Brighton vs Newcastle United full match video, highlights and interviews.

Posted on January 5th, 2013 | 22 Comments |

Brighton v Newcastle United full match video.

Brighton vs Newcastle United full match video (Opens in new window – Try clicking on the “HD” button for best results)

Brighton v Newcastle United FA Cup Highlights

As usual, I shall try to update these with better highlights if they become available.

Goals and goalscorers.

Brighton and Hove Albion 1 (Orlandi 32, Hoskins 86), Newcastle United 0.


Brighton and Hove Albion (4-3-3): Casper Ankergren (G), David Lopez, Gordon Greer (C), Adam El-Abd, Wayne Bridge, Dean Hammond, Liam Bridcutt, Gary Dicker, Andrea Orlandi, Craig Mackail-Smith, Ashley Barnes.

Subs: Tomasz Kuszczak (G), Lewis Dunk, Andrew Crofts, Will Buckley, Stephen Dobbie, Kazenga LuaLua, Will Hoskins.

Newcastle United (4-2-3-1): Rob Elliot (G), James Tavernier, Mike Williamson, James Perch, Davide Santon, Gael Bigirimana, Vurnon Anita, Sammy Ameobi, Mehdi Abeid, Gabriel Obertan, Shola Ameobi (C).

Subs: Tim Krul (G), Paul Dummett, Shane Ferguson, Sylvain Marveaux, Romain Amalfitano, Adam Campbell, Nile Ranger.

Yellow cards: Dean Hammond (20), Mehdi Abeid (40), Shola Ameobi (47),

Red cards: Shola Ameobi (two yellows 61).

Referee: Lee Probert (Wilts)

Attendance: 21,740


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22 Responses

  1. Pardew: “I never thought we would be in the position we’re in here. We’ve been terribly unlucky but also we do hold our hands up – we should have brought in one or two more players to give us cover but we’ve not hidden that. We’ve openly said that and [we’re] really paying the price now.

    “But the window is open and it gives us an opportunity, hopefully, to strengthen the squad. It’s difficult to get transfers in in this window but we’re going to have to do to get Newcastle across the line.”

    Most people said this in the summer. But big bollocks turned round and said the squad was good enough and we should thank Mike for not selling anyone. Such a sad state of affairs that even if we sack this useless idiot it won’t solve the main problem of those two bells in charge.

  2. “I never thought we would be in the position we’re in here”

    Again, anyone with a brain knew this would happen looking at his previous record at West Ham, Charlton and Southampton.

  3. @jimbob

    good enough to finish 4th even!

    the sad fact is the squad should be good enough to be comfortably top 10… the fact that they’re not isn’t down to injuries or suspensions but to pardew’s one-dimensional tactics.

  4. Stewpot, the bloke talks shite mate. Our injuries are nowhere near bad enough to justify our league position, performances etc. I’ve seen injury crisis’ we’ve had in the past and I’m sure you have too. Having 2-3 first teamers out of a starting eleven doesn’t put you in a relegation fight.

    A shit manager, with no tactical awareness and ability to motivate a team puts you in a relegation fight, alongside an owner and MD who don’t give a monkeys about the club as long as SD gets it’s coverage. Some players have been awful this season, but why? How can so many of them all be playing so badly? If it’s one or two then you can pin point it better but pretty much the whole team looks unhappy. It’s soon going to be too late to fix this unless action is taken now, but as I said before it can only be a short term fix as the only way this club can flourish again is to remove that f’kin cretin owner.

  5. Jimbob says:
    January 5, 2013 at 5:43 pm

    “Some players have been awful this season, but why? How can so many of them all be playing so badly?”

    Jimbob, you’re writing about a manager who had Carlos Tevez playing shit, and thought that Hayden Mullins was a better defensive midfielder than Javier Mascherano.

  6. Worky, in the context of my rant I was blaming him for it and not the players. They simply are not playing for him.

  7. No worries Worky, thought so. Get some info on Big Ron, Lawrie Sanchez and David Pleat ready for after the Norwich game. What price would it be Hughton’s Norwich ending Alan’s tenure.

  8. BBC….,
    Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has conceded that his side are in “real danger” of relegation from the Premier League if performances do not improve.

    fook me…,duuur-uuur!

  9. Jimbob says:
    January 5, 2013 at 5:59 pm

    “What price would it be Hughton’s Norwich ending Alan’s tenure.”

    I wrote how very ironic that would be in the last post Jimbob. We have Norwich, Reading and Villa in our next three games and if we can’t get significant points there, I can’t see a future for Pardiola.

  10. Poor Demba Ba must be really kicking himself for leaving Newcastle right now.

    “As Fernando Torres sat on the bench and watched Chelsea haul themselves back into this tie, he may well have felt his humiliation was complete. It took the Spaniard 14 games, or 732 minutes to be precise, to score his first goal for Chelsea after his £50m transfer from Liverpool in January 2011, and here was Demba Ba requiring just 35 minutes to do the same before getting a second in the second-half of this rout. Ba, one suspects, will not go through the sort of torture Torres has endured at Stamford Bridge.

    “The Senegal striker put in an impressive display on his first start for Chelsea following his arrival from Newcastle, showing a level of determination and muscular presence to score his two goals here…”

  11. Worky: I watched that Chelsea game and Demba Ba looked like he had been playing for them for years. His movement was great and he had 3 or 4 good chances and converted 2. He also didn’t have to drop back into the midfield area to collect the ball like he often did with us.

  12. I have to say this again. He put on 2 subs at half time admitting that he picked the wrong team/tactics a-f@cking-gain. How often do we have to see this before concluding that he doesn’t have a clue. I despair.

    Maybe we should loan out some of the young-uns they will be able to get better coaching than they do at NUFC.

  13. Aleister Crowley wrote in the Book of the Law that the way of mastery is to break all the rules, but that you have to know all of the rules perfectly before you can break them, otherwise you will never be in a position to transcend them.

    Well Ashley seems to think he can break all the rules of running a football club without understanding the first f@cking thing about football in the first place. What’s worst of all though is that he didn’t learn his lesson the first time when he got the club relegated. Just when he was finding the salvation which he didn’t deserve, he wrecked it all and started to repeat the whole process over again. What an odious, arrogant, detetable buffoon he is. Ditto for his fawning little sidekick.

  14. hi works…you doing ok.

    lemmy of motorhead was in my company the night and he was adamant that hit record…the ace of spades..was a punk song!!

    .not sure me sel like –

  15. @komfort

    when i was at school non of the punks liked motorhead, they were a metaller’s band.

    i suppose motorhead did lots of speed though and that was the punk drug of choice… if you don’t count glue.

  16. komfort says:
    January 6, 2013 at 2:10 am

    “hi works…you doing ok.

    lemmy of motorhead was in my company the night and he was adamant that hit record…the ace of spades..was a punk song!!”

    Not too bad thanks Komfort. You?

    It was Lemmy who tried (and failed) to teach Sid Vicious how to play bass. He said that Sid was the most unmusical person he’d ever met. When the Sex Pistols recorded NMTB wihtout Glen Matlock, the producer Chris Thomas eventually had to tune down Steve Jones’ guitar to make something vaguely resembling the bass parts. Lemmy did indeed bring a kind of punk sensibility to heavy metal too.

  17. Funny AP saying he needs to get his best players back…now Alan, I know you’re totally unaware of a lot of what our ownership does but I regret to inform you that our best player this season was just sold…