Date: 7th September 2019 at 3:43pm
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still wants to sell despite “whispers” that he has taken the club off the market, according to the Chronicle, but it’s a case of ‘been there, done that’ for many supporters on , who are understandably fed up of hearing about Ashley’s stance on a potential . One fan has even cleverly called it a “fakeover”, based on how many times there has been the possibility of a new owner replacing Ashley in the boardroom, only for a deal to collapse or fail to materialise due to the Sports Direct tycoon’s seemingly unreasonable demands. It is easy to be sympathetic towards these supporters who just want to see Newcastle United owned by someone who has the best interests of the club and it’s close to their heart. Ashley is using the club to make money like a business. While that is fine in some respects, the way that he is happy to settle for the mediocrity he has bought onto St James’ Park is quite simply horrific.

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