United will have to Roll With It at Stevenage again!
Newcastle United have landed a sensational FA Cup third round draw away to Stevenage.
The tie fires up bad memories of the 1998 fourth round meeting of the then non-league side and the Magpies in a clash that caused much controversy.
Back then United took on the Hertfordshire outfit at Broadhall Way and were held to a 1-1 draw after a row before the game was sparked when Kenny Dalglish offered to play the game at St James' Park.
However, after TV and sponsorship money was taken into consideration the game took place at Broadhall Way with the Magpies taking the lead through Alan Shearer only to be pegged back for a draw and a replay.
Stevenage, now in League Two, were beaten 2-1 at St James' after a double strike from Shearer as the Mags marched to Wembley under Dalglish only to be beaten by Arsenal.
The draw was made at Wembley by Oasis star Noel Gallagher and Kasabian's Serge Pizzorno.
Incredibly Gallagher and Pizzorno paired the two sides they support together in Leicester City and Man City in an incredible draw which also paired Man United and Liverpool.