Club Brugge vs Newcastle United full match video and highlights

Posted on November 9th, 2012 | 17 Comments |

Club Brugge v Newcastle United full match video.

Club Brugge v Newcastle United full match video (opens in new window).

Club Brugge v Newcastle United ESPN highlights (opens in new window).

A video of the whole Europa League Group D match between Club Brugge and Newcastle United at the Jan Breydel stadium in Bruges, along with a link to ESPN’s online highlights.

Score / Goalscorers.

Club Brugge 2 (Ivan Trickovski 14, Jesper Jorgensen 19), Newcastle United 2 (Vurnon Anita 42, Shola Ameobi 43).

Teams and match details.

Club Brugge (4-2-3-1): Bojan Jorgacevic; Tom Hogli, Carl Hoefkens (c), Michael Almeback, Jordi; Ryan Donk, Vadis Odjidja (Nathaniel Lagrou 81), Maxime Lestienne, Jesper Jorgensen, Ivan Trickovski (Mohamed Tchite HT), Carlos Bacca.

Subs: Vladan Kujovic, Bart Buysee, Bjorn Engels, Birger Verstraete, Nathaniel Lagrou, Mohamed Tchite, Bjorn Vleminckx.

Newcastle United (4-2-3-1): Tim Krul (G), Vurnon Anita, Mike Williamson (Steven Taylor 59), Fabricio Coloccini (C), James Tavernier, Gael Bigirimana (Yohan Cabaye 72), Cheick Tiote, Sammy Ameobi (Romain Amalfitano 83), Sylvain Marveaux, Gabriel Obertan, Shola Ameobi.

Subs: Rob Elliot (G), Shane Ferguson, Davide Santon, Steven Taylor, Yohan Cabaye, Romain Amalfitano, Papiss Cisse.

Yellow cards: Cheick Tiote (37), Michael Almeback (48), Carl Hoefkens (70), Yohan Cabaye (87)

Red cards: None.

Referee: L. Banti‎ (Italy).

Attendance: 18,000.

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17 Responses

  1. you have to give them credit for getting themselves back into the game, and getting the result, they needed.
    what was obvious from the first encounter, at st james’ park, was brugge were dangerous, on the counter attack.
    for what ever reason we didn’t heed this, and the warning signs, were there early on.

    we gave away two poor goals, from a defensive point of view, and the second one, i thought the kid could have sent a telegram, before it hit the back of the net.

    a good volley from “big vern”, and dare i say it, “the fenham eusabio”, that was painful, chipped in with a another yewropean goal.

    we did struggle at times, against a side who were championship standard, at best!.
    i watched lazio’s second string against panatinaikos, and they were clinical, in the way they went about their task.
    we seem to dally and dilly, and try to walk the ball into net.
    lets be honest, we got the result, but it has to be better than that, because tougher tests lie ahead.

  2. TROJAN RECORDS 73 says:
    November 9, 2012 at 9:52 am

    “we did struggle at times, against a side who were championship standard, at best!.”

    A little harsh Trojan. I looked at them quite closely and they were more like a top end Championship club. They had a bit of an injury situation and so we weren’t the only ones who were missing some top players. They’re also in turmoil and under a caretaker ATM.

  3. Waddle kept talking about how we were were ‘dominating’ them for most of the game last night, but i didn’t get that at all and thought it was as even as the scoreline. They had a good spell when they scored scored 2 goals in just a few minutes and so did we and the rest was pretty even.

    Vurnon and Shola were the men of the match and though i hate to say it, Colo was shite!

  4. Toontony

    Yes you are right and i mentioned that in a comment during the game, but qualified it by adding (look who he’s having to cover for)were talking bout Colo here.
    Why do you think Taylor was inserted during the second half.

    As for Anita, why was he playing as a defender, obviously the guys skills are similar to Cabaye’s, can lay on good passes, can score and like Cabaye not afraid to put his foot in.

    From what i see from Pardew, half the side were playing out of position, which raises the question, do we have the most versitile players in the league or does he know what he’s doing ?

    Playing Obertan, a right footed player on the left flank and Marveaux a leftie on the right side.
    Santon and Anita, same thing, whats that about ?

    Actually i fail to see why young Ferguson is not our regular left winger as he’s the most productive of the bunch.

    I realize Marveaux has’nt looked great lately, why would he? not having had any game practice, he should have been fed in for the last fifteen to twenty minutes over time.

    I think this was the first time i have seen Amalfitano play, thought he was the finished article, apparently not.

    And whats up with Simpson ?

    Carroll is gonna have a field day with Colo. out this weekend and expect Nolan to prove something.
    Pardew has claimed he would have Nolan back (but it’s about the money) my ass, he could’nt wait to get rid of both him and Joey, troublemaking scousers.

  5. chuck says:

    Toontony

    Yes you are right and i mentioned that in a comment during the game, but qualified it by adding (look who he’s having to cover for)were talking bout Colo here.
    Why do you think Taylor was inserted during the second half.

    If you mean Willamson I thought he was ok until he was taken off Chuck. The way Colo was playing it was more a case of Williamson covering for him! Pardew was probably just not over tiring Willamson and Taylor for West Ham by giving them a half each as he can’t play Colo. I’ve noticed that you dont like Williamson very much though :-)

  6. toontony says:
    November 9, 2012 at 5:05 pm

    “Waddle kept talking about how we were were ‘dominating’ them for most of the game last night, but i didn’t get that at all and thought it was as even as the scoreline. They had a good spell when they scored scored 2 goals in just a few minutes and so did we and the rest was pretty even.

    “Vurnon and Shola were the men of the match and though i hate to say it, Colo was shite!”

