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Posted 9th Dec 2019Edited by:"soled73"

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Oh how Ashley has brought the Entertainers down. Anyway this is a GREAT deal.


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Applications will open from 10am on Tuesday 10th December 2019 and the eligible current season ticket holders are strongly advised to apply via book.nufc.co.uk.

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Newcastle United is offering its current season ticket holders a FREE additional half-season ticket as the club looks to get a packed St. James’ Park behind the team.

After discussions between head coach Steve Bruce and managing director Lee Charnley, subject to eligibility criteria, the Magpies will gift a half-season ticket to qualifying nominees by existing season ticket holders on a first-come first-served basis.

A half-season ticket includes ten home Premier League fixtures, beginning with the visit of Everton on Saturday 28th December and including matches against Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool.

Steve Bruce said: "The supporters have been nothing short of magnificent since I arrived in the summer and I’d like to take this opportunity to say thank you to each and every one of them.

"I hope a gesture like this will help us to fill the place because St. James’ Park in full voice is a force to be reckoned with."

Steve Bruce

"To have the crowds we have is wonderful, and we can’t ever take that for granted, but the question to all of us at the club is can we pack the stadium to the rafters?

"It starts with results on the pitch, but I hope a gesture like this will help us to fill the place because St. James’ Park in full voice is a force to be reckoned with.

"It really does give the players an edge and when they work hard and play well, the atmosphere is like nowhere else."

Lee Charnley said: "Steve and I spoke after Sunday’s win against Southampton about what we could do to bring as many people as possible into the stadium.

"As Steve and the players will testify, a full St. James’ Park does make a big difference and we want to support them in achieving that.

"While of course we want to encourage fans to come back and also to attract new fans, at this time we wanted to do something specifically for our existing season ticket holders to reward them for their loyalty and support of Steve and the players.

"I would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has been to matches so far this season.

"The support Steve, the staff and the players have had has been fantastic and it has helped to produce some very encouraging results on the pitch. We want to move forward together and I hope this gesture is another step towards achieving that."
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MA under pressure to make ground look full for TV. Won’t be back until he’s sold up and then I’ll gladly pay full price.
This is what is being reported.

Boycott forces Mike Ashley to give away 10,000 FREE @NUFC season tickets to protect ‘credibility’ of Sports Direct advertising and save his own embarrassment at driving thousands of #NUFC fans away from SJP.
Edited by: "diddly08" 9th Dec 2019
Remember the mid 90s when Keegan was manager and we played amazing football... that was a time to support nufc.... I gave up my season ticket back in 2012 as a result of the ongoing game of having a team, then selling it all off and starting from the bottom again... nobody cares for the club now, its just a giant business transaction straight into MA’s bank account...
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Applications will open from 10am on Tuesday 10th December 2019 and the eligible current season ticket holders are strongly advised to apply via book.nufc.co.uk.


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Edited by: "soled73" 9th Dec 2019
Just hope your seat isn't next to him.

He will be sitting on you....

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Gollywood09/12/2019 20:22

Just hope your seat isn't next to him. He will be sitting on you....[Image]



How did you get a picture of my mate?
YOU ARE MY BORO!
MA under pressure to make ground look full for TV. Won’t be back until he’s sold up and then I’ll gladly pay full price.
This is what is being reported.

Boycott forces Mike Ashley to give away 10,000 FREE @NUFC season tickets to protect ‘credibility’ of Sports Direct advertising and save his own embarrassment at driving thousands of #NUFC fans away from SJP.
Edited by: "diddly08" 9th Dec 2019
NUFC.COMview...

24 hours after posting their lowest home league crowd for nine years, Monday saw Newcastle announce that they are giving away an unspecified number of half-season tickets instead of placing them on sale.

The offer applies to current season ticket holders who can apply for an additional seat from 10am on Tuesday, preferably online - no personal applications.

The existing season ticket can't be moved, meaning that the addition one may well be in another area depending on your location. There's no away ticket benefit for half-season tickets.


