The greatest lie propagated by the club, it’s owner, sections of the local media and those ‘supporters’ who take being deluded to a new level, is that nothing that we can do will remove Mike Ashley from power.

(To feature like Notts, send in your articles for our website to [email protected])

Believe this and you might as well give up on anything related to the club right now. The formula by which the club is run is completely transparent; collect the TV money, sell any assets of worth, cut costs and repeat until it cannot be repeated any more, i.e when what used to be Newcastle United is completely bled dry.

The apologists would have you believe otherwise, they would say that Mike Ashley has secured the club financially, all the time ignoring that the debt has actually grown, they would point to the immediate impact that Pardew has had at Palace, all the time conveniently forgetting the lies he peddled for the owner, the consecutive derby defeats and the numerous shambolic performances resulting in total and complete thumpings.

They will even go so far as to tell you that protesting is embarrassing and makes the club a laughing stock, like continuing to give money and support to a man who has so publicly and repeatedly lied to us and mocked our club hasn’t already done this. Remember please that he was proven as a liar in the legal proceedings after Keegan’s departure.

The apologists will go on to say that by protesting and creating such a toxic atmosphere that no other potential owner in their right mind would touch NUFC with a bargepole, well what sort of owner do you think sitting there and happy clapping gets you? That’s right, it gets you Mike Ashley, happy now?

For the first time in a long time we have people offering some organisation to the supporters who have had enough, offering materials to co-ordinate the protest and manpower to organise it, but still these lies and false cautionary tales are peddled as if from the mouth of Mr Ashley himself.

I have not held a season ticket at St James’ Park for 5 years now and live a considerable distance from Newcastle, but I will be there on the 19th to offer my support for something which genuinely needs it, not the cowardly millionaires on the grass, but the people of integrity outside the ground who will make a stand for the good of Newcastle United. I hope to see many of you there.



  • IainT0842

    And so say all of us!

  • Beardos Hips

    Here here!

  • pissed off mag

    well said pal we got to get this scum out of our wonderfull club

  • Roppa

    Well said Notts. Let’s grasp this opportunity and unite together for the greater good of the Club. We all have a part to play: to sit back and let the rape & pillage of our Club continue, or to do something to stop its destruction. As Edmund Burke once said “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is
    that good men do nothing.” 
    Well, fellow Geordies, let’s show this dispicable owner that we are not prepared to accept this never ending abuse any longer!

  • LeazesEnder

    Good on yer Notts!

  • Billy234

    That Tw*t Lee Toady has been there for years. As soon as he got the job of MD we knew that we were goin’ NOWHERE!

  • Morpeth mag

    This article is the closest I’ve seen to the truth, Mike Ashley will never sell, he is making to much money out of the club, his wealth since taking over at newcastle has went from just under a billion to now well over three (according to Forbes) this is in no short mecure to the free advretiring he receives courtesy of his “interest free loan” which never gets paid off,,,, it’s about time some journalist started investigating the running of our club, instead of always having a go at the fans who are living through his ownership,,,,

  • Paul Patterson

    Fully agreed!!

  • Phildene

    Well said! And very true. @morpethmag- it’s nearer a staggering £5 BILLION not £3b, YES FIVE RUDDY BILLION ££’s he’s made out of our club. Forbes seems wrong as do most of the stats out there. Ashleys gone from £900 million to near £5 B !!!! Enough is enough!! We stopped our season tickets over 2 years ago after getting totally fed up watching dross and feeding him our money-no more! We should do whatever it takes! Boycotting and or relegation as hell not want to be in the Championship as it’ll cost him millions.

  • Demented_Man

    I wish someone with a grave, Churchillian voice could hijack the St James PA system and read this out at full volume before the Spurs match and prompt a mass emptying of the ground!

  • Spot on!

  • NottsToon

    I eagerly await the arrival of the apologist, club plants and Mackems to peddle their bile against the actions of supporters with integrity. I used to believe, as some still do, that protest simply pits supporter against supporter. Now I see that those who continue to apathetically fill the stadium and allow the fat man to leech from our good name are not supporters, they are stooges of the regime at worst, and weak, unwitting collaborators at best.

    For the good of the club we must discount these people from our actions, ignore their words and take charge in the only way we can, to make a stand for all that is Newcastle United, all it ever was and all we want it to be in the future. A football club, not a part of a conglomerate, not an advertising board for a discount sports retailer, and not famous only for the lacklustre nature of the support and the cheap mercenaries on the pitch.

