El West Bromwich Albion de Segunda División recibe al Newcastle United de primera división en la quinta ronda de la Copa FA 1973-74. Con el respaldo de una paliza de 5-1 sobre Coventry en la liga y respaldado por aproximadamente 15,000 fanáticos, United es simplemente demasiado fuerte para The Throstles. Asistencia: 42.699 Exclusivo de la página de Facebook Newcastle United: imágenes y videoclips muy raros de 1980 a 1994
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They underachieved with that Newcastle United team in my opinion they were a tidy side but inconsistent
Great game and day out. I went on the League Liner train
Saturdays as a kid in the 70's was great , Bruce's Generation Game , Morcombe & Wise , Mum making Sandwhices and Tea before MOTD with Mum and Dad , then over to BBC 2 for the late night Horror Movie , Magic
Some good football on a bad pitch
I was there
I remember this match well. Men against boys I'm afraid. We beat Notts county 4-0 in round 3. Everton 1-0 at the Hawthorns after a replay. We drew 0-0 at Goodison Park on the Sunday. Our support at Everton was equal to Newcastles support at the Hawthorns….BOING BOING. Newcastle reached Wembley that season only to lose 0-3 to Kevin Keegan's inspired Liverpool……🇬🇧👍.
What a memory, I went on the United Automobile Co bus that picked up all round the NE for away games, as a 17 year old it was amazing, 42,699 I think of which half were Geordies, I remember the Police just told us to go in any turnstile and walk round the pitch to the other end, just to get everyone in before the kick off. Hallelujah John Tudor, and on that pitch. In those days the draw was made for the next round straight after the game, everyone was dead chuffed to get Forest at home but that's another story! Still got home to watch the tribute on MOD. Brilliant.
I'm so starved of football that im just searching on YouTube random matches lol. This one came up for WestBrom v Newcastle.
imagine Joelinton trying to score on that pitch.
Was at the game must have been over 20k from the toon that day, fantastic days they don't make them like that anymore.
Real men playing on pitches that resemble the moon surface, fans treat like cattle and getting soaked in the rain, bloody brilliant ! Oh, and the joy at throwing the obligatory bog roll when your team scored .
That Toon support Man! !
Great atmosphere and what a pitch! Nowadays football is so bloody dull
The Police don’t want that many away fans these days, it’s a shame as they make a great atmosphere.
GREAT MOMENTS –WE ''RE CHILDREN –WATCHING T V EVERY SATURDAY —-MARVELLOUS !!!!
By could we do with an away win like this now
Supermac was class
My first away game, Newcastle were brilliant that day!!
this game featured on M.O.T.D and actually had Newcastle singing the Blaydon Races blending into the end theme tune-look at the state of the pitch? molly coddled players today would probably refuse to play. Just goes to show how good some of the players from yesteryear really were. My late father loved the late great Terry Hibbitt- we had some great players back then. NUFC.
Fantastic game. I went on one of the old "Football Specials" trains. Support was tremendous and was actually featured on MOTD. Supermac was unstoppable at times and it is great to see that goal by "Silver Bullet" John Tudor.
I was at this game. The official attendance was over 41,000 of which Newcastle had a 16,000 following. Personally I thought there were many more Newcastle fans there. It was certainly the biggest away following I've seen at the Albion in the fifty years I've supported them.
remember this game, as a west brom fan walking to the ground llloooaaaddddsss of newcastle fans there, Tudour & Mac ripped us apart that day….
Josh, my mate 'Geordie' Fred Watson, whom played under Bill Shankley at Carlisle United in the early 1960s,as goalkeeper, was a huge fan of 'Jinking' Jimmy Smith.
Lollololooloolooloolollolloloolollolollolool my mates great uncle is playing in that game is name is Jimmy smith