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ToonArmy1892 Offline

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Organised boycott of a game

Is it the way to go next?

Needless to say, it's a yes from me.
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17th September 2018 03:49 PM
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RE: Organised boycott of a game

..and me

iv already twattered it to the magpie group that the leicester match would be a good one to boycott, i know when the matchday comes i will want to go but needs must
17th September 2018 04:05 PM
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Yup
17th September 2018 04:09 PM
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ToonArmy1892 Offline

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RE: Organised boycott of a game

People are saying it needs to be a televised game, but we haven't got one coming up, just go for the Leicester game i think.

I'd like to see it for every game but ye kna.
17th September 2018 04:19 PM
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I don't like the way that the current protesters are getting abuse for 'shouting at a shop'

But I do feel the only real and effective form of protest is a boycott

I guarantee......fucking Guarantee he will react in someway
17th September 2018 04:45 PM
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ToonArmy1892 Offline

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Wrong thread.
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Venegoor Offline

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RE: Organised boycott of a game

Of course, by going in after 15 minutes means you miss our first 5 goals.
17th September 2018 05:29 PM
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RE: Organised boycott of a game

(17th September 2018 05:29 PM)Venegoor Wrote:  Of course, by going in after 15 minutes means you miss our first 5 goals.

I hadn't realised it was a boycott of every game this season… and next… and the year after that…
17th September 2018 07:12 PM
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TA you needed to set the vote to see peoples names who voted no (if anyone does), see who the scabs are Angry
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18th September 2018 07:31 AM
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(17th September 2018 07:12 PM)guff Wrote:  
(17th September 2018 05:29 PM)Venegoor Wrote:  Of course, by going in after 15 minutes means you miss our first 5 goals.

I hadn't realised it was a boycott of every game this season… and next… and the year after that…

It’s a fluid situation.
18th September 2018 08:18 AM
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ToonArmy1892 Offline

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RE: Organised boycott of a game

ST holders receiving a "thank you for you're support" boxset with pinbadges and a pen, can anyone confirm?

Desperation on the clubs part if so.
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RE: Organised boycott of a game

That must be Corps if anyone.

We scruffs just got a very small envelope with ST inside a folded over bit of thin card with a picture on it.

A boycott is worth trying, however there is one guaranteed, surefire way to make him act & that’s to take it to the heart of his organisation.

Barricade entrances to his distribution warehouse.

Disrupt his websites, I’m sure savvy hackers will know how.

Try and get a run on the share price of SD.

Do it all in the name of NUFC fans, have a fancy Napster type logo when his websites are hacked and such like.

His SD empire is all he gives a flying fuck about.

An empty St James’ would just be an irritation to him, but of no real significance to him.
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(27th September 2018 12:21 PM)ToonArmy1892 Wrote:  ST holders receiving a "thank you for you're support" boxset with pinbadges and a pen, can anyone confirm?

Desperation on the clubs part if so.

Update on this, just received an email from club, “Your membership pack is on its way” - so thanks for spoiling the surprise Wink
27th September 2018 02:38 PM
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ToonArmy1892 Offline

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HAHAAHA, desperation.

Keep up the protests folks.
27th September 2018 02:55 PM
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Venegoor Offline

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(27th September 2018 12:21 PM)ToonArmy1892 Wrote:  ST holders receiving a "thank you for you're support" boxset with pinbadges and a pen, can anyone confirm?

Desperation on the clubs part if so.

Got mine today, a handsome set of 4 badges and a pen, hand crafted by the finest Khazak silversmiths. 1 for memento for every 10 years of support, or 1 memento for every 20% of a major trophy.

*wipes tear from eye*

(27th September 2018 02:38 PM)LeazesLoyal Wrote:  
(27th September 2018 12:21 PM)ToonArmy1892 Wrote:  ST holders receiving a "thank you for you're support" boxset with pinbadges and a pen, can anyone confirm?

Desperation on the clubs part if so.

Update on this, just received an email from club, “Your membership pack is on its way” - so thanks for spoiling the surprise Wink

An e.mail! You jammy bastard, you must be really well in with them.
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27th September 2018 03:41 PM
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Venegoor Offline

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They'll be a sensation on Antiques Roadshow in 150 years time.
27th September 2018 04:18 PM
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Organised boycott of a game

Use the pens to write "Ashley out!" all over the stadium.
27th September 2018 07:24 PM
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ToonArmy1892 Offline

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RE: Organised boycott of a game

Wolves home is now Sunday 9 Dec 4pm, live on Sky.