    Whether in the Premier League, the Championship or the Conference, Newcastle United needs to be a football club again for the good of the city of Newcastle and for the good of English football. No matter how low the “loss” of Mike Ashley would take us, we can rebuild, and if that takes 10 or 20 years I no longer care, so long as we have a football club rather than a source of pity, or a punchline of a joke.

    For too long I have read season ticket holders describe themselves as the real Newcastle United, hiding behind the point that those in the stadium have more rights to the club than those making a stand, no longer. WE are Newcastle United, you are Ashleys advertising goons and complicit by your action and inaction in equal measure.

    It’s time to change, it’s time for the real Newcastle United to stand up and banish the ghosts from the sinking ship.

    April 19th, you have the choice. Integrity or apathy.

  • Fozzyworld

    Very well Written. I have no time for those who can not see what is at the end of their nose. Anything and I mean anything is better than HIM. It does occur to me mind that when it starts going tits up for him he could do even more damage. Oh well…

  • Grumpyoldmag

    NottsToon all excellent points but I keep coming back to the supporter against supporter part. You illustrate it yourself – if I don’t agree to protest then I am an Ashley apologist, a club plant or a Mackem. I can’t just be someone who agrees with your aims but not your strategy. I can’t just be someone who disagrees with your aims. I am not with you so I must be against you. And you are among the milder contributors – many of your number would question my right to even support the team. I actually believe the choice is between apathy or impotent fury and I choose apathy and am not ashamed of it.

  • v0ices

    Fozzyworld he will do more damage in the long term, at the worst its going to happen faster but the sooner he’s gone the sooner the club can be rebuilt. The club will survive.

  • NottsToon

    Grumpyoldmag NottsToon Simply put, you should be.

  • Fozzyworld

    I agree he has caused this. I know tIis situation can not be compared to a war but to borrow a phrase Churchill said something like ‘They have sown the wind and now they will reap the whirlwind’ here’s to a return to the days when we at least tried to be a proper club.

  • stevennufc

    Grumpyoldmag NottsToon the aim is to rid the club of this toxic regime!….you say you agree with the aims but not the strategy?…come on then…tell us your strategy?…….feed  the fat man every home game and do nowt?….or do you believe ashley is doing a good job?…every battle, or cause that was ever worth fighting for, was never won with your weapon…apathy!….fatso is relying on the likes of you doing exactly what your doing…nowt!..what will it take to change your “impotent fury” into any sort of action?…or are you simply not fussed?….i can just imagine this conversation between ashley and charnley at the next home game…. “well mike, looks like another good crowd again! nice to see them all looking apathetic as usual”……..”sorry lee,did you say pathetic?..ha ha!…”yeah mike! thats what i meant to say! ha ha”…….

  • Fozzyworld

    Hi Grumpy. Please don’t take this the wrong way but you leave yourself open. Surely even impotent fury is better than apathy. There are however more choices. We need empty stands for the Tottenham game, imagine the TV coverage and the commentators talking about it. It would be newsworthy and may just be the catalyst for change.
    Foz.

  • wor monga

    So what exactly are you saying here, Notts?…that all of
    those who go in to watch the game of football between us and Spurs are some
    kind of apologists, club plants or Mackems…who are only intent on bringing down
    the club, rather than being just free people who are enjoying our freedom to
    spend our time, and money following the pursuits we wish to…without any
    hindrance, threat or abuse from other parties…isn’t that what we all should believe
    in then?…or ISISn’t it?

  • NottsToon

    Your voice on this issue is irrelevant, you have chosen your side and have nothing to offer other than your apathy.

  • wor monga

    NottsToon     That
    reply could have come straight out of the Communist Manifesto…comrade!!

  • newcastle7

    Please buy the clb and give us something better or keep your mouth shut.

