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Newcastle score first away win at Tottenham

On the up: Alan Pardew's Newcastle side are out of the relegation zone after beating Tottenham at White Hart Lane. Credit: PA
Newcastle's Jack Colback (right) battles for the ball with Tottenham's Erik Lamela (centre) in today's Premier League clash. Credit: PA

Newcastle have got their first away win of the season.

They went 1-0 down to Tottenham at White Hart Lane in the first half but then scored twice after the break to claim all three points.

They have now leaped out of the relegation zone and are 14th in the Premier League table.

Saturday's football results

Moving in: Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez finds himself surrounded by Sunderland players Lee Cattermole (left), Jack Rodwell (behind) and Sebastian Larsson (right). Credit: PA
Messy: Sunderland's Vito Mannone spills the ball under pressure from Arsenal's Per Mertesacker. Credit: PA

Sunderland's last Premier League outing ended in disaster, they lost 8-0 at Southampton last weekend, so they were hoping to make amends when Arsenal visited the Stadium of Light this afternoon.

In the end, the Londoners proved too much for them, the contest finished 2-0 to Arsenal.

Going places? Aitor Karanka's Middlesbrough side remain in the play-off places after managing a draw at home to Watford today. Credit: PA

In the Championship, Middlesbrough could not hold on to their lead, conceding to Watford mid-way through the second half. The game finsihed 1-1. Boro have now slipped to 5th in the Championship table but they remain in the play-off places.

And in League Two, Hartlepool went down to Cambridge but lost 2-1. There was better news for York, however, they drew 1-1 at home against Mansfield.

You can see more on all the day's action here.

Colin Cooper resigns as Hartlepool manager

Colin Cooper has resigned as Hartlepool manager. Credit: ITV Tyne Tees

Hartlepool manager Colin Cooper has resigned after the club went bottom of the Football League.

They lost 3-0 to Carlisle United, who achieved their biggest away win in three years.

The defeat put Hartlepool bottom of the table, and the former Middlesbrough player and coach left his first managerial post.

"We would like to thank Colin for his efforts during the last eighteen months.

“We are glad that we gave him his break in management and would like to wish him every success in the future.”

– Hartlepool chairman Ken Hodcroft, in a statement on the club's website

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Pardew: What the papers say

Today's papers Credit: ITV

The Chronicle - Lee Ryder - Alan Pardew's only quick exit from Newcastle United would be to resign from and wave goodbye to a compensation package.

The Mirror - Simon Bird - The Toon Army are furious and the form since last December is that of a side on its way to relegation, but Ashley's axe probably won't fall any time soon.

The Telegraph - Luke Edwards - Ashley to defy supporters and give Pardew until Christmas to turn club around despite dismal defeat at Southampton.

The Guardian - Louise Taylor- Alan Pardew is expected to still be in charge of Newcastle United when Hull City visit St James’ Park on Saturday. Although defeat against Steve Bruce’s side would effectively make Pardew’s position untenable, Ashley, is famously impervious to supporter opinion.

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