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Magpie Group announce on Wednesday the latest Mike Ashley protest

9 months ago
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On Wednesday night The Magpie Group have confirmed the latest organised protest against Mike Ashley.
The international break has seen two smaller protests outside a Sports Direct store in Dublin, as well as online interference spreading to include the bigger minority shareholders in Sports Direct, including Schroders.
Saturday though sees yet another pre-match show of displeasure, with fans asked to join protest organisers outside the (Sports Direct) club shop at St James Park from 2.15pm.
Supporters once again asked to protest pre-match against Mike Ashley but then for those who are going to the match, to then give 100% support to Rafa Benitez and the players once the game kicks off.
The Magpie Group statement – Wednesday 17 October 2018:
‘The Magpie Group announce details of another protest at St. James’ Park branch of Sports Direct
A peaceful protest will take place outside the St. James’ Park branch of Sports Direct at 2.15pm on Saturday 20th October 2018. It will last 30 minutes.
Representatives of Group will be on hand to direct proceedings and provide materials, but supporters are welcome to bring their own banners, flags and scarves.


Following the conclusion of the protest the Group encourage people heading into St. James’ Park to channel their anger with Mike Ashley into support for the team.
The Magpie Group, an alliance of Newcastle United supporter groups, organisations, and social media accounts, today announce further protest action against Mike Ashley and Sports Direct.
A peaceful protest will take place outside the St. James’ Park branch of Sports Direct (the “Club Shop”) at 2.15pm on Saturday 20th October 2018. The protest will last for 30 minutes, and is intended to be another audible and visible display of anger with Mike Ashley.
Representatives of The Magpie Group will be on hand to direct proceedings, and a number of protest materials will be provided, but all Newcastle United supporters attending the protest are welcome to bring their own banners, flags and scarves to add to the spectacle.
With Newcastle United’s home game against Brighton and Hove Albion kicking off at 3pm, the Group strongly encourage people heading into St. James’ Park to channel their anger with Mike Ashley into fervent support for the team.
Mike Ashley is one man, we are a city. If you love United, stand united.’

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