  • magpie9

    newcastle7  If you had half a brain you would be dangerous, go back to licking Ashleys boots

  • Grumpyoldmag

    i just don’t believe it will work. What I do foresee is 6 months down the line nothing changed the protesters getting angry because it has not worked and blaming the apathetic for the failure of the campaign and supporters increasingly fighting each other. That’s why I think it is impotent fury. And for me that is not better than my apathy as I would just become increasingly bitter and twisted – a fine drink but not a good state of mind. I don’t believe Ashley is doing a good job I would like him to leave. He has never been bullied in his life and won’t be by you. Enjoy your rage

  • Grumpyoldmag

    You see sides – are we not all on the same side? This is just the start of a pointless bitter internecine war

  • magpie9

    Mike Ashley is worth about 5,000,000,000 quid, I put in in as a number as most people don’t realize how many zeros go after that figure 5. At a min of 2% growth that is an income of 100,000,000 per annum or 273,973 per day. The sad part for N.U.F.C. is he wants to bleed the club of more. The greed of this man is infinite coupled with his frugality & plain dishonesty it makes him the most toxic owner any club could ever have. He wont leave until he has got his last pound of flesh unless he is kicked out. Every journey starts with one step, lets hope this is the start of his journey back to where he came from

  • MilitantGeordie

    newcastle7 ” Please buy the club and give us something better or keep your mouth shut” do you even listen to yourself?  Are you saying everyone should just accept any treatment dished out by the club unless we can afford to buy it? I’m glad people like you weren’t in charge of this country during the world wars because we would all be speaking German now! How about you wake up from your daydream, stand up for something for the first time in your life and help the Newcastle fans make a statement that we are proud of our club and we want it back? no no.. far too easy for you to buy your wonga top and go sit quietly like a good little cash cow in the lifeless stadium pretending to be a real fan.

  • NottsToon

    Grumpyoldmag I see sides because that is exactly what there is, by assisting in the continued destruction of the football club with their apathy certain sections of the “support” must be disregarded. 

    You cannot help or change anything by doing nothing, it really is that simple.

  • NottsToon

    Grumpyoldmag Enjoy your apathy, and know that you are contributing to the decline and ultimate downfall of Newcastle United by your complicit inaction.

    If you genuinely don’t care then leave the debate to those who do, rather than telling people who do care that their action is worth less than your inaction.

  • Grumpyoldmag

    I believe by doing nothing there will be no “sides” between supporters and that protesting against Ashley will have no impact. So doing nothing in that context is better than doing something. Just my view. Let’s come back to it in 6 months.

  • NottsToon

    Grumpyoldmag We’ve been coming back to it for 8 years, what has changed?What has inaction and apathy given us? 

    I will not stand by and do nothing any more and I will openly oppose those who do. You say “sides” like it’s a bad thing, I see it as a duty to ourselves to stand against this man who is using the name of Newcastle United as a profit making entity and all those who assist him by either their actions or inactions.

  • Grumpyoldmag

    Do you think he keeps it under the mattress or something? Forbes has him at 5bn USD of which about 3.4 is his SD shares. Not excusing him or anything he plainly still has a nice billion or so quid in freeish cash that he could use to fund us. Plainly though it is not enough to fund a etihad or chelski style spree if that’s what folk want.

  • geordyjim

    About time we had some sense talked, and if we follow it through we may become magpies again instead of MUGpies

  • NottsToon

    I believe that some people need to re-read this, and remember what kind of man Mike Ashley is. Contemptuous and dishonest, as proven in a legal proceeding and published as a matter of public record.

    http://www.nufc.com/html/2012-13html/2009-10-02kk-vs-nufc.html

  • NottsToon have to say i think responses like this are pretty disgusting to be honest and the Mag must be desparate for contributors if they are publishing stuff like this.

    Yes there are some wind up merchants around and there are definitely some people who are stretching the truth in support of Ashley but everyone is entitled to an opinion. You don’t have to agree with that opinion but at the same time who are you to tell someone that their opinion on things is irrelevant?

    I am slightly on the fence at the minute with a lot of this stuff – certainly not happy with things at the moment but at the same time not sure protests etc will do any good but certainly respect any one that is planning these things and certainly wouldn’t bad mouth anyone for doing so and yet can understand why some people will still go to the game – again their choice.

    Absolutely sick of reading comments online branding people an apologist or part of the regime if someone dares to say anything remotely positive about anything and all the constant I am a more loyal fan than you rubbish that gets spouted.
    Just because some people don’t feel boycotting is the way to go doesn’t mean they necessarily support the regime or don’t care.

