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A collection of historic Newcastle United medals are to be auctioned tomorrow, December 4.
The memorabilia belonged to Frank Watt, who was in charge of the club until 1935 - before the title of 'manager' was in use.
Nine medals in total are up for sale, including a Football League winner's medal from 1927.
Experts at Anderson and Garland Auction House in Newcastle say there has been plenty of interest.
Some of the North East's sporting heritage is set to go on sale tomorrow (December 4th) as footballing medals and photographs go under the hammer at Newcastle's Anderson and Garland auction house.
Medals belonging to Newcastle United's Frank "Guv'nor" Watt are expected to be in high demand.
Nine medals - including some from the early 1900s and 1920s - have been valued at £6000 at Tuesday's Fine Art and Antiques Sale.
– Fred Wyrley-Birch, Anderson and Garland
"The football medals belonging to Frank Watt are a fantastic piece of sporting history and NUFC fans will tell you how ambitious he was for the club, declaring on his arrival: 'We are going to be the best team in the country.'
For that reason and due to his success at the club, we expect the collection to sell extremely well."
Two streakers whose behaviour landed Newcastle United with heavy fines could soon face legal action from the football club.
Two separate incidents of streaking took place during the Europa League games at St James' Park, a competition that Newcastle had not played in since 2004.
They have already been fined 7000 euros for 21-year-old Steven Arkle's behaviour during the match against Atromitos, holding up play as he ran naked across the pitch.
Newcastle United could face being charged as much as 17,000 euros in total, as fines for the second incident are yet to be imposed.
John Parkinson from Rotherham ran onto the pitch in just an England t-shirt during the game against Bordeaux of France.
Security for Thursday night's match against Belgian side Brugge will be stepped up to prevent any repeat from happening.
– Steve Storey, Head of Security for Newcastle United
"I'm pleased they pleaded guilty and we at the club hope that they receive strong sentences. It is not just to punish them but also to act as a deterrent to others.
We will be actively seeking compensation through the court for the financial penalty imposed by Uefa and we are taking legal advice to consider taking civil action against both men."
The world of darts will remember commentator Sid Waddell today as his friends and family gather for his funeral.
Northumberland born Waddell died earlier this month from bowel cancer. He was 72.
He was one of the most recognisable figures in the sport, famed for his unique one-liners.
Sunderland AFC have today confirmed they will play Leicester City as part of their warm-up Games.
Manager Martin O'Neill will take his team back to his old club on Saturday August 11.
The fixture becomes the fourth confirmed fixture of Sunderland’s summer schedule, with the club also taking part in the Peace Cup in South Korea before facing Derby County at Pride Park on Wednesday August 8.
With the Olympic torch now lit and the stadiums built, the count down is on for the start of the London games. The first athletes had a chance to try out all the new facilities. But it wasn't star names like Usain Bolt on the track, these athletes are the up coming stars from our region.
The 2012 London Olympics are of course fast approaching and youngsters from our region were among the first to feel what it will be like for the top athletes competing in the Olympic stadium.
Children from Cockermouth School in Cumbria and Gosforth Central Middle school in Newcastle were given the chance to test out the facilities and compete on the track where so many medals will be won.
Another milestone's been reached on the countdown to London 2012. Today the historic torch lighting ceremony took place on the site of the ancient Olympic Games in Greece.
Two people who'll have the honour of carrying the flame when it reaches our region next month have been to the studio to talk about it.
Watch Lucy Taylor's full report here on ITV News Online.