T-shirt bearing the message "4 Parky". Blackpool started the second half in positive mood, but were almost caught within six minutes when Nolan helped the ball on for Carroll. The striker attempted to round Gilks, but the keeper managed to grab the ball in the nick of time to deny him. Holloway's men were gradually retreating as the home side started to mount a concerted onslaught. But for all their possession, Newcastle were able to create little in the way of clear-cut chances with Carroll, Fabricio Coloccini and Williamson all coming close to meeting Barton's 59th-minute free-kick, but not close enough. Gilks had to come to the rescue three minutes later when Barton muscled his way into the box and looked certain to score until the keeper threw out a hand and Nolan saw a 68th-minute volley partially blocked. Hughton handed a debut to France international Hatem Ben Arfa in place of Jonas. Time was running out fast and the tension grew as Lovenkrands fired straight at Gilks, who then collected Carroll's looping header before seeing Jose Enrique shoot wildly over after cutting into the box. Gilks preserved his side's lead once again with 12 minutes remaining when, after Carroll had played Lovenkrands through, he got down well to palm away his firm drive. However, he saved the best for last when he blocked Carroll's goal-bound shot with his foot two minutes from time. Newcastle's despair was complete at the death when, as they pushed men forward, they were caught on the break as Adam found Campbell and he fired unerringly across Harper and into the bottom corner.

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