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5th April 2021

Zoom Army: Fabian Schär on cooking competitions with Carroll, Ritchie and Wilson and his lockdown hair

While we can now meet up to five friends or family members in a park or garden, as long as social distancing is maintained, it's been a time where spending time with loved ones has been a rare treat, so sitting down in person for a chat with one of Newcastle United's first team squad has been equally challenging. So this season, we've been inviting supporters to submit their questions to UNITED, the Magpies' award-winning matchday programme, and we're asking the best ones via Zoom.

Ahead of Sunday's game against Spurs, Fabian Schär updated us on his recovery from the knee injury he suffered in February as well as revealing all about the Magpies' very own version of Come Dine With Me and explaining why despite speaking several languages, he still struggles to understand a word that comes out of the mouth of one of his team-mates.

Zoom Army regularly appears in UNITED, which is packed with 84 pages of exclusive interviews and features, plus regular columns from head coach Steve Bruce and skipper Jamaal Lascelles, every home game. Supporters can subscribe for the season here to receive their programme before every match at St. James' Park.

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