Every now and again your lovable gobshite fanzine goes a little off-topic (sort of) and dives into the finger buffet of life’s fancies in what some might regard as self-indulgent but others think of as being within the scope of a fanzine culture with its nods to the world of fashion, politics and music.
In this latest issue, our fun-packed Summer Special of over 136 pages of beautifully designed fanzine, Michael Joyce has taken a nostalgic look back to his younger days when weekends were about the struggles of late 80s, early 90s Newcastle United, in some ways a very one-dimensional nightlife scene in our own city but the discovery of a rather special nightclub, down the road in Manchester.
This is a great read and whilst it won’t resonate with every reader it will chime with those of a certain generation who come from a certain taste and way of thinking. Even if this wasn’t your thing, you will still enjoy reading a fellow supporter relate his thoughts reminiscing of a certain point in his own life in a rites of passage kind of way but also be interested in his views on our city as well of course this er, fun-packed era in Newcastle United’s history.
All you need to get at Michael’s rip-roaring good read is click here.
true faith is Newcastle United’s longest-running and by some distance most popular fanzine. It is now available exclusively in digital format with all of the traditional flavours of a rich fanzine culture but all of the bells and whistles that come with the modern age. It is also absolutely and 100% FREE. You can get at the whole fanzine by clicking on the image below.
On behalf of everyone connected to true faith, we all really hope you enjoy it.
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