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26 Mar 2020 08:34:37
Mike Ashley really has no shame as Newcastle take season ticket payment for next season from fans.
As the country and world try to pull together I guess there will always be Hero's and Vilians emerge.
Mike Ashley has sent a clear NO CHANGE HERE message.

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26 Mar 2020 10:25:54
In the Plus column Pep Ronaldo Messi and Lewandowski have all donated 1 million euros to hospitals.

Hero's 4 villains 1.

26 Mar 2020 16:08:47
There's also been a few articles about his poor treatment of sports direct employees during these trying times. The guy has no shame.

26 Mar 2020 17:38:35
It's important when we get through the other side of the current situation we remember and celebrate the countless hero's and equally give those who looked after number 1 a very wide birth Perfect mate.
When the current situation is over we should all simply spend our money with those who supported the battle rather than simply their own interests.

26 Mar 2020 18:30:44
The man's a cretin gunner, he opened his shops during the coronovirus and trebled the prices on everything, he then takes six hundred pounds out of people's bank accounts for next season ticket lol while most people are out of work or seriously ill, I like Newcastle as a club and the area but would love to see Newcastle relegated while he's in charge of them.

26 Mar 2020 19:06:50
Your bang on Raver mate he's a nasty piece of work mate, one of the many good things i hope will come out of this horrible time is that people's eyes will be opened to all we never really needed in our lives and all we would be better off without going forward.
I wish Mike Ashley no personal harm at all but Mike Ashley the business man and the way he treats people customers and workers alike we could most definitely do without having in all our life's.

28 Mar 2020 01:49:54
to be fair everyone just trying to stay alive, people pulling gym memberships as an example saying i'm not paying for that when it s not open, well there is going to be a lot of things not open when ya s try and go back, no one should judge at this time, if you like something support it, buy a voucher or something cause it might not be there when you wake up i 4 weeks! this does not exclude football teams either, if you bought a ticket for a match, don't look for a refund or in 6 months you may be looking for a new team.

28 Mar 2020 09:16:43
So what your saying Rick is people on minimum or low wages who might not receive a penny in support until June should keep paying to keep premier league clubs and players in the manner they have become accustomed to?
If those with the broadest shoulders can't pull a bit of weight now then maybe Prehaps it's something that doesn't deserve to survive once this world epidemic is over.
Football is a brilliant hobby but it's hardly a daily essential and the world really would keep turning without it.
If we've learned anything surely it's how we've got our priorities all wrong when we would all prefer to pay for season tickets or sky and bt subscriptions than we would to pay a bit more in tax to fund our health service and value those within it as they truly deserve to be valued.

31 Mar 2020 19:21:22
Am i the only 1 thinking also that if the season is boycotted that season ticket holders should get some kind of refund or discount for next season also. I know some teams are hurting but so are a lot of the fans and its time for some of the rich millionaire directors/ owners to step up and help out and i don't mean by 20% when you are earning millions a year.



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