Leave Us Alone Will You?

December 09 08:34 2007 Print This Article

Today there are some ridiculous media report about Mike Ashley going to sell again. This is not about his Umbro shares, who happens to have cost him millions with no chance of an immediate return after the England team failed to qualify for Euro 2008.

The latest nonsense is about Singaporean business consortium who is interested in buying Newcastle for £200m from current owner Mike Ashley. Well, this is for the third times cheap speculations like this being reported by stupid press.

I have not seen any solid reasons why Mike should sell this club again. Although he is also doing business for life, but to have a football club is different. I can see Mike has developed good relationships with the Toon Army. He loves to be involved in every Toon games while he can.

He loves to wear his United’s top when coming to see the match and recently joining the Toon Army in visitors end at the macKems and Blackburn away match. He also having a good drinks of beer and chat with the Geordies faithful after the match.The other rumour is about EMO going to Manchester City. It was yesterday’s speculation while today they have reported the different news about what they have written about.

Now they say that Vity manager will follow the Arsenal’s policy to only signing young players, and see Michael Owen was too old to be part of Thaksin “Where Did You Get All The Money From” Shinawatra revolution at Manchester City.

And for the very latest one. Shola Ameobi now being a target by the Smoggies to signed for them in January. Middlesbrough directors have pledged to back Gareth Southgate in the January transfer window despite the club starting today’s game against Arsenal in the bottom three.

Well, let’s see about Sho and in my opinion he can go if the fee is right and Southgate not getting sacked tomorrow.

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