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Bournemouth are the team that will provide the next competitive opposition for Newcastle United.

A League Cup fourth round match at St James’ Park on Wednesday December 21, 29 days away.

Bournemouth have now revealed their ticket allocation for the match.

Official announcement from Bournemouth – 22nd November 2022:

“Ticket details have been released for our Carabao Cup fourth round at Newcastle United.

The Cherries travel to St James Park on Wednesday December 21, with a 7.45pm kick-off scheduled for our first game after the World Cup break.

We received an allocation of 1,079 tickets from the host club.

Good news, because that means we’re going to see over 51,000 Newcastle fans inside St James’ Park supporting the team in hopefully the last eight of the competition.

For Newcastle United fans, tickets for this Bournemouth game have gone on sale to season ticket holders (outside tier 7) allowing them to purchase their own seats from 10am on Thursday 17 November.

Then Tier 7 season ticket holders were able to purchase their own seats for Newcastle v Bournemouth from 10am this morning (Tuesday 22 November).

The official NUFC ticketing site now says that from 10am this Friday, November 25, all season ticket holders and members can purchase up to four matches each for this Bournemouth Cup game.

Then general online sale starting at 10 a.m. next Tuesday (November 29), again a maximum of four per person.

Ticket sales information for Newcastle v Leeds (kick-off 3pm on Saturday 31 December 2022):

On sale to Subscribers/Members from 10 a.m. on Thursday 24 November. Online sale only, one ticket per subscription.

Then general sale online from Thursday December 1st 10 am (if there are any left…), a prior purchase history would be necessary.

For Newcastle v Fulham tickets (match to be played on Sunday 15th January 2023 with kick off at 2pm)

On sale to Subscribers/Members from 10 a.m. on Tuesday, December 6. Online sale only, one ticket per subscription.

Then general sale online from Tuesday, December 20, 10 a.m. (if there are any left…).

(Tickets are also currently on general sale online for the Rayo Vallecano friendly match, which kicks off at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday 17

Go HERE to see all the info on the official NUFC ticketing site.

Newcastle United match and live TV schedule confirmed until end of January 2022:

Saturday 17 December 2022 Newcastle – Rayo Vallecano (12:30 p.m.) Friendly

Wednesday 21 December 2022 Newcastle – Bournemouth (7.45pm) League Cup Fourth Round

Monday December 26, 2022 – Leicester v Newcastle (3pm) Amazon Prime

Saturday 31 December 2022 – Newcastle v Leeds (3pm)

Tuesday 3 January 2022 – Arsenal v Newcastle (8pm) Sky Sports

Sunday 15 January 2023 – Newcastle v Fulham (2pm) Sky Sports

Saturday 21 January 2023 – Crystal Palace v Newcastle (5.30pm) Sky Sports

]]> Drivers warned of £5,000 fines ahead of Qatar World Cup Sat, 19 Nov 2022 05:02:34 +0000 Football fans getting excited about the World Cup in Qatar are being warned not to get carried away behind the wheel or they could face fines of up to £5,000.

The host nations are preparing for their opening matches at the World Cup, with the tournament due to start this weekend when Qatar take on Ecuador on Sunday afternoon.

But as excitement mounts, drivers have been warned playing classic football anthems while driving could result in hefty fines. The warning comes from Lotus Car Rental.

Singing loudly, dancing in your seat and being too excited behind the wheel could put you at risk of being distracted from your concentration on the road. Evidence of distraction prior to an accident could result in prosecution or dangerous driving or driving without care or attention.

Lotus Car Rental CEO Alexander Haraldsson said: “As we saw last year at Euro 2020, the outpouring of support from English fans across the country has been incredible and as we As we approach the start of the World Cup, the excitement is already starting to build. build for the tournament.

“While it may be tempting to crank up the volume of your favorite English tracks in the car, it’s essential to make sure you’re fully focused on the road when driving. By maintaining your focus, you’ll avoid increasing risk of accident, as well as a heavy fine.

“While you cannot be arrested for playing loud music, if the police believe it is causing a distraction such as blocking out other road users’ audible safety warnings such as their horns or an ambulance siren , they can penalize you.”

Although the warning is aimed at England fans, Wales fans will also be in good spirits with the national team appearing in the tournament for the first time since 1958. So it may be wise to avoid playing Yma o Hyd in your car for the next few weeks.

Sunak vows to support allies as Russian-made missiles hit Poland Wed, 16 Nov 2022 07:45:03 +0000 Rishi Sunak said Britain would “support our allies” but said it was “unlikely” Russia fired a missile that killed two people in Poland on Tuesday.

