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Is it like this ???

MR. SAMUEL AMAGO,
THE SENIOR AUDITOR INCHARGE
FOREIGN REMITTANCE UNIT,
BANK OF AFRICA{BOA}.
OUAGADOUGOU BURKINA FASO.

Dear Friend,

I presumed that all is well with you and your family.Please let this not be
a surprise message to you because i got your contact information from the
international directory few weeks ago before i decided to contact you on
this magintude and lucrative transaction for our present and future survival
in life.Moreover, i have laid all the solemn trust in you before i decided
to disclose this successful & confidential transaction to you.

I am the senior Auditor Incharge of Foreign Remittance Unit of our bank and
i decided to contact you for this financial transaction worth fifteen
Million, United States dollar ($15m) for our present and future success.This
is an abandoned fund that belongs to one of our bank foreign customers who
died along with his entire family through plane crash few years
ago.Meanwhile i was very fortune to come across the deceased file when i was
arranging the old and abandoned customers files in other to sign and submit
to the entire bank management for an official re-documentation and audit of
the year against 2007.

Informed clearly that it was stated in our Foreign banking rules and
regulations which was signed lawfully that if such fund remains unclaimed
till the period of 4 years started from the date when the beneficiary died,
the money will be transferred into the treasury as an unclaimed
fund.However, it is not authorized by the rules guiding our bank for a
citizen of Burkina Faso to make the claim of the fund unless you are a
foreigner no matter the country.So the request of you as a foreigner is
necessary to apply for the claim and transfer of the fund smoothly into your
reliable bank account as the next of kin to the deceased.

When the fund is transferred into your account, { 36% } Thirty Six Percent
will be for you in respect of all your assistance for the transfer of the
fund into your account and provision of the bank account where the bank will
remit the fund,{ 56% } Fifty Six Percent will be for me being the pioneer
of the business while the rest { 8% } eight Percent will be shared to
respectable Organisations such as Charity , Motherless Babies Homes, and
helpless disabled people arround us in the World.

If you are really sure of your, Trustworthiness, Accountability and
confidentiality on this transaction,contact me and accept not to change
your mind to cheat, or disappoint me when the fund is transferred into your
account.So reply for the assurance with your telephone and fax numbers
necessary to facilitate an easy communication. As soon as you reply , you
notify me so that i will let you know the next steps and procedures to
follow in order to finalize this transaction immediately.
I expect your urgent communication.

Yours sincerely,
MR SAMUEL AMAGO.


If it is bye bye to your money mate sorry lol
 

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Ashley appoints bank to sell Toon
http://www.teamtalk.com/football/story/0,16368,2483_4181970,00.html

Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has appointed investment bank Seymour Pierce to handle the sale of the St James' Park club.



The London-based bank has been drafted in as the billionaire attempts to offload the business following demonstrations by fans in the wake of manager Kevin Keegan's departure earlier this month.

A club statement said: "The board of Newcastle United can today confirm it has appointed the London-based investment bank Seymour Pierce to act on the potential sale of the club.

"All matters relating to the sale of the club, including inquiries from interested parties, should go through Seymour Pierce.

"The club will be making no further comment at this time."

Ashley confirmed he was putting the club up for sale after fans staged mass protests against him and the recruitment team he appointed before and after the 2-1 Premier League defeat by promoted Hull.

He, managing director Derek Llambias, executive director (football) Dennis Wise and vice-president (player recruitment) Tony Jimenez last week flew to Dubai in an effort to push through a quick disposal.

However, amid a flurry of statements from supposedly interested parties insisting they were not in the market for the club, and allegations of snubbed meetings, they returned without a deal having been struck.

As well as being linked with potential purchasers in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, there has been talk of investment from China, Qatar and more recently, Nigeria.

Indeed, reports from Africa have suggested a bid of £350million - some £130million less than the asking price allegedly quoted last week - has already been tabled.

Ashley bought Newcastle around 16 months ago for £134.4million, and has since invested a further £110million to service the debts he inherited and fund transfers.

However, the departure of manager Keegan earlier this month after a furious bust-up over the club's transfer policy has left St James' Park in turmoil on and off the pitch.

