Jamie shares some stadium stories with us, as well as giving us his views on a host of topics on and off the pitch
On this week's episode of the Sporticos Football Stories Podcast, Craig chats to Jamie Smith, Newcastle United fan and contributor to The Mag, and independent NUFC news site. Jamie and Craig don't hold back when discussing media representation of the club and its fans, Mike Ashley and his defenders, and the dark days The Magpies have been through. The boys also talk about the bright future ahead under the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia.
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