The Rangers fans see Newcastle supporters as a soft touch and this has been summed up by the latest shenanigans north of the border.

The latest embarrassing behaviour in the running of the Glasgow club saw a double whammy for Mike Ashley and his main man Derek Llambias.

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Rangers had to make a public apology to both fans and shareholders for misleading information they’d put out concerning Derek Llambias’ ‘achievements’ at Newcastle United. With claims that he’d increased the turnover by tens of millions in his time at the club, which was patently untrue – you can read about it HERE.

On top of that, Rangers and Derek Llambias have scrapped the official  Rangers Fan Board because they published minutes of their recent meeting with Derek Llambias and Ashley’s other assistant, Barry Leach.

What had been said by Llambias and Leach at the meeting with Rangers supporters was embarrassing for both them and the club. Nothing in the minutes was claimed to be incorrect but Llambias has still disbanded the official fan board AND threatened to sue them if they didn’t take down their facebook page which carried the minutes. You can read about that HERE.

Rangers fans though have refused to be bullied by Ashley, Llambias and the rest of their allies, with the members of the now banned Rangers Fan Board saying they are committed to carrying on the fight.

A member of that now banned Rangers Fan Board has now given the quotes below, rubber stamping the impression north of the border that Newcastle fans have let Mike Ashley walk all over them, with another 51,573 turning up to watch the Villa match despite the cynical manipulation of our football club by Mike Ashley.

The equivalent of the Rangers Fan Board, the NUFC Fans Forum have their latest meeting with Mike Ashley’s minions tomorrow (Monday) night and United fans will be looking for them to belatedly step up to the plate and hold the club accountable, something which they have failed miserably to do since they allowed the NUST (Newcastle United Supporters Trust) to be banned, for simply reporting what had happened at the first Fans Forum meeting.

With the club choosing which fans sit on the NUFC fans forum, it is up to them as a group to show that they aren’t just poodles willing to be used and abused by Ashley to legitimise what he is doing to our club, in return for keeping their place on the forum and complimentary chocolate hobnobs or whatever.

If they aren’t prepared to take the club to task and work as a unified group to avoid being bullied into submission, then they should all resign and publicly show the rest of the Newcastle supporters what a sham the whole thing is.

Speaking to Glasgow’s Evening Times, this is how one of the now banned Rangers Fan Board described the difference between what is happening at the two clubs and within the fanbases:

“They are trying to scare us into submission, but Rangers fans aren’t like that. We will get on with it. Llambias isn’t used to this, having been at Newcastle, but we won’t sit quietly.”

Extra fuel:

“We are not going to give up. This has fuelled us even more, like it has a lot of fans, especially with the EGM coming up.

“If Derek Llambias and Barry Leach had any support left, it has gone now. This has been really bad PR for them. The whole thing is ridiculous and so amateur.”


“We were seen initially as puppets for the board, but we have stood up to them, we had the vote of no confidence and released the minutes of the last meeting.

“The fans have respected us a lot more and they realise we are in it for the fans, not for the board. We are not going to take this lightly. It has put more fuel on the fire and we have been treated very poorly.”


  • Jarra MIck

    I am surprised that the fans forums meetings aren’t picketed to show those quislings that are taking part that they are doing a disservice to the rest of us fans. As I have said for years no one should be meeting with these scum who are in the process of destroying our club. I don’t know how those people on the fans forum can sleep at night.

  • Munich Mag

    What a pity having a shot at genuine fans on the Toon Fans Forum. I mean at the end of the day they get a free lunch and a look around the ground, get a chance to speak to Wendy and Mr Charnley, and have a canny day out, something to tell the grandkids about.
    Until we get the club and fans pulling in one direction there is no way that we will be in a position to challenge the likes of Man City and Chelsea :-(

    Hats off to the Rangers fans for going about things differently, though from what I recall at the beginning of the Ashley take over, once the light went on the toon fans were also equally voiciferous, but lo and behold, Ashley and his minnions have worn everybody down.
    Let’s see where the Rangers fans are in a year or so from here ? Ousting Ashley is obviously more important at the moment than the absolute pish that they are turning out on the park…and fair enough…

  • Alexh1984

    Completely agree sadly, NUFC fans have done nothing to even attempt to make life difficult for Ashley. All we’ve done is argue amongst ourselves.
    Mikes won.