    There are plenty of people in this country who I am guessing have never been to the far east to stand up and fight Al Qaeda but I am pretty sure that doesn’t automatically mean they support what they do…

  • NottsToon

    Roberts Grey Pants NottsToon “Just because some people don’t feel boycotting is the way to go doesn’t mean they necessarily support the regime or don’t care.”

    That is exactly what it means. 

    If people went to the far east to fight Al Qaeda they would have overshot by several thousand miles by the way.

  • magpie9

    Grumpyoldmag  Why not? he cant spend his wealth in a hundred lifetimes, If he chose to spend 200 mil on team apart from the thought of it giving him a heart attack it wouldn’t change his life style one iota. Most fans who attend games week in week out spend a larger % of their wealth than that supporting the team & don’t expect any other return than a competitive product on the pitch

  • Grumpyoldmag

    Because city have spent a billion on players and their annual wages are 150million

  • John45

    The only thing that makes me more miserable than knowing Ashley owns NUFC, is reading tripe like this. The arrogant presumption in pieces like this is that the average fan is a compete moron. There was no more thought put into this piece than there is by the average super fan who accuses anyone who doesn’t share their opinion on how to get him out, of being a mackem.

    The only thing this piece did for me, is wonder why you were still buying a season ticket 5 years ago – Keegan was forced out of the club nearly 7 years ago. And it’s over 10 years ago that the last great manager the club has had the dumb luck to appoint, had received the same ignominious treatment.

    Arguably the greatest lie ever told about NUFC, is that the club’s lack of ambition and general contempt for fans only started once Ashley decided to become a penny pincher. Some of us have better memories than that, and have been acting accordingly ever since.

    By all means support the boycott, but don’t for a second think that fans like you have the right to lord it over anyone else, whether they choose not to support the boycott, or whether they choose to see it as just another in a long line of too little too late measures produced by so called real fans, who frankly should take the lion’s share of the blame for the club ending up where it is now by not giving much of a toss when far greater crimes were being done to it and its fans than naked profiteering.

  • NottsToon

    John45 And what I find staggering is that one persons opinion on the internet, with which you don;t agree, appears to make you angrier than the continued 8 years of insulting behaviour and documented incidents heaped upon the good name of Newcastle United and the city of Newcastle. What does that say about you?

  • Jarra MIck

    Notts unfortunately no matter what you say there are 45,000 who will go to the Spurs game. As you have eloquently put it they will justify their actions as those of true supporters and no matter what fatty does they will keep on going. Love to think it will work but seeing the anger and hatred thrown at those leaving the Cardiff game tells me that Ashley has won and we may as well find something else to do until he runs the club into the ground.

  • NottsToon

    Jarra MIck I cannot believe that Mick, I simply won’t accept that the supporters of this once great club will roll over any longer.

    If this protest and boycott is a failure then for me the Fat Man is welcome to what’s left of the club and I hope he chokes on it.

  • stevennufc

    NottsToon John45 well said!

  • magpie9

    Grumpyoldmag  You are talking like a propaganda mouthpiece for  Ashley Since the start of e.p.l. City have spent 631 mil, since 07-08 they have spent 578 mil which is way short of a billion. They are the biggest spenders & over last 8 years average 75 mil. Will save you trouble of looking it http://www.transferleague.co.uk/manchester-city/english-football-teams/manchester-city-transfers

  • John45

    It says nowt about me, because your comment is incoherent nonsense. If 8 years of being insulted pisses you off so much, why did you only jack in your ST five years ago? Bering in mind Keegan was sacked nearly 7 years ago. I stopped financially supporting the people who have been slurring the good name of NUFC long before Ashley was even on the scene.

  • Grumpyoldmag

    There you go again – I don’t agree with you so I am an apologist. The billion comes from the fact they have to pay those players. Fact is this outlay would burn Ashley’s cash in 5 years flat. I’ll save you the bother of looking it up mr smug patronising so and so

  • NotFatFreddy

    Take a pillow case, WRITE: “SPORTS DIRECT IS CRAP”

    Stick it in your pants to smuggle past the gestapo guards as the Park.

    40,000 DIY banners

    Sing the chorus after me…

  • NottsToon

    Right, I get it now. You’re annoyed that my indignation might overshadow yours. Well done.

  • v0ices

    Grumpyoldmag you said billion on players and 150 million a year on wages why does everyone who supports Ashley rewrite history and attempt to lie about money.

