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George Caulkin
Chronicler of Misery for The Times (North East football, mainly), Patron of the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation & hapless runner. george.caulkin@thetimes.co.uk
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Sir Bobby Robson Foundation 4h
Fantastic news! Thank you to everyone who's bought a ticket. Not long to wait now...
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Newcastle Blue Star Dec 11
Just watched the Bobby Robson documentary on Netflix. Wow. What a beautiful reflection of such a gentleman who touched and inspired the lives of so many I was in tears throughout much of that. 😢 Incredible.
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Times Sport Dec 10
On Day 11 of calendar, here's another chance to read an interview with a difference - spoke to one player from each World Cup squad from which there is a surviving member. Exclusive pictures by
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George Caulkin Dec 10
An interview of two halves with Kevin Nolan.
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George Caulkin Dec 10
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George Caulkin Dec 10
Replying to @StellaJase
A Geordie giving up his time to open a complementary therapy cancer centre right there.
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George Caulkin Dec 10
Liz is small and irritating, but I love her to bits and she does INCREDIBLE things for . (I don’t mean holding a microphone, anybody could do that).
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George Caulkin Dec 10
Replying to @jemmapage
Thank you Jemma!
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George Caulkin Dec 10
Replying to @CaulkinTheTimes
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George Caulkin Dec 10
Little bit of audio with Professor Ruth Plummer & Shola Ameobi about the opening of the new Complementary Therapy Suite at the Northern Centre for Cancer Care, why it matters & Sir Bobby’s legacy through ⁦
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George Caulkin Dec 10
Shola Ameobi and Lady Elsie Robson opening the new Complementary Therapy Suite at the Northern Centre for Cancer Care at Freeman Hospital. ⁦
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George Caulkin Dec 10
Replying to @camsell59 @henrywinter
Hang on a second, I wouldn’t go that far. I still haven’t decided what I want to be when I grow up, although I hope it won’t be a massive racist twat.
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George Caulkin Dec 10
Replying to @LukeEdwardsTele
I am the early bird and although by no means have I caught the worm, I am at least aware of the worm’s existence.
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George Caulkin Dec 10
Replying to @Sirbobbyliveson
Some of my colleagues are trying to persuade me to go to Huddersfield ...
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George Caulkin Dec 10
It isn’t all about me, obviously, but it’s December 10 and I haven’t seen Newcastle win a single point this season.
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George Caulkin Dec 10
Absolutely! And one that straddles the entire region.
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George Caulkin Dec 10
I don’t know the people who write those news stories. Don’t know their names or their bosses’ names. But I think Sterling has called them out very successfully. And you’d hope it would make people take a step back and think.
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George Caulkin Dec 10
This is quite possibly the best and most exciting thing that has ever happened.
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George Caulkin Dec 10
Replying to @Colin_Paterson_
Thanks Colin. Yeah, he lives so close to the ground! He loves the city though and, as you say, it would be a decent base for a lot of clubs.
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George Caulkin Dec 10
There have been plenty of people, in the media and elsewhere, who have expressed discomfort at the coverage. What Sterling has done is link it explicitly with what happened at Stamford Bridge. You would hope that, if nothing else, that prompts some serious self-reflection.
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