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I don’t think this is a knee jerk to a poor result at home to a weak side but I feel like Ashley has finally pushed firmly down on the pillow and suffocated this club this season after a decade of hol

Fuck off

The phone saying “what’s up long pins can’t wait to feel ur unreal body”

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Quelle surprise.

it was to be expected. The preposition of only selling the club to only sell to someone „to take the club forward“ from someone neglecting to invest in the club and publicly trying to convince supporters  that it is damaging to compete is an insult. Ever since the first actions after Keegan‘s resignation and the multitude attempts of selling the club I have said it is down to the owner. Ashley is doing things out of spite as long as they do not impact himself. Only when that is kicking in He will sell the club.

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Honestly man will he just fuck off. I feel at this point there just needs to be a complete boycott, if not of tickets due to the points Renton highlighted, definitely merchandise. No one should be buying the new shirt, firstly it looks utter shite but it’s just putting more money in his pocket. 

 

People should also pack in buying from SD and all his other trampy fucking shops. None of it will happen like, nothing will change, we’ll be relegated this year and he’ll let the club spend a little to be promoted and we’ll hear from the usual mugs in the press about how we expect to much and he’s shown he will back the club. 

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To be fair, I think 90% of the press have turned the corner now that they realise that he’s even treat a man with Rafa’s stature and respect like shit. Finally, they’ve realised that we might be justified in our complaints after all.

 

Fuck them tbh. They can save their sympathy for someone else; you don’t get back in the good books because you’ve said a few nice things after actually listening to us for once.

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We are no longer Newcastle United Football Club but Sports Direct FC. Might as well change the kit now. 

The algorithms have been calculated and 17th place in the Premier League gives the optimum return on owner investment, given the owner budgets only for 17th place in the Premier League. 

There is no take over. There never was. There never is.

We have seen these deflections before. Why would he sell. This club is an income and he strikes me as a guy who would celebrate finding a pound coin in a gutter, like he's won the lottery. 

Why would he sell? He has it all worked out.

He has all important brand exposure.

Somehow, he has the ear of the national media when criticised.

He doesn't need Rafa, in fact aspiration and ambition will mess with the spreadsheet. 

Stay up, pick up the TV money, trouser the profit. 

Get relegated, spend some of the trousered cash, get back up again.

Ad infinitum.

We are not a football club but a very tenuous business model which is very much worth the risk to Mr Ashley. 

He knows we won't stay away from games. He know we won't stop buying his tat. He has stumbled into the perfect market for peddling his low rent business model. 

We will not change, nor will he. Expect another ten years of tragedy. 

I do hope I am wrong.

 

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Was gutted when Rafa left Liverpool, pretty gutted for Newcastle now, he had the same feelings for you as he did us, given the right backing he'd have had you a top four club, not sure where you go from here, Ashley is an absolute parasite.

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4 minutes ago, Kevin Carr's Gloves said:

A few organised pitch invasions may help, just sit in and wait to be moved. If they happen regularly they will cost him money every game. The only way to get rid of him is to stop Newcastle United making him money.

It cost him nothing.

We stop buying shirts it costs him nothing, it hurts the club. We stop buying tickets it costs him nothing, it hurts the club.

While we’re in the Premier League there’s nothing we can do to hurt him financially.

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32 minutes ago, ewerk said:

It cost him nothing.

We stop buying shirts it costs him nothing, it hurts the club. We stop buying tickets it costs him nothing, it hurts the club.

While we’re in the Premier League there’s nothing we can do to hurt him financially.

 

Thats why action at the club,although symbolically & practically good, is fairly worthless without hitting his shops. If the object is "to drive him out" people will have to start breaking the law. 

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22 minutes ago, PaddockLad said:

 

Thats why action at the club,although symbolically & practically good, is fairly worthless without hitting his shops. If the object is "to drive him out" people will have to start breaking the law. 

I was gonna suggest firebombing his shops but that would only hurt his zero hours workers.

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58 minutes ago, ewerk said:

It cost him nothing.

We stop buying shirts it costs him nothing, it hurts the club. We stop buying tickets it costs him nothing, it hurts the club.

While we’re in the Premier League there’s nothing we can do to hurt him financially.

That’s not true though, regular pitch invasions would result in point deduction which would eventually lead to relegation. The premier league is a must fo Ashley to make money and profit from advertising.

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14 minutes ago, Kevin Carr's Gloves said:

That’s not true though, regular pitch invasions would result in point deduction which would eventually lead to relegation. The premier league is a must fo Ashley to make money and profit from advertising.

We’ve seen before that he doesn’t want to own a Championship club. He’d lock the doors to SJP if he thought it would cost us a relegation.

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1 hour ago, ewerk said:

I was gonna suggest firebombing his shops but that would only hurt his zero hours workers.

 

Nowt as extreme as risking life & large scale damage of stock/premises.You can majorly inconvenience businesses though. That will probably get you nicked but just a fine though. 

 

I've often thought a picket of the SJP main carpark would work. Chain a dozen punters together at 11am across the entrance the day of the arsenal game. All waving placards: "I AM A MAG" like MLKs boys in the 60s. Optics would be great 👍

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