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Newcastle takeover: Supporters' Trust wants Premier League 'transparency' on deal collapse

BBC News Wednesday, 5 August 2020
The Newcastle United Supporters' Trust wants the Premier League to provide "transparency" about the collapse of a proposed £300m Saudi-led takeover.
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The Newcastle United Supporters' Trust have written to the Premier League to ask for a meeting after a planned takeover fell through - and Steve Wraith, of NUFC Matters Podcast, says it has been a major issue for fans of the club.

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