  • Grumpyoldmag

    There you go again. I disagree with you so I must therefore support Ashley I must therefore be rewriting history and lying about money. Ashley is a very rich man. He is not as cash rich as the owners of city and Chelsea. He does not earn 100 million a year on interest on his assets. Most of his money is tied up in sports direct and his wealth growth is tied to their performance. That’s all I said

  • Polarboy

    Grumpyoldmag It’s not even about him breaking into his piggy bank, had he just spent a decent amount of what we have earned as a club, and showed some ambition by awarding better contracts, and having an actual plan to progress, there is every chance that we could have retained some of those big money movers and gained a few more. People like you love to say that we aren’t Chelsea, we don’t have there money, well Ashley is literally at the other end of the scale of expenditure. Ashley could easily have moved closer to the middle in terms of expenditure

  • Jail for Ashley

    I’ll be there on Sunday in Leazes park, OUR club deserves that we make a stand. We might not hurt him financially, he might not even be bothered but we have to do this to give our club back its pride.
    HWTL.

  • newcastle7

    MilitantGeordie newcastle7 Seen that many boycotts and protests to last a lifetime they do not work.Will only put people off not only buying the club but managing the club.The rest of the country regard us as militant morons.

  • Polarboy

    newcastle7 MilitantGeordie Ashley is well known for being as dodgy as they come in the business world. He is currently dodging a governmental committee that is looking into his dealings. The fact is that anyone in the business world worthy of taking us over will fully understand our indignation, not everyone is as naive and moronic as you.

  • v0ices

    Grumpyoldmag fair enough I was simply highlighting that Ashley rewrites history and plays with numbers but cannot argue he’s not as rich as the owners of those clubs. Most supporters were not asking for a billion or even hundred million investment I think most would be very happy if the club was allowed to live within its means, which means no free advertising for SD and profits from the club merchandising. Not to mention the 10s of millions Ashley pockets.

  • v0ices

    Polarboy Grumpyoldmag or even near the top image the profits other club could generate from say a club shop and shirt sales. Or advertising in the ground.

  • John45

    Thank you. And there I was thinking you would never accept that you weren’t the first fan to realise NUFC and its fans were being mistreated.

  • Grumpyoldmag

    Reread my first comment – I believe that’s what I said.

  • John45

    Some of us were doing something long before Notts even stopped buying a season ticket. If he attends the boycott and starts spouting the sort of crap he’s been doing on here, he’s likely to get chinned.

  • Polarboy

    Grumpyoldmag What I was speaking to is that some people like to bring up Chelsea and Citeh and the money they spend on players as if the majority of people who hate Ashley expect that much to be spent, when that plainly isn’t the truth from what I have seen and heard.

  • MikeAshleyAteMyHamster

    NotFatFreddy either that or DW sports. Fatso would hate it if his competitors company was more prominent than $h!te Direct.

  • NottsToon Roberts Grey Pants slip of the fingers whilst typing – I of course meant middle rather than far!

    If thats one of the main things you can pick out to respond to by the way then that tells me all I need to know really and won’t waste any more time trying to have a sensible discussion – clearly another fan who believes every single thing they say is fact…

  • SGM

    I was accused the other day of “being on repeat” will there ever be a day when the same old shite is not being regurgitated on this sorry excuse of a “supporters site”.

  • toontom68

    newcastle7 if it makes you so sick why are you here still reading it day after day making pathetic and ridiculous comments?
    The Mag and all their cronies? Do you mean Newcastle fans??
    What are you then??

  • Polarboy

    SGM There’s an easy fix for your problem you know, its called bogging off and not reading the articles on this site. But of course people like you live for complaining so you’ll continue writing your tripe.

  • GToon

    v0ices Grumpyoldmag I think what annoys us more than anything is that Ashley seems very willing to take a gamble on buying up other businesses to fund his shop keeping empire but is very reluctant to take a risk with us. If he shoved money into NUFC and aimed for the champions league he could print money at SJP. He’d get loads back but instead we just have to “plod along”.

  • NottsToon

    Good one, worth the wait.

