The pressure group Ashley Out has called for demonstrations outside every Sports Direct store within a 20-mile radius of St James' Park.Read the full story ›
The two Geordie stars sympathise with fans protesting against the club's management - and say they would join a boycott if they could.Read the full story ›
A Newcastle United fans group has announced new plans to protest against the owner of the club, Mike Ashley.
This time they say they will target his business, as well as making a stand at the home match against Swansea on Saturday.
And head coach John Carver has admitted for the first time that the criticism from fans is getting to him. Lucy Taylor reports.
A campaign group is asking fans who want to attend Newcastle's match against Swansea to 'stand up to Ashley' during the match.Read the full story ›
The NUFC Fans Forum have written an open letter pressing the billionaire businessman for an "urgent" reply on three key issues.Read the full story ›
Graeme Cansdale is from the Newcastle United Supporters Trust - he says the boycott is a 'line in the sand'.
Official figures say 47,427 supporters attended Newcastle's defeat to Spurs, but does that reflect the success of the boycott?Read the full story ›
Newcastle United boss John Carver says a boycott held by fans during Sunday's home defeat at the hands of Tottenham "didn't affect" the players.
The Magpies were beaten 3-1 at St James' Park as thousands of supporters staged a boycott in protest against the club's owner, Mike Ashley.
Newcastle United boss John Carver says his current position at the club is "the most difficult situation I've ever been in".
The Magpies were beaten 3-1 by Tottenham Hotspur at St James' Park today. The result was Newcastle's sixth Premier League defeat in a row.
Thousands of fans boycotted today's match in protest against owner, Mike Ashley.