Freddy Shepherd

Freddy Shepherd is an English businessman and the former chairman of Newcastle United football club. He and his brother Bruce, expanded a road haulage business into a series of marine and related businesses and property development through redevelopment of the former ship facilities along the River Tyne.

The biggest blade testing hub in the world is being built at the National Renewable Energy Centre (Narec) at Blyth and this section is by Shepherd Construction

Shepherd Engineering Services weathers storm and aims to recruit

Managing director Steve Joyce said: “You can feel more buoyancy now.”

The new owner of Jesmond Towers, Jeff Winn and partner Danielle Dunn

Millionaire solicitor reveals plans for Jesmond Towers

Winn Solicitors founder Jeff Winn has revealed his plans to convert Jesmond Towers on the La Sagesse site bought from tycoon Freddy Shepherd

Tyneside businessman Freddy Shepherd

Freddy Shepherd doubles his money on La Sagesse

Tyneside businessman Freddy Shepherd has sold the La Sagesse school in Jesmond he purchased four years ago in a £10m deal

Dredging under way in the Tyne, off the Shepherd Offshore site at the Neptune Yard

Freddy Shepherd prepares former Swan Hunter yard for its future

Shepherd Offshore has started clean-up work on part of the former Swan Hunter shipbuilding site to ready the area for development

Swan Hunter

Swan Hunter yard delay sparks EU funding fears

Millions of pounds in European funding could be put at risk by delays over the future of a crane contract, a council claims

The former Swan Hunter shipyard site

Swan Hunter shipyard delay sparks EU funding fears

MILLIONS of pounds in European funding could be put at risk by delays over the future of a crane contract, a council claims.

Newcastle United's Mathieu Debuchy

Mathieu Debuchy has no regrets about joining

MATHIEU DEBUCHY insists he has “no regrets” about joining Newcastle United.

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Give our manager security says Shola Ameobi

TYNE-WEAR derby hero Shola Ameobi has called for Chris Hughton to be rewarded with a new long-term contract – and the time and space to move his Newcastle United project forward.

Q8: Would you forgive Mike Ashley if Newcastle were promoted?

Would you forgive Mike Ashley if Newcastle were promoted?

Q3: Should the club be looking for a naming sponsor for St James' Park?

Should the club be looking for a naming sponsor for the ground?

Sir Bobby Robson obituary

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SIR Bobby Robson was known throughout the world for being a gentleman of British sport.

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NUFC optimistic of takeover deal by end of month

ALAN Shearer remains in limbo and nobody has made a firm bid to buy the club, but optimism remains high that Newcastle United will have new owners by the end of the month.

Ronaldo transfer shows how far NUFC has fallen

IF Newcastle fans needed another reminder of how far they have fallen, it arrived with news of Cristiano Ronaldo’s impending record-breaking transfer to Real Madrid.

Alan Shearer will keep NUFC up - Shepherd and Sir John Hall

Alan Shearer has been hailed as the man to keep Newcastle in the Barclays Premier League ahead of his expected return to St James’ Park.

Shepherd set for football return?

FORMER Newcastle chairman Freddy Shepherd is being tipped to make a sensational return to football – by buying Leeds United.

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Shepherd out at United

Freddy Shepherd has been replaced as chairman of Newcastle United.

Vipers snap up Payette

NEWCASTLE Vipers chief Rob Wilson today welcomed back tough guy Andre Payette as he continued his close-season work.

Souness `may fight report'

Former Newcastle United boss Graeme Souness is considering legal action against Quest investigators who named him in their report into football transfers, it was reported yesterday.

Beware the boardroom, Souey warns Sam

Former Newcastle manager Graeme Souness has warned new boss Sam Allardyce to be wary of boardroom interference as he aims to re-establish United as a Premiership force.

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Shepherd agrees to sale

Billionaire businessman Mike Ashley took a major step towards assuming control of Newcastle United today when chairman Freddy Shepherd agreed to sell his shares to the tycoon for more than £37million.

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