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Time for change...i'm sick.
#1
Well it's got to this and i'm gonna stick a thread in this forum for Ashley bashing as every Toon forum,twitter etc have the same feelings that i do about my club and it's greedy part time owner.It's time for him to go....How it happens...God knows.
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#2
Here's a few views....

The club is rotten from top to bottom and it has gradually spread to the players. The club is soulless and I hate it. It's not NUFC anymore.

"The only thing necessary for evil to triumph, is for good men to do nothing"

I'm no TOON fan but that guy Ashley is a complete and utter tw*t, all he wants is money

The man is a fool of the highest order. And until he leaves we'll always be under a very sore nasty thumb.

Tight with money but is generous with lies

MA's sweatshop not paying for ads as space would be unused anyway?

Cup competitions not a priority for #NUFC

"Lots of fans and a comedy owner who delights in torturing the locals guarantee soap opera-style coverage".
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#3
Dear mike,
Please feck off and never darken our doors again.

Yours
99% of Newcastle united fans
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#4
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#5
As I have already said, I will be there.
All of us sheep in one massive pen.
I can't wait.
Just hope it gets the press coverage it needs to set things properly in motion.
Sadly, defeat this weekend will boost it even more.
"We are not a stepping stone, we are Newcastle United. Every player should be honoured to wear the shirt of this club" Rafa Benitez.
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#6
I reckon defeat this weekend will see a change, but at managerial level and not ownership
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#7
I'll be there too Sir Les

Hope to bump into you!

Lets hope Pboro is wrong and we don't get attacked by the police and the army
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#8
time 4 change

seen it all before man - its old hat and nothing will happen - apart from making us a laughing stock again

sit ins- protest marches banners - its embarassingly pathetic

if you're objective is to get rid of him - good luck with that
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#9
(04-10-2013, 09:33 AM)Mick Wrote: I'll be there too Sir Les

Hope to bump into you!

Lets hope Pboro is wrong and we don't get attacked by the police and the army

Its a very difficult one though Mick.

You have a go with the protest thing and more than likely fail with it.
You sit at home and moan about it, but it still fails.

Personally, I would prefer to say at least I tried and hope many others feel the same.

I read an article yesterday that someone posted in relation to our club.
It was from a southern based Journo and the main context was that this is no longer Newcastle United.
This is no longer a football club
It is an ASSET.

Now if that's how people other than us are seeing things, this is a very serious issue.
To allow things to continue in this manner without making even the slightest attempt to make a change would be a sad state of affairs.

To say things like this never work, take a look at our opponents that day.
They did it so why can't we?
"We are not a stepping stone, we are Newcastle United. Every player should be honoured to wear the shirt of this club" Rafa Benitez.
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#10
It's good to have an avenue for venting our frustrations as well

Hope it's a good turnout
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