Ten home PL games are covered by the offer beginning with the visit of Everton on December 28th - which explains why tickets for that and the visit of Leicester City on New Years Day haven't yet gone on sale despite the narrowing window.

Assuming that all available tickets are taken up (we estimate up to 10,000 will be up for grabs), around 2,500 individual match tickets will still be available for each game in addition to the usual away allocation. If a reduced away allocation was given, then extra home tickets would become available for that particular game.

Although there are quotes from Lee Charnley and Steve Bruce contained in the announcement, it's clear that the owner's fingerprints are all over this.

No amount of sexy camera angles or amplified audio can mask the empty grey seats and downturn in atmosphere at SJP - something that won't have escaped the attention of the Premier League TV rights holders.

Those seats clearly need to be filled at any price (or none at all), along with those under-used stadium catering outlets. This is the ultimate loss leader from the discount king and an unbelievably short term attempt to paper over the cracks.

A similar offer in October 2011 by United saw vacant seats offered as half season tickets to existing season ticket holders at half price, but the situation wasn't quite as acute then as it is eight years on.

Many of those season ticket holders who now have the carrot of an additional ticket remain in the dark though as to just what their own seat will cost them from next season, as long-running fixed term deals expire.

We thought that it would be difficult to devalue our "product" any more, but we were wrong. This is an admission that the stayaway tendency are having a discernible effect on thinking at Barrack Road.

This sweetener will delight those who are unable to attend due to financial issues, rather than taking a principled stance against the current owner.

Those who have already quit meanwhile may be torn between asking current season ticket holders to boycott these freebies - or encouraging them to snap them up and then leave them empty for those ten games.

The net effect of that latter strategy would be for the official attendance to be 52,000+ but those acres of grey seats to still be in evidence, and punters prepared to pay ££ for a one-off match ticket being turned away.

Whatever way you look at it, this is embarrassing.
Arto09/12/2019 20:31

YOU ARE MY BORO!


So when you said 'You got no fans' (now deleted )....wasn't the irony lost on you as a Boro fan? The most consistently empty stadium in England over the last 15-20 years...
Edited by: "Gollywood" 9th Dec 2019
Haven't they suffered enough?
soled7309/12/2019 20:35

NUFC.COM view...24 hours after posting their lowest home league crowd for …NUFC.COM view...24 hours after posting their lowest home league crowd for nine years, Monday saw Newcastle announce that they are giving away an unspecified number of half-season tickets instead of placing them on sale. The offer applies to current season ticket holders who can apply for an additional seat from 10am on Tuesday, preferably online - no personal applications. The existing season ticket can't be moved, meaning that the addition one may well be in another area depending on your location. There's no away ticket benefit for half-season tickets.Full details available hereTen home PL games are covered by the offer beginning with the visit of Everton on December 28th - which explains why tickets for that and the visit of Leicester City on New Years Day haven't yet gone on sale despite the narrowing window. Assuming that all available tickets are taken up (we estimate up to 10,000 will be up for grabs), around 2,500 individual match tickets will still be available for each game in addition to the usual away allocation. If a reduced away allocation was given, then extra home tickets would become available for that particular game. Although there are quotes from Lee Charnley and Steve Bruce contained in the announcement, it's clear that the owner's fingerprints are all over this. No amount of sexy camera angles or amplified audio can mask the empty grey seats and downturn in atmosphere at SJP - something that won't have escaped the attention of the Premier League TV rights holders. Those seats clearly need to be filled at any price (or none at all), along with those under-used stadium catering outlets. This is the ultimate loss leader from the discount king and an unbelievably short term attempt to paper over the cracks. A similar offer in October 2011 by United saw vacant seats offered as half season tickets to existing season ticket holders at half price, but the situation wasn't quite as acute then as it is eight years on. Many of those season ticket holders who now have the carrot of an additional ticket remain in the dark though as to just what their own seat will cost them from next season, as long-running fixed term deals expire.We thought that it would be difficult to devalue our "product" any more, but we were wrong. This is an admission that the stayaway tendency are having a discernible effect on thinking at Barrack Road. This sweetener will delight those who are unable to attend due to financial issues, rather than taking a principled stance against the current owner. Those who have already quit meanwhile may be torn between asking current season ticket holders to boycott these freebies - or encouraging them to snap them up and then leave them empty for those ten games. The net effect of that latter strategy would be for the official attendance to be 52,000+ but those acres of grey seats to still be in evidence, and punters prepared to pay ££ for a one-off match ticket being turned away. Whatever way you look at it, this is embarrassing.