There is the opportunity.
13th October 2018 01:20 AM
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WilloTheWimp Offline

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RE: Organised boycott of a game

was planning to go to this match like, was looking forward to seeing what makes wolves tick........Nunos been there less time than Benitez has been here and done a much better job so far and their wage bill is less than ours. Rolleyes, one defeat so far
13th October 2018 02:41 PM
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ToonArmy1892 Offline

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Perfect opportunity for it like, also not against a "top" team like Spurs was.
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RE: Organised boycott of a game

(13th October 2018 02:41 PM)WilloTheWimp Wrote:  was planning to go to this match like, was looking forward to seeing what makes wolves tick........Nunos been there less time than Benitez has been here and done a much better job so far and their wage bill is less than ours. Rolleyes, one defeat so far

The difference is, Wolves invested heavily in the team in the summer. We didn't.
14th October 2018 12:12 PM
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ToonArmy1892 Offline

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The Magpie Group need to announce it ASAP like as there will already be people making plans to go to the game, and the more time goes on without it being announced the less people will boycott.
14th October 2018 12:34 PM
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RE: Organised boycott of a game

(14th October 2018 12:12 PM)Texasmag Wrote:  
(13th October 2018 02:41 PM)WilloTheWimp Wrote:  was planning to go to this match like, was looking forward to seeing what makes wolves tick........Nunos been there less time than Benitez has been here and done a much better job so far and their wage bill is less than ours. Rolleyes, one defeat so far

The difference is, Wolves invested heavily in the team in the summer. We didn't.

benitez has spent around £120m since he came here, nunos spent £70m and managed to gel them very quickly into a good side that have only lost once in the first 8 games and are seventh in the league Rolleyes

gayle 12m
ritchie 12m
j murphy 11m
muto 10m
lejeune 10m
atsu 6m
merino 10m
sels 6m
hanley 6m
clark 6m
yedlin 5m
joselu 5m
diame 5m
manquillo 5m
dubravka 4m
scharr 4m
d murphy 3m
hayden 2m
lazaar 2m
rondon 2m loan
14th October 2018 12:47 PM
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Not even a thank you from the club, just thank you from sports direct.....
14th October 2018 01:19 PM
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Please stop attending.

Pretty fucking please.
20th October 2018 03:59 PM
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please dont go to the watford and bournemouth matches after todays shower of shite...............no pressure like,
20th October 2018 10:11 PM
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Ashley being there and next to no chants against him is fucking disgraceful mind, i cannot believe our crowd at times (well i can) but i was brought up on the Geordie public not putting up with people coming in and messing about with something that is theirs etc, i'm not seeing it now.

I'm seeing a bunch of apathetic sheep accepting their fate with absolutley zero fight against the fat cunt that is DESTROYING not only the club but the whole vibe of the city of Newcastle aswell.
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(20th October 2018 11:34 PM)ToonArmy1892 Wrote:  Ashley being there and next to no chants against him is fucking disgraceful mind, i cannot believe our crowd at times (well i can) but i was brought up on the Geordie public not putting up with people coming in and messing about with something that is theirs etc, i'm not seeing it now.

I'm seeing a bunch of apathetic sheep accepting their fate with absolutley zero fight against the fat cunt that is DESTROYING not only the club but the whole vibe of the city of Newcastle aswell.

Not that many games ago that you where part of those 'sheep' (always a sign of an argument or viewpoint lost), it must be marvellous to be so virtuous so quickly.
21st October 2018 12:18 AM
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(21st October 2018 12:18 AM)Venegoor Wrote:  
(20th October 2018 11:34 PM)ToonArmy1892 Wrote:  Ashley being there and next to no chants against him is fucking disgraceful mind, i cannot believe our crowd at times (well i can) but i was brought up on the Geordie public not putting up with people coming in and messing about with something that is theirs etc, i'm not seeing it now.

I'm seeing a bunch of apathetic sheep accepting their fate with absolutley zero fight against the fat cunt that is DESTROYING not only the club but the whole vibe of the city of Newcastle aswell.

Not that many games ago that you where part of those 'sheep' (always a sign of an argument or viewpoint lost), it must be marvellous to be so virtuous so quickly.

Yes i was, but i at least protested in the ground even if i was on my own, i wouldn't just sit on my hands and accept what was going on.

The fat cunt was there today again, after sticking two fingers up at the people of Newcastle, and there were next to no chants against him, it is fucking sickening.

Maybe you were chanting againts him, and fair play if you were, though i have a feeling you weren't.
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