  • swrain79

    NUFCTheMag RangersFCTrust SonsofStruth GrandmasterSuck Completely different scenarios. RFCT have backing of major shareholders, we don’t

  • Demented_Man

    The Rangers fans are dead right.  The supine Newcastle fans make me ashamed to be a Geordie.

  • Phildene

    Out fight didn’t last long enough at all and since has been pretty disgraceful considering all the fans who are pathetically still turning up at home games to watch what exactly? A mind numbing boring game of dross of so called football. How any of them can sit in that horrible atmosphere watching that and knowing every pound there paying is going into Ashleys coffers is beyond comprehension. Good on the Rangers fans I say! Good on them and hope they succeed 100% At least they’ve got the balls to carry their protesting on unlike the so called fans here!

  • RobBrown

    Just can’t understand the Rangers Fans.

    Ashley wants Rangers in the SPL, and into Europe so he can sell his cheap crap to foreigners overseas.

    He’s willing to bankroll the success of the club to do this.

    The fans don’t want this. They want………something else?????

    They want a board that has already bankrupted this once huge club.
    They want guardians who are wanted elsewhere for imprisonable offences.
    They want Ashley gone because………not quite sure about that one.

    With stories in the papers yesterday saying that the Toon were about to announce profits higher than Arsenal I can see why Rangers fans would be concerned.

    Bunch a Numpties!

  • tomcowey

    NUFCTheMag ashleys claws are sunk into Nufc far deeper than Rangers, his power there is not so absolute

  • V1marcobay

    NUFCTheMag MA has made me fall out of love with football. Can’t take the corporate game anymore, no atmosphere, no ambition & shite games U0001f614

  • Patricia_Rants

    V1marcobay NUFCTheMag Spot on

  • V1marcobay

    Patricia_Rants NUFCTheMag Thanks. Hurts to admit it. Prefer the odd away game now, at home I just think what am I doing here. No more.

  • Sickandtiredstill

    RobBrown since when has anyone quoted Ashley in what he wants with Rangers? Many may think it was CL football, but that certainly doesn’t fit with his running of this club or his/SD involvement with other clubs.
    Looks to me like he got exactly what he wanted without having to stump up for ownership. 49% of the RRL agreement (2012) for absolutely nothing, which grew to 75% with his first loan (Nov 2014). He already had the Ibrox naming rights, for 1 quid, again from 2012. 
    Access to Rangers domestic and worldwide fan base and all the merchandising revenue and brand exposure that brings for SD. He’s also got his grubby paws over all of Rangers physical assets.
    No way was he, or is he ever going to, bankroll that football team for player purchases.

  • Sickandtiredstill

    @swrain79 NUFCTheMag RangersFCTrust SonsofStruth GrandmasterSuck You know what – there are more people in St James’ Park on match day than what SD employs in this country.
    If some of his own workers can sue his company, then surely a good part of 52000 Geordies can stand up for their Club?

  • wor monga

    Why doesn’t the Mag let that lot up there get on with it
    then?…their grand auld club‘s falling to bits, and they’re trying to kid on
    they can do something about it…

    surely politics aside this is an ‘independent’ Newcastle
    United site , and (up til now) we’ve never shown any interest in either the
    Rangers or their followers since the Fairs Cup in 1969…

    we saw them off then
    too…despite them acting like a total bunch of drunken prats at the game!!.

  • Patricia_Rants

    V1marcobay Patricia_Rants NUFCTheMag I’ve given my season ticket up. Lineker and Shearer summed it up we are a mid table team and no more

  • Sickandtiredstill

    wor monga We’ve never had an owner that had a big slice of other clubs either. 
    it may be convenient for many, but I’m not sure how or why you all think we should ignore that.

  • Sickandtiredstill

    1957 That much is sadly true. However, when fans got on his back before, he put the club up for sale sharpish. $480 million, then 100 million quid, then 80 million quid.
    I think most of us would settle for a truce and Ashley going some way to actually improving the team and competing for things, rather than winning richest club in europe trophy.

  • V1marcobay

    Patricia_Rants NUFCTheMag And what’s worse we throw 3rd round FA Cup games U0001f629U0001f621

  • MikeAshleyLies


  • MikeAshleyLies

    NUFCTheMag Mike_Ashley_Out MsiDouglas I think the #rangers and #nufc situations are totally different.

  • MikeAshleyLies

    NUFCTheMag Mike_Ashley_Out MsiDouglas even still, there is a big ‘if’ hanging over everything that happens at #rangers.

  • MikeAshleyLies

    NUFCTheMag Mike_Ashley_Out MsiDouglas yet to be seen what the fans achieve.

