#BoycottArsenal was a movement that surprised many non-Newcastle fans, yet for those who support the Magpies, it was a needed protest.
— The Chronicle (@ChronicleNUFC) September 4, 2019
The first two Premier League home games of the season have seen St. James Park hardly filled up, with The Chronicle reporting that the attendance last Saturday against Watford was the lowest since 2012.
The boycotting of home games from Newcastle fans is the latest attempt from supporters to drive Mike Ashley out of the club, and supporters on social media reacted that more protests are to occur in the future unless something is done.
Here is how some Newcastle supporters reacted on Twitter…
Hopefully even more people will walk away until Ashley is gone. Enough is enough. 12 years of hell.
— TMW (@TilehurstsOwn) September 4, 2019
I wonder why
— Lee (@eelleehar) September 4, 2019
Good !!!! The rest need to wake up too !!!!
— MORPETH MAG72 (@NEILTW) September 4, 2019
— Paul Curran (@Pauljaf75) September 4, 2019
7th highest gates in England hardly impressive at all. We used to be 2nd now that was impressive
— Dell (@agbnufc) September 4, 2019
Least we’re winning summit
— Toon (@solaidback69) September 4, 2019
Excellent! Please sir can i have some more pic.twitter.com/qwRfJVCI2c
— Dodds (@doddsy0486) September 4, 2019
There should be NO-ONE there!
Each person that goes to a match KEEPS cashley there!
— Martin Murray (@MartinMurray8) September 4, 2019
Newcastle’s next home game is against current league leaders Liverpool.
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