As mentioned a few times our new bumper summer special issue of true faith (TF126) is available to download now absolutely FREE of charge. This week as we look forward to the new season and new Rafa Benitez era kicking off, its probably a good time to bring some pieces to your attention that sum up the mood of supporters around United at the moment.
Carl Pharoah sums up his feelings towards United and a renewed sense of optimism in his excellent debut piece for true faith entitled EMOTIONAL RESCUE. You can get at Carl’s piece by just clicking here
Another true faith debutant, Phil Mudie captures the anxieties we went through on relegation and the agonies endured wondering if Rafa would stay with United. Phil’s really well-written article – HEADSTART FOR HAPPINESS is ready for you to get at and all you need to do is click here and its all yours.
Completing a trio of true faith debutant writers, Sue Ellis explains the change in atmosphere at the match from having McClaren in the dug-out to Rafa, I’m sure Sue’s piece will strike a chord with many of us. To read Sue’s top article, HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL, just click here.
But there is much more in this issue of true faith (TF126) which we know is about to become the most widely read issue of any Newcastle United fanzine ever, overtaking the previous issue and continuing the stratospheric popularity of this new format of fanzine for modern football supporters in the digital age. true faith is the most widely read and longest running Newcastle United fanzine as well as having the largest readership of any independent, fan-led publication in the UK. You can get issues of the true faith fanzine onto any device you care to mention. Our recommended device is a tablet or i-pad but it works very well on smart-phones, PCs and desk-tops. It is also absolutely and completely FREE.
Whatever way you read it, read it – just click on the image below and the whole 136-page issue 126 is all yours. For nowt.
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