"We've been following the controversy over the stadium naming rights and we're fans ourselves - football fans - and we totally get the passion that comes with football," said Wonga CEO and founder Errol Damelin.
"We listened to the fans - the fans want it to be called St James' Park, and we're delighted to be able to be part of solving that problem."
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