    Toontony, I would say that Newcastle United definitely dominated possession over the whole game, though of course, that doesn’t necessarily mean dominating the match. Ironically, they were a bit like us in the Premiership, soaking up pressure in they’re own half and looking to hit us on the counter, which they did.

    Waddle’s always gannin’ on about “domination,” I think he might be into a bit of S&M on the quiet!

    Good to see someone else with a bit of sense sticking up for the big lad! You’re right that Chuck absolutely hates him. ;-)

  7. chuck says:
    November 9, 2012 at 5:34 pm

    “And whats up with Simpson ?

    “Carroll is gonna have a field day with Colo. out this weekend and expect Nolan to prove something.”

    Simpson didn’t play Chuck. I think he’s still recovering from a bit of a knock and Pardew was probably saving him for West Ham.

    Nolan has nothing at all to prove. He isn’t a Geordie and he’s moved on. He’s got a better contract, he’s living in the greatest city in the world, he’s the highest goalscorer for West Ham this season, and one of the highest goalscoring midfielders in the Premiership so far. I really don’t think he loses any sleep over Newcastle, or the stupid fans who try to put him down after all he did for the team. What they say says more about them than it does about Kevin Nolan.

  8. Colo’s absence may be well timed. He’s on fairly poor form currently. Taylor & Williamson are perfectly capable of containing the one-dimensional threat WHU present. Capable-they need to play well though. This is a solid Allardyce side. So it may be nice not to have Tiote giving away FKs all over the park too.

  9. tunyc says:
    November 9, 2012 at 8:21 pm

    “Taylor & Williamson are perfectly capable of containing the one-dimensional threat WHU present.”

    I wouldn’t be so sure tunyc. They were very direct in the Championship, and yes, they still are mostly (but so are we!). However, they have shown a few signs of variation sometimes, and can be very effective on the flanks as well as just hoofing it up the middle. Players such as Benayoun offer a bit of guile which belies the “route one” stereotypes about Allardyce, and Nolan has been his usual self since he left for the capital. Have any of his midfield replacements at St James’ scored five goals yet?

  10. I’ve seen them play a few games this season, Worky. They do have more to them than hoofball at times but they don’t display it frequently, especially away from home. Willo & Saylor are good enough to deal with them in the air or on the ground in any case…

  11. worky, Ive never understood all the bad mouthing of Nolan since he left the club either, especially about him being a shite player who wouldn’t get in the team nowadays. He was a great player and captain for us in some very difficult times, and he still is a great player. Can’t blame him for wanting a better contract after what Ashley wanted to give him.

  12. Sure Nolan is a good player and so was Joey, but Pardew on his arrival,singled them out immediately, as his most difficult problem.
    What am i on about ?
    He realised, if he was to ever gain control of the dressing room, he had to get rid of both, toute de suite.
    They had too much influence and threatened his role as manager.
    Fortunately for him, Nolans contract was coming up, he wanted more dosh and probably a bit of security, where’as Joey was getting himself into trouble with his twittering.
    Resulting in Pardew possibly convincing wor Mike to dump both.
    A more astute BSA saw the opportunity to sign a former player of his, with a track record, who could be a positive influence on his W/Ham side, and signed him.
    Which at this day was a positive move.
    And though Pardew sez, he would like to have him back, but it’s about the money, is simply bullshit.
    The last two players he wants on Tyneside are Joey and Nolan.
    The only thing we as NUFC fans can look at as a possitive move over the last few years is Hughtons bringing in Carr.
    Who has selected a number of good players, perhaps not all will be successful, hey! thats hard.
    But the problem is, Pardew does’nt have a clue what to do with them.
    Plays them out of position, has no idea tactically, lucked out last season, primarily due to the fact we had some talented players.
    Just dont expect a repeat of last season, it was a lucky break which will not repeat it’self, unfortunately.

  13. How can a club, paying the wages of the enormity of Chelsea, or Mam. U. or Arsenal, possibly make a profit ?
    But it happens.
    It’s not brain surgery, it’s about having the right people running the club.
    And yes, theres a certain recognition of these sides as in the case of Liverpool of having won something over the last coupla decades and selling a lotta shirts.
    But primarily it’s about management and marketing, especially when it comes to tv revenue.
    How can we with some refugee from an odds making role in some casino, be expected to have the vision to expand NUFC into a world wide brand.
    You gotta be kidding?
    And until MA realises this we will be a club, with enormous potential, a fifty thousand seater state of he art stadium, filled for every home game, with an owner who lacks vision.
    That, or he just intends to use the club as an advertising board for his real business.
    But Mike knows best, thats why he hires incompetent yes men, when with the right GM and manager, there’s no knowing the limits of this club.
    With the advent of big US tv investment arriving next season and possibly future bidding wars over tv rights, do we want a clown like Llambias negotiating our position ?
    Why have so many English clubs been bought by foreign investors ?
    Because of vision, they see the potential of bread and circuses.

  14. Toon tony @6#
    If you think Williamson was taken of for no reason, look at the highlights of both Brugge goals and tell me he was’nt completely out of position.
    Which left Colo. the onlyone covering, ergo my qualifier concerning Colo not having a good game, “look who he was covering for”
    Go ahead check it out!

  15. chuck says:
    November 10, 2012 at 1:28 am

    “He realised, if he was to ever gain control of the dressing room, he had to get rid of both, toute de suite.”

    Well, Barton is Barton, but how many other managers have had a problem with Nolan Chuck? They usually tend to say things such as “great professional,” “great to have in the dressing room” and so on. Ashley just did his usual thing, ie arrange a smear campaign after someone popular had been sacked, or has left the club. With Nolan, Hughton and the dressing room thing it was two for the price of one. We Geordies have never been the sharpest tools in the box, but you seem to have fallen for the same thing?

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