Alex Hurst hosts Norman Riley and Marc Corby to discuss another poor game for as the season starts badly. The lads talk about:
Why do we keep seeing the same performance from Steve Bruce's side?
Why does it appear like we don't even try to get
Alex Hurst hosted Michael Carling, Pete Davey and Norman Riley to talk through Newcastle United's defeat to West Ham United on the opening day of the Premier League season.
The lads discuss:
What went wrong, particularly for the three goals c
Alex is joined in the TF studio by new recruit Kyle as well as Norman and Ben to preview NUFC's season to come as the Premier League kicks off for United at home to West Ham on Sunday the 15th.
The lads look at:
How excited are we for the new
Alex Hurst hosts Norman Riley and Marc Corby to look at the total apathy surrounding Newcastle United at the moment and how it compares to previous eras for supporters.
The lads discuss the lack of interest this pre-season in comparison to the
Alex Hurst spoke to all ten candidates in the upcoming Newcastle United Supporters Trust board election about:
What they feel the biggest issues facing Newcastle United are
What motivated them to stand for election
Why you should lend them you
Michael Martin speaks to Graeme Hanna and Mark Dingwall from 'Follow Follow' the Rangers fanzine and supporters community about their experience of new Newcastle United kit supplier Castore.
Castore also supplier strips for Rangers Football Cl
Alex hosts Norman, Ben and Micky to discuss the full Newcastle United season 20/21
The lads talk through what has mostly been a wretched season but with a decent ending. Discussion includes:
12th place - the best we could have hoped for or a
Alex Hurst hosts Simon Campbell and Ben Wade to talk about Newcastle United's two nil win over Fulham on the final day of the Premier League season.
Thanks to goals from Super Joe Willock United finished in 12th place with 45 points,
If you l
Micky hosts Si and Norman for a look back at the return of fans to SJP which saw an average at best performance from Steve Bruce's side, a look ahead to the last day trip to the "posh part of London" as well as some big picture questions on Wil
Alex Hurst is joined by Norman Riley, Charlotte Robson and marc Corby to talk through a home defeat to champions Manchester City at St James' Park.
Despite the defeat there was a huge improvement in approach and performance from the team and p
Alex Hurst hosts Simon Campbell, Marc Corby and first time guest Emil Franchi to discuss an incredible performance and victory for Newcastle United over Leicester City.
There's love for Joe Will-ock, Martin D and loads more players who produce
Alex Hurst hosts Michael Martin and Yousef Hatem to discuss a crazy day even by Newcastle United standards.
Mike Ashley released a statement detailing HMRC had dropped their investigation into the club and that he was taking the Premier League
Alex Hurst hosts Norman Riley and Charlotte Robson to talk through another disgraceful performance against a mid table Premier League side.
Why is the manager treating Arsenal like they're about to win the league?
Why have we witnessed the sam
Newcastle managed to pick-up an unexpected point away to the Super League Liverpool thanks to some battling individual performances and another super sub show from Joe Willock. Si, Adam and Norm dissect the game and what the rest of the season
Michael Creane hosts Norman Riley and Alex Hurst to discuss the ruinous plans for a European Super League that have emerged today.
Prem Patter is a podcast you can hear weekly on True Faith's Patreon platform where all ten Premier League fixtu
Alex Hurst hosts Norman Riley, Simon Campbell and Ben Wade to look back at a massive win for United.
The lads look into:
A brilliant win
A very bad second performance
Willock and Ritchie - both class
Much, much more
If you like the show ple
Alex Hurst hosts Norman Riley and Michael Carling to look back at a HUGE win for Newcastle United as they beat Burnley.
The lads talk about the big game players in Allan Saint Maximan and Martin Dubravka, praise Sean Longstaff, disagree about
Marc Corby and Alex Hurst, both of the Newcastle United Supporters Trust board, talk through the new initiative the 1892 Pledge Scheme
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Alex hosts Norman, Adam & Chris to discuss a better showing from United against Tottenham.
There's another formation change, more players sacrificed and even a decent showing from Joelinton
However the performance and changes raise more que
Regular host of our nostalgia podcasts Marc Corby is once again joined by Mick Whisson for another 'As it Was When It Was' special.
This time focusing on the unexpectedly positive 1987-88 campaign, the lads remember the main games, players and
Charlotte Robson is joined by Mick Martin to discuss what exactly is wrong at Newcastle United. It's not just bad results, a bad manager, it's all of the above and then some.
If you lik
Alex Hurst hosts the True Faith Newcastle United Podcast to discuss another disastrous result and performance to Brighton.
Alex is joined by Charlotte Robson, Simon Campbell and Norman Riley to talk through how it went so badly wrong and why t
Marc Corby takes another trip down memory lane to discuss the incredible 2002-03 season under Sir Bobby Robson.
With Mark Walker joining on loan from the Gallowgate Shots YouTube channel, the lads touch on the 2001-02 season and the summer's W
Alex hosts Adam and Norman to talk through United's insipid last minute draw with Aston Villa. The lads are joined by author Harry De Cosemo to analyse:
What's Joe Cole on about?
Why it's a bad result
The stinking formation
The relegation pic
Micky hosts Marc, Si and Ben to look back at, even for our standards, an insane week on Gallowgate which culminated in an absolute dismal display at the Hawthorns. As things stand (and it looks like for the foreseeable) the manager remains in h
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