Following consecutive victories for the first time this season, winning their last two matches against West Ham and Bournemouth, that still hasn’t excused the controversial Newcastle United ownership – with many supporters continuing the boycott.
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The Magpies have long possessed one of the most loyal fanbases in the Premier League, with swathes of supporters filling out St. James’ Park every week through their top-flight history, but Mike Ashley’s controversial continued ownership has motivated supporters to stop going in protest.
DeAndre Yedlin and Ciaran Clark grabbed the goals as Newcastle came back from 1-0 down to seal victory at the weekend, with Allan Saint-Maximin proving to be the star of the show with his attacking prowess, but for many die-hard fans, that still doesn’t excuse what’s happening off the pitch.
The Chronicle’s Mark Douglas issued an update on the situation yesterday, with many supporters encouraging fellow Magpies to keep the boycott going, here’s what they had to say.
Clubs a shambles.
— Roy Brown Jnr. (@RoyBrownJnr1) November 11, 2019
Not coming back until the FCB has left. Saved enough for 2 holidays so far we only in November! Not putting money into his pocket any more!
— TMW (@TilehurstsOwn) November 11, 2019
That’s like an empty ground every 9 games. It’s good, but it could be better. #BoycottSJP
— vic bates (@victorbates) November 11, 2019
Good. Keep at it #nufc fans
— Jacque Talbot (@jac_talbot) November 11, 2019
Needs to be more
— Kriss⚫️⚪️ (@KrissNufc12) November 11, 2019
Way more than this are staying away.
Clearly less than 40,000 there on Saturday, despite what “The Club” might say.
I reckon between 35,000 and 40,000 there v Bournemouth.
— The Geordie Boot Boy (@BootGeordie) November 11, 2019
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