Magpies Zone teamed up with The Times

Regarding the start of Newcastle's new season, We’ve teamed up with The Times to celebrate the launch of The Goals hub, the new football service that offers subscribers the first chance to see every Premier League goal this season, both online and on smartphone.

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We are giving Magpies Zone readers the chance to win one of  3 x three-month subscriptions to The Times Digital Pack, which, in addition to The Goals hub provides award-winning sport and news coverage plus exclusive benefits.

This competition follows the innovative advertising campaign the Sports Newspaper of the Year has used to mark the beginning of the season and launch the new service. The Times has worked with each Premier League club to develop 20 unique adverts which see the iconic masthead of The Times redesigned to feature a symbolic club image.

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The Times app for smartphones features The Goals hub, which will offer extensive coverage of the Premier League, giving fans access to near-live goal replays, live commentary and expert analysis, all in one place. Also online at www.thetimes.co.uk, highlights of each match will be available at midnight on the day of every game.*

The complete subscription offers the latest news on your phone, unlimited access to The Times and The Sunday Times websites, as well as membership to Times+ for events, offers and extras including prizes and rewards. Please visit www.thetimes.co.uk/goals for more details.

For your chance to win a three-month subscription to The Times Digital Pack including access to The Goals hub, just answer the following question:

Who is Newcastle United’s leading Premier League goalscorer of all time?

To enter, simply email your answer to thetimesgoals@tpf-london.com with Magpies Zone in the subject field, together with your full name and home address. Good luck!

* Full access to Premier League highlights in The Goals hub is only available to users in the UK due to rights restrictions.

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  1. The image on the poster was made/sent to me by the tpf-london agency officer, so it’s not from google or any other sources. Thanks for your concern Tim 🙂

  2. This is not the recognisable british bird on the poster. Was this an error on Google images or is our own too associated with garden violence and burglary?

  3. I saw this ad on the tube yesterday and I thought the exact same thing. I can’t find any reference to these ads other than on here and a couple of other club-related blogs for the Villa, Arsenal and Fulham ads.

    Someone’s head needs to roll for this. I’m taking this shit to the highest court in the land.

    I think it’s a blackbird that’s been photoshopped in magpie colours for some bizarre reason.

  4. Tim Jones, You are right! The bird on the poster is a Oriental Magpie Robin, common in parts of Asia, famous for its song but a Pica Pica it is not.

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