Exclusive – New Newcastle United Book Launch
Having vast experience in the business world as well as being a lifelong Newcastle fan, Denis Cassidy became NUFC PLC Chairman, only to feel he had no option but to resign when the return of Freddy Shepherd and Douglas Hall to the boardroom was forced through.
Denis’ excellent ‘Newcastle United – The Day The Promises Had To Stop’ was published to great critical acclaim in 2010.
This excellent overview of the running of Newcastle United, both from the inside and outside, gives you a unique perspective on what has gone on at St.James’ Park since the early nineties.
Now updated to include the last two very eventful seasons, the second edition is now available in paperback from Amazon on special offer including free delivery.
A message from Denis Cassidy:
If, like the majority of The Mag’s readers and website visitors, you think the waiting is nearly over and normal life can begin again on Saturday 18th as referees signal the start of the 2012/13 Premier League season, you are probably wondering also how it will end and why?
The opening day is always a special day but for Newcastle United fans particularly so this coming season. We all had a great season in finishing 5th and Cisse’s goal at Stamford Bridge had more than Geordies dancing on the terraces.
His partnership with Demba Ba, the form of Krul and Coloccini, the establishment of Cabaye and Ben Arfa and the signing of Santon all suggest Mike Ashley is serious about building for the future.
Is he? What more needs to be done and why? You may have decided already…………..but if you would like to remember the recent past and reflect on what it takes to consolidate a position in the top 6 then why not get a copy of the new updated 2nd Edition of my 2010 book “NEWCASTLE UNITED The Day The Promises Had To Stop” which has just been published.
It contains all the contents of the 1st Edition but has been updated to include a review of the last 2 seasons, on and off the pitch.
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