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Thread: Ashley's sleepless nights.

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    Ashley's sleepless nights.

    I seriously wonder what it would take, or how far we would have to drop down the ladder for Fatso to have sleepless nights and begin to worry about our club, his investment.

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    The guys a billionaire I can't see sleepless nights coming any time soon for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geordie_Jacko View Post
    The guys a billionaire I can't see sleepless nights coming any time soon for him.
    He still hates, with a vengeance losing money on business ventures.

    The only time he chucks it away without a worry is when he's gambling and I wonder if he considers us as a gamble rather than a business investment.

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    If Greggs has to shutdown again, That is the only time he worries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ex_pat_magpie View Post
    He still hates, with a vengeance losing money on business ventures.

    The only time he chucks it away without a worry is when he's gambling and I wonder if he considers us as a gamble rather than a business investment.
    That is exactly how fatso sees us-a gamble. If anything, any annoyance he feels at losing money on us will be offset by the satisfaction I genuinely believe he gains from seeing how pissed off we are.

    At the end of the day, if he sells us for way less than he wants, he's still already robbed tens of millions of pounds from us over the years and will still have one point something billion pounds...the only difference is that the 'something' won't be quite as big.

    Sleepless nights is the least of the things I'd wish upon him.

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    i used to think the way he stood by his managers was admirable but i sharp realised hes just a greedy man.
    Has nothing to do with giving the utmost support for the man in the dugout, it was always about hoping they would walk rather than paying them off.

    History shows us, he always waits until its too late. he has almost a 100% record on this scenario apart from that 1 time we needed a result to stay up ( may have been against west ham ) and he still hasn't learned his lesson

    the sooner the fat chancer has gone, we get our club back

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    Well even that time with Carver he was lucky as we only just escaped.

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    I agree Zip.

    I think he takes delight in causing the fan base pain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippity View Post
    Well even that time with Carver he was lucky as we only just escaped.
    Wasn’t it very nearly mathematically impossible to be relegated when Carver took over, but he very nearly managed it?

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