The Magpies slipped into the relegation zone after Saturday's 3-1 defeat at West Ham, and with injuries and suspensions severely limiting caretaker boss Chris Hughton's options, things are unlikely to get any easier as Tottenham in the Carling Cup and Blackburn in the league head for St James' this week.

With uncertainty off the pitch making the recruitment of Keegan's replacement all the more difficult, concern is mounting on Tyneside that the situation on the field could worsen if the sale becomes a protracted affair.
 

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Ashley appoints bank to sell Toon
http://www.teamtalk.com/football/story/0,16368,2483_4181970,00.html

Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has appointed investment bank Seymour Pierce to handle the sale of the St James' Park club.

The London-based bank has been drafted in as the billionaire attempts to offload the business following demonstrations by fans in the wake of manager Kevin Keegan's departure earlier this month.

A club statement said: "The board of Newcastle United can today confirm it has appointed the London-based investment bank Seymour Pierce to act on the potential sale of the club.

"All matters relating to the sale of the club, including inquiries from interested parties, should go through Seymour Pierce.

"The club will be making no further comment at this time."

Ashley confirmed he was putting the club up for sale after fans staged mass protests against him and the recruitment team he appointed before and after the 2-1 Premier League defeat by promoted Hull.

He, managing director Derek Llambias, executive director (football) Dennis Wise and vice-president (player recruitment) Tony Jimenez last week flew to Dubai in an effort to push through a quick disposal.

However, amid a flurry of statements from supposedly interested parties insisting they were not in the market for the club, and allegations of snubbed meetings, they returned without a deal having been struck.

As well as being linked with potential purchasers in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, there has been talk of investment from China, Qatar and more recently, Nigeria.

Indeed, reports from Africa have suggested a bid of £350million - some £130million less than the asking price allegedly quoted last week - has already been tabled.

Ashley bought Newcastle around 16 months ago for £134.4million, and has since invested a further £110million to service the debts he inherited and fund transfers.

However, the departure of manager Keegan earlier this month after a furious bust-up over the club's transfer policy has left St James' Park in turmoil on and off the pitch.

The Magpies slipped into the relegation zone after Saturday's 3-1 defeat at West Ham, and with injuries and suspensions severely limiting caretaker boss Chris Hughton's options, things are unlikely to get any easier as Tottenham in the Carling Cup and Blackburn in the league head for St James' this week.

With uncertainty off the pitch making the recruitment of Keegan's replacement all the more difficult, concern is mounting on Tyneside that the situation on the field could worsen if the sale becomes a protracted affair.
 

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Of all the over-rated managers you wouldn't want managing a club, this guy must be right up there with Alan Curbishley and Glen Roeder:

Venables linked with Magpies role
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/teams/n/newcastle_united/7634584.stm

Former England manager Terry Venables is the front-runner to take over as interim boss at Newcastle.



BBC Sport understands the St James' Park club has been in contact with Venables but no formal offer has been made as yet.

Radio 5 Live commentator Ian Dennis said: "Newcastle hope to make an announcement before the weekend."

Newcastle's Carling Cup exit on Wednesday was their third straight loss since Kevin Keegan's resignation.

The Magpies, who were defeated 2-1 by fellow strugglers Tottenham in the Carling Cup, urgently need someone to bring stability to a club owner Mike Ashley wants to sell following fan protests over Keegan's departure as manager on 4 September.

The 64-year-old Venables has been out of work for nearly a year after he was sacked as assistant to former England coach Steve McClaren in November 2007.

Venables is a close friend of Magpies director of football Dennis Wise.

Since Keegan left the club over a dispute regarding control of player transfers, Newcastle have been in free-fall.

And following protests by supporters, billionaire Mike Ashley, who has pumped £250m into the club, decided to sell the troubled club.

Ashley has said he is unable to watch the Newcastle team due to fears over his family's safety.

"I'm now a dad who can't take his kids to a football game because I am advised that we would be assaulted," he said earlier this month.

Venables was England's coach between 1994 and 1996.

