Alan Pardew is challenging his Newcastle squad to avenge Sunday’s 3-0 home loss to Sunderland by finishing above them next season.Paolo Di Canio enjoyed his first victory in charge of the Black Cats in emphatic style at St James' Park, with goals from Stephane Sessegnon, Adam Johnson and David Vaughan piling misery on Newcastle.
Newcastle have condemned the behaviour of a section of their fans after the 3-0 home loss to Sunderland in Sunday's Tyne-Wear derby.Violence broke out between Newcastle fans and police after the final whistle had gone, with 29 arrests being made, with three police officers suffering injuries.
Violence erupted as fans clashed with police following Sunderland's 3-0 win over Newcastle at St James' Park on Sunday.There were chaotic scenes in Newcastle city centre as disgruntled fans set bins on fire and threw bottles, bricks and firecrackers at police officers mounted on horses.
Paolo Di Canio described his Sunderland players as 'warriors' and 'heroes' after the emphatic 3-0 victory over Newcastle.Sunderland took the lead in the first half of Sunday's Tyne-Wear derby through Stephane Sessegnon and, after a Papiss Cisse equaliser was incorrectly ruled offside, further strengthened their advantage with exceptional strikes from Adam Johnson and David Vaughan.
Newcastle keeper Tim Krul will miss the rest of the season after dislocating his shoulder in Sunday's 3-0 drubbing by Sunderland.Krul landed awkwardly after punching the ball clear during the match, and was swiftly replaced by Rob Elliot on 57 minutes before being taken to hospital for assessment.
Paolo Di Canio picked up his first points as Sunderland manager as his side sensationally beat Newcastle United 3-0 on Sunday.Stephane Sessegnon's first-half strike gave the visitors a deserved half-time lead in the Tyne-Wear derby before unstoppable long range efforts from Adam Johnson and David Vaughan secured the victory which moves the Black Cats three points clear of the drop zone.
Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse says he is desperate to score his first Tyne-Wear derby goal against Sunderland this Sunday.Cisse admitted his first clash between the two sides took him by surprise as there was a clear change in tempo from regular Premier League matches to the derby.
Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio insists any fascist-style chanting from Newcastle supporters won't affect him during the North East derby.There have been concerns that the game at St James' Park on Sunday, coupled with the recent appointment of the controversial Italian, could spark trouble among supporters.
The 144th Tyne-Wear derby between rivals Newcastle and Sunderland on Sunday has a lot more riding on it than just local bragging rights.Newcastle (36 points) find themselves only five points clear of the relegation zone in 13th position while Sunderland are clinging to safety by the skin of their teeth.
Newcastle fans have been warned by police that they may face arrest should they taunt Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio on Sunday.The Italian has rarely been out of the headlines since his arrival at the Stadium of Light, largely due to his political beliefs, and police feel this topic may well represent ammunition for a hostile home crowd.
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