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Newcastle v Wolves Boycott called off but still thousands of unsold seats

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No official Newcastle v Wolves boycott but poor ticket sales still show thousands of empty seats.

Thursday (yesterday) saw the Newcastle v Wolves boycott called off by The Magpie Group.



The press release stating: ‘Our decision is also intended to preclude Keith Bishop Associates from laying the blame at the door of supporters if a sale does not come to pass.’ Regardless of the Newcastle v Wolves boycott being called off, this will be yet another home match where it won’t be sold out, none of the eight games so far have been full.



Friday morning sees the official Newcastle United ticketing site showing over two thousand ticket still unsold.

If Newcastle United Football Club is subjected to similar circumstances to Rangers Football Club, then The Magpie Group and the London Magpie Group will be left with no choice but to continue targeting Mike Ashley, his retail interests, and his known associates.

Despite the recent excellent form (NUFC fifth best recent form in Premier League over last six games), Newcastle fans are still unhappy with the deep (or not so deep!)

Alongside this, we will be suspending all protest activity at Newcastle United games until after the closure of the January transfer window.
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