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We had entries from all around the world for our Mag Subscription Competition and our winner is David Almond. If you missed out go to The Mag Shop to get details of how you can join the thousands of worldwide subscribers to the magazine.
THIS COMPETITION IS CLOSED – APOLOGIES TO ANYONE BEING SENT HERE FROM A TWEET – GREMLINS IN THE SYSTEM! Win a subscription to the best selling Newcastle United Magazine –…
Thanks to our friends at www.tynesideprints.com we had a beautiful signed print to give away and help make somebody’s Xmas extra special.
Steven Dodds was the lucky winner and he correctly told us it was Alan Shearer’s name on the giant Toon shirt that was draped over the Angel.
We had entries from around the world for our Mag Subscription Competition, from Jakarta to Jersey, Jordan to Japan.
Our winner? Dan Wilson from Jarrow! If you missed out go to The Mag Shop to get details of how you can join the thousands of worldwide subscribers to the magazine.
To celebrate the new issue (No.263) of the magazine coming out, we are giving away a 10 issue subscription to our fantastic magazine, posted to anywhere in the world.
The Mag is an ideal way of keeping up with what the fans are saying, plus we have an exclusive Alan Pardew interview this issue!
Win the Billy Furious collection!
Three classic books covering the last twenty years of Newcastle United history written in his own inimitable style, your chance to win all 3 for nothing.
The winner of an exclusive ‘One Love’ t-shirt is Susan Kay, who guessed that the Mag Team would think Demba Ba will finish with 18 league goals this season.
Let’s hope we were going on the side of caution!
‘Eddie Howe has already made Newcastle United £30m’
Gabby Agbonlahor is at it again with Newcastle – Doesn’t end well for him…
‘Replying to David the Doughnut and other trolls, I just thought…what’s the point?’
Two schools of thought amongst Newcastle United fans…
‘Absolutely no chance of Newcastle United being relegated…’