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The Newcastle United accounts for last (2018/19) season were due to be filed by 31 March 2020. Those accounts taking us up to 30 June 2019 and allowing us to…
The Newcastle United accounts for last (2018/19) season were due to be filed by 31 March 2020. These accounts taking us up to 30 June 2019 and allowing us to…
Fans and neutrals are still waiting for the Newcastle United accounts. That is the accounts covering 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018. Those Newcastle United accounts covering a season…
Must Read: Newcastle United Accounts show Rafa Benitez should be getting massive extra transfer backing due to cash from past player sales.
The club were keen to say 2016/17 Newcastle United Accounts showed £90m loss but football finance expert shows ‘real’ loss is less than £20m
Newcastle United Accounts for 2016/17 now public, shows how much money went down on Matchday, Commercial and TV.
The portrayal of the 2016/17 Newcastle United Accounts was very misleading, this is why NUFC are actually in a very good cash position now.
These new Newcastle United Accounts are like the most difficult jigsaw puzzle imaginable, with no box and half the pieces missing…
Companies House records show Newcastle United accounts now 5 weeks late in being filed, what will they tell us?
What’s revealed by this level of profit in the Newcastle United accounts is the rank incompetence…
Why I can’t get excited about Allan Saint-Maximin
3 promising young Newcastle United players sign new deals
A forward thinking Newcastle United Manager
My Newcastle team v West Ham – Why Lazaro and Krafth will be starting
We are having the wrong conversations about Newcastle United, Rafa Benitez and Steve Bruce