He made his name in management with spells at Crystal Palace and Queens Park Rangers before his exploits saw him appointed Barcelona coach.

He was dubbed El Tel and guided the club to a Spanish League title, a League Cup win and a European Cup final - which they lost on penalties to Steaua Bucharest - before being sacked in September 1987.

He took over at Tottenham later that year and won the FA Cup with the club in 1991 before taking a role upstairs as chief executive at White Hart Lane as Sir Alan Sugar took over the club.

But a deteriorating relationship between the two led to his acrimonious exit in November 1993, which saw matters end up in the High Court.

After a two-year spell as England coach which culminated in reaching the semi-finals of Euro 96, he had an unhappy spell as consultant and chairman of Portsmouth and failed in his attempts to lead Australia to qualification for the 1998 World Cup.

A foray back at Palace did not go well as the club found itself struggling for money and form.

Venables restored some of his ailing reputation when he was brought in as Bryan Robson's assistant at Middlesbrough and helped the club avoid relegation in 2000.

He did not stay at the Riverside long and went on to manage Leeds in July 2002 but left less than a year later as the club spiralled into financial crisis.


Nigerians to make Toon statement


The consortium from Nigeria fronted by Chris Nathaniel are set to make a statement by the weekend on the possibility of buying Newcastle.

Magpies owner Mike Ashley has put the club up for sale and Nathaniel, chief executive of NVA management, has declared interest from a group of entrepreneurs he is liaising with.

Nathaniel's significance in football was recognised by his inclusion in the "Black List" of the 30 of the most influential figures of African or African-Caribbean heritage in English football, which has been supported by Kick It Out.

He was at Westminster to pick up his award but is still working hard on looking at the possibilities of taking over at St James' Park.

"It is a very serious offer, they are very serious business people and passionate football fans," he said.

"We are still at the early stages. Hopefully in the next 48 hours we will be in a position to make a statement and take the situation further.

"Newcastle should be achieving more than they are. There is long-term potential at the club, there is a lot wrong at the club [at the moment] but they are determined to put that right by getting the right people in and using the right structure."

The consortium are aware of the standing Kevin Keegan has among Newcastle support after his departure that led to the club being up for sale. Bookmakers have also taken a raft of bets on Terry Venables being the next boss.

"Kevin is a hero on Tyneside, he'd be a great choice but I can't say too much," Nathaniel added.
 

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who is stupid enough to take the job at the moment? when the club owner wants to sell the club? make no sense to me. a club manager will be appointed by the new owner, and the most important thing now is to make the takeover as smooth as possible.
 

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NEWCASTLE GOSSIP

Despite the uncertainty over the future ownership of the club, Newcastle hope to lure Venables by offering him a short-term deal, and paying him accordingly as a fire-fighter. (The Independent)

The Magpies have also contacted another former England and Tottenham manager, Glenn Hoddle, about the post. (The Times)

If Venables and Hoddle both say no, Newcastle will turn to another former Spurs manager, George Graham. (Daily Telegraph)

Newcastle's current owner Mike Ashley hopes to announce a successor to Kevin Keegan before Saturday's home game against Blackburn. (The Times)

Chris Nathaniel, who is fronting a Nigerian consortium reputedly interested in a takeover at Newcastle, hopes there will be movement in their bid over the next 48 hours. (The Independent)

Nathaniel is ready to make an announcement on the group's plans to buy the Magpies and says one of their first acts could be to reinstall Kevin Keegan as boss. (Daily Star)

Keegan is believed to be preparing a case for constructive dismissal against Ashley after losing a power struggle over transfer policy with director of football Dennis Wise. (Daily Telegraph)

Other prospective buyers for Newcastle include groups from the United States, Kuwait and the Far East. (Daily Telegraph)
 

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marty davidson said:
who is the man who is the new Newcastle manger?
Joe Kinnear is well known. He managed Wimledon is the Crazy Gang days
as well as Forest and a few other clubs. He was a pundit for the Irish football
team and was favourite to become Ireland boss at one point, but then suffered
a heart attack. He played with Spurs for years as a player. Thats who Joe is.
 
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