Here at Leazes Terrace we try to keep our fingers firmly on the pulse. We understand your 24/7 lust for precision statistical analysis and inane ramblings, incredulously loosely based on football. We also understand social networking will become the primary method for all forms of communication and in the not too distant future you will be celebrating Newcastle United goals by pressing the ‘Like’ button on the official NUFC fan page and ‘lol’ing every time Lee Cattermole is sent off. In keeping with this vogue, you can keep up to date with our latest utterings via Twitter, Facebook and now via subscribing to our RSS feed.
Leazes Terrace On Twitter
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