'CAPTAIN TO CLOWN' - FORMER NEWCASTLE MANAGERS GRAEME SOUNESS AND ALAN PARDEW BLAST JONJO SHELVEY

Shelvey's second half red card for a stamp on Dele Alli allowed Spurs to seal a 2-0 win at St James' Park this afternoon

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