I know you are tired of reading about the doom and gloom surrounding Newcastle United as we all are.

Nearly as tired as you are of the mercenaries/ has beens /never will bes you try to get behind every weekend, though not nearly as tired as you are of Mike Ashley.

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The fact that you are reading this article right now, even after 8 years of this utter crap, is testament to you as a supporter.

I’ll be honest, I watched the derby not expecting a win, but to see how the fans will react to the inevitable defeat.

This is because the only hope I have had is that sooner or later, enough will eventually be enough and something will be done. Finally, I have something to get behind in AshleyOut.com.

I know some people will rubbish all hope of it but it is a step in the right direction. I don’t care what action they propose, I will be behind them 100% even if I don’t think it will work. As doing nothing will lead to nothing.

I know the sackpardew.com didn’t work but under a normal owner it would have…Under a normal owner the site would not have been needed.

This new campaign I hope will gain support and give us something to shout about again and even something to get behind, imagine that!

If the fans can put half the energy into this campaign as we used to put into supporting our team, then Mike Ashley will be gone quicker than JFK.

I hope the site proposes action against sports direct as it is Ashley’s only love and also sit in protests at SJP, whatever they do though I’ll be behind them knowing I’m trying my best for my club.

I’m fully expecting comments below saying ‘its pointless’, ‘it will never work’ but I’ll tell you this in advance, there’s nothing more pointless than supporting Mike Ashley’s Newcastle United.

Pitchforks at the ready.

  • SteveSowden

    Morning lads and lasses and may I say the very best of luck with this.
    Those who don’t join up do in fact endorse the regime by signing up to apathy acceptance and maybe 10-20 more years of the leech. Doing nothing is not an option if you accept that what Sir Bobby said about this club is worth fighting for.
    Rangers fans woke up and smelled the coffee and while not entirely rid gave him a big fat bloody nose.

    He has been well paid off already and we owe him nothing… Arsenal receive 30 million a year for the advertising brand at their stadium. After 8 years Mike Ashley owes our club 240 million pounds and has been very well paid back in full and he knows it.

  • dude 1

    Lets do it force the FCB out

  • LeazesEnder

    The campaigns at Manchester were Highly-Visible (Quite literally)…. they didn’t wait to get every lamebrain onside and took to the air with their message….I’m just saying like…. its a thought, if you are surrounded by Charlie Muggins and his family (and we seem to have a surfeit of them)….

    ….Bypass them!

  • AUSTIN 1

    At last!Someone on my wavelength right in my opinion the only way we as fans can hurt MA is to go after his only love Sports Direct.Sports Direct is MA soft underbelly,his sole reason for buying Nufc was to use it as a vehicle to promote SD.This is where we have him.Mike Ashley has to answer to SD shareholders,unlike the fans of Newcastle!If we can somehow manage to drive the share price down on SD,MA would be held accountable therefore forcing his hand.The trick is how to do this?Bad media coverage of SD?Im sure someone has a good idea.But again we must go after SD!

  • StephenBowers

    Does JFK refer to our former manager/ director of football or former U.S. President.
    MA could end up like the latter.
    You can’t take it with you Mike.

  • Fozzyworld

    Anything legal is better than nothing. If it hurts SD then he will have to respond!

  • Alexh1984

    Completely agree and I’m in. We’ve needed a group to spearhead this for years and AshleyOut.com seem like an intelligent bunch who have put there money and time into this. It’s time to fight back.

  • shaunieoisdead

    100% agree and I’m with you, im a ST holder and I gladly give up games and take to the streets to show my support, enough is enough time for change

  • Chris Ellis

    Boycott is the only way!!!

  • NottsToon

    The greatest lie propagated by the club, the local media and certain sections of the “support” is that nothing can be done to remove Ashley. If you genuinely believe that lie then it is time to walk away.
    Organisation and a focal point is all that has ever been needed for the majority to have their say and take some power back from this leech, and I think and hope that this could be it. The nay sayers/ paid stooges/ apologists will always bleat against it, let them…. their opinions and words are invalid and counter productive to the future of NUFC.
    This needs to happen now.

