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Ashley's Indian takeaway cancelled

Ashley's Indian takeaway cancelled

An update from Anil Ambani`s spokespeople suggest that their interest in the club has now been shelved, with particular mention of the upheaval in the club. A statement reads:

"We are no longer interested in buying Newcastle because of the turbulent conditions which currently exist there and because we have been unable to have any satisfying talks with anyone from the club."

Nice start Ashley. Cracking timing of the company to release this just prior to widespread protests tomorrow - go on lads, hoy some oil on the fire!

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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Friday September 12 2008
Time: 3:56PM

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up for sale about time
steve bhoy
14/09/2008 18:45:00
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good protests but we ain't all Cockney Mafia
merlin
14/09/2008 19:37:00
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Use lot are the most stupid thickest and totaly idiotic bunch of fans this game will ever no! who do u think use are? what history do use have! my god sunderland and midlesborough have more of a history! a tell yi what mun! sell up go ham and neck sum nooki broon ya numpti
fivestar
14/09/2008 22:35:00
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NO DOUBT ABOUT IT ...... THIS IS A MASSIVE OG BY THE NOOKIE FANS. WHAT EXACTLY HAS KEEGAN DONE .... EVER, FOR THE CLUB. GET YOUR ACT TOGETHER GUYS YOU ARE BECOMING THE LAUGHING STOCK
HUGGYLOCH
14/09/2008 23:46:00
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