In preparation for the 2014-15 season, The Republik of Mancunia has spoken to fans of all the clubs in the Premier League about last season, next season, their own clubs and their thoughts on United.
Mark Jensen owns The Mag.
Scott: How did you rate 2013-14 for Newcastle?
Mark: A typical Newcastle United season under Mike Ashley.
Newcastle United Â fanzine editor Mark Jensen and the first chair of the newly-elected board of the
Newcastle United Supporters' Trust, has given an interview today to the Evening Chronicle. Chris
Hughton - a good manager for Newcastle United Jensen seems to have total confidence in new
Newcastle manager Chris Hughton,Â and he Â told the Evening Chronicle today: [.
We haven't been hearing much about the Newcastle United Supporters Trust (NUST) recently, maybe
because at this moment in time they don't have an angle to attack the current ownership of
Newcastle United from. With things going well on the pitch and remaining quiet off it, any negative
comments could possibly backfire on them as [.
Gathering my thoughts, my notes and my open mind, I ordered a pint of Deuchars last night and
settled myself against the bar of The Strawberry at approximately 7.25pm, ready to listen to what
the committee representatives of the Newcastle United Supporter's Trust (NUST), had to say for
themselves. I was under no illusions that with [.
Toon Army look to buy their club back from Obese and Odious Owner.
Newcastle United Supporters' Trust have formally launched plans to raise funds to buy
the club from owner Mike Ashley.
The 'Yes We Can' campaign hopes to draw on support from fans, business and financial institutions
with a view to taking ownership of the club.
The Newcastle United Supporters Trust (NUST) has launched its 'Yes We Can' campaign, which aims to
raise enough funds to finance a fan buy out of the club. The NUST's plan, which has been dubbed
'Barcelona on the Tyne' by the financial community, aims to democratise the club and ensure that
the 'current situation at Newcastle [.