  • geordyjim

    What the rangers supporters say is true, we have  rolled over for the fat lad, and still are.

  • Adam_B

    Good article, very clear. Rangers are fighting back, trying to save the soul of their club. We lost ours and by appeasing Ashley, will now be unable to recover it ourselves.

    I am so in respect of the various things some brave souls up there are doing, and I think that some Newcastle fans have rightly supported their Glasgow brothers (in this very specific situation), for example in forcing the board meeting next week to take place in Glasgow and not in London. This is very good for football and its supporters and a great success against Ashley’s anti-football, retail self-interest model.

    I will say it again, and will quote the Manics, but given that the EPL, FA, FIFA, UK MPs and the print media don’t seem to be the slightest bit interested in saving the soul or British football from this reptile (apologies to reptiles), it is US (you and me fellow football fans) who are the only ones able to deal with this abomination, and on Tyneside, we have very little indeed to be proud about on that score. It is now we who are responsible.

  • NUFCTheMag

    MikeAshleyLies Mike_Ashley_Out MsiDouglas Difference is Ashley wants to control merchandising and get free adverts uo there, not own it.

  • Dollyb70

    Demented_Man  The fact is Rangers Fans are aware of what MA is all about due to how he runs us.  I am sure that you were one of the many who had optimism when MA first bought the club.  As many have said before we are stuck with him unless he decides to sell. Not even a half empty stadium will put him off now due to the TV money.  What else can we do now???

  • Munich Mag

    geordyjim   what an absolute load of rubbish.

  • Munich Mag

    Adam_B Adam, good perspective on the state of things, but what could the fans do ? Are the fans expected to conjure up a buyer to take the club of Ashley’s hands ? I’m pretty sure that no-one could forsee what an ogre Ashley would turn out to be when he rode up all those years ago ? Rangers can now only profit from our experience. Despite the fact that Ashley has his claws firmly in the club, fans can still vote with their feet, non-renewal of season tickets etc, each fan is allowed to make there own choice… Don’t forget, there are actually toon fans out there who think Ashley saved us from oblivion and is doing a good job balancing the books.

  • Adam_B

    Munich Mag Adam_B  Thanks, but we are not all without power here. We CAN do things, as I have said before:
    1. sing anti SD songs in SJP
    2. write letters to club sponsors explaining what is going on and demanding they hold the club to account
    3. write letters to MPs and the FA explaining what is going on and demanding they hold the club to account
    4. hold the local media to account for its appeasement of Ashley
    5. boycott SD and explain why this is being done 

    There is more, but basically, it involves people getting off their arses and doing something about this mess and the problem is that most of the 50k turning up at SJP very sadly just don’t wee what an absolute disaster area our club has been turned into.

  • Munich Mag

    Adam_B Munich Mag Adam, whereas you are dead right, it really does surprise me that there isn’t more militancy on the Tyne for that type of action. Rangers fans only get there act together because at the end of the day they can’t get much lower and have more to fight for. Administration and reintroduction through the lower leagues, plus whereas Ashley is only a part owner at Rangers, even the militant stalwarts cannot agree amongst themselves…

    I have a feeling that the average punter at SJP these days has been numbed into submission, and feels that they really cannot do anything about the situation, yet roll up to “enjoy the match day experience” whilst filling Ashley’s coffers. Insane if you ask me…
    Money makes money…easy really…

  • Sickandtiredstill

    @MikeAshleyLies NUFCTheMag Mike_Ashley_Out MsiDouglas Somers to to resign tomorrow (Independent and Daiyt Record). Church of Scotland Minister attacks the current Board.
    Looks very much like the fans did just what they said they would!

  • GeorgeWilton

    Rob, M Ashley isn’t bankrolling anything. All he has done since investing in the club is offer loans in return for getting his claws further into the club. He has various agreements in place whereby he benefits from merchandising, has control over club badges/logos etc. Meanwhile he tells the Rangers supporter nothing, not a word about his plans, aspirations or his vision of the way forward at Rangers. In short, he doesn’t give a flying one for anyone else apart from Mike Ashley and Sports Direct.

  • No Brainer

    Adam_B What is it that is going on

    1. Injuries to many key players?

    2. What is that you think Sponsors Wonga-loans company, Coors- and alcohol company, 138 – gambling company will have to say about the way NUFC is run?

