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However, two late goals for Tottenham ended County's hopes of pulling off a shock result. In January under Billy Lucas in his second spell as manager, County took on another high-profile side — Burnley , the Division One champions and double runners-up — in the FA Cup fourth round, but again suffered defeat 2—1.
In the —71 season the Newport team managed by Bobby Ferguson set an unwanted Football League record by not winning any of their first 25 matches, losing 21 in the process.
Results improved in the following season under Billy Lucas in his third spell as manager and in the —73 season Newport missed out on promotion only on goal average.
For the —77 season the team managed by Jimmy Scoular changed their playing strip to light blue and white striped shirts, light blue shorts and white socks akin to the Argentina national team in an attempt to turn around their fortunes.
However, the team continued to struggle until Colin Addison took over in January The season became known as "the great escape" as County avoided relegation with a 1—0 win at home to Workington in the last game of the season.
The s heralded both the brightest and darkest moments in Newport County's history. Len Ashurst was manager from to , the club's most successful period in its history and under the chairmanship of Richard Ford.
In , promotion was finally achieved from the Football League Fourth Division, the club being only five points from being crowned champions although never being in contention to win the league and never being top.
County sealed promotion in the last match of the season with a 4—2 win at high-flying Walsall. Walsall finished second in the league and were also promoted.
The team included a young John Aldridge who later became one of the most prolific goal-scorers in English football history, most famous for helping Liverpool win the First Division title in and FA Cup in , as well as helping Oxford United win two successive promotions and the Football League Cup.
Also in the promotion-winning team was Tommy Tynan , one of the leading lower-league strikers of his era, who scored the all-important goal that sealed County's promotion.
The —81 European Cup Winners' Cup turned out to be quite eventful — the first round against Crusaders of Northern Ireland was won 4—0 on aggregate 4—0 at home and 0—0 away.
The second round against SK Haugar of Norway was even more convincing: after a 0—0 draw away, the home leg was won 6—0, taking the club into the quarter-finals against Carl Zeiss Jena F.
Aldridge was injured for both matches against Carl Zeiss Jena, though he was a non-playing substitute in the 2nd leg. The quarter-final away leg was drawn 2—2 with Tommy Tynan scoring both goals, including his equaliser in the 90th minute.
However, despite dominating the home leg, Newport lost 1—0 in front of 18, fans at Somerton Park, denying them a high-profile semi-final with S.
In the —83 season Colin Addison , in his second spell as manager, led Newport County to their highest post-war league finish — 4th in the Third Division, just four points behind third-placed Huddersfield Town.
Huddersfield were promoted to the Second Division, along with champions Portsmouth and local rivals Cardiff City. County had actually gone top of the table in early April after a 1—0 win over Cardiff in front of 16, fans at Somerton Park, but a return of only four points from the last seven games meant County missed out on promotion.
After a 1—1 draw at Newport, Everton won the replay 2—1. Newport appeared in the Welsh Cup final again in under manager John Lewis , this time losing 1—0 to Merthyr Tydfil after a replay.
Despite reaching the Welsh Cup final, County were relegated from the Third Division in and in finished bottom of the Fourth Division with a mere 25 points, meaning that their season stay in the Football League was over.
They were then expelled from the Conference for failing to fulfil their fixtures. Their record four wins, seven draws and 19 points from 29 games was expunged.
In June the club was reformed by supporters including David Hando as chairman; later club president. Former manager John Relish was re-appointed team manager and they were elected to the Hellenic League then four divisions below the Football League.
The club's main aim was to regain the Football League status lost in The club took on the name "Newport A.
Newport Council considered the new company to be a continuation of the old, and refused it permission to use Somerton Park on the grounds of unpaid rent.
Newport won the Hellenic double , gaining promotion to the Southern League. The club was forced to resort to legal action to protect themselves from being forced out of the English football league system by FAW secretary Alun Evans , who was promoting the first national League of Wales formed for the —93 season.
The club's first season back in Newport, in —95 under manager Graham Rogers , saw them promoted to the Southern League Premier Division , after winning the Midland Division Championship by a point margin.
On the way to that championship, the club set a then record for the Southern League by winning 14 successive league matches. In , the club reintroduced the name Newport County A.
In the —02 season the team managed by Tim Harris reached the first round proper of the FA Cup for the first time since the club was reformed, drawing Second Division side Blackpool.
Holding them to a 2—2 draw away,  County lost the home replay 4—1 after extra time. Subsequent reorganisation of the upper divisions of non-league football saw County take their place in the —05 inaugural season of Conference South , one of the two feeder divisions into the Football Conference.
Peter Beadle was appointed manager in October and in the —07 season Newport again reached the first round proper of the FA Cup but lost 3—1 to Swansea City with Newport's single goal coming from academy graduate Yusuf Ali.
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Bennett 30 years old 11 0. As a result, it is a convergence point for national road, bus, and rail routes. The airport is also accessible by transferring to 24 hour TrawsCymru T9 busses which begin at Cardiff Central station.
In , a proposal for a new "Severnside" airport near Newport was rejected by the Department for Transport. The airport would have featured runways on a man-made island in the Severn Estuary.
Newport bus station is the largest bus interchange in the county, with 24 stands. It was built as part of the adjacent Friars Walk shopping centre and the station opened in December Bus services are primarily provided by the municipally funded Newport Bus company, and neighbouring firm Cardiff Bus.
Inter-city National Express services run from a stop near the Riverfront arts centre opposite the bus station  and Megabus Europe services operate outside of Newport Railway Station.
