Geordies Aal Ower The World Map

Geordies Here, Geordies There….

Today we feature the tale of Newcastle fan Colin Powell bumping into the legend that is Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page. The setting was an Irish bar in Thailand and despite Page’s Arsenal credentials, Colin had him cheering on the black & whites as Ben Arfa scored that cracker at Goodison Park last season.

The more observant of you will have noticed the world map at the bottom of our website homepage, to view the full version of the worldwide map including all the photos click here. This is part of our Mag Flickr Channel and is where any fans can have their own photos added to the map for the whole black & white world to see.

Check out all the photos on our Geordies Aal Ower The World Map! Just hover over any of the pins on the map to view the images.

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4 comments
ArtyH
ArtyH

IMHO we have to look at the setup in a different light. Perhaps now the youngsters are going to be looked after in the correct manner. We all know the last five years or more has been a total shambles, and thats from top to bottom. Hopefully McC will have a better understanding of how the club should be run, but that will depend on how much latitude he is allowed by the board I would suspect. By X-Mas we will have a good idea of how things stand and again in the January window, which will show whether there was any truth in the ongoing transfer policy for team building. Indeed interesting times ahead.

DownUnderMag
DownUnderMag

Another youngster who hasnt been given a chance. Surely the best thing for him is a short loan to get some games (i.e. put a clause that he plays a certain % of games minimum) and then come back to train with the first team.  Any other club he would have had more game by now.  How is it that clubs like Everton, Southampton and many others constantly give youth prospects plenty of game time to develop yet our club, which has a complete lack of any realistic depth in ANY department, can't give them some minutes off the bench??

v0ices
v0ices

@DownUnderMag Its because we buy in so much junk for ashleys shop window never any place for youth also we cant afford to lose any games as we have mostly been potential relegation candidates.

BONESNUFC
BONESNUFC

I think it would be  in his best interest to go to a smaller club get plenty of minutes on the pitch and come back with some experience and than maybe the season after in the championship for a couple of seasons