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What should we do about his consistent, unapologetic cheating then mate? My initial reaction is deportation but I haven't had time to think it over yet.
 

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What should we do about his consistent, unapologetic cheating then mate? My initial reaction is deportation but I haven't had time to think it over yet.
remember when you said morata was a better signing than salah haha good times
 

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He clearly meant for Chelsea. Salah got two goals in 13 appearances for Chelsea and was sold to Roma for £13m. Whereas Morata got/has 16 goals in 47 appearances and could net them a reported £48.5m.
 

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Well said. It's truly a shame Morata suffered so many career threatening injuries with Chelsea otherwise I think we'd be looking at a fee that dwarfs Neymar's PSG transfer tbh. Sad that we as football fans were robbed of a once in a lifetime talent like Alvaro imo.
 

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What should we do about his consistent, unapologetic cheating then mate? My initial reaction is deportation but I haven't had time to think it over yet.
Can I just say that it is heartening to see the media finally catch up with what you have been saying for months now with regards to Salah's blatant and disgusting cheating.

Well done for being brave enough to instigate a debate that, frankly, had to happen.

Well done m8.
 

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https://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/business/business-news/mike-ashley-st-james-metro-15800502

I spoke about this on here ages ago, but it's finally going ahead. The football club owned this land when Ashley bought NUFC, it was the only surrounding land that could be used to expand St James' Park. What he's essentially done is transfer ownership of the land to his own company for a nominal fee and then sold it, pocketing the money for himself. It's asset stripping, pure and simple. This happening as he's bid for another high street chain like the vulture he is.
 

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https://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/business/business-news/mike-ashley-st-james-metro-15800502

I spoke about this on here ages ago, but it's finally going ahead. The football club owned this land when Ashley bought NUFC, it was the only surrounding land that could be used to expand St James' Park. What he's essentially done is transfer ownership of the land to his own company for a nominal fee and then sold it, pocketing the money for himself. It's asset stripping, pure and simple. This happening as he's bid for another high street chain like the vulture he is.
Mike Ashley a G.
 
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Almost as if fans forget footbsll clubs arr businesses.
Man U fan sneering about being a business ? I seem to remember the demonstrations because your yank owner was treating Man U as a source of cash for his other businesses - and he STILL didn't treat Man U REMOTELY as bad as Ashley treats Newcastle
More than the usual touch of hypocrisy from the perpetually successful clubs and their double standards regarding Newcastle
 

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Mike Ashley isn't even the worst owner in this league. We're the only club in the PL that have to sell before we can buy even though we've had 7 years of PL money.
 

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Some good news for you Jamie - our game on the 16th of Match will be moved to April now which probably means you'll win as we'll have an eye on the cup or be on the beach!
 

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Another change to the laws of the game means that if the player's arms extend beyond a "natural silhouette", handball will be given, even if it is perceived as accidental.

Elleray says this is an effort to put an end to defenders placing their arms behind their backs in fear of giving away a free-kick.

"We've changed it to say the body has a certain silhouette," said Elleray. "If the arms are extended beyond that silhouette then the body is being made unnaturally bigger, with the purpose of it being a bigger barrier to the opponent or the ball.

"Players should be allowed to have their arms by their side because it's their natural silhouette."

That's fucking ridiculous.
 

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Mike Ashley isn't even the worst owner in this league. We're the only club in the PL that have to sell before we can buy even though we've had 7 years of PL money.
Out of interest, where did all your money go? Seem to be a lot more yachts in Ocean Village marina though. Possibly connected. You were the Leicester of the PL before Leicester were the Leicester of the PL, whereas you're now the Newcastle of the PL and Leicester are the Southampton of the PL.
 

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