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Newcastle United have officially denied that Mike Ashley has banned numerous journalists and newspapers to ‘effect editorial control’.
A day after Mike Ashley banned yet another newspaper, Alan Pardew bottled it and refused to speak to any newspaper after the Southampton disgrace.
Author Adam Lane is full of admiration for the Newcastle United clampdown on pesky journalists and has some extra ideas for Mike Ashley.
Mike Ashley’s released a statement saying he won’t consider selling Newcastle United until May 2016, the NUFC owner in the meantime bans another newspaper.
Author Dean Wilkins thinks it looks like the Chronicle’s attempts to climb back into bed with Mike Ashley haven’t gone too well…
It has just been revealed that Newcastle United have been in talks with the Chronicle to lift the long running Mike Ashley newspaper ban.
Mike Ashley has been accused of employing a ‘Cash For Questions’ policy at St.James’ Park when it comes to press access on behalf of fans.
According to Mike Ashley (via his rubbish website) Newcastle have lined up Chelsea striker Demba Ba,…surely not published simply for ‘commercial reasons’?
Newcastle United ban another newspaper after claims that Alan Pardew was for the high jump if his players lost to Villa.
One thing I can’t fault Steve Bruce on…
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