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Llambias got an extra million quid for sticking this sponsor onto our shirt..... the club has probably lost more than that in sales....

.... and goodwill


@Nutisbak2 @LeazesEnder It is NOT a mutually beneficial relationship at all between the club and Ashleys interests as was pointed out by Simon Birds questions at the S***** Dir**t AGM.


@LeazesEnder  For the record I strongly suspect when the contract with Wonga runs out we may well not listen to them for any other offers due to the bad press bought here, however there is a saying, any publicity is good publicity. Meaning basically if it gets your name out there and raises your profile it's a good thing.

It's not like Ashley actually needs the extra 10 Million or so income from the shirt sponsors and realistically he would actually be far better from his point of view and a business point of view in putting the sports direct logo on those too.

Although true maybe some fans might not like it much.

He bought the company to effectively compliment his other interests, the relationship between all his interests goes both ways, whilst Newcastle don't get money in the form of income for signage around the ground with the Sports Direct Logo on, or from shirt sales (supposedly) it doesn't actually matter as it all comes out of and goes into Ashleys pocket at the end of the day.

The long and the short of it is it's a mutually beneficial relationship like it or not.