Plenty of Newcastle United fans have flocked to a tweet from Mark Douglas after he shared news of the decision that Norwich City have taken on their matchday tickets.
As per their official Twitter page, the Canaries have made the decision to begin the rebate process for supporters who have committed to a matchday ticket or experience, or who have a seasonal product, for their remaining games in the 2019/20 season.
This comes as the Tyneside club were revealed to be taking supporters’ money for season tickets for the next campaign, despite the uncertainty surrounding the takeover situation and who is going to be in charge at St. James’ Park. This caused a massive uproar with members of the Toon faithful, as was discussed on Pod On The Tyne.
Many Magpies fans will hope that the club follow in the footsteps of the likes of Norwich but, with the prospective takeover looming large, it seems as if they have other things on their mind.
Will you be buying a season ticket for next term just yet?
These Newcastle supporters flocked to the tweet to give their reactions:
Ashley waiting for the Saudis to do the right thing
— Brian Huddart (@Doomlordster) May 11, 2020
They won’t answer. Essentially they are committing a crime by taking money for a product they shouldn’t be selling because that product doesn’t exist yet.
— Mouth of the Tyne 🗣️📢 (@ToonMouthTyne) May 11, 2020
Im guessing “No comment”
— snefaru (@ulrik_g) May 11, 2020
Surely Nope from Mike Ashley
— Ginkoh_NUFC (@Ginkohro) May 11, 2020
Money already in Mike’s pocket. First big win for the new owners though? Easy way to get people on side?
— CC (@JamesHunt07) May 11, 2020
you may as well talk to a brick wall. Ashley has washed his hands with the club.
— 🇬🇧 Joe #NUFC 🇸🇦 (@Joe1989NUFC) May 11, 2020
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