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Exclusive Saint-Maximin interview in free cup quarter-final programme

Although no supporters will be able to attend the Magpies' remaining matches this season, Newcastle United is still producing its award-winning matchday programme - and it's free

The coronavirus outbreak has meant many changes to everybody's usual matchday routine, and that includes the traditional stop at one of the programme kiosks on the way to St. James' Park - but the club have produced digital-only editions of UNITED for the last two games and there's a new issue for Sunday's Emirates FA Cup quarter-final clash with Manchester City. 

Allan Saint-Maximin is the cover star and, in an exclusive interview, speaks about his experience of lockdown, his current form and why this weekend's fixture is so important for him and the supporters.

And you can read the interview, and much more, for free here. You will require a modern smartphone, tablet or compute, a strong wi-fi connection (the programme will work on mobile data but is a large download) and the latest version of Chrome, Firefox or Safari.

If you have any trouble reading please check the above criteria are met, then try clearing the cache of your browser and reloading. Supporters are welcome to download and print out the programme for their own collections.

Elsewhere in UNITED, Jonjo Shelvey answers questions from supporters via the medium of a video call in the new feature, Zoom Army, while there's a chat with Peter Ramage, who was part of the last Newcastle side to reach the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, back in 2006.

Club historian Paul Joannou focuses on some classic FA Cup games and memorabilia from the past, while in another new feature we find out how Newcastle supporters have coped amidst the current pandemic.

There's also the usual guide to the opposition, a half-time quiz and columns from head coach Steve Bruce and skipper Jamaal Lascelles, plus much more!​

Sunday's edition of UNITED is now available to read and download here

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