A Thought
By Brian Hall
Thursday 06 Feb 2014 14:45:00
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After some thought, which is always dangerous, as We Know What Thought did, the only way to force Michael Ashley out of Newcastle is to use all various, but peaceful , means available to make his company, Sports Direct, TOXIC.

Obviously, there are many, many ways of setting this in motion. Whether via revelations of his financial dealings - in passing, via a football club toy he owns - all the way to the overall operations of Sports Direct itself. For sure, a bunch of football fans cannot change the greedy, uncaring behaviour of unleashed capitalist Companies across the globe. BUT.....they can at least make one particular Company a rather toxic Brand. If Michael Ashley feels that nasty smell and Toxicity is beginning to trickle into his relatively small Empire - in global business terms, that is - he will soon block off the source of its origin. In our case, Newcastle United football club. A few quid out of the football world is well worth having, for such a Company. But not worth it, if the Sports Direct Castle, in this situation, shows signs of being damaged.



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