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Usual garbage from Llambias

Smug faced casino merchant Derek Llambias has provided the first slap in the face for the fans today with the usual dire platitudes to the fans. As one of the original Cockney Mafia Five, Llambias is about as popular as a bout of genital warts, and he said:

'Being relegated from the Premier League is a huge disappointment for everyone involved with Newcastle United.

We are all hurting and I feel desperately sorry for everyone associated with Newcastle United; for Mike, who has invested heavily in the Club, and for all the supporters who have given the team magnificent backing up and down the country all season long.

Mike and I will sit down with Alan this week to discuss how the Club moves forward again, and I hope to be able to say more to our supporters later this week.'

Naturally no apology from Llambias for poor Mike's poor stewardship of our club.




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The Journalist

Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday May 25 2009

Time: 4:30PM

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Ashley and llambias should do us all a favour and get out now. I hope the next step is a club sale !!
geordie_mark
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25/05/2009 17:36:00

Rumours of some consortiums knocking about. Would relish some Arab investment now! All depends whether that thick Cockney ***** doesn't price himself out again.
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25/05/2009 18:33:00

 

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