This is the latest in a series of protests against Ashley, who has owned the club for the last eleven years
The Magpies face West Ham and supporters group ‘The Magpie Group’ have urged the Newcastle faithful to “have an extra pint before going to the match.”
This is the latest in a series of protests against the Sports Direct tycoon’s running of the club over the last 11 years.
Earlier this month, Newcastle fans took to the streets of London to protest against Ashley’s ownership outside of Sports Direct’s flagship store.
The group are unhappy as they believe there has been a lack of investment by the club and are calling for action ahead of the upcoming January transfer window.
Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez recently called on the club’s board and not to have their commitment lessened by their recent upturn in form.
They have won their last three matches, including a 2-1 win at Burnley on Monday night.
“It’s a month to go until the most important transfer window of Rafa’s Newcastle career. We must act now, not after,” said The Magpie Group.
Ashley has been present at recent matches having previously failed to attend any Newcastle game in 16 months.