Chronicled: The History of NUFC | Episode 14: 1950-51: The FA Cup Habit Returns

It's the start of a golden era for Newcastle United: the 1950s. The club's FA Cup habit returns with a trio of Wembley successes on the horizon led by Jackie Milburn.

Paul and Matt are joined by NUFC 'Stat King' Bill Swann, who has helped Paul with facts and figures in his Ultimate Record NUFC book series over the years and attended his first Newcastle United game in 1949. Bill is also a distant relative of Jackie Milburn...

Bill's first game, plus the 1951 final is discussed, along with a special focus on Joe Harvey and a chat around the mysterious 'lucky penny' that supposedly brought Newcastle goals in three separate finals is all discussed.

Theme music by Tom Ramsey.

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