The prime minister’s comments came as Joe Biden pledged US support for Poland, with US intelligence suggesting the missile was fired by Ukrainian forces at an incoming Russian missile.

The prime minister took part in an emergency morning meeting over the incident at the G20 summit in Bali.

He was pictured sitting next to the US president, who convened the roundtable of like-minded G7 and NATO leaders.

French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, Canadian Justin Trudeau, Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, Ursula von der Leyen and Charles Michel of the European Commission and European Council, respectively, the Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte were also gathered in the room.

In an official record of the meeting, released by the European Union, the leaders said they had agreed to offer their “full support and assistance to Poland’s ongoing investigation”, while reaffirming their “unwavering support for Ukraine and the Ukrainian people in the face of ongoing Russian aggression”.

It comes as Mr Biden held a call with Polish President Andrzej Duda, during which the American “offered the full support and assistance of the United States to Poland’s investigation”.

The Prime Minister, who is currently at the G20 in Bali with other world leaders, said he had spoken to Foreign Secretary James Cleverly and Defense Secretary Ben Wallace about the incident.

Mr Sunak also spoke with Mr Duda and ‘reiterated UK solidarity’ with the country and ‘expressed condolences for the victims and their families’.

He tweeted: “We are urgently reviewing reports of a missile strike in Poland and will support our allies as they establish what happened.

“We are also coordinating with our international partners, including NATO.”

According to Downing Street, Mr Sunak offered Poland “all necessary assistance to establish as a matter of urgency what happened”.

“Leaders agreed to stay in close contact and continue to coordinate with our international partners, including NATO allies, on next steps,” a spokesperson said.

So far, little information is known about the incident, but it has already raised concerns in Ukraine and among the war-torn nation’s allies in Europe and beyond.

The Polish Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday evening that a Russian-made missile fell in eastern Poland and killed two people.

Several emergency services respond to an overturned car Sun, 13 Nov 2022 16:26:54 +0000 A car overturned on a busy road near Wimborne this afternoon, prompting several emergency services to respond.

Emergency services were called to a single vehicle accident on the B3082 Blandford road just before 3pm on Sunday November 13.

Two fire engines were present during the crash, involving only one car, along with the ambulance service and Dorset Police.

Witnesses say the road is passable towards Wimborne but is closed from Queen Elizabeth School. Towards Blandford.

A spokesman for Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Services said: ‘At 2.42pm DWFRS received calls for a traffic collision involving a vehicle.

“Two fire engines and two officers attended and the vehicle was brought to safety.

“Firefighters worked alongside the South West Ambulance Service and Dorset Police, and a stop message was given at 3.07pm.”

A Dorset Police spokesperson said: “We were called out at 2.30pm on Sunday November 13 to an overturned car on the B3082 Blandford Road.

“We went to the scene with the firefighters and the paramedics a little before 3 p.m.

“A car overturned on a grassy embankment. The driver was not injured.

“The road is closed but it should reopen very soon.”

We contacted the South West Ambulance Service for further details.

RMT calls off ScotRail strikes after rail company raises wage offer Thu, 10 Nov 2022 18:30:41 +0000 Union members embroiled in a bitter dispute with the nationalized Scottish Railway have called off strikes and will vote on whether or not to accept a pay rise from the company.

The Rail Maritime and Transport (RMT) union had threatened ScotRail with Christmas chaos and told bosses of the public company to raise their wage offer or have to tell passengers that trains were stopped every Friday and Saturday in December .

The RMT has now called off its strikes and overtime ban until Phil Campbell, ScotRail’s head of customer operations, urged them to accept.

“We are pleased to have reached an agreement with the RMT so that our staff have a say in our very strong salary offer. If accepted, it will result in an average base salary increase of 7.5%, job security for at least six years and increased commission payment allowances,” he said.

ScotRail has announced that the RMT has called off strike action as it asked its members if they would accept a raised wage offer (Jane Barlow/PA)

The member consultation agreement comes after a meeting between the rail company and the union on Wednesday and the meeting of the national executive committee of the RMT on Thursday.

ScotRail has increased its offer to workers for technology acceptance, taking it from £500 to £750, which will be consolidated into the base salary in addition to a 5% increase.

The rail company said this would mean an average increase of 7.5% for general grades, which include roles such as conductors, ticket examiners and station staff.

Wages for lower-paid staff would increase by more than 8.5%, the railway company said.

Other proposed measures include an increase in the minimum wage to £10.50 an hour and a 10 per cent increase in Sunday working pay.

