When Karren Brady comes out spouting crap on the other side of the argument, you can be sure you’re safely on the side of the righteous and virtuous. And so, with everyone’s favourite porn baron enabler using a column in The S** to pour scorn on the idea of an independent regulator for football, we.
NUFC vs Brentford –Premiership Game 9 for the Mags: W2 D5 L1 Date:Saturday8 October2022at 3pm at a sold out SJP. QuizzyRascal:What was the name of Brentford’s old ground and what was the quirky and unique fact about it? Football Trivia:In 1929/30 Brentford won all 21 of their home games, but still d
‘A week is a long time in football’, so they say. Well, if that’s the case, then the last year on Tyneside has been an eternity. Yet it all seems to have happened so fast. There are new players, record signings, and a confidence in our play that still feels alien. The stadium suddenly feels...The po
We all know since the Newcastle United takeover twelve months ago, there has been a consensus within the media that the involvement of the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund means their interest in the club is to use it in a sports-washing exercise. Those who peddle this line have a point but their
The ‘new’ Newcastle United is still hard to get your head around at times. We actually went over a year without signing a permanent player not so long ago, yet this summer gone we broke our transfer record to sign Isak. Still some supporters felt that the £100m we had spent in 2022 was “inadequate”.
That was a great day at Fulham and puts a different complexion on the early season with United now up to seventh. It resets the mood following home draws at home to Palace and Bournemouth and though there was little anxiety, nothing beats an away win. Brentford (h) this Saturday is one we should exp
Fulham 1 Newcastle United 4, Craven Cottage, 1/Oct/22, KO: 3pm, Premier League. Att: 22,913 Player Ratings from Norman Riley – @NormanGRiley – in the away end at Fulham! Pope (8) – literally nowt to do. And he did it perfectly. Trippier (9) – the greatest RB in football history. From the away end,
Fulham 1 Newcastle United 4 Craven Cottage, 1/Oct/22, KO: 3pm, Premier League. Att: 22,913 Fulham 1 (Reid 88) – Newcastle United 4 (Wilson 11, Almiron 33, 57, Longstaff 43) Match report from Yousef Hatem @yousef_1892 in the away end at Fulham. Half time, three goals ahead. Stood on the Putney End’
Sympathy for Newcastle’s injuries is probably thin on the ground right now. The notion that a club that has spent hundreds of millions in less than a year and will probably do the same in the next year being down to the bare bones is laughable. Unfortunately, unlike years gone by when the injuries w
Fulham Preview Fulham v Newcastle United, 1/Oct/22, Premier League, Craven Cottage. On Saturday 1st October we return to action in a good old fashioned 3 o’clocker, with a trip to The Cottagers of Fulham. 7 games into the new season and it’s almost a case of last man standing. Injuries to some of o