CheickTiote4Cheick Tiote hasn’t had the perfect build up to our Europa League tie tonight, the United midfielder being arrested after training on Tuesday.

Tiote had his £75,000 Chevy Camaro seized and towed away by police on suspicion of fraud relating to various driving offences, the player left at the side of the road near the training ground at Benton.

Cheick previously had a BMW taken away by the police a couple of years ago, due to insurance issues.

A Northumbria Police spokesman;

“At around 1.30pm on Tuesday, a car was stopped on Benton Park Road, Newcastle, and a 26 year old man was arrested on suspicion of fraud in relation to driving offences”.

As a neutral this is the kind of thing you lap up when it happens to another club’s player and it is a great story for the media.

I have a feeling Cheick Tiote might be a little pumped up for our game tonight and our Ukrainian opponents are about to find out that they might not be too keen on him when he’s angry.

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Tiote To Score A Goal 9/1
NUFC To Win 2-0 11/1

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23 comments
LeazesEnder
LeazesEnder

You can see why Ashley bought the rights to well known 'brand labels' .... he sticks them on things and people believe they are buying 'Slaz*nger' or whatever.... which its is of course....


.... until the brand becomes synonymous with the real quality of the goods he can fool some of the people a lot of the time... especially when its reduced by 70%....


Never mind the quality....look at the label.....



Morpeth mag
Morpeth mag

This is the perfect time to hit him, after the programme last night the press and public are really staring to take notice of his business practice, the fans need to take more action against him and his businesses, the more anti ashley propogander the better,,

Tony79
Tony79

The most exploitative and ruthless employer in the country.


AshleyOut.  The scurge of this country

Ashleyout
Ashleyout

I really hope we are relegated... so fat man doesn't get the TV money...It would be a small price to pay to get rid of the Greedy Bast**d...

prestondave
prestondave

@Ashleyout agree mate. Its the only source of comfort I can feel and can look forward to because of the so called fans who contribute to FCB wealth every time they turn up to SJP to watch that parcel of sh*t. Condoning this method of how our club is ran means nothing will change unless his TV money disappears. Then he will be forced to make a decision one way or the other.

partworntyres
partworntyres

for 'dissappointed' read extremely p.ssed off. for 'inaccurate' read accurate.

pies pies pies and more pies to follow...

bill black
bill black

Any pro Ashley supporters around. Does anyone wish to go to the next match and why !!!!  Does anyone want to buy from Sports Direct and why!!!!!.  Too the shareholders of Sports Direct why lose your money on Sports Direct!!!

LeazesEnder
LeazesEnder

Shirebrook..... Bergen-Belsen more like it.....

LeazesEnder
LeazesEnder

@1957 The entrance staircase put it in mind. the signage.. 'Hard work brings rewards'....... arbeit macht frei....


....sorry

1957
1957

Sorry if I misunderstand your meaning but to me you are suggesting Shirebrook is worse ("I've visited....wouldn't want to go within 50 miles..."). Totally tasteless comment, at least LeazesEnder apologised for his.

Life in the "Shirebrook slave camp" is infinitely preferable to those 1940's Labour (Death) camps.

PeterRobson
PeterRobson

@1957 In todays enlightened times it´s offensive that a place like Shirebrook should be allowed to operate the way it does considering the sacrifices made by others in the cause of freedom !!


Just for the record: I served in Bosnia Herzegowina during it´s darkest times of ethnic cleansing and saw things you won´t see on youtube and Sky News, so I wasn´t making a comparison between Shirebrook and Concentration camps !!


I was suggesting Concentration camps should be mandatory visits (lest we forget) whereas places like Shirebrokk serve no purpose whatsoever, other than fuelling a greedy business and the demeaning use of cheap unprotected labour !!

LeazesEnder
LeazesEnder

@PeterRobson @1957 Yes, you should talk about these things.... when you stop talking that's when people forget and sometimes it takes these comparisons, and what shocked me was the conditions people are working under for National minimum wages.... no talking... barked out orders over the tannoy.... naming and shaming..... good god almighty!

PeterRobson
PeterRobson

@LeazesEnder I´ve visited Bergen Belsen and Auschwitz mate but I sure as hit wouldn´t want to go within 50 miles of his Shirebrook slave camp !!!

1957
1957

I absolutely agree that our schools should be actively encouraged to take more pupils to the camps and that kids should not think ethnic cleansing is something that happened in the distant past. It should not only be those with a family history linked to atrocities that continue to remember.

The issue of exploitation of workers through zero hours and other draconian employment contracts are distasteful and unacceptable. It seems however they are going to be with us for a while yet given that the present (and likely future) government see them as acceptable business practice that reduces unemployment statistics and fuels the (apparent) success of their long term economic plan. The sad fact is that the vast majority of people that shop at SD really don't care about how the products get to the shelves or their door only what they paid for them. I'm alright Jack mentality still prevails.

SD won't change until we have a government that outlaws these practices, 7th of May could become an employment watershed, but I doubt it.

1957
1957

So have I and no matter how bad his working practices may be to gilbly compare Shirebrook to the tragedy that was seen in those camps does you no credit. I'm sure a visit to Shirebrook wouldn't have the emotional effect on me that walking around Auschwitz did

PeterRobson
PeterRobson

@1957 I wasn´t comparing them in terms of Tragedy or emotional impact !!


Auschwitz and Bergen Belsen are places which should always remain in our memories whether people have ever visited them or not !!!


Jail for Ashley
Jail for Ashley

We have witnessed lies and deceit from this truly awful regime for eight long years now. How anyone can still stand by and defend their actions is beyond me. It really should say it all that it took over a week to half heartedly respond to a fans forum letter but less than an hour to defend his tacky sports shop.

Get the slimy barstewards out.

AO.

HWTF.