The night that Seghill will never forget
If you had a pound for every conversation that takes place this weekend in the pubs and clubs of Tyneside about Newcastle United and their trip to Spurs on Sunday, you'd probably be a canny rich Geordie!
Yet Toon fans in super Seghill had a priceless surprise visit from the King on Friday night as Kevin Keegan proved just why the Geordie nation love him to bits.
In Newcastle, KK is a figure that commands respect in every room he enters.
Or at least judging by the superb reception he received that is and being in Seghill to witness that triggered the usual question of just what would it be like if we actually win something?
KK shocked locals at Seghill Social Club to mingle with fans and help raise funds for Seghill Juniors FC, the club in which reserve team coach Adam Sadler began his own football education.
KK has always underlined the importance of the United faithful and even opened the gates to the old Maiden Castle training ground with 5,000 fans cramming the touchlines.
And he has always been on cue with the people who are literally the heartbeat of Newcastle United when it comes to going out and meeting them - the fans.
The Toon boss was also joined by Steven Taylor, Alan Smith and Steve Harper who all chatted with supporters ahead of the trip to Spurs.
One thing is for sure KK has already laid solid foundations at St James's Park once in his first stint as boss and it looks like by putting the fans first again history could repeat itself.
And anybody in Seghill will never forget the day KK and his troops and proved just why Newcastle United aim to be the real people's club.