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A COALITION OF NEWCASTLE UNITED SUPPORTERS HAS BEEN FORMED TO REMOVE MIKE ASHLEY AS OWNER OF THE CLUB ? THE TIME FOR CHANGE GROUP ARE PUTTING TOGETHER PLANS TO HOLD A PROTEST MARCH.

Daniel Welton: "Don't renew your season ticket and don't go to any matches next season until charges are made. I've not been to a game since 2007 or bought a Newcastle shirt. The only way to hurt Mr Cashley is in the pocket, so we all should stand up and boycott. But people will not. Don't say anything unless you want to make a stand."

John Jamison: "Some people want to still go to the game to support the team but not the regime! If we all stand together and march instead of boycotting this will send the message needed #Time4Change. But this protest is going to be peaceful and we don't want the idiots to turn up."

Jason Carpets Clarke: "Newcastle fans should count themselves lucky, It could be worse. Could have had Peter Ridsdale or Ken Bates controlling the purse strings."

Carl Hutchinson: "Why don't they all just go and watch Gateshead instead? Unless a wealthy oil baron buys the club they will always be a bottom half club now IMO. If you don't like it, don't go."

Willy Willoftoon Crane: "More embarrassment heaped on the club, just to make us look even dafter."

Mark Jacko Jackson: "Four wins, two good signings in January and this will all be over."

Neil Copping: "He owns the club. The only way to get him to sell is to stop going to the match, but that will never happen. Fans will always support the lads."

Wakey Wakey: "Only way is to boycott the club in it's droves empty stadium he'll get the message." Daniel Hall: "Any potential buyer of our club would already know EXACTLY why we are marching about Ashley's dictatorship. There are a million reasons to buy our magnificent club and I hardly think that thousands of ultra passionate fans being regularly and publicly humiliated to the point they NEED to protest would put any potential buyer off."

Pat Chy: "What people also forget is that due to the club being privately owned we no longer have any debt. If there is a new owner we have no idea who it will be and what he/she will do. The new owner could well be worse. But taking into account the greed and poor running which we currently have then it is a risk worth taking."

Radgie Charver: "Supporters should support the team and forget what goes on behind the scenes as they have no control over what happens no matter what they do. All this negativity would deter any potential purchasers of the club. Even if the impossible did happen and Ashley walked, the next owner is going to try and make money out of the club. Something supporters need to get there head around unless they can get together and buy Ashley out."

TOP COMMENT Mark McGregor: "I can't believe a man in charge of one of the best supported clubs in the world refuses to do an interview with the media. Absolute joke."
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Sep 9, 2013
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