    3. Managers resigning after being shown they are not wanted.

    4. Qtr finals of League Cups and Europa League Cups?

    5. What can we expect politicians who have been lining their own pockets to do?

    6. Is the local media actually just telling the truth now rather than trying to sell copies with sensationalist stories?

    7 Why should people pay more for similar goods?

  • Greekgeordie

    I watched the last two games of Rangers, mostly to see the Vuckic performance and the conclusion is that the level of their football is near the conference standards.
    Newcastle is a EPL team that presently holds comfortably a mid table position, financially very sound, and with almost full houses on every home game, averaging 50000, while Rangers is pushing to get out of the Scottish championship, with players that cannot hold a bench place at Newcastle, and at the brink of receivership.
    So who is feeling sorry for themselves? No need to reply.

  • No Brainer

    @V1marcobay NUFCTheMag It’s proper [email protected] I agree but I don’t think thats MA thats the whoile of the premier league.

    After a heavy five days of bevying I got in around 10:30 knackered but started watching MOTD thinking we’d be on last as the game was that bad i went to bed thinking it’ll be on last and there’s nowt to watch. 

    Thinking about it, it wasn’t a shock the whole PL is like watching games of chess played out by managers with players own craft stifled to suit the team.

    At 25 mins yesterday I was thinking that lazy get Sissoko can go he’s not interested in going forward.
    at 60 mins I was clear he was just doing exactly JC had told him to do, what a shame!!! On consideration of what he was clearly asked to do and what he did he did it very well Arrivederci Moussa.

  • No Brainer

    @V1marcobay Patricia_Rants NUFCTheMag
    League cup?
    dodgy linesman decisions?

  • Sickandtiredstill

    No Brainer Adam_B
    3. Which Manager exactly has resigned since Ashley came in?

    7. Never heard of a monopoly?
    It’s as bad as price fixing which Ashley cried of to the same politicians you now say are corrupt.

    Starting the week with yet more tub thumping for the regime I see.

  • No Brainer

    GeorgeWilton Interest free loans which make the club able to be managed.

    One thing certain is that the first thing administrators do is ensure that money is liquidated to-
    1. Pay the tax man
    2. Pay themselves.
    3. Kind of like pay the rest a bit if they can.

  • No Brainer

    Sickandtiredstill No Brainer Adam_B
    A clue, thanks again 
    A L A N P A R D E W
    Econmics A Level so yes 
    It was the police he informed of the price fixing to.
    Do you not think politicians are corrupt?

    Monopoly? JD sports (minority holding)
    Adidas, Nike online stores
    In our area Start fitness and there is an awful lot of leisure wear available at many supermarkets Matalans etc etc
    Just deal with facts I have missed your opportunities whilst i have been away.

  • DavidDrape

    Adam_B  exactly Adam B done 4 out of 5 of the above. even seen out local media jump back into bed with the devil.

  • DavidDrape

    RIFC fans are to be applauded for their stance to save their club. well done. RIFC are going nowhere unless they have the majority of fans on board & its about time the majority of our fans who go to their social club every 2 weeks realised they too can make an impact (damage his brand & decrease income) but the majority simply do not have the desire. Getting ashley and his cronies out of football in the uk should be every genuine football fans aim so that he can’t ripping off clubs/mis lead everyone/pocket large sums of money and exploiting staff and people. Newcastle and celtic fan

  • newcastle7

    When their former directors bankrupted the club and got them relegated to division four 
    the Rangers fans were very brave indeed did nothing.
    No that someone is putting money into the club rather than taking it out they have come out the woodwork.
    No spine unless they have Chelsea fans beside them.

  • newcastle7

    Sickandtiredstill NUFCTheMag Mike_Ashley_Out MsiDouglas Rangers for division five without Ashley they are bankrupt where were these brave men when they went down to division four conference for Rangers where has all the money gone far far away

  • newcastle7

    @Patricia_Rants V1marcobay Patricia_Rants NUFCTheMag Enjoy shopping on a Saturday take care.

  • Sickandtiredstill

    No Brainer Sickandtiredstill Adam_B
    Hahahahaha, you are hilarious! 
    Convenient how you completely leave out the fact that Ashley/SD were in turn investigated by the OFT & SFO.
    As for Pardew – ok, one out of 4 ‘resigned’ though in fact he jumped ship. 
    I would encourage everyone to go out there and read the whole sordid history of Ashley/SD, JJB, JD etc. They are all connected which you fail to mention.
    A level economics, blah.

