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Discussion in 'Newcastle United' started by Dorty Dogbreath, Mar 5, 2014.
you're already there
with your avatar you know its happening to you lot
They keep calling us on here, Rog, then post doom and gloom on the other threads.
Bit schizophrenic if you ask me...
THE GIFT THAT KEEPS ON GIVING NOW THATS A HOT FLUSH
Saudi Arabian PIF 'ready to turn to Inter instead of Newcastle
NEWCASTLE UNITED’S anti-competition claim against the Premier League will receive its first hearing next week – but the Italian media are reporting that Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF) is ready to call time on its attempts to buy the Magpies and instead focus on taking over at Inter Milan.
The Newcastle hierarchy are pursuing a claim against the Premier League under section 47a of the Competition act, accusing the governing body of breaching competition regulations when they conducted their owners and directors’ test into the proposed takeover of the Magpies in the first half of 2020.
The Premier League insist they adhered to all the relevant legislation and never formally rejected Amanda Staveley’s Saudi Arabia-backed takeover plan, but Newcastle owner Mike Ashley disputes that view.
In a statement issued last year, the Magpies board said: “Newcastle United can confirm that the Premier League has rejected a takeover bid made by PCP Capital Partners, the Reuben Brothers and the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia (PIF) based on its owners and directors’ test.
“This conclusion has ben reached despite the club providing the Premier League with overwhelming evidence and legal opinions that PIF is independent and autonomous of the Saudi Arabian government.”
Newcastle United biggest movers in betting to be relegated and bookies are not often wrong
NEWCASTLE UNITED have been the biggest movers in the bookmakers' market for teams to be relegated from the Premier League this season.
The Magpies' price to finish in the bottom three has tumbled over the course of the opening five games of the season.
Having started the campaign as 11-4 shots with BetVictor, Newcastle are now just 5-4 to be relegated this term.
They are the fourth most likely team to be relegated according to the odds, with only Watford, Burnley and Norwich City regarded as more likely to be heading to the Championship.
Norwich are the current favourites in the relegation market at 4-9.
Brighton have been the biggest movers in the other direction, with the Seagulls having been pushed out from 6-1 to 25-1 after a string of good results in the opening month of the season.
Steve says wie wus arnie this much away frum a win, wie just nied tu dust wesels off ann sturt agan
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Fourth most likely?? How crap do people think the other three teams are?
So we're staying up according to the bookies
One thing is for sure and that is that the bookies always win...
Not always, they had you lot as favourites at the start of the season
If the favourites lose, the bookies win even more, ya daft pudding...!
Not in your case, nobody would back the ultimate laughing stock club
a) you're clearly as thick as pig ****
b) we'll never be the ultimate unless you go bust
hope we get the skunks in the last 16 of the cabro cup oops wait a min they are knocked out already ..premier club dont you know
We played a premier league club
One of only two below you...
That still 2 leagues above you.
Jesus christ you're in league one. Embarrassing
so are those avatar tits but hey ho
Those tits are bigger than league one
only when Ben is feeding on them