Running a website and magazine dedicated to Newcastle United sometimes means the odd thing gets neglected because as we all know, life is never boring no matter how the lads do on the pitch.

The Mag’s Flickr channel had been left in the corner but recently our photo pixies have been very busy and as well as our lovely Geordies Aal Ower The World Map where you can submit your own photos for all to see, our Flickr collection has now been given the care and consideration it needs.

 

Today we bring you a classic collection of St.James’ Park through the ages, the spiritual home of all Newcastle United fans, in all its glory.

To view the St.James’ Park slideshow
visit our Mag Photo Gallery Page.

 

7 comments
TonnekToon
TonnekToon

I wouldn't be too happy with Wally , but i suppose he'd be an upgrade on the current incumbent . Then again who wouldn't be ?

BillytheFish
BillytheFish

I'd take Steve Maclaren in a heartbeat, and leave JC there as his no 2....You can slag Maclaren all you want but ask anyone who has anything in the game and he will be in their top 5 coaches....


prestondave
prestondave

If Mike Ashley was really serious about investing in NUFC then these 2 muppets wouldnt even be in the running. Would you trust these 2 under achievers to take care of your investment ?. Nah, neither would I. So, it tells me that either fatty is bluffing about the funds and winning things or he is looking at a serious contender to take charge. The appointment of whoever will tell you everything you need to know. Just make sure you wait and see who it is before you scuttle off to buy your season ticket. 

partworntyres
partworntyres

either would be an embarrassing appointment. - neither would bring anything new to nufc. - keegan changed the way football was played in the premier league. - lets have someone who brings an intelligent, cultured view of contemporary football. - this is shirley's big cnance.

Sickandtiredstill
Sickandtiredstill

'Winning' includes CL qualification. While I agree that would be nothing short of a miracle given his 8 years of ownership and results so far, it's hardly reaching for the stars given this Club's PL history with KK and SBR. leaving Charnley in charge of anything is yet another example of Ashley's cronyism and prime reason for accepting nothing is really going to change. It can't, when the choices being made are done so by people who don't have a scooby.