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Newcastle United Supporters March to Protest Against Owner Mike Ashley [PHOTO]

newcastle united protest1 Newcastle United Supporters March to Protest Against Owner Mike Ashley [PHOTO]

Newcastle United supporters marched through the streets today to protest against club owner Mike Ashley.

The march was through the streets of Newcastle before the match against Liverpool. The Toon Army supporters held banners that read “Get Out of Our Club” with pictures of Mike Ashley, Joe Kinnear and Alan Pardew. Plus there were banners that read “Pardew is a patsy” “Why can’t we compete?” and “Ashley Out.”

Newcastle United currently sit in ninth place in the Premier League.

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2 Responses to Newcastle United Supporters March to Protest Against Owner Mike Ashley [PHOTO]

  1. Smokey Bacon says:

    This lot are probably feeling a little bit silly at 1-0.

  2. Alan Pardew's Part says:

    Pards isn’t the problem. Ashley made a ton of money running a business and much like many a sports owner, he thinks he knows how to run a club. He doesn’t. His money management and his personnel calls have been awful. Pardew is a somewhat bright spot.

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