A spokesman for Transport Scotland welcomed the decision to make the wage offer available to RMT members, and added that passengers would also welcome the suspension of strikes as the vote is taken.

“We encourage participants to consider the very real benefits of accepting this agreement, which is both fair and affordable,” the spokesperson said.

Parker thinks Trippier is injecting toughness into the Newcastle defense Mon, 07 Nov 2022 12:00:34 +0000 Kieran Trippier has injected much-needed toughness into the Newcastle defense and is recovering under Premier League pressure, according to former England full-back Paul Parker.

But the Italia 90 star admits the Magpies right-back still has a lot of work to do if he is to make his way onto the World Cup plane in England.

Trippier, 32, arrived at St. James’ Park from Atletico Madrid in January and played a crucial role in Newcastle’s rise to fourth in the Premier League table.

And with fellow England right-backs Kyle Walker and Reece James in a race against time to be fit for Qatar, that form catapulted Trippier into the Gareth Southgate equation.

Parker, who helped the Three Lions reach the World Cup semi-finals at Italia 90, hailed the impact of the former Tottenham ace but believes Walker and James remain the two most effective options in the English boss – if they are fit for the tournament.

The 58-year-old said: “Trippier loves going forward – but he knows his first job is to defend.

“As a result, I haven’t seen anyone tear it up.

“He knows how to defend and he knows how to duck and dive – like you have to if you play for Atletico.

“He had a good upbringing there and then he came back and put himself under a bit of pressure playing for Newcastle – the demands are high.

“But he came back at the right time and he’s a top player there.

“He’s doing well, but he’s not a Kyle Walker or a Reece James.

“He’s not a powerhouse that way with his running and everything.

“I think he’s more of a passing and movement player, he gets into good areas and has great delivery with the ball at his feet.”

Chelsea ace James, 22, has been sidelined with a knee injury in recent weeks while Manchester City star Walker, 32, underwent recent surgery for a groin injury after the his side’s 6-3 mayhem against local rivals Manchester United last month.

And Parker, who earned 19 caps for the Three Lions between 1989 and 1994, added: “It’s a real shame that James is injured at the moment.

“He hasn’t been written off yet, but it’s just a shame there’s this doubt around him.

“Walker had a few false dawns with his comeback and it didn’t work out.

“So he’s a bigger problem right now because if you choose him, could he fall apart again?

“Reece James is a different kind of animal and the best right-back in the country – I think they have to see how it works.”

Parker was speaking ahead of the Channel 4 documentary ‘Italia 90: When Football Changed Forever’, which aired its first episode on Monday night and sees Parker playing alongside England colleagues Stuart Pearce, Paul Gascoigne, John Barnes, Peter Shilton and Steve Bull .

England’s run to the semi-finals – where they suffered a heartbreak against Germany – still holds legendary status in Three Lions folklore.

And Parker, who played an unfortunate role in the Germans’ opener before providing the assist in leveler Gary Lineker, is delighted to help shine a light on the tournament more than three decades later.

He added: “I am involved in something that goes on and on.

“To see people still talking so passionately about Italia 90 32 years later is something I never expected.

“I thought it would have been done when we got home and the new season started, usually people move on.

“But you know, he just didn’t, he wasn’t allowed to die.”

Italia 90: When football changed forever. Broadcast on Channel 4 at 9pm on Monday October 31, includes interviews with Paul Parker, Stuart Pearce, Paul Gascoigne, John Barnes, Peter Shilton and Steve Bull #Italia90

Noel Gallagher’s handwritten lyrics for Wonderwall sold for £46,875 at auction Fri, 04 Nov 2022 21:39:08 +0000 A piece of paper with the lyrics to Wonderwall handwritten by Oasis star Noel Gallagher fetched £46,875 at auction after going under the hammer on Friday.

The page with the hit song in pencil is believed to have been written to help Gallagher during band rehearsals.

Handwritten lyrics by Noel Gallagher (Propstore/PA)

More than 1,500 lots, including some 500 musical items, are up for sale at Propstore’s auction through November 6.

Guitarist Gallagher and his brother Liam formed Oasis in 1991, but have been embroiled in a feud since the band broke up in 2009.

Noel Gallagher’s 1962 Epiphone Casino Guitar also went under the hammer on Friday and sold for £56,250.

Guitar Gallagher Propstore
Noel Gallagher’s 1962 Epiphone Casino guitar sold for £56,250 at auction (Propstore/PA)

He bought it on the advice of Paul Weller of The Jam and used it to record Oasis’ third album, Be Here Now, and the demos for the band’s fourth album, Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants.

The Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash’s leather jacket, which he wore at the start of the band and in the music video for their song Paradise City, also sold on Friday for £34,375.

