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You got any going Stevie?

I used to run a few five a side teams.

 

At the end of the day, people who sponsor local boys clubs fair play.  I get the impression though, and John Gibson has said this...Tyneside doesn't want non-league football.  Newcastle Blue Star NEVER get more than 500, Gateshead with a population of 200,000, the highest gate they've had in 10 years is 2,000, Whitley Bay just the same as the Star, and the reason is everybody is too pre-occupied with the toon.  The only grassroots club locally with a chance is Blyth who I feel with investment could sustain lower league football.

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You got any going Stevie?

I used to run a few five a side teams.

 

At the end of the day, people who sponsor local boys clubs fair play. I get the impression though, and John Gibson has said this...Tyneside doesn't want non-league football. Newcastle Blue Star NEVER get more than 500, Gateshead with a population of 200,000, the highest gate they've had in 10 years is 2,000, Whitley Bay just the same as the Star, and the reason is everybody is too pre-occupied with the toon. The only grassroots club locally with a chance is Blyth who I feel with investment could sustain lower league football.

 

In what league Newcastle Blue Star is playing? Never heard of them.

 

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You got any going Stevie?

I used to run a few five a side teams.

 

At the end of the day, people who sponsor local boys clubs fair play. I get the impression though, and John Gibson has said this...Tyneside doesn't want non-league football. Newcastle Blue Star NEVER get more than 500, Gateshead with a population of 200,000, the highest gate they've had in 10 years is 2,000, Whitley Bay just the same as the Star, and the reason is everybody is too pre-occupied with the toon. The only grassroots club locally with a chance is Blyth who I feel with investment could sustain lower league football.

 

In what league Newcastle Blue Star is playing? Never heard of them.

 

 

The Northern League.

 

They're basically 9 leagues off the Premiership, which sounds much closer than it is in reality.

 

Here's a diagram to show you the pyramid structure.

 

http://www.thepyramid.info/sections/N.htm

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You got any going Stevie?

I used to run a few five a side teams.

 

At the end of the day, people who sponsor local boys clubs fair play. I get the impression though, and John Gibson has said this...Tyneside doesn't want non-league football. Newcastle Blue Star NEVER get more than 500, Gateshead with a population of 200,000, the highest gate they've had in 10 years is 2,000, Whitley Bay just the same as the Star, and the reason is everybody is too pre-occupied with the toon. The only grassroots club locally with a chance is Blyth who I feel with investment could sustain lower league football.

 

In what league Newcastle Blue Star is playing? Never heard of them.

 

 

The Northern League.

 

They're basically 9 leagues off the Premiership, which sounds much closer than it is in reality.

 

Here's a diagram to show you the pyramid structure.

 

http://www.thepyramid.info/sections/N.htm

 

Thanks very much! Really interesting. btw do you a club from Percy Main? I once met a lad on holiday who said he played for that side. But he was drunk and told me it was a good club

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You got any going Stevie?

I used to run a few five a side teams.

 

At the end of the day, people who sponsor local boys clubs fair play. I get the impression though, and John Gibson has said this...Tyneside doesn't want non-league football. Newcastle Blue Star NEVER get more than 500, Gateshead with a population of 200,000, the highest gate they've had in 10 years is 2,000, Whitley Bay just the same as the Star, and the reason is everybody is too pre-occupied with the toon. The only grassroots club locally with a chance is Blyth who I feel with investment could sustain lower league football.

 

In what league Newcastle Blue Star is playing? Never heard of them.

 

 

The Northern League.

 

They're basically 9 leagues off the Premiership, which sounds much closer than it is in reality.

 

Here's a diagram to show you the pyramid structure.

 

http://www.thepyramid.info/sections/N.htm

 

Thanks very much! Really interesting. btw do you a club from Percy Main? I once met a lad on holiday who said he played for that side. But he was drunk and told me it was a good club

Yeah they're sleeping giant to be honest.  About the same size as AFC Ajax  :thup:

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You got any going Stevie?

