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18 minutes ago, Howay said:

Speaking of stupid cunts, Wraith has been on Simon Jordan’s talkSPORT show:

 

 

What an absolute shoeing he gets by Jordan :lol:, claims to have contacts on both sides of the deal. What a throbber. 


 

There are good idiots in both sides tbh.

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its official #Cans #Jimbo's telly

I've spent many a workday researching CHAPS.

I'm at the ground. Staveley just came out and held up Bruce's head. 

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4 hours ago, Rayvin said:

What the fuck was that rap battle man :lol: 

 

The takeover could be declared dead tomorrow by all involved parties and it still wouldn't mean he was right about anything as everything he has ever said has been evidence free speculative nonsense. But aye, let's double down on our "victory" with a rap battle in public. It's like something out of The Office.

Let’s face it- there’s only one NUFC scribe with the street smarts to actually win a rap battle. 
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I wouldn’t shed a tear if the takeover was rejected in a just process  because of the horrendous abuse of human rights and the rule of law in Saudi Arabia.

 But the whitewashing and favourable treatment Qatar and bein are getting by some “impartial” journalists  is ridiculous. It’s a state that has a horrendous record of abusing human rights and the rule of law itself. Winning the rights to host the world cup in 2022 is down to bribery and a matter of investigations by the US department of justice. Their exercise of commercial rights is part of a broad political agenda with bein sports being a spin off of Al Jazeera to further Qatar’s reputation. No wonder that the chairman is not just the president of PSG but does also hold a position as minister.

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I give a shit, but my expectations are so low so that there's no way I can be disappointed. Fanx Mike, fanx EPL!

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I honestly think we will go down this season if we don’t get any players in.

Would be a lot easier for the sale to go through if we were a championship club and if the buyers were still interested 

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9 hours ago, Dr Gloom said:

Does anyone even give a shit anymore? I’m just in it for the Luke Edwards wine and chicken nights on Twitter tbh

I actually do give a shit, but mainly because of a curious and often baffled professional interest in the legal proceedings.

Otherwise it’s a meh from me.

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If you haven't already, start contributing even a small amount monthly to the 1892 pledge because they way things are going it's going to help save the club in a few years time when we're at the mackem's stage. It doesn't have to be this way and it's easily avoided but as a wise man once said, if you keep poking a tiger with a stick it'll bite you and Ashley's gambles don't always pay off for him. If two of the promoted clubs come up full of spunk for their first year up we're in serious trouble as there's only Leeds from last year who were newly promoted and I think they'll be ok for the 2nd season syndrome. Again, we're going to have get ahead of the likes of Brighton etc and hope at least two of the promoted teams struggle. Bored shitless with it and you try to not let it bother you but it does. Imagine going into a new season with a bit of enthusiasm and hope? It's been far, far too long we've experienced it. Seeing the shit in the past and then seeing us realise our potential just to get into this fucking clip through the spiv who owns us is heartbreaking for anyone with a love of our club.

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14 hours ago, Isegrim said:

I wouldn’t shed a tear if the takeover was rejected in a just process  because of the horrendous abuse of human rights and the rule of law in Saudi Arabia.

 But the whitewashing and favourable treatment Qatar and bein are getting by some “impartial” journalists  is ridiculous. It’s a state that has a horrendous record of abusing human rights and the rule of law itself. Winning the rights to host the world cup in 2022 is down to bribery and a matter of investigations by the US department of justice. Their exercise of commercial rights is part of a broad political agenda with bein sports being a spin off of Al Jazeera to further Qatar’s reputation. No wonder that the chairman is not just the president of PSG but does also hold a position as minister.

Spot on, the same people screaming sports washing at Saudi Arabia are helping Qatar with their own brand of it. They’re as bad as each other, do these people honestly think Qatar just sits on its hands doing fuck all to Saudi Arabia? As that’s the way it’s often portrayed which is exactly what Qatar wants. Saudi Arabia are probably the biggest and the baddest, but they’re kidding themselves if they honestly want to act like the ruling families in the other surrounding countries are shining beacons of humanity. 
 

Like you say, I’m all for a higher standard being applied but then we need to deal with the heavy ties to Qatar, UAE, and Russian mobsters at the top of the game just as much as blocking Saudi Arabia. We’re going to now act aghast at this type of phone hacking, yet when Liverpool did it to Manchester City’s scouting system it was largely met with a collective shrug. 
 

Of course there’s a part of me that would absolutely love this lot to come in and blow through fortunes getting NUFC to the top of the game, but more of me wants fucking rid of Mike Ashley and that’s what’s getting completely lost on a lot of these arseholes who constantly have pops at the fan base. Meanwhile we have to sit and watch Manchester United fans get applauded for storming their ground and getting a game cancelled before their owners buy Jadon Sancho and give Rafael Varane 500k a week. If these guys want to talk morals and fairness that’s fine, so let’s level the playing field and introduce hard caps on yearly salary and transfer spends, spread the TV money through the entire pyramid so that the lowest levels of the game don’t have to struggle financially all the time, that’s not what they want though they just want the current clubs at the top to remain there while they shrug and trot out lazy stereotypes about the rest of the teams. Until there’s some type of fair reporting on the fucking horrors committed by Qatar, and all the fucking shit that they do behind the curtain, it’s not fair of them to attack NUFC fans who want a deal with SA to happen. 

