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A very well executed attack on Mike Ashley by NUST (Newcastle United Supporters Trust). The Trust reacting after the Newcastle City Council planning committee approved a controversial development opposite St…
A decision is set to be made today with regard to the proposed development at Strawberry Place, next to St James Park. A development scheme that it is believed would…
The campaign goes on to try and prevent the Strawberry Place development that will prevent any future expansion of St James Park, plus totally ruin the current city centre skyline….
Ahead of the new season, the Newcastle United Supporters Trust (NUST) have carried out a massive survey of members. With so many issues concerning Newcastle fans, the Trust has seen…
Here’s a quick follow up to Friday’s article ‘Why you should join Newcastle United Supporters Trust‘ Today is the final day of Rafa’s contract, he is arguably the best manager…
The Newcastle United Supporters Trust has been around for ages. It’s done good work, indifferent work and sometimes no work. Some people don’t know what it is, others are weary…
‘Whilst none of us can change the past, all supporters can influence the club’s future. The loyal Newcastle fans deserve much more.’
Revealed that developers working for Mike Ashley, pressing ahead with plans that will prevent any possible future increase in the capacity of St James Park.
There is still a chance the St James Park capacity could be expanded as development comes to a halt.
At a meeting between Newcastle fans and city centre developers, revealed that United could increase the St James Park capacity by 5,000 or more more seats.
Orlegi now confident of Newcastle United takeover after two failed attempts – The Athletic
The £1billion letter Toon For Change have sent to the potential new Newcastle United owners
Bournemouth star says should have gone on to win by two or three at Newcastle – Threw it away
Steve Bruce start to season compared to other 12 Mike Ashley seasons at Newcastle United
Steve Bruce caught up in the political turmoil at Newcastle United