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Mike Ashley Uncovered: An Inside Out Special

Sunday, 22:25 on BBC One (North East & Cumbria only)

 

He is the owner Newcastle United fans love to hate - but how does he make the money that bankrolls the club? A special Inside Out investigation traces the source of Mike Ashley's wealth. The programme follows the supply chain for his hugely successful Sports Direct empire that has placed him among some of Britain's richest entrepreneurs. It is a journey that leads to some of the world's poorest people working for just a pound a day.

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00qnvd1

 

Just saw an advert for this. Might be interesting..

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Mike Ashley Uncovered: An Inside Out Special

Sunday, 22:25 on BBC One (North East & Cumbria only)

 

He is the owner Newcastle United fans love to hate - but how does he make the money that bankrolls the club? A special Inside Out investigation traces the source of Mike Ashley's wealth. The programme follows the supply chain for his hugely successful Sports Direct empire that has placed him among some of Britain's richest entrepreneurs. It is a journey that leads to some of the world's poorest people working for just a pound a day.

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00qnvd1

 

Just saw an advert for this. Might be interesting..

 

Ugh, that's me buying a new telly on Monday then after I launch something heavy at this.

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Mike Ashley Uncovered: An Inside Out Special

Sunday, 22:25 on BBC One (North East & Cumbria only)

 

He is the owner Newcastle United fans love to hate - but how does he make the money that bankrolls the club? A special Inside Out investigation traces the source of Mike Ashley's wealth. The programme follows the supply chain for his hugely successful Sports Direct empire that has placed him among some of Britain's richest entrepreneurs. It is a journey that leads to some of the world's poorest people working for just a pound a day.

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00qnvd1

 

Just saw an advert for this. Might be interesting..

 

Not sure what Sunderland has got to do with this?

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who's doing the interview? Rodger Cook ?

 

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/f8/Rogermellie.png

 

Ashley - "Le Coq Sportif have 3rd world ball production? But Roger, I don't own Le Coq. Yes, our ball handling facilities in the Far East, but they're not dodgy like Le Coqs. Le Coqs balls come on the cheap."

 

Mellie - "Ha ha, oh Fuck. What can I say, put it there Mike you fat cunt."

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who's doing the interview? Rodger Cook ?

 

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/f8/Rogermellie.png

 

Ashley - "Le Coq Sportif have 3rd world ball production? But Roger, I don't own Le Coq. Yes, our ball handling facilities in the Far East, but they're not dodgy like Le Coqs. Le Coqs balls come on the cheap."

 

Mellie - "Ha ha, oh Fuck. What can I say, put it there Mike you fat cunt."

 

:lol: Well played.

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A snippet from the Daily Mail

Mike Ashley's astonishing reign at Newcastle United certainly has more than enough material for a Panorama documentary — especially when you consider Terry Venables’ battles with Alan Sugar at Tottenham were deemed worthy of two Panorama specials. And it’s claimed that Beeb investigators have been asking Newcastle watchers about all aspects of the Ashley regime and whether they’re prepared to be interviewed. But a Panorama spokesman said yesterday there are no plans for a programme on Ashley.

 

 

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-1246900/Shay-Given-fights-agent-6m-Manchester-City-fee-Newcastle.html?ITO=1490#ixzz0dy0ddOMW

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Wonder if they're doing one on the Mackem Mafia.

 

Nah.

Every other football club owner, and indeed all billionaires in general, made their money from environmentally friendly, socially aware schemes.

Fat Mike's the only one who's a c*nt and therefore the only one BBC can do a programme on.

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