However, Mark Douglas also reports that there have been no further breakthroughs in talks between Kenyon and Ashley.
It seems that finally, the years of failed takeovers have taken their toll on the people of Tyneside, and this latest rumour with Kenyon, again, has triggered almost no response from many Newcastle fans because they don’t believe these stories anymore.
See the best of the reaction below.
— NUFC 360 (@NUFC360) October 14, 2019
I’m guessing the big breakthrough will come mid to late November with a view to being complete on jan 2nd … obvs it will hit a couple of snags and drag on till the end of January and then fall apart with the two parties miles apart !!! #JustSaying @AWSFpodcast @NUFC360
— stewart stephenson (@stupotstevo) October 14, 2019
Was never gonna happen. All this paying instalments crap, how were they going to invest to improve things ?
— Boetie (@BruceScott93) October 14, 2019
Surprise surprise don’t think this is gonna happen ether we are stuck with Ashley am afraid!
— Michael Marr (@mickey_marr) October 14, 2019
All rubbish. Takeover will never happen
— Lucky (@Lucky16538099) October 14, 2019
A few Toon supporters are dismissing the possibility of a takeover happening.
If this was 3 years ago I think everyone would get hyped by this but with the way things are and how many failed bids have come in, no one really cares. I hope we finally get taken over but I don’t see it happening anytime soon.
— Angel???? (@01dunnn) October 14, 2019
We don’t care
— Andy (@Andy_Newc) October 14, 2019
— TheRiotAct (@TheRiotAct9) October 14, 2019
Do we have to pretend to be shocked???
— John Wilson (@jwj_ltd) October 14, 2019
While other Newcastle fans are not interested in this latest story and don’t believe there is any interest in buying the club.
I have to say I agree with this group. These latest Kenyon rumours have not interested me at all.