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As we contemplate another chapter Newcastle United’s extraordinary history, we inevitably start thinking about finally winning a major domestic trophy for the first time since 1955. Such a prospect reminded…
The 13 October 1988 saw Jackie Milburn bring Newcastle Upon Tyne to a standstill, as thousands of fans paid their respects as his funeral procession made its way to Newcastle Cathedral.
Stand out Newcastle United memory…I was bought rosettes and programmes by wonderful Geordies who took me under their wing – I couldn’t understand a word they said but boy were they good to me.
Since Shearer retired, there have only been three number nines: Papiss Cisse, Obafemi Martins and Andy Carroll – Time now to wait for somebody to earn the number nine shirt?
They would have played their hearts out, not just whinged and thought it ‘below their station’ to drop a league, especially had it been of their own doing.
A special day for Newcastle United: Jackie Milburn and Alan Shearer remembered but…
Football is a simple game my old coach said; you pass, you receive, control and pass again. SIMPLE – add fight passion and desire, you get a winning team.
Traditions roll on and like Wor Jackie said, traditions die hard in football – I would say the Cups are where NUFC’s traditions lie.
Writer Richard Birs asks: ‘What did getting rid of Alan Pardew achieve?’
Alan Shearer ‘I have never taken drugs but…’ – The Geordie legend talks about breaking Jackie Milburn’s record and Roy Keane.
John Barnes verdict on whether Allan Saint-Maximin is set to join ‘big six’ club
Newcastle United dream ended for this local lad after White Hart Lane experience
Referee who was part of worst ever Newcastle blunder decision now promoted to Premier League
June published Government figures show NUFC furlough money Mike Ashley is still claiming
Alan Shearer names two players who have to start for England v Czech Republic