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2 minutes ago, Gazzaschicken said:

Newcastle 1 makums 0 Scott sellars free kick on a mud pit of a sjp. One of my earliest memories of the toon watching it with my grandad 

Was pissing down that day, and it was live on ITV I think, we played football as kids in the morning-to afternoon, come in drenched and muddied to fuck but didn’t bother changing because we’d miss some of the game and I think we were all wrinkled like an old granny by full-time and shivering.

 

 

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28 August 1982, Newcastle 1-0 QPR. Can’t remember anything about the match itself. Embarrassingly, can’t  even vividly picture the goal. Can still re-experience the wait to get in, smell the cider some bugger tried to spit over the police horse pushing through the packed ranks who’d been waiting outside the Gallowgate end for hours in blazing sunshine. Remember the disbelief and excitement of seeing the two times European footballer of the year/English legend turn out in black and white. Kevin Keegan—who I had met at a school football tournament (and was so attentive and welcoming)— is going to be playing for us!?! Felt unbelievable. I definitely wouldn’t have  believed the impact he would have, and joy he would bring, to the club. Even though the details are lost in the fug of time, has to be one of the greatest games I have attended. 

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11 minutes ago, HTT II said:

Was pissing down that day, and it was live on ITV I think, we played football as kids in the morning-to afternoon, come in drenched and muddied to fuck but didn’t bother changing because we’d miss some of the game and I think we were all wrinkled like an old granny by full-time and shivering.

 

 

 

Yeah the corner flags were puddles and the boxes were just mud and puddles. Proper old school footy no way would the premadonnas of today play on a pitch like that 

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Sunderland 0-1 in 2003. Not the greatest match but one of my personal favourites due to the circs (Us going into the CL again, them getting relegated with record low points). The fans with the "Let's all laugh at Sunderland" cards. The reactions from the likes of Bellamy etc at full time. The disallowed goal and their reaction. Low key one of my favourite NUFC games.

 

 

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14 hours ago, HTT II said:

The 3-2 win over Chelsea at SJP, Sissoko scoring twice. I spent that match in a corporate box with a few Toon fans and Chelsea ‘fans’ and a former well known ref whose name now escapes me, they tried to claim KK was a bottler and a cheque book manager and I put them well in their place and I found out they didn’t go to many Chelsea games other than free corporate stuff through their work and weren’t long time fans, a sweet victory that day. Shame it was under Pardew mind…


Probably Jeff Winter that cunt is often viewed at matches. 

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Quite a few. :lol: Attached links to some highlights. Couldn't find some only for 1. Livid,

 

Newcastle 3-2 Liverpool, August 1971.

Newcastle 2-0 Burnley, March 1974.

Newcastle 1-0 QPR, August 1982.

Newcastle 3-1 Brighton, May 1984.

Newcastle 3-1 mackems, January 1985.

Newcastle 1-0 Portsmouth, April 1992.

Grimsby 0-2 Newcastle, May 1993.

Newcastle 7-1 Leicester, May 1993.

Newcastle 4-2 Sheff Wed, September 1993.

Oldham 1-3 Newcastle, November 1993.

Newcastle 3-0 Liverpool, November 1993.

Newcastle 7-1 Swindon, March 1994.

Newcastle 4-2 Chelsea, September 1994.

Newcastle 6-1 Wimbledon, October 1995.

Newcastle 5-0 Man Utd, October 1996.

Newcastle 7-1 Tottenham, December 1996.

Newcastle 5-0 Nottm Forest, May 1997.

Newcastle 3-2 Barcelona, September 1997.

Newcastle 8-0 Sheff Wed, September 1999.

Newcastle 3-0 Man Utd, February 2000.

Newcastle 4-3 Man Utd, September 2001.

Arsenal 1-3 Newcastle, December 2001.

Leeds 3-4 Newcastle, December 2001.

Feyenoord 2-3 Newcastle, November 2002.

Inter 2-2 Newcastle, March 2003.

Newcastle 4-0 Tottenham, December 2003.

Newcastle 2-1 Chelsea, April 2004.

Newcastle 2-0 Portsmouth, February 2006.

mackems 1-4 Newcastle, April 2006.

