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Porky Nero fiddles while Toon burns

Hats off to the Fat Controller Mike Ashley for blowing out Keegan for an £125,000 blinger party in New York. Most media outlets are reporting this morning that, rather than go back to England and speak to KK face-to-face, Ash Diddy was seen partying it up with NFL and Z-List stars in a bar in Manhattan, running up a massive bar tab whilst supping Cristal champagne.

Another slap in the face and further confirmation that Ashley should stick to running his knock-down charva apparel shops.




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday September 6 2008

Time: 8:59AM

Your Comments

is this man any different from the sheperds who were once in charge i remember one of the sunday papers busting them for partying and women and say how they were ripping of geordie fans
dan the man
Just like a baby. Is he incharge of the club or wat. It couldn't of been that important to still have KK as manager. He should go back to where he came from
Jonni_G
No matter now much money he has, he's still a fat, ugly slob! BTW, the bill for that Cristal champagne was reputedly to have been £250k
Bethybabes
You guys have my sympathy! Huge club, superb support, and are a decent chairman away from being up there. It's been a great week for us (MCFC) but are thoughts are also with you coz you dont deserve this!
oliverblue
As an aside, dont boycott the match next week. Protest by turning up in your thousands and roaring the team on (and chucking that fat idiot out of the stands!)
oliverblue
Poor old Newcastle if the people that owned the club has 10% of the passion the supporters had you could reach the highs of Sunderland or Boro.
col8
 

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