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The Wonga would be nice if we saw some of it.

Forgetting that Wonga is a company who lends money for a second and forgetting the morals over it. The increase in sponsorship money is a good thing if the playing side actually gets to see some of it.

In a poll run by this site, 70% of members were actually in favour of the move and probably more so at the decision to make the media call the ground by it's proper name again as we still did.

Just touching on this sponsorship increase of rumoured figures of an extra 3 million per year. What can you get with that?
The chairman talks of another player per season. Not sure on that one unless it's academy or reserve level we're talking but regardless it's an increase.

All in all, the 'fury' on Tyneside is blown out of proportion, some are unhappy with good reason but from a footballing perspective it's all good, isn't it?




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Date:Thursday October 11 2012

Time: 6:04PM

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"All in all, the 'fury' on Tyneside is blown out of proportion, some are unhappy with good reason but from a footballing perspective it's all good, isn't it?" Yeah providing you never ever need to feed the children or pay the rent with no other option than to use legalised loan sharks. Then you'll find out how how much it hurts !!! Read more: http://www.newcastle.vitalfootball.co.uk/article.asp?a=296299#ixzz290zyyVUB
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11/10/2012 19:06:00

"All in all, the 'fury' on Tyneside is blown out of proportion, some are unhappy with good reason but from a footballing perspective it's all good, isn't it?" Yeah providing you never ever need to feed the children or pay the rent with no other option than to use legalised loan sharks. Then you'll find out how how much it hurts !!! Read more: http://www.newcastle.vitalfootball.co.uk/article.asp?a=296299#ixzz290zyyVUB
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11/10/2012 19:06:00

I'm amazed by the criticism. Northern Rock nearly ruined the whole country by speculating so heavy on the US sub-prime housing market which collapsed - yet noone said a thing. Yet Wonga (Which don't get me wrong is a tedious group) is vilified! The hypocracy is staggering. We all take part in the "Barclays Premier League" yet noone has mentioned Libor yet. Crazy
HuddersfieldYiddo
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11/10/2012 20:02:00

I'm amazed by the criticism. Northern Rock nearly ruined the whole country by speculating so heavy on the US sub-prime housing market which collapsed - yet noone said a thing. Yet Wonga (Which don't get me wrong is a tedious group) is vilified! The hypocracy is staggering. We all take part in the "Barclays Premier League" yet noone has mentioned Libor yet. Crazy
HuddersfieldYiddo
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11/10/2012 20:02:00

Seen similar amongst my lot (Villans) about Genting Casino. And yet people want these clubs to spend millions on players. They have to generate it some way!
The Fear
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11/10/2012 21:14:00

Seen similar amongst my lot (Villans) about Genting Casino. And yet people want these clubs to spend millions on players. They have to generate it some way!
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