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agree largely with both the above posts.

my gripe with n.u.s.t. is I believe they need to be more militant. while the share scheme might be a reasonable idea I think it's almost certainly doomed to failure and more so that if we're likely to be stuck with ashley I reckon the fat cunt would relish its success. I'm sure he'd be rubbing his hands with glee at the prospect of being handed over £6m to completely ignore any input from a supporters group.

as it stands I'd be much happier to see money spent on four stand size banners highlighting premier league/big six corruption for the opening game against west ham.

the gallowgate covered with the face of masters stating his wish to see charity, then, no comment, no, comment, decline to comment.

maybe the leazes with masters face and then the comment 'the six clubs have agreed a voluntary contribution of £20m for plotting to destroy the football pyramid.

 

that sort of stuff.

 

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35 minutes ago, thebrokendoll said:

agree largely with both the above posts.

my gripe with n.u.s.t. is I believe they need to be more militant. while the share scheme might be a reasonable idea I think it's almost certainly doomed to failure and more so that if we're likely to be stuck with ashley I reckon the fat cunt would relish its success. I'm sure he'd be rubbing his hands with glee at the prospect of being handed over £6m to completely ignore any input from a supporters group.

as it stands I'd be much happier to see money spent on four stand size banners highlighting premier league/big six corruption for the opening game against west ham.

the gallowgate covered with the face of masters stating his wish to see charity, then, no comment, no, comment, decline to comment.

maybe the leazes with masters face and then the comment 'the six clubs have agreed a voluntary contribution of £20m for plotting to destroy the football pyramid.

 

that sort of stuff.

 

Ashley will never see any of the money raised in that scheme, BD. I 100% wouldn't have put in anything otherwise. It's a pipe dream I get that and the way I look at it is I've put a few quid to NE charity via monthly donations or if the shit hits the fan a la Portsmouth or the mackems at least we'll be less susceptible to having del boy Don and Meth-head rolling up hitting us with leveraged buyouts and 2002 Ibiza tunes instead of the Blaydon races at half time and permanently fucking the club for good. That's the way I look at it, anyway. :good:

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I know mate, I don't think for one second n.u.s.t. would hand over money to ashley or that anybody would've contributed to a pledge thinking that was a possibility. was just a general feeling that supporters on the whole are taken for granted by football club owners (ours in particular) and that fan involvement in clubs is viewed as a token gesture, whether they've paid for it or been given it voluntarily.

or at least that was the case.

it really upsets me stating this but, I have nothing other than admiration for what man utd supporters achieved a couple of months ago through direct action. they managed to get abandoned arguably the biggest fixture in world club football. it had a huge impact media wise and very probably with the glazers too.

I don't expect for a second n.u.s.t. to incite a riot, however I'll hold my hands up and admit I'd love too see something happen spontaneously along similar lines for our opening game next season.

if master's and his mates want to take the piss out of us for getting on 18 months, then we can take the piss out of a televised premier league game too.

I might be being overly nostalgic about 70s/80s newcastle support here but I honestly don't think that generation would've accepted being fucked about in the manner we have like this generation seem resigned to.

it makes feel really rather sad.   :(

 

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10 minutes ago, thebrokendoll said:

I know mate, I don't think for one second n.u.s.t. would hand over money to ashley or that anybody would've contributed to a pledge thinking that was a possibility. was just a general feeling that supporters on the whole are taken for granted by football club owners (ours in particular) and that fan involvement in clubs is viewed as a token gesture, whether they've paid for it or been given it voluntarily.

or at least that was the case.

it really upsets me stating this but, I have nothing other than admiration for what man utd supporters achieved a couple of months ago through direct action. they managed to get abandoned arguably the biggest fixture in world club football. it had a huge impact media wise and very probably with the glazers too.

I don't expect for a second n.u.s.t. to incite a riot, however I'll hold my hands up and admit I'd love too see something happen spontaneously along similar lines for our opening game next season.

if master's and his mates want to take the piss out of us for getting on 18 months, then we can take the piss out of a televised premier league game too.

I might be being overly nostalgic about 70s/80s newcastle support here but I honestly don't think that generation would've accepted being fucked about in the manner we have like this generation seem resigned to.

it makes feel really rather sad.   :(

 

They wouldn't but different eras and you'd be identified now, made an example of and banned from football if you went on the pitch during a game. (Probably lose your job too, there'd be no hiding from it today). No mob mentality and similar fans packed together for the spontaneity now. Don't know what happened to the Man U lot and if they were already going to games but they'll get them eventually. Also, Man U fans along with Liverpool have more leverage over the media than we ever will have. They're the biggest customer fanbases for the media and there's 100% more people willing to listen to them than us. I'll be honest, time moves on and I suppose it's natural but I don't recognise some of our support these days and yes, there's always been knackers around but some of the stuff I've seen on my rare away days is out and out cockney wanker behaviour.

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Supporters have until 5pm on Friday, 23rd July to renew their season tickets ahead of Newcastle United’s 2021/22 Premier League campaign.

Ah fuck I missed it 

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10 hours ago, Dr Gloom said:

What will I tell the children???

 

"There is no Santa, it's just Steve Bruce in a fake beard after some free whisky and mince pies"

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So Fat Mike is to step down as Chief Exec of Sports Direct but luckily the most qualified person to replace him just happens to be his daughter's fiance.

 

How this man became a billionaire is a mystery.

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