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Newcastle have had 10 red cards since the start of 2014 15Was it a penalty?Newcastle were furious with referee Robert Madley's decision because the penalty and resulting dismissal of their skipper changed the shape of what was a crucial Wear Tyne derby.

The Black Cats had been second best throughout the first half, with just three shots compared to Newcastle's 12, but were handed a route into the game when Coloccini was adjudged to have fouled Fletcher.

The defender ran across Fletcher as he attempted to latch on to a through ball but appeared to ease him out of the way with his shoulder with the ball running to goalkeeper Rob Elliot.

Madley though believed there was an infringement and, having awarded the penalty, was left with little choice but to send him off for preventing a goalscoring opportunity.

The Football Association's law on impeding an opponent says: " A player who places himself between an opponent and the ball for tactical reasons has not committed an offence as long as the ball is kept within playing distance and the player does not hold off the opponent with his arms or body.

"If the ball is within playing distance, the player may be fairly charged by an opponent."

Allardyce admits Sunderland luckAllardyce has never been relegated from the Premier League as a manager, keeping the likes of Blackburn, Bolton and West Ham in the top flight.

Rarely can he have taken such a tough job on though, with the Black Cats bottom of the table going into Sunday's match on the back of a 12 game winless run.

He has never lost his opening Premier League home game in charge of a club though and became the fourth consecutive Sunderland boss to beat Newcastle in his second game in charge.

Allardyce will know his side have a battle to stay up but the manner of Fletcher's final goal, volleying home a sweeping move late on, and a first clean sheet of the season will be reason for hope.

Steven Fletcher's volleyed third goal ended a flowing move involving Yann M'Vila and Younes KaboulMore trouble for cheap patriots jerseys NewcastleTo rub salt into the wound for Newcastle fans, Allardyce had an unpopular spell in charge of the Magpies in the 2007 08 season.

And these fans have cheap cowboys jerseys not had much reason for optimism in recent months, with just one win now from the last 21 league matches.

They must have thought the corner had been turned when, after thrashing Norwich 6 2 last time out, they controlled the first 45 minutes of the derby.

But, following the dismissal of Coloccini, their afternoon took a turn for the worse as Steve McClaren's 200th Premier League game as a manager ended in an cheap nfl jerseys wholesale 82nd defeat.