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Former Newcastle United star Lee Clark is back on the jobs market. Wednesday seeing a statement released by Blyth Spartans, saying their manager had left by ‘mutual consent’ with the…
It is a tough world in football with so many young hopefuls taken on but so few making it, the overwhelming majority left looking for success elsewhere. Which was the…
Great news for Blyth Spartans and hopefully a positive step for a former promising young Newcastle player. Newcastle United didn’t offer Callum Roberts a new deal in the summer and…
A bit of a coup for Blyth Spartans. They have announced on Friday morning that Callum Roberts has signed for them. The 22 year old winger was not offered a…
Former Newcastle star Lee Clark is back in management. An official statement from Blyth Spartans on Saturday revealing the new appointment. Having managed at a decent level in England and…
A hat-trick, nine goals in the match and Newcastle eventually beat Blyth Spartans 7-2 in front of 248 hardy spectators on Tuesday night.
What a night it was exactly 40 years ago at St James Park, brilliant footage of Blyth Spartans at a packed SJP with over 10,000 locked out.
Over 800 watched Blyth Spartans move into the semi-finals after outplaying Newcastle United.
Today sees the sixth Non-League Day taking place, a great opportunity for Newcastle fans to see some great local teams in action.
Third round FA Cup draw sees Newcastle travel to the King Power Stadium for a date with Leicester and Blyth Spartans may have got the luck over Gateshead.
I can’t believe what Gary Lineker, Danny Murphy and Ian Wright said about Newcastle after Watford defeat
Brutal from Steve Bruce – Explains why Mike Ashley 13 years at Newcastle United have been total failure
Newcastle United fans back inside St James Park far earlier than had been expected – The Times
Newcastle United takeover in sharp focus as 16 and 64 day countdowns begin to new campaign
Winner of June 2020 Premier League player of the month announced after Allan Saint-Martin nominated