Welcome back to the 14th edition of the NUFC Hotspot Quiz. Following on from last weeks 2012/13 Europa League Campaign themed quiz (Can be found here), we take things back to a general knowledge test.
With today’s upcoming fixture against the Birmingham based club, we though it would be a great opportunity for a ‘Where are they now?’ episode to reflect on our squad which thrashed Aston Villa 6-0 back in 2010.
Welcome back to the 13th edition of the NUFC Hotspot Quiz. Following on from last weeks general knowledge theme, we look back to our last European Campaign.
Welcome to the first episode of our new series ‘Previous 3 Points’. Throughout this series we take a look back at important, memorable, or forgotten 3 points that we have picked up.
Welcome back to the 12th edition of the NUFC Hotspot Quiz. Following on from last weeks general knowledge theme we continue testing your knowledge on all things black and white.
In this episode of Player Insights we take a detailed look at our eccentric American full back, DeAndre Yedlin. Known as much for his large personality as his pace down the right hand side of the pitch, we take a look at his footballing journey from past to present, before analysing his time at St James’ Park.
Following on from our worst 5 moments of the current campaign, we take a look at the best 5 moments of the 2019/20 season. There is a general feeling of negativity around the football played this year, which is justifiable, however we have also been treated to some moments that will live long in theContinue reading “NUFC Hotspot Opinions: Top 5 Moments of 2019/20”
To kick off the brand new series of NUFC Hotspot Opinions, we discuss the five lowest points of our current campaign. Although the season is currently unfinished, the return of football, scheduled for June 17th, will no doubt have a whole new feeling to it. We thought now would be the perfect time to reflect on a turbulent season so far.
Welcome back to the 11th edition of the NUFC Hotspot Quiz. After last weeks special edition, focusing on Newcastle United number 10’s, we return to testing your knowledge on all general things in black and white.
Dwight Gayle is one of the most confusing players to have played in black and white. Being so lethal in front of a Championship goal, he cannot replicate any of the same effectiveness in the Premier League. Throughout this article we take a look at his footballing journey, analyse his time in the North East, and see what the strikers future may hold.