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What, no giant sports direct mug for free either?
Gollywood09/12/2019 20:40

So when you said 'You got no fans' (now deleted )....wasn't the irony …So when you said 'You got no fans' (now deleted )....wasn't the irony lost on you as a Boro fan? The most consistently empty stadium in England over the last 15-20 years...


The Riverside...aka The Moon. No atmosphere.
soled7309/12/2019 20:35

NUFC.COM view...24 hours after posting their lowest home league crowd for …NUFC.COM view...24 hours after posting their lowest home league crowd for nine years, Monday saw Newcastle announce that they are giving away an unspecified number of half-season tickets instead of placing them on sale. The offer applies to current season ticket holders who can apply for an additional seat from 10am on Tuesday, preferably online - no personal applications. The existing season ticket can't be moved, meaning that the addition one may well be in another area depending on your location. There's no away ticket benefit for half-season tickets.Full details available hereTen home PL games are covered by the offer beginning with the visit of Everton on December 28th - which explains why tickets for that and the visit of Leicester City on New Years Day haven't yet gone on sale despite the narrowing window. Assuming that all available tickets are taken up (we estimate up to 10,000 will be up for grabs), around 2,500 individual match tickets will still be available for each game in addition to the usual away allocation. If a reduced away allocation was given, then extra home tickets would become available for that particular game. Although there are quotes from Lee Charnley and Steve Bruce contained in the announcement, it's clear that the owner's fingerprints are all over this. No amount of sexy camera angles or amplified audio can mask the empty grey seats and downturn in atmosphere at SJP - something that won't have escaped the attention of the Premier League TV rights holders. Those seats clearly need to be filled at any price (or none at all), along with those under-used stadium catering outlets. This is the ultimate loss leader from the discount king and an unbelievably short term attempt to paper over the cracks. A similar offer in October 2011 by United saw vacant seats offered as half season tickets to existing season ticket holders at half price, but the situation wasn't quite as acute then as it is eight years on. Many of those season ticket holders who now have the carrot of an additional ticket remain in the dark though as to just what their own seat will cost them from next season, as long-running fixed term deals expire.We thought that it would be difficult to devalue our "product" any more, but we were wrong. This is an admission that the stayaway tendency are having a discernible effect on thinking at Barrack Road. This sweetener will delight those who are unable to attend due to financial issues, rather than taking a principled stance against the current owner. Those who have already quit meanwhile may be torn between asking current season ticket holders to boycott these freebies - or encouraging them to snap them up and then leave them empty for those ten games. The net effect of that latter strategy would be for the official attendance to be 52,000+ but those acres of grey seats to still be in evidence, and punters prepared to pay ££ for a one-off match ticket being turned away. Whatever way you look at it, this is embarrassing.


"24 hours after posting their lowest home league crowd for nine years"

But still the biggest crowd of the day!
Remember the mid 90s when Keegan was manager and we played amazing football... that was a time to support nufc.... I gave up my season ticket back in 2012 as a result of the ongoing game of having a team, then selling it all off and starting from the bottom again... nobody cares for the club now, its just a giant business transaction straight into MA’s bank account...
soled7309/12/2019 20:25

How did you get a picture of my mate?


Think you spelt mom wrong
You would have to pay me to watch a Steve Bruce team.
DMcG187309/12/2019 21:24

You would have to pay me to watch a Steve Bruce team.


Dinosaur of a manager there’s quite a few let them go they’ve had there time bring in the new blood new era
Cold #ashleyout
daz4009/12/2019 21:21

Think you spelt mom wrong


Think you spelt mam wrong (mum, if you're not from the North East) - unless you're American.
monkeyhanger7509/12/2019 21:38

Think you spelt mam wrong (mum, if you're not from the North East) - …Think you spelt mam wrong (mum, if you're not from the North East) - unless you're American.


