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Steve Wallwork 13h
So, if Rafa was to leave NUFC the favourite to replace him is Martin O’Neill. And fans still refuse to support the likes of in their efforts to force Ashley out and get Rafa to stay. Amazing really.
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NUFC 360 13h
Replying to @KTD89
Where have I said that? I think it would be interesting to see the results. Shows how much more luck they’ve gotten
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Taylor Not Besty ⚽ 16h
I don't believe Ashley has dropped his asking price purely because I don't believe that he actually wants to sell . I'm afraid we've heard it all before and until the fat clart is gone he'll continue to damage us
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NUFC 360 17h
Do not let the ‘news’ that Mike Ashley has lowered his asking price for distract from the excellent work that is being done to pile the pressure on him and those around him. Let’s keep going! 💪🏻
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NUFC 360 Sep 17
Replying to @NUFC360
I would love to see a comparison of how many penalties have been awarded in comparison to Brighton since we were both promoted.
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NUFC 360 Sep 17
Another week, another penalty for Brighton. Mental
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NUFC 360 Sep 17
Celtic sent a scout to watch Freddie Woodman for U23s last week and the keeper has expressed his unhappiness at not being able to leave on loan in the summer. [Chronicle]
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NUFC 360 Sep 17
Replying to @james_campo
Fair enough mate
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Rob Danson Sep 17
any news on when this fans forum has been set for yet? I’m sure when the club cancelled they assured people it would definitely be held in September? Over halfway through the month now and no noises yet??
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Jack Goodrich Sep 17
Replying to @NUFC360
Rather than a boycott, I'd prefer to see a bit of a sit in after the game. Collections of fans clapping the players off and then staying for 15 minutes to chant against the board and get the message across. It's important that the team get the support, for me
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Michael Johnson Sep 17
Replying to @NUFC360
1. Money has already been paid, so it won't hit him in the pocket 2. Even if it hadn't, and the whole stadium boycotted a few matches (v.unlikely), this would be a drop in the ocean compared to TV money 3. Ashley wouldn't care 4. I still want to support the team
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NUFC 360 Sep 17
Replying to @james_campo
Not for one game?
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NUFC 360 Sep 17
Replying to @NUFC360
Most popular answer is a boycott. Regular match goers: Would you participate in one?
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Andrew Heatherington Sep 16
Great work from on the blog. Most ridiculous statistic I’ve found so far - in today’s age of worldwide PL coverage and exposure - commercial income is lower now than in 1998. But that’s what happens when 95% of the adverts visible at SJP are free of charge.
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Shiftz Sep 17
Replying to @NUFC360
You only have to look at how well it worked for AC Milan a few years ago. Worldwide coverage. I'm sure a similar protest at SJP would at least get national coverage...
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Martie Q Sep 17
Replying to @NUFC360
Novel, new protests. Cover up the sportsdirect signs with black and white covers at the start of a game.
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NUFC 360 Sep 17
Replying to @kainegardner
Does it hurt him enough though?
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Nedders Sep 17
Replying to @NUFC360
Stop going. It is the simplest, most obvious thing to try that we've never, collectively, done together. Make it a televised game, max exposure, and fill the Toon pubs with fans. Make the CITY the stadium, and leave the SD Arena empty.
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Stuart Rain Sep 17
Replying to @NUFC360
1) Continue online protests at his brands. 2) Continue protest on match day (home/away). 3) Anti SD clashes during games. 4)Mass protest outside SJP during the next live Sky game. Anti Sports Direct flags on the protest. Empty stadium would mean cameras go outside and see protest
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