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Gallowgate is a provider of Television Production.In March 2012, Gallowgate was acquired by James Grant Group. The valuation of Gallowgate was undisclosed. Other terms of the deal were not released.

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Newcastle United 0-0 Burnley: Magpies dumped out on penalties

Aug 25, 2021

Newcastle United 0-0 Burnley: Magpies dumped out on penalties The Clarets and Magpies lined up for an all-Premier League tie at St James' Park 22:01, 25 AUG 2021 The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now Invalid EmailSomething went wrong, please try again later. Subscribe We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Newcastle United's nerves failed them in a penalty shoot-out to close the door on one of the domestic cup competitions before the end of August. The win-less Magpies had their chances to win it in normal time but could not find a way past Wayne Hennessey in the Burnley goal. Despite managing 18 shots before the spot-kicks, the onus fell on United's two most creative stars in Miguel Almiron and Allan Saint-Maximin but both saw their attempts saved by the 34-year-old Clarets stopper. Successes from the spot for Sean Longstaff, Joelinton and Joe Willock, as well as Freddie Woodman's save to deny Josh Brownhill counted for nothing as Burnley edged it 4-3. Before the penalty agony, Steve Bruce's side had looked the more likely but a lack of conviction handed Burnley the chance to book a place in round three. The Clarets won the toss before the game and opted to shoot towards the Gallowgate in the second half, no doubt tipped off to do so by former Newcastle coach Steve Stone. United started the game nervously before Javier Manquillo broke down the right on three minutes but his cross to the back post was easily gathered by Wales' international veteran Hennessey. It took Newcastle 10 minutes to register their first goal attempt when Jeff Hendrick picked up the ball on the edge of the area but his effort rolled wide of the target against his former club. Burnley offered precious little in return in the first quarter and were quick to close United down as they tried to build some pressure. The first opportunity for the visitors arrived mid-way through the first half when Jay Rodriquez tried his luck from distance but it screeched over the bar. Two minutes later, a mis-hit shot from Sean Longstaff fell for Joelinton only for the Brazilian's follow up effort hit a Burnley defender before Sean Dyche's side cleared the danger. Hendrick then saw two shots deflected wide for wasted corners either side of the half-hour mark as Newcastle stayed on the front-foot. With 33 minutes played, Jamaal Lascelles climbed high to send a header over the bar as United fought hard to find the breakthrough. Despite a spirited first half, in terms of winning the ball back in the middle, Newcastle were unable to find a shot on target let alone an opening goal and went in level at the break. The Magpies should have taken the lead four minutes into the second half when Joelinton cut the ball across for Hendrick but the Republic of Ireland international struck a shot from close range into the body of Hennessey and the effort spun over the bar. Read More Ten minutes into the second period, a deft ball long pass down the left from Ciaran Clark found Dwight Gayle, who'd barely been in the contest up until that point, however, the former Crystal Palace's man's shot struck the underside of the bar and bounced to safety for Burnley. Three minutes later, a Ryan Fraser corner found Joelinton at the back post but despite beating Burnley's big men in the air his header bounced wide of the upright. With the game still deadlocked at the mid-way point of the second half, Bruce sent Allan Saint-Maximin to warm up with Newcastle starting to run out of ideas. Although, Gayle was presented with another good chance on 70 minutes as Joelinton swept the ball in from the right-hand side only for Hennessey to come out again and make a vital block. Manquillo was next to try his luck with a stinging effort from the right-hand side that Hennessey tipped over. But Bruce turned to his subs with Saint-Maximin and Joe Willock introduced for the final 15 minutes as they replaced Gayle and Manquillo. The double change lifted the crowd as Newcastle looked to find a winner without the need for a penalty shoot-out. Burnley star Dwight McNeil tried an audacious effort with 10 minutes to go but his effort was high and wide at Gallowgate. The last roll of the dice from the United coaching team came with seven minutes left on the clock as Miguel Almiron replaced Fraser. The Scotland forward had given it his all and produced a dozen balls into the box before running out of steam. And so to that penalty shoot-out, as Saint-Maximin's elaborate shuffle failed to pay off with Hennessey saving well before Chris Wood netted. Willock equalised but Ashley Barnes beat Woodman. A great strike from Joelinton levelled matters again but McNeil beat the Toon keeper again. With pressure building, Sean Longstaff made it 3-3 and Woodman handed Newcastle a great chance by denying Brownhill. However, Almiron looked unsure and again the keeper saved before Charlie Taylor dealt the final, fatal blow to Newcastle's League Cup campaign. Attendance: 30,082

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