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Surely NUFC Have To Bin W*nga Now?

Our stock has fallen as a respected brand under Mike Ashley's tenure as much as me to label us a 'horrible club'

We're a horrible club to be associated with nowadays with the majority of us just doing so because we can't support anyone else plus have hopes that one day we'll be free from the cancer.

The latest news to hit us, because it will, is that Wonga have been fined for sending dodgy threatening letters out to customers who couldn't/didn't pay from made up legal firms.

They used 'Chainey, D'Amato & Shannon' as its fake law firm to scare vulnerable people into either paying or taking out more loans to cover previous debts.

Any other club would have ended this sponsorship on the back of this with very few clubs even low enough to use them in the first place but it speaks volumes to those that don't already know the type of person that Ashley is by allowing them to come anywhere close in the first place.

It's a quiet time of year for such a big news story to break with people on holiday and what not but the increased number of negative things around the club has to end sometime.

Whether that's by selling or crashing im not sure but it must be close to either now as it's an unsustainable trend line we're treading.




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Writer: Talk of the Tyne Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday June 25 2014

Time: 10:49AM

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This is the kind of 5h!t that Cashley surrounds himself with and it's about time he was somehow driven out of our club. He is a nasty grasping insideous waste of space that should never have tainted the great name of Newcastle United with this firm of "Gangsters"in the first place. My hope in all this is that Cashley is further alienated from those supporters that can't see the wood for the trees and that he is further reviled among the rest of the football world.
Georgia Peter
 

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