After a 3-0 defeat against rivals Sunderland, it looks like some of the Toon Army fans have just about had enough.
One very angry fan decided to take matters into his own hands and take matters out of Mike Ashley's hand and sell Newcastle United owner on eBay.
He labelled the sale as "Mike Ashley XXXL" with a very generous starting offer of £10.00.
He set postage and packaging at just £0.69 and very clearly states "no returns accepted".
Within the description of the item, the seller claimed "Since Mike Ashley took over Newcastle United in 2007, the fortunes of the club have gone from bad to worse".
The outraged fan continued to list the negative achievements of the Magpie owner, including their relegation, the teams lack of ambition and the public besmirching of former players such as Alan Shearer and Kevin Keegan.
To complete the description of the sale he claims that any cash within the club goes to straight into Ashley's pocket, calling him a parasite and demands change.
With the item only being on sale for a couple of hours, the price is already over £150,000.
The seller will be hoping for interest and support from all of the Geordie fans as they join together in hope of getting rid of Ashley once and for all, as the seller claims: "This isn't good enough and it is Time4Change".
This very comical, but powerful message show that the Toon fans have had enough and expect more from their club as they seem unhappy with a current eighth place spot in the Premier League.
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