U-18s-Newcastle v Manchester United

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    Traore who was looking lively has been replaced due to injury.
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    35 min: Traore is replaced by Barlow after injury. He has been hacked down several times by Newcastle players, who couldn’t get near him legally.
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    Half time: United more and more dominant, coming close to scoring when a shot from Ramazani hit the post.
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    Definitely finished the half stronger. Chong with a couple of excellent runs that opened up Newcastle. Need him to get on the ball more in the second half.

    Traore was looking very lively before he was taken off due to injury with some fantastic surging runs. Hopefully it's nothing serious..
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    Manchester United haven't drawn a match 0-0 at this level since Dec 2014, Marcus Rashford played that day against Liverpool, whatever became of him ?
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    Newcastle lead 1-0, long ball misjudged by O'Connor and the Newcastle player makes no mistake.
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    Chong looking menacing
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    Chong scores
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    1-1
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    Great response from United, Chong makes it 1-1
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    Galbraith on for Puigmal, who was quiet
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    Last change - McGhee on for Mellor (74 mins)
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    Sorry Ref, that's a straight red, don't care if there's a covering defender
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    Chong down injured after a cynical challenge from the Newcastle player who had no chance of winning the ball.
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    Penalty !!
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    Penalty to United
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    Chong misses from the spot
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    Hindsight and all, but maybe Barlow should've taken it
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    What a name the Newcastle number 7, Kurtis Russell ffs :lol:
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    Newcastle score in injury time
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    Yeah, thought that :lol:
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    And a Manchester lad has won it !!
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    I bet they have a kid in the academy called Tomothy Cruise or something :lol:
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    Galbraith gets sent off
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    Don't care what he said to get a red card. It won't be as bad as that Newcastle plodder trying to snap Chong's achilles. Clown of a ref.
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    Full-time we lose 1-2
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    Arsenal had a Tom Cruise circa 2010, now living the Hollywood lifestyle at Torquay United :lol:
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    Is it me or is the standard of refereeing much worse than it used to be in the youth teams? Sure, they've always let players get away with a bit more rough play than at first team level but I always used to be quite impressed by the standards set and the control the refs had over the game. Can't remember the last time I thought that.