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08 Apr 2018 17:33:14
Anyone think Ashley will come back and try take over possibly bringing manager? Obv when Newcastle deal is done.

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08 Apr 2018 18:48:28
LT36, apparently the sale of Newcastle may be back on. I bet Ashley would love to get his hands on our team but would our supporters be in favour of it?

08 Apr 2018 19:19:43
Not entirely sure I’d feel although if he was bringing ready cash and willing to spend it then does he deserve a chance? Mabey whatever happens I can’t see murty attracting many big names so a reasonably profiled manager is needed before the cash injection

08 Apr 2018 21:42:33
No and No and No!

08 Apr 2018 22:33:07
It's not always managers that attract players to clubs. It may help but £££s and using the old firm as a stepping stone to the English leagues is what they really come for.

08 Apr 2018 23:33:17
Its been well documented that the Newcastle fans are not in favour of Ashley, i'm mot entirely sure why that is but i do know he did part with some serious cash. My question is does he see Rangers as a better advertisement than Newcastle? Would he invest heavily in Rangers? Would Rangers be more stable?

08 Apr 2018 23:37:04
Here we go again with Ashley thing no we don’t want him back he is hated by a lot of Ibrox supporters nd will never be excepted so give it a rest . and reading about the stuff that went on with green and white years gone by he was behind so no we don’t want him near Ibrox

09 Apr 2018 00:05:42
We have a very short memory. Ashley tried to asset strip Rangers when we were at our most vulnerable and we will let him back in. Not for me

09 Apr 2018 10:59:48
Just to clear one thing up Goalie he has not parted with serious cash on Newcastle. Their net spend on players since he's been there is about £4m a season roughly and that's before you start adding the ludicrous tv money. Any other money spent is owed back to Ashley or SD.

Fortunately for us it wouldn't make sense him giving up a massive cash cow to invest/ blow tens of millions chasing a Champions League dream that is fading further for Scottish clubs every year. Celtic have been run prudently and have had CL money for years yet they can't compete with smaller English clubs financially. Do the math

09 Apr 2018 15:40:04
FFP would kick in re investment

09 Apr 2018 16:47:13
Bigmarv. Ashley didn't invest much this season, however he spent 40 million last season. I wouldn't say no if he were to invest that sum of money on Rangers. The reason he didn't invest is he has been trying to sell Newcastle for a while now. A billionaire investing in Rangers, sounds good to me.

{Ed001's Note - he never spent 40m. They made a profit in the transfer market last season.}

09 Apr 2018 17:07:15
Ed your absolutely right Newcastle made 40 mill by selling players, however he invested the same amount, not sure if it was the same season though.

{Ed001's Note - when? The only money he has ever spent was buying the club, other than that he has only taken out money in salary and fees. That is even without taking into consideration the tens of millions of pounds in free advertising he gets for his jumble sales and that is lost to Newcastle by having to run free ads for those jumble sale shops.}

09 Apr 2018 17:17:45
Goalie I think you really need to speak to speak to a proper Newcastle fan as to how much he's made from them and why they despise him so much. As Jboy17 points out FFP wouldn't allow massive outlays with no potential return anyway. He would not, could not, and will not invest the amounts your hoping for. Investment is required, but we must live within our means sustainably. Not to mention what he was doing to our club the last time he was involved. Please forget about billionaire sugar daddies!

09 Apr 2018 17:33:07
If that's the case Ed then no wonder the Newcastle fans have had enough.







 

 

 
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