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Mike Ashley determined to have his day in court with the Newcastle United owners


The Mag, 27/5/24

However, despite the initial victory, the litigation does not end there. Mike Ashley is still pushing ahead with a court case to try and stop the exclusivity at some point in the future if things go his way, with the possibility of damages paid to him / them (Sports Direct) of Newcastle United lost. As part of that injunction case, Sports Direct lawyer Tony Singla claimed Newcastle fans “alleged dislike” of Mike Ashley was “massively overstated.”