Seems like only yesterday they were starting out, and now they're up to issue number three.
However, today we see the release of Issue 3 of topper SAFC magazine Seventy3. This issue has gone all artsy-fartsy with a pair of guest editors you'd never have imagined pulled together... Former SAFC midfield man Gordon Armstrong, and legendary graffiti artist Banksy.
If you fancy meeting the guys behind the magazine, and no doubt a bevvy of former SAFC stars as they are prone to do, the lads ar hosting an SAFC-related art exhibition at Hedworth Hall, South Shields from the 15th-17th July. Get yourself along.
Also in this edition you'll come across interviews with John Hawley, John Oster, Warren Hawke, Jonjo Dickman & Jeff Brown from BBC's Look North programme. There's also the regular columns from Bobby Kerr, Mickey Gray, Neil Wainwright & Gary Bennett.
Oh... and an interview with some fella called Paul Bracewell, you might have heard of him. Here's a sneaky peak at what Brace had to say about signing for Newcastle shortly after our 1992 FA Cup Final defeat at the hands of Liverpool...
"The club a year, and Newcastle offered me three years after I had turned down Sunderland's offer. I was entitled to refuse the deal, and hand on heart I had not spoken to Newcaslte before hand, as many people have suggested"
We'll be hearing more from Editor-In-Chief, Mal Robinson, as the the preseason continues as he gives us match reports from Germany, Hartlepool & Hibernian as we ourselves can't make it.
Go out and buy a copy of Seventy3 today, available from all good newsagents, and some rubbish ones as of NOW.