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Newcastle United news from The Chronicle newspaper in Newcastle. See also our Facebook page for NUFC (https://www.facebook.com/NewcastleChronicle)
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The Telegraph's Luke Edwards joins Football Editor Mark Douglas and host Andrew Musgrove to discuss the latest with NUFC includingThe takeoverMatty Longstaff's futureThe season ticket debacle Steve Bruce's futureThomas Horton of Football Law also joins us to look into the director and owners test.
**Originally Nov in May 2018. Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast. This is part two of Gibbo's Corner covering Kevin Keegan. This section looks at KK's time as manager both in the 1990s and 2000s. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
This is Part 2 of our NUFC Lockdown Live. Host Andrew Musgrove was joined by over 100 fans as Lee Ryder, Mark Douglas, Ciaran Kelly, Sean McCormick and The Mirror's Simon Bird discuss the NUFC takeover.
This Part One of our NUFC Lockdown Live. Our Chronicle NUFC team were joined by NUFC legend Warren Barton and The Mirror's Simon Bird.We discuss all things NUFC.
As it's Gazza's 53rd Birthday today (27/05/20) we've decided to republish this episode of Gibbo's Corner. This episode was originally broadcast in March 2018. Hello and welcome to the second episode of Gibbo's corner brought to you by the Everything is Black and White Podcast of Chronicle Live. John Gibson who has worked for the Chronicle for more than 50 years joins Andrew Musgrove for the second episode of Gibbo's corner to speak about Paul Gascoigne. 'Gazza' - is thought by many to be one of the world's best ever footballers. Gibbo takes us through the Geordie's rise - from the young lad kicking a ball in the streets of Dunston to high life of playing for Lazio. In between comes his breakthrough into the Newcastle side, Italia 90, as well as the tales of what happened after. The podcast is sponsored by Lloyd Motor Group For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast - and another episode of Gibbo's Corner.This episode features on Kevin Keegan but with so much to talk about, we've split into two parts - his playing career and management at Newcastle.Over the next 45 minutes, John Gibson covers Keegan's arrival as a player, his impact on and off the pitch and his exit.Gibbo has grown to become a good friend of KK, often accompanying on roadshows across the North East - so there are some tales to be told!Part Two will be out on Wednesday 21st November. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
*originally broadcast December 2018*Newcastle United have always had colourful characters on the pitch but their antics were often matched by those in the boardroom.In the latest episode of Gibbo's Corner - brought to you by The Everything is Black and White Podcast - the focus is on the chairmen, and directors who ruled the boardroom down the years.Gibbo, who dealt with some of United's most eccentric directors, takes us behind the newspaper headlines that dominated Tyneside over the last 60 years of United.From Stan Seymour overruling managers, the public battles between the aforementioned and William McKeag, to the Magpies Groups' bloody war to takeover the club in the late 80s and early 90s.You can listen to full podcast by clicking below or going to acast, iTunes or Spotify.Please remember to like, subscribe and rate our podcast and also get in touch with us at @ChronicleNUFC both on Facebook and Twitter with your questions and feed. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Originally broadcast in May 2019.Fifty years on from Newcastle United's famous - and last - trophy win, the Everything is Black and White podcast speaks to Magpies legend Frank Clark and the man who covered it all, John 'Gibbo' Gibson, to delve deeper into the side that wrote themselves into Newcastle folklore.This teaser episode brings you the story of a semi-final against Rangers that became infamous for what happened off the pitch rather than on it.Hear the full episode on the fiftieth anniversary of the final next week. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Andrew Musgrove caught up with Tony Green - who for many is considered one of the best to have ever played for Newcastle United. Yet he only played 33 games before injury forced him to retire at the age of just 25. We spoke about the tough months after that injury, and all the happy memories made at Newcaste.
Football finance expert and University lecturer on football finance Kieran Maguire joins us on today's episode.He shares his view on the opposition to NUFC takeover, and explains a bit about financial fair play.
Our chief Sports Writer Lee Ryder held a Q&A on Instagram, here's what was said as the takeover of NUFC moves closer.
Originally recorded December 2017.***John Gibson has worked for Chronicle/Chronicle Live for over 50 years and has covered Newcastle United through the highs and lows! As a kid he watched Jackie Milburn play for Newcastle United and then became a friend of the United legend as Milburn took up journalism.Andrew Musgrove sits down with Gibbo to talk about Milburn, and the memories of a great player, a fantastic ambassador for the club and city and great friend. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
In the first of a new series of the Everything is Black and White Podcast, we're asking writers and guests to give us their top manager, captain, match, goal and moment of Newcastle United. First up is John Gibson - and a hint, there's a bit of a Fairs Cup theme.
Football editor Mark Douglas joins host Andrew Musgrove for a podcast recorded on VE Day. The pair discuss the NUFC takeover, the digital Town Hall meeting, Project Restart, and the perils of covering a takeover. While Mark reveals his anger at United letting Rafa Benitez walk away, and why he'd love to see him back in the dugout at St James' Park.
Welcome to the Everything is Black and White Podcast and another episode of Gibbo's Corner.John Gibson returns to the mic, to talk to host Andrew Musgrove about the nearly men of Newcastle United.Gibbo takes us through the deals that very nearly happened - not rumours or gossip - but deals which just needed the ink drying on the contracts.The players in the list include George Weah, Roberto Baggio and Graeme Souness, while Gibbo takes us through the day that Brian Clough nearly became Newcastle United manager.Brought to you in association with Etoro. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Veteran Chronicle journalist John 'Gibbo' Gibson joins us to share his thoughts on various topics including the impending takeover, the future of Steve Bruce, the potential of a new manager, and Project Restart!
Newcastle United play a huge role in the community helping out those most in need. One of the groups to benefit are those suffering from dementia. The club, through the Newcastle United Foundation, have launched a monthly dementia cafe which provides respite for those suffering with the condition. Andrew Musgrove attended one of the cafes to find out what it was all about.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Chief sports writer Lee Ryder joins host Andrew Musgrove to discuss the latest with the Newcastle United takeover as of 29th April at 3pm.
The Daily Mirror's Simon Bird has covered Newcastle United since the earlier 2000s for the national newspaper, and spoke to host Andrew Musgrove about the imminent NUFC takeover.While excited for the footballing future of the club under the ownership of Amanda Staveley, the Public Investment Fund and the Reuben Brothers, Bird doesn't want people to shy away from the well documented issues raised about Saudi Arabia. This interview was recorded on Monday, 20th April.
Football editor Mark Douglas joins host Andrew Musgrove on April 28th to present an update on the NUFC takeover. Topics include - the latest with the Premier League test, the second bidder, and why it's too early to be talking about players!
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