Hartlepool monkey hangers can’t talk
According to local folklore, the term originates from an incident in which a monkey was hanged in Hartlepool, England. During the Napoleonic Wars, a French ship of the type chasse marée was wrecked in a storm off the coast of Hartlepool. The only survivor from the ship was a monkey, allegedly dressed in a French army uniform to provide amusement for the crew. On finding the monkey on the beach, some locals decided to hold an impromptu trial; since the monkey was unable to answer their questions and because they had seen neither a monkey nor a Frenchman before, they concluded that the monkey must be a French spy.[2] Being found guilty, the animal was duly sentenced to death and was summarily hanged on the beach.
Bruce out.
Ashley out.
Why is that? Who In the UK calls their mother "mom"?

I was an NUFC season ticket holder for 10 years.
monkeyhanger7509/12/2019 21:49

Why is that? Who In the UK calls their mother "mom"? I was an NUFC season …Why is that? Who In the UK calls their mother "mom"? I was an NUFC season ticket holder for 10 years.


It’s Mam full stop
Lowest attendance in years on Sunday. Keep it up and downvote this post!
monkeyhanger7509/12/2019 21:49

I was an NUFC season ticket holder for 10 years.


That sounds a harsh punishment, what crime did you commit?
does the half season ticket have to be to watch Newcastle??
Bedrocks09/12/2019 23:09

does the half season ticket have to be to watch Newcastle??


I wouldn’t go if you paid me
The FCB wouldn’t give Rafa a penny, signs Joelinton for £40 million without any manager input and I think the ball has hit off him once for a goal.

Debenhams causing him to lose £150 million is the best thing to hit Newcastle since Shearer.
Jameseh09/12/2019 23:31

The FCB wouldn’t give Rafa a penny, signs Joelinton for £40 million wi …The FCB wouldn’t give Rafa a penny, signs Joelinton for £40 million without any manager input and I think the ball has hit off him once for a goal.Debenhams causing him to lose £150 million is the best thing to hit Newcastle since Shearer.


The best thing to happen the Newcastle was Steve McLaren
You either love Newcastle or you don’t and you’re a mug for boycotting games if you’ve paid for a ticket. The whole industry is a joke not just Ashley.
Stay strong and boycott. The current up turn is only a blip. MA is making a mockery of your great club.
Jameseh09/12/2019 23:31

The FCB wouldn’t give Rafa a penny, signs Joelinton for £40 million wi …The FCB wouldn’t give Rafa a penny, signs Joelinton for £40 million without any manager input and I think the ball has hit off him once for a goal.Debenhams causing him to lose £150 million is the best thing to hit Newcastle since Shearer.


Not to mention Almiron, who couldn’t hit a cow’s arse with a banjo.
Gollywood09/12/2019 20:22

Just hope your seat isn't next to him. He will be sitting on you....[Image]


That's one of the better looking birds from Newcastle....
dadazza10/12/2019 13:42

That's one of the better looking birds from Newcastle....


Won't set foot in the place until Ashley leaves, free ticket or not and I was once a ST holder. Still watch the games on TV but until Ashley realises that he is the problem for a decade of underachievement then hopefully the crowds will continue to fall.
DMcG187310/12/2019 09:35

Not to mention Almiron, who couldn’t hit a cow’s arse with a banjo.


He's the kid from the inbetweeners film..."Manchester".
In the interests of balance, Newcastle have been punching well above their weight for years and more realistically should be in a lower division.

When Mike Ashley took over Newcastle in 2007, the club was insolvent to the tune of £16m and no one else wanted to buy it. Newcastle really should have been relegated, yet Ashley has poured in multi-millions of his own cash since then - yet all he gets is constant abuse by Newcastle fans (who incidentally aren't prepared to colllectively risk putting any of their own money into the club)

Everyone wants nice, shiny things (like better players), so long as some other mug is paying for them
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