  • magpie9

    Grumpyoldmag  Your maths are way off, over the 8 years there are 8 years of revenue from t.v. attendance plus there should be revenue from ads which he takes free. If this is put against the 75 mil annual spending it reduces it considerably.. A squad of 20 very expensive players earning 100,000 a week (5 mil a year) wont even make a dent in the fat mans wealth. Our top players of which there are 2 earn about 3 mil per year so our wage bill & our squad. is probably smallest in e.p.l. We aren’t expecting a team of 20-30 mil players just a squad of premier league standard players. Ashley has an obligation not only to fans but to league to be competitive. Why am I a smug patronising so & so” just for pointing out that your figures are all to hell. Newcastle have spent a net of 112 mil on players since start of E.P.L. which is peanuts considering the income. We have to have a change for the better

  • newcastle7

    toontom68 newcastle7
    Because the likes of the editor of this site and all the people on this site never go to
    games and are trying to destroy our club.

  • asla1872003

    You have to try it first to find out if it works. Empty stadium would work. Because fans are needed for a football match. Without us there is no newcastle. So we need to boycott. That will encourage ashley to sell because he doesnt have our support.

  • Grumpyoldmag

    Now even one of the apathetic like myself has to cavil at that. I don’t know your credentials but having read Mr jensens articles over 25 years I think his love of the club can be taken as a given and I am certain he has done more to entertAin and inform supporters than you ever have. Even to me you sound like a club plant

  • Deluded

    Polarboy SGM Look at his pic, he hangs around to get pictures with players, pretending it’s for the bairn he’s clearly a fat old bloke happy with anything.

  • Grumpyoldmag

    Up to 2014 the owners had put in534 million over and above their income. I know you’re clever and can find it yourself – I have taken that from a telegraph article after their defeat in CL this year. That is pretty much close to half of Ashley’s free cash I reckon. I am not supporting Ashley’s tight fistedness or his approach to running the club just pointing out that he does not have as much disposable as the original poster implied

  • newcastle7

    Grumpyoldmag If he loved the club why does he not attend away games never has for years.The last I heard he did not even have a season ticket.So how can he and others inform supporters when they do not go.

  • Grumpyoldmag

    When did the supporters of this great club ever rebel? In the 60s the70s the 80s?

  • NottsToon

    Is your logic that because we haven’t before then we never should? Wow, that’s really odd reasoning.

  • Grumpyoldmag

    Err no – it was a response to your comment that you won’t accept the supporters will “roll over” – if that’s how you describe it they always have

  • NottsToon

    Does attendance at the stadium give you some mystical, esoteric knowledge which those who don’t go could never have then? You make it sound like a pagan or Freemason ritual rather than a football match.
    Believe me mate, if going to watch the Toon results in sounding like you then the boycot should be no problem.

  • NottsToon

    Great, except I didn’t say that did I? Jarra Mick did.

  • NottsToon

    Grumpyoldmag Actually I did say that, my apologies, I do admit when I’ve made a mistake. 

    I still don’t see how asking that question is at all relevant to the current situation and planned protest though to be honest.

  • Toon Magpie

    NottsToon He is a businessman, what part of that do you not understand? He isnt some perfect being with ultra moralistic intention and integrity. This is how the rich and powerful work. Grow up lad, the world isn’t a box of roses.

  • NottsToon

    World of Warcraft servers must be down again eh. Ha ha ha, bell end.

  • Toon Magpie

    NottsToon Mike Ashley Level 99 Businessman. NottsToon level 1 Pleb.

  • Toon Magpie

    magpie9 You barely understand English never mind the world or business and finance. £5 billion is his worth, that’s not what he has in a bank that could earn him that interest.

  • Toon Magpie

    NottsToon Grumpyoldmag Can anyone really do nothing. If you attend is that doing something or nothing.

    And if you don’t attend is that doing something or nothing and what difference is that from everyone else who doesn’t attend?

  • Toon Magpie

    NottsToon You really are the most pathetic moron.

  • Toon Magpie

    Polarboy What is the point of ininvestment in players without a top class manager?

  • magpie9

    Toon Magpie magpie9  Do you think Chelsea owner has his funds in his back pocket but he still spends on team. Ashley was worth estimated 2.5 bill when he bought toon & is now worth about double that. so I don’t think he expects a paltry 2% on his money. I take it you are an English Professor who has a masters in business?

  • Toon Magpie

    I don’t need a masters, it is basic common sense. He doesn’t have that money. What is the point of spending Chelski style money without a proper manager?

  • magpie9

    Grumpyoldmag  Read the report on MASH today 542 mil profit for sole owner. How you can defend this fat leech is amazing