Sam Fender admits he’s ‘really hungry’ in BBC breakfast interview

Musician and die-hard Newcastle United fan Sam Fender made an appearance on the BBC’s breakfast couch despite being ‘really thirsty’.

Fender traveled to the football stadium, St James’ Park, to join fans in celebrating the Saudi Arabia-backed club’s takeover. Thursday’s announcement ends Mike Ashley’s 14-year control of the club.

Speaking to BBC Breakfast in a tracksuit from Newcastle United, he said his saxophonist had started playing off-ground and “5,000 Gordys started singing”.

“I took about 1,000 selfies, and was suitably attacked…but everyone was absolutely classy and gave us a lot of cans. And I’m really hungry.”

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