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  1. Mike Ashley

    It wasnt shit stirring it was a personal point of view as an outsider. I dont think it does the club or team any good him sitting with the fans and smacks of desperately wanting to be popular. I think it undermines the team but that is a point of view. You dont all need to get all defensive and abusive, it isnt critisism. I'll stick to non-league football where banter is friendly and constructive and youre not watching 11 knobheads getting paid more in a week than you get paid in four years to play shite and lose matches and not give a shit about you or the club. Still scraping together all those pennies for your season ticket to watch them?...you are mugs!! now tell me THAT isnt a fair comment!
  2. Mike Ashley

    Wihout knowing anything about you, I can almost guarantee I am far more educated than you! Just because you dont have the ability to debate a fair and constructive point of view!!
  3. Mike Ashley

    Why am I a spaz?? because im making a half decent point? Its like the owner of Mcdonalds putting on a uniform and being photographed looking disgusted at a dodgy BigMac. Im going now never to return, I havnt convinced you....but you havnt convinced me Mike Ashley aint a plonker either!!
  4. Mike Ashley

    So why give the media what they want parading yourself in front of the cameras putting more pressure on Keegan and adding to the 'narrative'
  5. Mike Ashley

    So seeing your boss with his head in his hands sitting with the fans in his newcastle strip, on the front page of the news of the world football section will have a positive impact on the team??? dont think so Yes, that's exactly what I said What's the difference between him doing it there and in the Director's Box (where you reckon he should be)? He'd be equally (if not more) visible there, he'd still react the same way etc. It makes no more or less difference to team morale either way. Im not being funny but how often do you get pictures of club bosses sat in the directors box on the front page of football sections?? club owners who are sat in the away end with the fans will have cameras trained on them, just think its a stupid thing to do and no way to be taken seriously Hes putting more pressure on everyone by doing it
  6. Mike Ashley

    So seeing your boss with his head in his hands sitting with the fans in his newcastle strip, on the front page of the news of the world football section will have a positive impact on the team??? dont think so Yes, that's exactly what I said What's the difference between him doing it there and in the Director's Box (where you reckon he should be)? He'd be equally (if not more) visible there, he'd still react the same way etc. It makes no more or less difference to team morale either way. Im not being funny but how often do you get pictures of club bosses sat in the directors box on the front page of football sections?? club owners who are sat in the away end with the fans will have cameras trained on them, just think its a stupid thing to do and no way to be taken seriously
  7. Mike Ashley

    So seeing your boss with his head in his hands sitting with the fans in his newcastle strip, on the front page of the news of the world football section will have a positive impact on the team??? dont think so I wouldn't have thought the team would give a shit. In fact when Sam Hamman used to do it, it was seen as an eccentricity and his team loved his passion. Hmm yeah good example look at all the team he was in charge of, a wealth of success!! my recollection was people thought he should get back in the directors box!!
  8. Mike Ashley

    So seeing your boss with his head in his hands sitting with the fans in his newcastle strip, on the front page of the news of the world football section will have a positive impact on the team??? dont think so
  9. Mike Ashley

    I wish I had stopped reading there. ... indeed. Don't understand the logic in the reasoning at all. so are you saying Mike Ashley has no influence over manager an players? If you are a manager or player and the guy that can basically decide your future is sat with the supporters week in week out listening to their gripes, and th manager/players know this....surely to god this is de-motivating. He should be up in the directors box, seen and not heard, quietly supporting manager and players. He is trying too hard to be 'one of the boys', he is not he is a billionaire owner with a lot of responbility. Ashley is not involved in the day to day running of the club. I'm struggling to see why he's not allowed to sit in the seat of his choice. Who do you support? I support my local Non-league club. So Mike Ashley has no say on hiring, firing and the future of the club. Therefore I suggest again, by sitting with fans, this will undermine players and manager. Say fans start having a bit of a moan about Keegan if you lose another few games....how does it make the manager feel knowing his boss is sat amongst them!! 2+2=5. Its just an opinion, everytime I see him sat with the fans I just see a man trying too hard to be liked, without realising it may actually have an effect on morale.
  10. Mike Ashley

    I wish I had stopped reading there. ... indeed. Don't understand the logic in the reasoning at all. so are you saying Mike Ashley has no influence over manager an players? If you are a manager or player and the guy that can basically decide your future is sat with the supporters week in week out listening to their gripes, and th manager/players know this....surely to god this is de-motivating. He should be up in the directors box, seen and not heard, quietly supporting manager and players. He is trying too hard to be 'one of the boys', he is not he is a billionaire owner with a lot of responbility. Ashley is not involved in the day to day running of the club. I'm struggling to see why he's not allowed to sit in the seat of his choice. Who do you support? I support my local Non-league club. So Mike Ashley has no say on hiring, firing and the future of the club. Therefore I suggest again, by sitting with fans, this will undermine players and manager. Say fans start having a bit of a moan about Keegan if you lose another few games....how does it make the manager feel knowing his boss is sat amongst them!!
  11. Mike Ashley

    I wish I had stopped reading there. ... indeed. Don't understand the logic in the reasoning at all. so are you saying Mike Ashley has no influence over manager an players? If you are a manager or player and the guy that can basically decide your future is sat with the supporters week in week out listening to their gripes, and th manager/players know this....surely to god this is de-motivating. He should be up in the directors box, seen and not heard, quietly supporting manager and players. He is trying too hard to be 'one of the boys', he is not he is a billionaire owner with a lot of responbility.
  12. Mike Ashley

    Im not a Newcastle supporter, but Mike Ashley really annoys me. How can the man in charge of a football club sit with the fans?? surely he needs to be more objective. All he does everytime he sits with the fans is undermine the manager and players and until he stops doing it I cant see you having any success. He is trying way too hard to be popular and needs to get back in the directors box.

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