  • Sickandtiredstill

    newcastle7 Simon, we all know you adore Ashley, but try and learn some facts, man.
    He didn’t put any money into Rangers until last November. He already had the retail agreement and Ibrox naming rights tied up since 2012. 
    No wonder Geordies get such bad press.

  • nufcslf

    50,000 sheep of quiet soft shites that finance a total c**t. Couldn’t give a toss what Rangers fans do or think, but appalled at no abuse going Cashey’s way week in and week out. Wins like yesterday just make it far worse in the nothing will change and another one of sheep in John Carver will likely get the coaches job full time. All adds up to not really worth supporting. Shame because I used to live and breath everything NUFC, not so much anymore.

  • DZA187

    Sounds about right – Toon fans like to sellout and wear wonga to support cashley too. Shocking but true.

  • Greggy164

    Dollyb70 Demented_Man  Hello Dolly. Good point.

    Rangers fans know whats happening at your club and hopefully nipped it in the bud. With a bit of luck we can send Ashley packing.

    For Newcastle it was different. It was Ashleys !st time at buying a football club.
    After 7/8 years at Newcastle I think its fair to say that its unlikely Ashley will change his ways. He has the means to become a God if he wanted but I dont think it will happen. Im sure there are still some fans who feel he will come good for them.

    What I find strange is why the people of Newcastle have allowed him to go to the bully. Why is Ashley allowed to sit amongst the fans? On matchdays the ground should be a no-go zone for him. Or empty.

    If the fans sorted themselves out and really started to put pressure on I think Ashley would collapse. He is a bully and most bullies dont like it when someone stands up to them. United belongs to the people of Newcastle. The club is under Ashleys stewardship but he doesnt own it

  • Greggy164

    Phildene  Ive got to agree. Any chance Newcastle fans get to damage his or SDs image should be taken. To boycot is a last resort. A boycot in the EPL would have a lot bigger effect than a boycot in Glasgow. EPL is broadcast worldwide.

  • Greggy164

    RobBrown  Brown you are talking brown. Plenty of it.

    Ashley has been given the benefit of doubt by the majority of Rangers fans. The way he has went about it has been wrong. He has badly mis-judged the people of Glasgow. At no point has he ever tried to get Rangers fans onside. Ashleys henchman, Llambias, has came up here and tried to bully us. The way he has conducted his business and carried himself is embarrassing. He has played the roll of a high flying, no nonsense,hardman business type person. He has been found out. Haha.

    “With stories in the papers yesterday saying that the Toon were about to announce profits higher than Arsenal I can see why Rangers fans would be concerned”

    Wow. Really.  Where to start?

    I am more concerned about silverware than profit.
    Rangers. The worlds most successful club. Collected more silverware than any other club. Fact

    Numpties? Many trophies have you seen Newcastle lift?

  • Greggy164

    No Brainer GeorgeWilton  No Brain. Hello. I see nothings changed.

    You are still on here spouting pish. To be clear.

         Ashley hasnt saved Rangers.
          Ashleys loans were not the only option.
           Ashleys loans were not the fans prefered option.
           When it comes to administrators nothing is certain

  • Greggy164

    No Brainer NUFCTheMag  A heavy five days of bevying

    Brains Im shocked. I didnt know you had it in you. Well done Lad

    Did u do any shagging?

  • Greggy164

    newcastle7 Sickandtiredstill NUFCTheMag Mike_Ashley_Out MsiDouglas    Newcastle7 you are a belter

    Is English your 1st language?

  • No Brainer

    Fwit ya tawking aboot oor willie? Away weet yu eef ya feenk wit a row-t ain’t reet. Tha wee [email protected] en tha big smoke weel tek it all tha english alwees dee.
    get Dave king in and ya’ll be lucky the bhoys don’t draft wee Hak to pkay up front against ya
    Ronnie Ronnie Ronnie,

  • No Brainer

    Its not a league you play in but a game of swappsie

  • Greggy164

    geordyjim  Geordyjim. As a Glaswegian I wouldnt say Newcastle fans have rolled over. Sat back and allowed their club to be raped and plundered would be a better description

  • Greggy164

    Adam_B  You have gone too far. Brave souls. Ffs.

    Nothing brave about it. Standing up for yourself is natural. As a child I was always told if someone hit me I was always to hit them back. Its the law of the land

  • No Brainer

    What is that?

  • Greggy164

    Sickandtiredstill newcastle7  I think Newcastle7 is at it.