I used to run a few five a side teams.

 

At the end of the day, people who sponsor local boys clubs fair play. I get the impression though, and John Gibson has said this...Tyneside doesn't want non-league football. Newcastle Blue Star NEVER get more than 500, Gateshead with a population of 200,000, the highest gate they've had in 10 years is 2,000, Whitley Bay just the same as the Star, and the reason is everybody is too pre-occupied with the toon. The only grassroots club locally with a chance is Blyth who I feel with investment could sustain lower league football.

 

In what league Newcastle Blue Star is playing? Never heard of them.

 

 

The Northern League.

 

They're basically 9 leagues off the Premiership, which sounds much closer than it is in reality.

 

Here's a diagram to show you the pyramid structure.

 

http://www.thepyramid.info/sections/N.htm

 

Thanks very much! Really interesting. btw do you a club from Percy Main? I once met a lad on holiday who said he played for that side. But he was drunk and told me it was a good club

Yeah they're sleeping giant to be honest. About the same size as AFC Ajax :thup:

 

:lol: :lol: What can I say..... sad enough more sleeping than giant.

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You got any going Stevie?

I used to run a few five a side teams.

 

At the end of the day, people who sponsor local boys clubs fair play. I get the impression though, and John Gibson has said this...Tyneside doesn't want non-league football. Newcastle Blue Star NEVER get more than 500, Gateshead with a population of 200,000, the highest gate they've had in 10 years is 2,000, Whitley Bay just the same as the Star, and the reason is everybody is too pre-occupied with the toon. The only grassroots club locally with a chance is Blyth who I feel with investment could sustain lower league football.

 

In what league Newcastle Blue Star is playing? Never heard of them.

 

 

The Northern League.

 

They're basically 9 leagues off the Premiership, which sounds much closer than it is in reality.

 

Here's a diagram to show you the pyramid structure.

 

http://www.thepyramid.info/sections/N.htm

 

Thanks very much! Really interesting. btw do you a club from Percy Main? I once met a lad on holiday who said he played for that side. But he was drunk and told me it was a good club

Yeah they're sleeping giant to be honest. About the same size as AFC Ajax :thup:

 

:lol: :lol: What can I say..... sad enough more sleeping than giant.

Better than NUFC though who are a giant in a coma.

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You got any going Stevie?

I used to run a few five a side teams.

 

At the end of the day, people who sponsor local boys clubs fair play. I get the impression though, and John Gibson has said this...Tyneside doesn't want non-league football. Newcastle Blue Star NEVER get more than 500, Gateshead with a population of 200,000, the highest gate they've had in 10 years is 2,000, Whitley Bay just the same as the Star, and the reason is everybody is too pre-occupied with the toon. The only grassroots club locally with a chance is Blyth who I feel with investment could sustain lower league football.

 

In what league Newcastle Blue Star is playing? Never heard of them.

 

 

The Northern League.

 

They're basically 9 leagues off the Premiership, which sounds much closer than it is in reality.

 

Here's a diagram to show you the pyramid structure.

 

http://www.thepyramid.info/sections/N.htm

 

Thanks very much! Really interesting. btw do you a club from Percy Main? I once met a lad on holiday who said he played for that side. But he was drunk and told me it was a good club

Yeah they're sleeping giant to be honest. About the same size as AFC Ajax :thup:

 

:lol: :lol: What can I say..... sad enough more sleeping than giant.

Better than NUFC though who are a giant in a coma.

 

And we both now that a coma doesnt mean your dead! And the UEFA cup final is a great occasion to wake up again!

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And we both now that a coma doesnt mean your dead! And the UEFA cup final is a great occasion to wake up again!

 

I'm on my own in thinking this, and I'm sure someone will show me this in May, but I think we can win the UEFA Cup, there's absolutely nothing to be frightened of.

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