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Friday brings news that Newcastle United have allegedly signed up with Castore. Sportscal reporting that a deal has been agreed for the emerging kit manufacturer to take over at St…
After Mike Ashley took over Newcastle United, once the existing kit deal came to an end, he immediately shifted it to Puma. Subsequent agreements have followed, all with Puma. This…
New Newcastle home shirt looked bad enough at first sight but now I’ve seen the back of the shirt, what on earth is that???
Everyone knows that Sports Direct pay nothing to Newcastle United for the advertising around St James’ Park, but less is known about what Puma pay…
Arsenal were happy to announce their five year £150m arrangement, so why the Newcastle United Puma secrecy?
Arsenal are strongly rumoured to be unveiling new signings such as Mathieu Debuchy and possibly Loic Remy, when they launch their new Puma kit today.
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.
You won’t find me reserving any sympathy for the likes of Wonga but I do wonder what the likes of the payday lender and Puma make of this shambles of a pre-season?
Playing in front of less than two thousand locals and a handful of travelling fans creates won’t do anything for either company’s profile.
Breaking news today is that having just released the new Burgundy change strip, Puma have now extended their kit deal with Newcastle United, details to follow as to exactly how long for.
Steve Bruce stats compared to all other Premier League Newcastle United Managers – Educational
Killer stats – The change from Rafa Benitez to Steve Bruce (***For use against pundits)
Simon Jordan now changes position on whether Newcastle United takeover still happening
Biggest weakness in Steve Bruce cunning all out defensive ‘plan’, against some serious competition
Stunning result after asked ‘Would you be one of the 2,000/4,000 Newcastle fans back in December?’