'This is going to change the landscape massively' Newcastle United fans react to Liverpool, Tottenham and Man City bombshells in takeover fight

Newcastle Consortium Supporters Ltd’s Keith Patterson has revealed the real reasons why he believes the Newcastle United takeover has stalled – and fans have been quick to react to his comments.

Speaking exclusively with the Gazette, the lifelong Magpies fan – who with Gordon Stein is taking the Premier League to court for what NCSL see as potential breaches of anti-competition law – has dropped some Newcastle United takeover bombshells and pointed the finger not only at the league, but also top flight rivals Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur.

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Here are just some of the supporters’ comments from social media:

Newcastle United fans.

@TazGolf9: This is the best and most inspiring article I’ve ever read. Bring it on @premierleague, you’ve messed with the wrong people

@BisonTurnbull: Thank you everyone involved, it's nice to have hope again. I believe this will lead to one of the biggest shake ups in sporting history

@DaveKin72860158: It's what a lot of fans thought in June/July. Well done for exposing the PL, keep up the good work.

@koolmacher: This is just getting better by the day hopefully to the outcome all of us Newcastle fans want and deserve!

@backthemags: Wow this is gonna change the landscape massively

@Phleks3: Everything we hoped and more

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@Craig17317552: Fantastic piece near enough brought a tear to my eye there Mr Patterson

@ToonForChange: Must read article for all #NUFC fans!

@Carl_TftG: Cracking read this!! The passion comes across, the Spurs thing is definitely interesting!!

@Toonbeerandbait: Splendid piece of journalism here

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