Tottenham 1-4 Newcastle, March 2008.

Newcastle 6-0 Aston Villa, August 2010.

Newcastle 5-1 mackems, October 2010.

Newcastle 4-4 Arsenal, February 2011.

Newcastle 3-0 Man Utd, January 2012.

West Brom 1-3 Newcastle, March 2012.

Chelsea 0-2 Newcastle, May 2012.

Newcastle 3-2 Chelsea, February 2013.

Newcastle 1-0 Anzhi, March 2013.

Man Utd 0-1 Newcastle, December 2013.

Newcastle 2-0 West Ham, May 2015.

Newcastle 5-1 Tottenham, May 2016.

Newcastle 4-3 Norwich, September 2016.

Newcastle 1-0 Man Utd, February 2018.

Newcastle 3-0 Chelsea, May 2018.

Newcastle 2-1 Man City, January 2019.

Everton 2-2 Newcastle, January 2020 (due to the fucking ridiculousness of it :lol: )

Newcastle 3-1 Everton, February 2022.

Newcastle 2-0 Arsenal, May 2022.

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4 hours ago, HaydnNUFC said:

Quite a few. :lol: Attached links to some highlights. Couldn't find some only for 1. Livid,

 

Newcastle 3-2 Liverpool, August 1971.

Newcastle 2-0 Burnley, March 1974.

Newcastle 1-0 QPR, August 1982.

Newcastle 3-1 Brighton, May 1984.

Newcastle 3-1 mackems, January 1985.

Newcastle 1-0 Portsmouth, April 1992.

Grimsby 0-2 Newcastle, May 1993.

Newcastle 7-1 Leicester, May 1993.

Newcastle 4-2 Sheff Wed, September 1993.

Oldham 1-3 Newcastle, November 1993.

Newcastle 3-0 Liverpool, November 1993.

Newcastle 7-1 Swindon, March 1994.

Newcastle 4-2 Chelsea, September 1994.

Newcastle 6-1 Wimbledon, October 1995.

Newcastle 5-0 Man Utd, October 1996.

Newcastle 7-1 Tottenham, December 1996.

Newcastle 5-0 Nottm Forest, May 1997.

Newcastle 3-2 Barcelona, September 1997.

Newcastle 8-0 Sheff Wed, September 1999.

Newcastle 3-0 Man Utd, February 2000.

Newcastle 4-3 Man Utd, September 2001.

Arsenal 1-3 Newcastle, December 2001.

Leeds 3-4 Newcastle, December 2001.

Feyenoord 2-3 Newcastle, November 2002.

Inter 2-2 Newcastle, March 2003.

Newcastle 4-0 Tottenham, December 2003.

Newcastle 2-1 Chelsea, April 2004.

Newcastle 2-0 Portsmouth, February 2006.

mackems 1-4 Newcastle, April 2006.

Tottenham 1-4 Newcastle, March 2008.

Newcastle 6-0 Aston Villa, August 2010.

Newcastle 5-1 mackems, October 2010.

Newcastle 4-4 Arsenal, February 2011.

Newcastle 3-0 Man Utd, January 2012.

West Brom 1-3 Newcastle, March 2012.

Chelsea 0-2 Newcastle, May 2012.

Newcastle 3-2 Chelsea, February 2013.

Newcastle 1-0 Anzhi, March 2013.

Man Utd 0-1 Newcastle, December 2013.

Newcastle 2-0 West Ham, May 2015.

Newcastle 5-1 Tottenham, May 2016.

Newcastle 4-3 Norwich, September 2016.

Newcastle 1-0 Man Utd, February 2018.

Newcastle 3-0 Chelsea, May 2018.

Newcastle 2-1 Man City, January 2019.

Everton 2-2 Newcastle, January 2020 (due to the fucking ridiculousness of it :lol: )

Newcastle 3-1 Everton, February 2022.

Newcastle 2-0 Arsenal, May 2022.

Top work kidda 👏👏👏👏👏

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5 hours ago, HaydnNUFC said:

Quite a few. :lol: Attached links to some highlights. Couldn't find some only for 1. Livid,

 

Newcastle 3-2 Liverpool, August 1971.

