The independent voice of Newcastle United since 1988
Get your daily update and weekly newsletter by signing up today!
Keith Bishop was the man behind “we want to win something.” The man behind “the buck stops at my door”. The man behind the absurd mirage that is the so-called “football board.”
Ten years ago I regarded Spurs as a home banker. The difference since, I suppose, has been the vision thing.
Like a child, Mike Ashley puts his favourite toys in charge of things. Humpty can be propaganda chief, Teddy Edwards in charge of munitions, Sausage Dog is head of the secret police.
Important that each of you repeat the message “Mike doesn’t care what the fans think, so all we can do is support the lads, isn’t it?” at least twice an hour.
Lee Charnley…’Mike dreams of the stars lining up in this way. It is a rare opportunity. It is the kind of ambition we can all get behind.
Mike Ashley said he would never put another penny into Newcastle. And he has been as good as his word
Whatever the state of Rafa Benitez’s football management skills are at the moment, his hardball skills seem intact.
Then Frank de Boer himself emerged and coolly announced that Newcastle was really nothing like the sort of club he would consider taking on.
Newcastle United are heading for disaster but revealed how Mike Ashley won the battle of spin and ensured blame goes elsewhere.
Shame on you from Lee Charnley, who said at Xmas 10th place was our minimum target…And shame on you from Mike Ashley who saved your club…from success.
Once a red, always a red
Newcastle United fans group subjected to horrific abuse for supporting their team
Premier League clubs must read – How much owners have financed their club 2010-2020
Lawmakers meeting to discuss this week extending half-time to 25 minutes at matches
Official update published on Eddie Howe availability for Newcastle match at Arsenal