A signed ticket to a Beatles concert also sold for more than double its original estimate of £12,500.

The auction features one of the largest collections of Oasis memorabilia to ever be auctioned in the UK, according to Propstore, including Noel Gallagher’s custom Gibson Les Paul Florentine glittering silver guitar and parka jacket worn by Liam Gallagher.

Propstore Slash Leather Jacket
Slash’s leather jacket, which he wore at the start of Guns N’ Roses (Propstore/PA)

The collection also includes items from Michael Jackson, Sex Pistols, Blur, Rihanna and the Spice Girls, ranging from clothing to signed posters.

David Bowie’s spacesuit, which was the defining stylistic motif of his 1980 music video Ashes To Ashes, Whitney Houston’s costume from Queen Of The Night from the movie The Bodyguard, and a signed gun license application from Elvis Presley, were also auctioned.

Propstore’s auction at Bafta’s headquarters in Piccadilly, London, opened on November 3 and will run until November 6.

Reduced speed limit on highways to tackle oil addiction suggested Wed, 02 Nov 2022 00:01:00 +0000

The International Energy Agency has proposed a ten-point plan to reduce global demand by 2.7 million barrels per day.

The plan includes a ban on driving cars in cities every Sunday, as well as a suggestion to reduce speed limits on motorways by 6mph.

The plan also calls for working from home three days a week and using high-speed overnight trains instead of planes where possible.

Echo of Bournemouth:

Here are the other suggestions put forward by the IEA:

  • Boost the adoption of electric and more efficient vehicles
  • Avoid business air travel where other options exist
  • Promote efficient driving for freight trucks and cargo delivery
  • Increase car-sharing practices to reduce fuel consumption
  • Alternative private car access to major city roads
  • Make public transport cheaper

It comes amid a warning that rising energy prices are discouraging drivers from switching to electric vehicles (EVs).

An AA survey of more than 12,500 motorists indicated that rising energy bills are the main reason for not switching to an EV for 10% of people.

A further 63% said the cost of electricity made them more reluctant to buy an EV, but that’s not the main reason to stick with a conventional fuel model.

AA President Edmund King believes the cost of living crisis means many drivers are keeping their existing vehicles longer than normal, but will consider electric vehicles once power markets stabilize.

In a speech to the Highways UK conference in Birmingham on Wednesday, he is expected to say: “Today there are almost half a million full electric vehicles on UK roads, with more models arriving. on the market each month.

“However, the cost of living and higher electricity costs are deterring almost three-quarters of drivers from making the switch now.

“For some drivers, this is a big psychological and practical leap from proven and reliable petrol or diesel cars to fully electric models.

“However, after making that leap, drivers won’t go back, and the change will ultimately lead to lower running costs and less damage to the environment.”

Sales of new petrol and diesel cars and vans in the UK will be banned from 2030.

But the latest figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders show that the rapid increase in sales of new pure electric cars has slowed in recent months.

Enrollment in the first three months of the year was 102% higher than the same period in 2021.

By the end of September, the year-to-date increase had fallen to 40.3%.

Antonio Conte praises Tottenham’s attitude in spectacular return to Bournemouth Sat, 29 Oct 2022 19:33:11 +0000

Tottenham boss Antonio Conte was relieved to see stoppage time winner Rodrigo Bentancur count for Bournemouth and admitted he fears a heart attack if they have another late goal disallowed.

Spurs ended their three-game winless streak with a dramatic 3-2 win at Vitality Stadium after second-half goals from Ryan Sessegnon, Ben Davies and Bentancur.

Bentancur completed the visitors’ comeback from two goals down with a side-footed finish two minutes into stoppage time to spark jubilant celebrations in scenes reminiscent of Wednesday’s 1-1 draw with Sporting Lisbon.

Tottenham were denied a midweek winner after VAR ruled Harry Kane’s late effort was offside and therefore prevented a Spurs victory that would have sent them to the Champions League in the Round of 16.

This meant that when Conte saw Bentancur shooting home late, he briefly walked through the tunnel before celebrating once he had been awarded.

He said: “I came back when I knew the goal was legal.

“I was thinking in my head and in my heart that I could have a heart attack because in two days to score and then get the goal disallowed I said I’m going down (the tunnel) and I stay calm then I wait for the decision of the referee.

“But of course it was great to see the desire of my players and the reaction they had. I also repeat the wickedness they put on the pitch because I saw in the eyes of my players the want to win this game.

“Also when we drew 2-2, then in our mind the only thought was to take the ball and start playing again. This reaction has been really positive and I want it from my players.

