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Final Issue Of The Mag – Limited Copies Back In Stock

8 years ago

We have just received a new limited supply of the final issue of The Mag from our distributors and these are available in our online shop HERE.

This final Mag is a real collectors’ piece as writers reflect on twenty six years and 289 issues of writing about Newcastle United.

Writers say fond farewells in their own unique ways, a ‘timeless’ issue that sees our team reminisce about the great, and not so great, times covering our club over the last two and a half decades.

The following is a tempting snippet of what to expect in this real quality final issue.

In his ‘Sweet Left Foot’ column, co-founder of The Mag, Chris Tait, recalls the first ever issue in August 1988;

‘Looking back at that first issue is like dipping your toe into a lost forgotten age of innocence and inexperience.

An article I willingly and confidently sent out into the world highlighting proposed changes to television coverage of our national game now looks like it was written by a man-child who had spent a large part of his life in a cave trying to work out how he could lick his big toes without falling over.

I know I’m from Bensham/Dunston but still.

My shock and disgust at the prospect of fans having to pay an additional fee to watch football via a non-terrestrial device now seems laughably akin to me pointing up at a passing aircraft and dancing a confused jig of frustration at this big metal bird in the sky, a sight many of you who drive through Pennywell on a regular basis will no doubt recognise.‘

Simply go HERE to buy this last Hoorah,  only £3 and we are even throwing in FREE UK POSTAGE.

Also, if there are any back copies you have missed, we are also offering FREE UK POSTAGE for those as well, click HERE to take advantage – while stocks last!


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