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Adidas will become kit supplier to Newcastle United nest summer. The news first leaked in August when an episode of Amazon Prime’s ‘We Are Newcastle United’ documentary was ‘accidentally’ made…
Adidas are now officially back. A club statement (see below) on Friday morning revealing the much anticipated news. Newcastle United fans looking forward to more iconic kits from the 2024/25…
Last weekend we discovered that Adidas will be back as kit supplier to Newcastle United next (2024/25) season. The ‘leak’ made via an Amazon Prime NUFC documentary episode ‘accidentally’ made…
Adidas is set to be the new Newcastle United kit partner. The German company going to replace Castore. The news was leaked inadvertently by Amazon Prime earlier on Saturday. They…
It has been no surprise that the name Adidas has been mentioned a fair few times in recent days. The eventual completion of the Newcastle United takeover has seen fans…
After a very public falling out last year, German sportswear giants Adidas have made it clear they want to have closer relations with Mike Ashley’s empire.
In Brazil it’s Puma v Adidas (and a little bit of Nike) battling it out for supremacy, while closer to home it’s a similar tale with Newcastle v Sunderland.
The Mike Ashley Adidas row has now moved on to the possibility of World Cup sales affected.
He hasn’t earned his reputation by accident and news today comes of potential Mike Ashley Adidas retaliation.
A Mike Ashley Adidas ban is now on the cards following reports of Adidas not allowing the sale of Chelsea shirts in S***** D***** stores.
Fabio Capello warns there could be trouble if Zlatan Ibrahimovic arrives in Newcastle
Club urged to suspend draconian Newcastle United ticket policy due to Sunday Tottenham issues
It does leave me wondering where all these entitled Newcastle United fans have come from?
Mark Lawrenson with laughable comments on Newcastle United situation
Confirmed Newcastle team v Tottenham – Almiron, Gordon, Isak, Trippier all start