Conte had made six changes since the draw with Sporting ahead of Tuesday’s crucial trip to Marseille, but the move looked set to backfire when Kieffer Moore hit a brace for the hosts to put them up two after 50 minutes.

Sessegnon started the comeback with a weak effort that came off the post seven minutes later and substitute Ivan Perisic picked out Ben Davies from a corner shortly after with the Wales international heading home with Cherries keeper Mark Travers caught in the no man’s land.

Another set-piece produced the winner with Son’s delivery falling for Bentancur, who returned home to end a difficult period for Tottenham after suffering back-to-back league defeats to Manchester United and Newcastle.

“I think we’ve started a journey with this group of players,” Conte said ahead of his first birthday at Spurs on Wednesday.

“For me, these guys are really, really good guys, really good players, but sometimes they lose confidence easily.

“I think you have to try to work and keep working on this aspect because sometimes it’s frustrating that you try, you work a lot and try to find a solution to hurt your opponent and sometimes you see your team go up and down, up and down.

“We have to try to find stability. I ask my players after the first half to take responsibility in their decision and when I talk about responsibility to make decisions on the pitch, important decisions and difficult passes.

“For us, I think it’s an important step that we had to take. We are working, we are a work in progress, but at the same time there is a lot of room for improvement and we have to do it.

Bournemouth caretaker manager Gary O’Neil was disappointed to see his side suffer a third consecutive defeat but acknowledged the quality of the opposition.

“They put everything in and nothing out. The nature of it is hard to bear, so I’m really disappointed for the band,” O’Neil admitted.

“When they bring in Lucas Moura, Perisic, Bryan Gil, Bentancur and keep bringing world class players off the bench, you think it’s tricky. We lost to Tottenham and that’s never a shame.”

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Bournemouth have lost two of their last five games and languish in 14th place in the table, with 13 points from their first 12 games. Spurs suffered a massive drop in form with back-to-back defeats to Manchester United and Newcastle United. However, manager Antonio Conte insisted the team are just getting started with injuries not helping their case this season.

Head-to-head, Tottenham have dominated this game lately winning 9 of the 11 games between the two teams. Bournemouth are coming off a disappointing 2-0 defeat to West Ham in their last game. With the FIFA World Cup coming up next month, Bournemouth will be aiming to upset a struggling Tottenham side in the league with their last win at Goodison Park earlier this month.

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Bournemouth team news

David Brooks and Lloyd Kelly are still unavailable through injury, with Ben Pearson available for selection after recovering from a knee problem. Jordan Zemura and Jaidon Anthony have impressed in recent weeks and could push for a start in Gary O’ Neill’s starting lineup.

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Tottenham team news

Dejan Kulusevski and Richarlison are injured and Conte admitted the pair may not feature until the World Cup. Cristian Romero was also doubtful last game but could return after recovering from a calf problem. Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min are expected to lead the attack again with Lucas Moura adding some attacking firepower in the absence of key stars.

Bournemouth vs Tottenham Predicted XI

Bournemouth Predicted XI – Neto; Fredericks, Mepham, Senesi, Zemura; Christie, Lerma, Cook, Tavernier; Billing, Solanke

Tottenham Hotspur predict XI – Loris; Sanchez, Dier, Davies; Emerson, Skipp, Bentancur, Bissouma, Perisic; Kane, son

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When will Bournemouth vs Tottenham start in the Premier League? – Date

Bournemouth vs Tottenham match will be played on October 29, 2022

What time will the Bournemouth vs Tottenham game start? – Time

Bournemouth vs Tottenham kicks off at 7.30pm IST

Where will Bournemouth vs Tottenham be played? – Venue

The game will start at Vitality Stadium

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Premier League LIVE: When and where to watch the live stream?

Premier League: who will be the match official? Arbitrator

The referee for Bournemouth vs Tottenham has not been chosen yet.

How to watch Bournemouth vs Tottenham live stream?

Bournemouth vs Tottenham will be broadcast live on Disney+ Hotstar VIP. Fans will need to subscribe to Hotstar’s VIP plan to stream Premier League games live. Indian Premier League fans can also stream the match live on Jio TV.

Which TV channel will show Bournemouth vs Tottenham live?

The Premier League rights belong to the Star Sports Network. Thus, the matches will be broadcast on various Star Sports channels.

Fans will be able to watch English commentary on Star Sports Select and apart from that, regional fans will also have the option to watch the game in their preferred language. Regional commentary in Bengali and Malayalam will be available for key weekend matches on Star Sports 3 and Star Sports 1 Bangla.

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