Newcastle United 1989/1990 on DVD
Newcastle United 1989/1990 on DVD

19 August 1989: Newcastle United 5-2 Leeds United

This Classic Match from our archives comes from the opening day of the 1989/1990 season. The full Season review DVD is available at the visionsport shop and on Amazon.

It was the season the prolific strike partnership of Mick Quinn and Mark McGhee shared over 50 League goals as the Geordies secured a top three finish for Jim Smith’s men. And this was how it all began with a spectacular debut for the Mighty Quinn.

Introduced by John Gubba.Match commentator Colin Benson


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