Morecambe vs Newcastle United League Cup full match video, highlights and interviews

Posted on August 29th, 2013 | 6 Comments |

Full match video of the League Cup encounter between Morecambe and Newcastle United from the Globe Arena, Morecambe (second half below).

Second half.

Match highlights

Highlights from Wednesday evening’s League Cup game between Morecambe and Newcastle United.

Alternative highlights.

Post match interview with Alan Pardew.

Score and goalscorers.

Morecambe 0, Newcastle United 2 (Sh.Ameobi 84, Sm Ameobi 93).

Teams and other match facts.

Morecambe (4-3-3): Barry Roche (G), Andrew Wright, Andy Parrish, Mark Hughes (C), Tony Diagne, Ryan Williams, Stewart Drummond (Joe Mwasile 88), Andrew Fleming (Alex Kenyon 77), Padraig Amond (Marcus Marshall 57), Jack Sampson, Kevin Ellison

Subs: Andreas Arestidou (G), Robbie Threlfall, Alex Kenyon, Marcus Marshall, Chris McCready, Joe McGee, Joe Mwasile.

Newcastle United (4-2-3-1): Rob Elliot (G), Mathieu Debuchy, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa (C), Curtis Good, Paul Dummett; Gael Bigirimana, Dan Gosling, Sammy Ameobi, Haris Vuckic (Shola Ameobi HT), Sylvain Marveaux (Moussa Sissoko 88) Yoan Gouffran (Hatem Ben Arfa 71).

Subs: Jak Alnwick, Davide Santon, Remie Streete, Vurnon Anita, Moussa Sissoko, Hatem Ben Arfa, Shola Ameobi

Yellow cards: Andrew Fleming (12), Sylvain Marveaux (41), Jack Sampson (75).

Red cards: None.

Referee: Mark Haywood (West Yorks)

Attendance: TBC.

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  1. I am trying to figure out what team Pardew will play.

    He’ll probably start Cabaye in place of Anita. Cabaye will probably go all out to catch Wenger’s eye.

    Remy will probably start on the bench although Pardew is almost impossible to predict. He kept Ben Arfa on the bench for a month after injury but then after the next injury he started him on a plastic pitch.

    He’ll probably start Shola.

    Who knows, there could be a miracle and we sign somebody.

  2. Nah, he’s pretty sure Cabaye will be gone by then. He pretty much asked Arsenal to put in another bid.

    He’ll definitely start Shola-and I can’t see why not. If he’s starting a second forward though, I have to say I’d probably go with Gouffran at this point.

  3. I have a 3 point plan:

    1. Fire Pardew

    2. Bring back Ba

    3. Let Chuck coach the team, of course with Mondays and Wednesdays off so he can collect some mussels at Budle Bay.

  4. If we hold onto Cabaye it will be like getting a new player over the line. A depressed player, who may or may not have gone on strike, and who doesn’t want to be here. Actually, it sounds ideal for Pardew’s NUFC.

  5. @4: sort of describes Ben Arfa as well because he went on strike at Marseilles, was sulky and spent all of his time in France when he was injured.

  6. Ba’s agent has said he won’t be back here, which doesn’t surprise me. He’ll go somewhere though-Mourinho didn’t even name him in the squad v CFC and now they’re getting Eto’o-so it’ll probably be a real kick in the nuts when he goes to one of our theoretical rivals.