The lads are back, this time picking through both the Wolves results, getting carried away for the cup, and officailly getting the Hype Train started for the crunch-match with Aston Villa this weekend.
It’s a notion that’s gained serious traction in the last few weeks, but would Rafa Benitez and his new look Newcastle side be able to beat the team of big-name stars who finished 18th in the Premier League last season. So Adam and Ross decided to settle this the only way they could, by belting each other on FIFA 16.
Adam and Ross pile into the BDSM dungeon to watch Newcastle’s trip to Derby. Featuring a whole lot of fun and the reaction to the most outrageous goal either of them have seen in an age.
The lads do their best to contain themselves following two wins in 3 days and debate the merits of 15 litres of Um-Bongo.
In what is probably the closest we’ll ever get to interviewing Rafa Benitez, Taylor Payne joins Adam and Ross to discuss his recent afternoon with the Newcastle boss. Features an insight into the changes at the club, how to defend a set piece with a chair, and a new approach both on and off the field. Absolutely bloody fascinating, this.
The NUFC Fans Forum is back, and this Adam and Ross take a look back at what was a great summer transfer window for Newcastle United. Plus a bloody dramatic day for Moussa Sissoko, and what the team’s strongest XI is going forward.
A day that will live in infamy. After months and months of speculation and counter-claim, Moussa Sissoko finally packed up his pet lip and left St James’ Park forever.
With Newcastle finally recording their first win of the Championship season, Adam and Ross go through the game, answer your questions, and muse over whether or not the Jaffa Cake is actually a biscuit.
After the long wait of the summer and it’s finally here. No, not Newcastle’s predictably stammering start to the real football season, but NUFCfans gigantic co-operative Football Manager campaign where we’re putting you, the fans, in combined control of the club.
Last month we asked you to choose your manager, and after a tightly contested vote you opted for the baals-oot, nee-nonsense stylings of Ross Tweddell…
The new season got underway this past Friday, and to celebrate the NUFCfans boys gathered around the tele to cheer Newcastle on to a comfortable opening day win…