The final touches of our new issue of true faith are being put together right now and we’re really happy that what we’ve got for you can’t be topped.
As usual, the new issue (tf118) is a 100-page extravaganza and rammed with all the debate of the day and quite a bit more beside.
In the new issue we have the start of a new series looking at candidates for the Trainer’s job at United. First up is Remi Garde and our man Wallace Wilson has shone a bright light in every nook and cranny of the Frenchman’s career. It’s an outstanding piece of writing, hugely informative and entertaining from one of Deckham’s finest.
As you might expect we’ve taken a hard look at everything that has occurred since the last issue and we think our analysis couldn’t be more thorough as our writers new and old look at Charnley, Carver and once again we try and weigh up what Ashley is going to do next.
We also have two pieces once again going through the United finances as well as looking at the recent Deloitte report on football clubs.
While we aren’t being speccy bean counters we quite like football and we have some great analysis on man of the moment Remy Cabella as well as local lad Paul Dummett.
We also have a great piece – Sketch For Winter analysing what United should have done in the latest transfer window.
I’m delighted to announce that our popular column Thru Black & White Eyes – the diary of all the twists and turns in the Newcastle United story is back in our pages but it is in the more than capable hands of regular writer and podcast stalwart Alex Hurst. I’ll confess to having been worn out after 15 years of penning the diary column for true faith but I’m confident in the capable hands of Alex it will have a new lease of life. Onwards and upwards.
All of our regular columns are here as ever – Feel Every Beat, Postcards From The Edge, Leftfield, Substance, The 60 Second Season, Drums & Wires and The End. From our ex-pat writers in Spain and Brazil, Tony Higgins and John Milton keep us up to date with what is going down in the football worlds of two of the game’s foremost nations.
Masses of great writing with all of the bells and whistles you have come to expect.
In these depressing times it’s nice to mull over better days and they don’t come any better than the ones provided by Kevin Keegan. Marc Corby is providing us with a 3-part series into KK’s time on Tyneside and quite honestly, Part One is the dog’s bollocks – the writing is magnificent but so are the brilliant photos.
And loads more!
Since 1999, true faith has been one of the most widely read, best-selling and most respected fanzines in the country. As a hard-back paper version it was regularly reached a shortlist of six for the Football Supporters Federation’s Fanzine of the Year and in its first year entirely in digital format, true faith was shortlisted (6) for the FSF’s Independent Website of the Year from a field of literally thousands of sites.
The writing in true faith has always been its strongest suit but the design and layout of our fanzine – be it in paper or digitally has always been way ahead of the game. Our writers come in all shapes and sizes but all are just like you – proper supporters bound by a love of Newcastle United Football Club, the city, Tyneside and the wider North East region.
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