  • No Brainer

    SteveSowden That is the same Sir Bobby that was hounded out by the fans of this club.

    Arsenal do not recieve anything like £30 million from advertising at the Stadium.
    They receive £30 million for stadium rights which the fans and the city council protested that they did not want the club to do.
    Currently the Ashburton Grove Stadium is being called Emirates and unless a new sponsor is found will revert to Ashbuton grove in 2018/19 season.

  • Grumpyoldmag

    The Venkeys are still in charge at Blackburn, The Glaziers still own Man Utd. With everything that is in it for Ashley how do you expect a few protests to persuade him to sell up?

  • PeterRobson

    NottsToon I agree with you 100% and believe me, after supporting Newcastle United for nearly 50 years, witnessing dire managers and witless chairmen, I would love to see change finally happen, preferably before my son starts supporting Bayern Munich (his mum´s a Boxhead just to clarify).

    I taught my dog to go happy mad at the mention of Alan Shearer, and snarl at the name Souness.

    Like you and thousands more I pray for change, but it all comes down to one factor: We are no longer “United”.

    All it takes for evil to triumph, is for good men to do nothing !!!

  • LeazesEnder

    PeterRobson NottsToon Can you clarify Boxhead for me?

  • PeterRobson

    LeazesEnder PeterRobson NottsToon German mate !!! I was stationed in Germany for a lot of my career(with the odd trips to sandy climates and realistic paintball arenas (irony).

    Met my 3rd ex and the little boy in my foto is the product and I never let him forget he´s 75% Geordie lol

  • v0ices

    No Brainer SteveSowden and your point is Ashley owes thge club for when he renamed the ground?

  • PeterRobson

    AUSTIN 1 I´ve spouted the same sentiment about targetting his brand (legally and non-violent) and all I got was abuse for it !! Sometimes words will fall on deaf ears mate !!

    I was all for a group of us wearing plain white tees (good name for a band) with just one letter on each and then re-arrange them tomake a slogan !!!

    I looked a bit silly with just a big A on my shirt all alone !!!

  • LeazesEnder

    PeterRobson LeazesEnder NottsToon Poor little sausage

  • AUSTIN 1

    I’ve tried to tell everyone who will listen including all the big social media outlets,that this is the only way!Hurt his shitty first love SD(money)Shareholders will hold him responsible!

  • SGM

    Careful what you campaign for, we might end up like Leeds, Blackburn, with an owner like Tann.
    Do us a favour and keep yer neb out. You got it 100% wrong where Pardews concerned

  • NottsToon

    92 league clubs and you can name less than 10 who have had nightmare owners recently, including us. Why do apologists always quote worst case scenario when the odds are so stacked against it?

  • DavidDrape

    well put

  • Toon Magpie

    Be careful what you wish for.

  • Toon Magpie

    SGM We did get it wrong with Pardew and we got it wrong with his replacement Carver. Fans wanted  a Geordie. Fans can be stupid and protest when we were 4th and 5th in the league under Pardew. Fans even throwing objects towards  Pardew’s dugout and when he stood up booed him. 

    We get what we deserve. We deserved Carver for how we treated Pardew. Pardew wasn’t pefect but many of us thought we wouldn’t get any better and now have been vindicated. 

    I hate the direct some of our fans take us but sometimes even the most sane amongst us can jump on the bandwagon with militants because we need something to belong to and Newcastle United wasn’t providing that feel good factor. I can’t understand for the life of me why Pardew was singled out for the fans wrath but he was and he was made scapegoat for removing the passion out of our club unfairly in my position. Would I have Pardew back. In one word. Yes.

  • Toon Magpie

    PeterRobson NottsToon Some times men who think they are good do evil.