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Everton v Newcastle – Auction Time!

8 years ago

Newcastle United fans are often accused of living in the past and with our modern day lack of silverware then maybe that is no surprise.

We prefer to call it nostalgia though and via the Mag auctions it allows us to wallow in our distant, and not so distant, past. Programmes, signed items, memorabilia – the memories flood back.

This week the focus is on Newcastle’s links with Everton, great players and matches have brought the two clubs together over the years.

Alan Shearer’s league debut was at Goodison Park, the same venue where injury struck pre-season just as Les Ferdinand was being pushed out of the door.

A player who served both clubs so well is Gary Speed and we have some special items connected to the much missed midfielder. Remembering and celebrating the past, for casual fans and collectors alike.

This time we are looking at various angles that tie NUFC together with Everton and we have them featuring in the latest Mag Auctions of classic Newcastle United memorabilia.

With a deep love of United’s history and the classic memorabilia and programmes that are a big part of that, we have always intended to bring you our very own auctions.Delving into Newcastle’s extraordinary history, each week we will be putting a number of items up for auction via eBbay, with prices starting from as a little as 99p.

Not everybody will want to bid on the items but we are sure that the range of items will provoke interest and debate, plus the memories flooding back.

It costs nothing to look and with the auctions lasting for a week you have plenty of time to keep an eye and bid at any time over the 7 days, potentially picking up a real bargain.

Every week a selection including programmes, magazines, tickets, trading cards and clothing CLICK HERE to visit.


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