The THIRTEEN words from Newcastle United takeover key player fans will LOVE to see

Two tweets and thirteen words from key Newcastle United takeover player Mehrdad Ghodoussi shines a light on PCP Capital Partners’ watching brief as Magpies relegation battle twists and turns.

Monday, 5th April 2021, 6:00 am
Mehrdad Ghodoussi and Amanda Staveley of PCP Capital Partners.

For seventeen Sunday afternoon minutes Newcastle United were plunged into the Premier League bottom three – only to end it three points clear.

Following on from Newcastle’s 2-2 home draw with Tottenham Hotspur, earned courtesy of a late Joe Willock equaliser, a three-goal turnaround late on at Villa Park saw Aston Villa see off Fulham, who had taken a second-half lead.

And while the whole of Tyneside breathed a collective sigh of relief after the St James’ Park result, and again when England striker Ollie Watkins consigned the Cottagers to defeat, one of the key players in the United takeover saga also took to social media to display his emotions.

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Following the final whistle at SJP, Ghodoussi tweeted: “That was a stressful 90min.”

And then again when Villa went in front against Scott Parker & Co, who are now three points behind and have played a game more, he tweeted: “Get in Villa!!! Never thought I’d say that.”

Ghodoussi, with wife Amanda Staveley, are directors at PCP Capital Partners.

The duo brokered the £300m+ deal to buy Newcastle United from Mike Ashley, along with the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia and Reuben Brothers.

While the deal remains entrenched in legal battles, with arbitration proceedings between the club and the Premier League slated, PCP continue to watch on-field proceedings with keen interest, in hope the current deal to buy United does not fall through, on behalf of the Magpies dropping into the second tier.