Mike Ashley will NEVER sell Newcastle United.

At least not while our supporters line his pockets on an industrial scale.

You wouldn’t allow someone close to you to treat you like sh.., so why are you allowing someone with such an appalling reputation to do so?!!

Three Wise Monkeys?

See no evil, hear no evil,speak no evil.

We have got at least fifty plus thousand!!

Carry on dancing to Ashley’s tune and the inevitable decline will happen.

I completely and utterly support the boycott – to get rid of a cancerous tumour (Ashley) you have to try anything and everything.

Come the final whistle at the Wolves game, wouldn’t you rather be angry and depressed,in the warmth of your own home or a pub…

…than a cold draughty stadium, surrounded by ScumDirect.com propoganda??!!

It really is ‘Judgement Day’.

The important question is:

“When the going gets tough, are the tough going to get going?”

It is time to reclaim Newcastle United Football Club.

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  • Tweed Mag

    (Posted on an earlier opinion piece by John Williams.)
    Those of us who have been going to St James’ for many decades (since 1967 for me) have probably never seen the club so bereft of ambition and hope. It is all down to one man – Ashley. Criticise Rafa if you like (I have no idea why he selects Perez every week) but he is trying to extract the best he can from what he has.
    For those of you wavering about a boycott, think about the future; either send a clear message now, or regret it for years to come. It is just one match, in front of a world-wide audience that provides a great chance to reinforce the message. There is already a generation who have had nothing to shout about, no excitement, no memories to pass on. If you feel any responsibility towards the future of the club, then stay away. A simple act that will make a massive difference. Do it.
    (Please.)

    • RAFmag

      Well said.

    • Phildene

      Extremely well put and we in total agreement.

    • GazChampion

      Bang on there.. well said TM!

    • Viru leckworth

      I told a friend that I am boycotting the Wolves match and he asked if he could have my season ticket for it…. Priceless.
      ..

      • kingfisher

        Tear it up in front of him !!

    • kingfisher

      Just about sums it up perfectly Tweed. My first game was in 1968 aged 15 and through out those years we have certainly had some bad times, but the hope and passion always burnt bright ( ish ) but not now. Ashley has killed that passion for thousands of us. If they don’t boycott the Wolves game then I fear our club is on a one way journey to oblivion.

      • Tweed Mag

        Exactly. Too many times I have gone back, then regretted it. I will once he has gone.

      • Derek Osborne

        totally agree too. my first game was in 1963 and it has been exciting (enough) until the fat greed tw-t ruined everything about the club and the soul of the city. Please boycott. I will be as I now live in Tasmania Aus

    • nufcslf

      Hope all the right fans see your post and follow through. I really am pig sick of the fat c**t and that goes back to the forcing of KK.

    • Derek Osborne

      Totally agree Tweed

  • Peaky

    Anyone got any idea of Villenelle’s going rate ???

    • Kenny

      i would do him for nowt

      • Peaky

        🤣😂🤣😂

    • Rich Lawson

      Have you tried Thomas Cook ?

  • Alan

    Support the team not the regime.
    In Rafa we trust and he said don’t boycott.

    • Kenny

      whats he supposed to say as manager, don`t come !
      by going you are supporting the regime.

      • nufcslf

        Why so many of the sheep can’t see this, is simply beyond me. Unless a boycott does happen, they can just get on with. The only thing left for me if he doesn’t leave is to not bother my rse getting up at 4am and 7am here in Vancouver to watch such shyt. Hope it never comes to that, but wouldn’t be that big a decision if it did happen. Very sad.

    • TheFatController

      He actually said ‘it’s important the fans in the studium get behind the team’

      That’s not saying fans shouldn’t chooose to not go into the stadium. So as yet, no, he hasn’t said don’t boycott.

      Nice try though. Well done.

      • kingfisher

        Well spotted Fat !!

  • Kenny

    The only time i missed a match was through work, then 3 years ago i woke up and said f##k it the Rat is not getting anymore money out of me.
    a couple of my mates still go and if i meet them for a drink after a home match & Newcastle have put in the usual dismal show their faces are a sorry site to see.

    • Geordiegiants

      It still hurts now when it’s going wrong, but I just couldn’t imagine investing in a leader like Jabba to be used like they are. He is laughing his head off at the divide, knowing fine well as long as we have people buying his products he will survive, he couldn’t careless they detest him as long they pay him.

  • Leicester Mag

    One thing for certain is that if 50K turn up we will be roundly laughed at not just by Ashley and his cackling Hyenas but by every other fan from every other club.

    • Geordiegiants

      We will be laughed at!

      • nufcslf

        Yip

  • GazChampion

    This boycott and other demonstrations isn’t about supporting the team… it’s about the CLUB’s future!
    We are going NOWHERE until we get rid of Ashley and we need to make a STAND to show this.. with a SKY SPORTS TV audience the Wolves match is the perfect scenario to get something resembling a message across to those who haven’t got a clue what we’re dealing with here!

    THis will be a small sacrifice to pay for a brighter future.
    also Ashley should be there too, let’s see his smug mush squirming in his seat.

    • Pezza

      It is, why try to damage it?

      • Phildene

        If you’re talking about OUR club, it’s already damaged and has been since Ashley turned up! It’s a wreck of a supposedly football club so any action at all will be very welcome. We HAVE to get rid of Ashley as through his dire mismanagement it’s now a shell of its former self.

  • Rich Lawson

    ”Judgement Day” but sadly no terminators in sight !

  • Geordiegiants

    I am fully behind any action at all against the vile scum. I just think that a higher profile game would of been a better option. Who watches Wolves?????