center_img Judge Wood said neither teenager was “alienated” as their father suggested.The judge said the man lacked “insight” into the harm he had caused.He said the man was “utterly obsessed” with placing blame on his ex-wife while saying he was a “wholly innocent victim”.Judge Wood said the man had denied leaving his children home alone while going to watch Newcastle.The man said he had left them alone for “an hour or so” while taking his St James’ Park season ticket to a friend.He said the boys were aged eight and 13 at the time and he denied doing “anything inappropriate”.The February 5, 2011 game turned out to be one of the most famous in Newcastle’s recent history.Arsenal had gone 4-0 up but the home side came back to earn a 4-4 draw. A Newcastle United fan whose ex-wife accused him of leaving their two sons home alone while he watched his side play Arsenal has lost the latest round of a long-running family court fight.She said she stopped letting him see the boys six years ago after he went to St James’ Park and left them unsupervised while they were staying at his home.The man had not seen his younger son, now 14, since and has now failed in his latest bid to be allowed to meet up with the youngster.last_img read more