    Or he has taken too much LSD

  • Greggy164

    No Brainer  Shagging? Aye right.  Dont let me down now. Ive always thought you were a mad shagger. Are you telling me you arent?

  • Greggy164

    No Brainer  So. Our Trophy Room has silverware in it. Has yours?

    Do you have a trophy room?

  • No Brainer

    Och ya wee jessiw wisht noo.

  • Greggy164

    No Brainer  No Brains for President!!!!! yeah

    You would get ma vote everytime

  • Greggy164

    No Brainer  Nothing to be ashamed of No Brain.

    There was a time I was but I gave it up. Scared of ma hole noo

  • No Brainer

    Aye just like yours at ibore, we keep the wee mans star of the week term graduation and god foresaken pictures from when he was two adirn the walls.
    You need to face it its not even the championship of a nation just the amatuer kick a boot of the annexed angry mob in the north

  • No Brainer

    Great, furst job lets unite ireland

  • Greggy164

    No Brainer  Whatever you think. Go for it.

    The politics of Ireland does nothing for me but if you want I will dive in for you?

  • Greggy164

    No Brainer  I dont like the way you used “wee man”.

    Are you Clark Kent?

    Hey. You are ripping it. “annexed angry mob in the north”.
    You want me to go there?

  • No Brainer

    Aye a dee, thats how it is, fwit ya gona dee noo tha oil’s oot tha spout.
    theres nowt there worth testing but the road south.
    Take a look

  • Greggy164

    No Brainer  Eh? What?

    Why did you want me to watch that shite?

    What you wearing?

    I was gonnae put a video on here but I dont know how to.

  • Greggy164

    wor monga  Do you feel better after that? I would love it if you would tell me more about seeing off drunken prats. Was it just Rangers fans?
    Are you sure there were no Chelsea fans there as well?
    Did you do it alone or did you get help?
    Whats with wor mongo? 
    Fairy Cup. How did you get on?
    Where you even at the game?
    Im sure you can do better than prats. It makes you sound like a bufta.

  • Greggy164

    Greekgeordie  Who is feeling sorry for themselves? 

    I cannae help myself. I have to ask. Are you from Greece? Do you stay in Newcastle?

  • Greggy164

    No Brainer  No Brains.

    Tell me more about your 5 day blow-out. Please.

    Did you have the same socks and underwear for 5 days?
    How many women did you go through?
    What do you drink?
    Have you ever wasted a semi?

  • Greekgeordie

    Greggy164 Greekgeordie  To answer your questions, I am from Greece, I do not live in Newcastle but in UK close enough to have a season ticket.

  • SirSmith72

    newcastle7 we don’t need ashley and never have. every loan he has given rangers has had a rival bid, the problem at rangers isn’t getting money, its the shitheads who spend the money that are the problem

  • SirSmith72

    Greekgeordie if you paid attention to the rangers scenario you would understand what is actually happening, everything has happened in stages, the crowds will be back for a packed ibrox on tuesday after tomorrows 11am news, as for team, we have had no scouting system for around 3 years, and most of the players that are playing are extremely overpaid, they are average/below average scottish premiership players that are earning more than every player in the scottish premiership outwith celtic. dont judge rangers on what you see now, especially slating attendees during a supporter boycott.
    rangers/newcastle fans don’t want ashley, sadly this is what it looks like getting his say down to a minimal, his hold on newcastle is greater than his hold on rangers, it would get uglier far quicker at newcastle

  • SirSmith72

    Adam_B Munich Mag the grasp he has on rangers is pretty bad but for you guys its far worse, attack him in the heart and don’t let anyone shop in his beloved sports direct stores

  • SirSmith72

    newcastle7 Sickandtiredstill NUFCTheMag Mike_Ashley_Out MsiDouglas what ?

  • SirSmith72

    @tomcowey NUFCTheMag you realise newcastle can start a fan ownership fund and stop buying merch, buy tops made buy your ownership fund so all the cash goes on to fight the cause, you managed to get him to place your club for sale before, why not buy the club yourselves instead of dreaming of the right kind of billionare

  • SirSmith72

    No Brainer GeorgeWilton your missing a key point here, due to such loans he has been able to get 75% of rangers retail, meaning for every £10 spent on rangers merchandise, the club gets 75p, the rest goes on to sports direct

  • RobBrown

    SirSmith72 newcastle7 Excellent – a rival bid from people who have already been involved in the stripping of Rangers – that sounds sensible!

    You get everything you deserve if you let King take over.