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Our resident Pod Squad Taylor and Besty will very soon recording a special episode of the RobLeetrue faith : PODCAST with none other than Newcastle United legend, Robert Lee.

We will have this extra special episode of the true faith : PODCAST  with you very soon but to oil what we’re really anticipating will be a superb session with one of the club’s best players in modern times, we are inviting you to drop a line in the comments box below with your questions, memories and observations and we’ll hope to raise them with General Lee during the recording of the true faith : PODCAST.

Keep checking the website out for details.

In the meantime, we have a rather spiffing episode of the true faith : PODCAST newly available following a massive jaw-jaw with none other than Times NE celebrated football journalist and canny gadgie, George Caulkin. It really is excellent listening.

Get on it at true faith : PODCAST





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5 Responses to true faith : PODCAST WITH ROBERT LEE

  1. William McGahey says:

    I’ll get a generally shite, cliched question in first, who was the best player he ever played with at NUFC?

  2. Johnnie Aka Bristol Mag says:

    Are you a salt n vinegar or a cheese n onion man? Or… Why didn’t the rest of the squad hold Warren Barton down and give him a hair cut?

  3. Davey says:

    Would Rob tell his mate Alan to knock this ‘United’ shit on the head when he’s on MOTD and he’s talking about Man U? Also, does he think KK was/is vastly under rated as a manager especially by outsiders to the region/national media?

  4. Horsey says:

    In respect to the recent Tiote non-goal against Man City, how angry were you with the ref when you scored against Brentford from you own half only for a free kick, TO US if I remember rightly, being given!! I’d probably of been in court on the Monday if it had been me!!

  5. Peter Rankin says:

    Who is the best Newcastle player to have worn no.7 since you left the club and why? (Not spoiled for choice but I’d be interested in his opinion).