ASHLEY OUT – Free Advertising offer!

by • April 8, 2015 • NewsComments (6)793

The Ashley Out campaign is completely and totally independent of this fanzine. However itashley2 is one supported 100% by true faith.

We will do our bit in every way we possibly can to help rid our club of Ashley’s malign influence upon it. This might be the last shot many of us give it before we don’t just give it all up and find something less utterly dis-spiriting to do with our time.

We might not succeed but frankly with thousands of lifelong fans chucking season tickets the club is already dying a slow lingering death.

I’ll not repeat the arguments in opposition to Ashley – they are many and have have been repeated often enough.

One of the ways we hope to support the Ashley Out campaign is financially. We’ll be making our own donations that hope to pay for materials – banners, leaflets and whatever the organisers need.

The bigger the donation, all the better.

Obviously some donors will want to remain anonymous and fair play to them.AdvertTF

However, for any business that makes a donation to the Ashley Out campaign, please get in touch and we will happily make the offer of FREE advertising within the digital fanzine, The Special newsletter, Video-blogs, Podcasts and of course on this website.

Just drop us a line on editor@true-faith.co.uk

Thank you.

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6 Responses to ASHLEY OUT – Free Advertising offer!

  1. Pat Hughes says:

    Well done tf – good thinking and good supporting

  2. Allan says:

    Good on ya lads

  3. Andrew Thompson says:

    Nice one. If the likes of TF, NUFC.com, Internet forums and the local media can all unite and finally stand up to the fat parasite maybe some of the supporters will be woken from their slumbers and realise we are witnessing the death of our once proud club. Boycott the Spurs game. Surely doing something about this is better than doing nothing!

  4. Peter Shearer says:

    At last we have reason to be cheerful.A degree of pride is returning. Onwards and upwards!

  5. eazy71 says:

    I’ve thought about this a LOT.

    We all know that all this “man” cares about is money and Sports Direct. We all know that the only thing that keeps him at NUFC is the cash he is raking in – largely as a result of the TV deal, which in turn allows him to use SJP as an avenue to enormous amounts of free publicity for Sports Direct through live TV exposure…sickening I know.

    So, how about we turn the tools of his trade against him? Far from a boycott, lets encourage attendance but use live TV as an opportunity to publicise the appalling business practices of Sports Direct e.g. the disgraceful use of poverty line wages and zero hour contracts. Imagine, a home game against Man Utd, beamed around the world with 50,000 people holding up banners, wearing shirts and singing songs all exposing Sports Direct’s unethical (but admittedly legal) business practices to the world….we then encourage a boycott, but a boycott of Sports Direct. Now that would him where it really hurts….

    I think it is the only realistic way of

  6. Boomtown says:

    Sports Direct is a international brand. I agree that anti SD banners may be beneficial on a match day, but a boycott would be of SD limited value. Newcastle fans would be a tiny subset of his customer base