Newcastle 2-0 Burnley, March 1974.

Newcastle 1-0 QPR, August 1982.

Newcastle 3-1 Brighton, May 1984.

Newcastle 3-1 mackems, January 1985.

Newcastle 1-0 Portsmouth, April 1992.

Grimsby 0-2 Newcastle, May 1993.

Newcastle 7-1 Leicester, May 1993.

Newcastle 4-2 Sheff Wed, September 1993.

Oldham 1-3 Newcastle, November 1993.

Newcastle 3-0 Liverpool, November 1993.

Newcastle 7-1 Swindon, March 1994.

Newcastle 4-2 Chelsea, September 1994.

Newcastle 6-1 Wimbledon, October 1995.

Newcastle 5-0 Man Utd, October 1996.

Newcastle 7-1 Tottenham, December 1996.

Newcastle 5-0 Nottm Forest, May 1997.

Newcastle 3-2 Barcelona, September 1997.

Newcastle 8-0 Sheff Wed, September 1999.

Newcastle 3-0 Man Utd, February 2000.

Newcastle 4-3 Man Utd, September 2001.

Arsenal 1-3 Newcastle, December 2001.

Leeds 3-4 Newcastle, December 2001.

Feyenoord 2-3 Newcastle, November 2002.

Inter 2-2 Newcastle, March 2003.

Newcastle 4-0 Tottenham, December 2003.

Newcastle 2-1 Chelsea, April 2004.

Newcastle 2-0 Portsmouth, February 2006.

mackems 1-4 Newcastle, April 2006.

Tottenham 1-4 Newcastle, March 2008.

Newcastle 6-0 Aston Villa, August 2010.

Newcastle 5-1 mackems, October 2010.

Newcastle 4-4 Arsenal, February 2011.

Newcastle 3-0 Man Utd, January 2012.

West Brom 1-3 Newcastle, March 2012.

Chelsea 0-2 Newcastle, May 2012.

Newcastle 3-2 Chelsea, February 2013.

Newcastle 1-0 Anzhi, March 2013.

Man Utd 0-1 Newcastle, December 2013.

Newcastle 2-0 West Ham, May 2015.

Newcastle 5-1 Tottenham, May 2016.

Newcastle 4-3 Norwich, September 2016.

Newcastle 1-0 Man Utd, February 2018.

Newcastle 3-0 Chelsea, May 2018.

Newcastle 2-1 Man City, January 2019.

Everton 2-2 Newcastle, January 2020 (due to the fucking ridiculousness of it :lol: )

Newcastle 3-1 Everton, February 2022.

Newcastle 2-0 Arsenal, May 2022.

Superb.

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One to consider. Antwerp 0 NUFC 5. I was in the Antwerp end for that one. Got no bother at all. What a performance.

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31 minutes ago, JLC said:

One to consider. Antwerp 0 NUFC 5. I was in the Antwerp end for that one. Got no bother at all. What a performance.

Great shout! Wasn’t there but what a way to return to European football! And show the Belgians just why Phillips Albert had signed for us! Hatrick of headers from Rob Lee—out Gary Speeding Gary Speed, before 🎶 Gary Speed he scores them with his heed! 🎶 had even signed! 

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4 hours ago, Optimistic Nut said:

The WBA v Newcastle link isn’t there could you fix it please.

 

Can't find any highlights anywhere unfortunately. 

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On 02/07/2022 at 08:52, Wizzle10 said:

Norwich away first season in the Premiership, won 2-1 fantastic football by both sides.

Just watched that back this year, was a really good fast game, we were miles better in fairness. Howey was immense, prime flash in the pan Chris Sutton got about four touches.

 

It'd be easier to list the games under Keegan that weren't really good. What were ordinary games then would blow people away now.

 

 

 

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6-2 at home vs Everton. Also beating the likes of Olympiacos and Mallorca 7-1 on aggregate in the UEFA Cup really felt like we were onto something at the time.
 

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Was too young to travel to this but remember listening to it. We took thousands to this game. The next round wasn’t too shabby either.

 

 

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