Newport is the easternmost Welsh city on the United Kingdom rail network and has close proximity to major economic centres in Cardiff and Bristol.
Newport railway station is the third-busiest station in Wales, and due to its interchange options it serves as a major transfer station.
The Great Western main railway line connects the city with termini at Bristol, London Paddington, and Pembroke Dock; the Welsh Marches line connects with Holyhead, Manchester Piccadilly, and Llanelli; and the Gloucester line connects the borders region including Cheltenham.
The Wessex Main Line also provides an hourly service from the city to Portsmouth. The station has four platforms and is a mandatory stop on all express services to and from London Paddington.
The city is well linked with the nearby Welsh capital Cardiff , with approximately six rail and five bus services between the cities every hour.
Rogerstone railway station on the Ebbw Valley Railway reopened in Services currently run between Ebbw Vale and Cardiff via Rogerstone.
Transport for Wales are scheduled to run direct services between Newport and Ebbw Vale by The new complex, west of the old station entrance, includes two terminals, four full-size platforms, new terminal buildings and a public footbridge, a new passenger footbridge, a new taxi area and short-stay car park, and a space passenger car park.
The 21st-century modernisation of the Great Western main line programme has seen the installation of new facilities on platforms 2 and 3, including redesigned toilets, waiting rooms, and covered areas.
Overhead line equipment has been installed through the city as part of electrification of the London to Cardiff line, which allows the operation of Japanese-built Intercity Express Programme car trains.
The new services will be all-electric, with more seats and improvements to journey times between Newport and London of around 1 hour 30 minutes including non-stop services after Wales between Bristol Parkway and London Paddington.
The M4 motorway junctions in and near the city area:. The Brynglas Tunnels are a cause of traffic delays as the M4 narrows to two lanes in both directions between junctions 25 and The major west—east A roads are:.
The B roads are:. Newport's pedestrianised High Street runs southwest from the interchange through Westgate Square to the pedestrianised Commercial Street.
Corporation Road follows the east bank of the River Usk, but with limited views of the river. Newport has twelve public bridges spanning the River Usk, connecting the east and west of the city.
From north to south they are: Caerleon Bridge , St. Many of the landmarks of Newport are in Newport city centre or within a short walking distance of the centre; and these include:.
The city has a number of churches of architectural merit. Kingsway Shopping Centre is an indoor shopping mall.
Outside of the city centre large retail parks are established off the Southern Distributor Road :.
The university can trace its roots to the founding of the Newport Mechanics Institute in Newport School of Art, Media and Design was one of the first Art Schools to be awarded degree status in and enjoyed a high reputation in painting,  Fine Art,  and sculpture  throughout the s and s.
It is still highly regarded however, especially in documentary photography. Brynglas House is currently an Adult Education Centre. All schools are governed by Newport Local Education Authority.
The city's, fourth Welsh-medium primary school is planned to open at the Pillgwenlly Primary site, with the existing school moving to a purpose built building on the former Corus steel Whiteheads site.
The academy has a development programme of around 50 students undertaking sporting qualifications. Newport Transporter Bridge is one of the few remaining working bridges of its type in the world and featured in the film Tiger Bay.
Visitors can travel on the suspended cradle most days and can walk over the top of the steel framework on bank holidays.
The only other British example is Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge. Open days are occasionally held to view the renovation of the historically important Newport Ship.
The Riverfront Arts Centre is a modern purpose-built theatre and arts venue. The Dolman Theatre was refurbished in The Phyllis Maud Performance Space theatre seats between in a converted Victorian public toilet.
Newport Central Library is located within Newport Museum. In July each year an Arts festival is held in Caerleon and Roman Military re-enactment in the amphitheatre, the largest restored amphitheatre in Britain.
The remains of the Roman baths, barracks and fortress walls of Isca Augusta can be seen at Caerleon. The Newport Festival runs throughout the summer months with a large number of events being staged in the city centre and elsewhere in the city.
The earliest surviving part of the building dates back to the late 15th century. For over five hundred years, it was home to the Morgans — later Lords Tredegar — until they left in The house was then bought by the Catholic Church and used as a girls' school until it was bought by the council in , which led to it being described as the "grandest council house in Britain".
Newport hosted the National Eisteddfod of Wales in , and It was demolished amid protests in October to make way for city centre redevelopment.
As part of the city's "Big Splash" festival, on 30 August , year-old French circus star Olivier Roustan from Toulouse , performed the highest ever wirewalk in Europe, along the top cable of the Newport City footbridge.
Newport hosted an outdoor art exhibition called " SuperDragons " in which displayed 60 large dragons decorated by local community groups.
The city centre has many pubs, bars and nightclubs, mostly in the vicinity of High Street. The most famous of these was TJ's , an alternative music club where it is claimed that Kurt Cobain of Nirvana proposed to Courtney Love , which closed in Newport Centre and the Riverfront Arts Centre are popular concert venues.
YouTube removed the video due to a copyright claim by music publishers. City of Newport Male Choir  is one of the leading male voice choirs in the region.
The Wetlands reserve opened in March as a mitigation for the loss of mudflats caused by the building of the Cardiff Bay Barrage.
Newport City footbridge is a cycle and pedestrian bridge in Newport city centre linking the east and west banks of the River Usk. A cycle and pedestrian walkway on the west bank of the River Usk links Newport city centre at Crindau to central Caerleon.
A cycle and pedestrian walkway is on both banks of the River Usk. The East bank path links Newport Bridge to Lliswerry. There is a purpose-built indoor bowls arena at the Glebelands.
The city has a thriving Scout District. The exploits of Newport RFC were world-renowned.