Boycotting will make little difference (if any) because of TV money. I personally won't be going not so much as a protest, but more in the fact that I'm just tired of Newcastle under Ashley, and I'm not willing to spend all that money on tickets, travel and invest all that time into it.saves = survival wrote: ↑Sun Jul 14, 2019 11:08 amIf that's how you view it, then so be it. That's how I feel about it. If you turn up you're condoning all of the actions of the last decade.
Keegan's wasteful return, Jonas' dismissal, Hughton's sacking, replacing him with a League 1 failure, no infrastructure investment, penny-pinching, stealing advertising space, losing a World Class manager not because of demands for himself but because of demands for the club's benefit, replacing him with a bottom half Championship manager.
What does it take for people not to go back?
This probably quite hyperbolic but it's akin to an abusive relationship. If you were being abused by your partner over and over again and it's clear to see that it's going on and nothing will change... would you go back to your abuser? You'd surely be idiotic to do so?
Perhaps the proposed boycott (for 1 game is not TOO difficult - f***ing hell - it's not too much to ask), could offer an alternative to help pry these scabby idiots away from this rotten business for 1 f***ing week.
Both sides are like a badge of honor. Boycott and you've got balls. Don't boycott and you're the loyalist football supporter the world has ever seen and yet... in my opinion, in this moment of need, the most loyal thing you can do for the good of the club is to not go.
But folk like you that go around telling people they're "scabs" for going to the game are everything I despise in football fans these days. Stop with the "holier than thou" bollocks. You're no better or loyal because of what you're doing. And name calling and abusing other people because they don't agree with you and want to go to the game makes you look like a first class cronut. Screw the nut you lunatic.