Clark on the cover for Wolves visit
Sunday’s issue of UNITED – Newcastle United’s official matchday programme – carries an exclusive interview with defender Ciaran Clark, as the Magpies take on Wolves at St. James’ Park.
The centre half, who made only his second Premier League start of 2019 in the memorable 1-0 win over Manchester United earlier this month, could line up again for Steve Bruce’s side as they go in search of a second successive home victory.
Thirty-year-old Clark kept his place for the trip to Chelsea last weekend, and this week he sat down with UNITED to discuss his return to the side, his long-running battle win a place in Newcastle’s starting XI and his take on the season so far.
In addition to the exclusive interview with the Republic of Ireland international, one of the Magpies’ most popular players of the 1970s Tony Green – who scored his final goal for the club against Wolves – chats to us in Flying Visit.
Meanwhile, young midfielder Matty Longstaff makes his Toon Tombola debut, while Oisin McEntee is profiled in High Hopes.
Head coach Steve Bruce and captain Jamaal Lascelles pen their regular columns, and there’s plenty of historical content to enjoy too as Paul Joannou tells the tale behind what is technical the club’s biggest ever win, when Newcastle East End scored 17 against Point Pleasant.
There are many ways of getting your hands on a copy of each edition of UNITED throughout the season:
At the ground
Firstly, on home matchdays copies will be sold around St. James’ Park by sellers and in the club shop for just £3, allowing you to easily pick up the perfect accompaniment to your matchday.
This season, you can have every league and cup programme drop through your letterbox via ProgrammeMaster’s subscription service, costing just £110 for UK residents which includes all the postage and packaging.
If you don’t live in the UK, then they also offer worldwide shipping, allowing you to receive your programmes wherever you are supporting them in the world. Get your subscription here.
ProgrammeMaster also sell individual copies for just £3 plus postage.