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Amanda Staveley Says Her £250M Bid For Newcastle Is Still On The Table

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 01 / 22 / 18

Amanda Staveley insisted she "is not a time-waster" and that her £250M ($346M) offer to buy Premier League side Newcastle United "remains on the table," according to George Caulkin of the LONDON TIMES. Despite Staveley’s insistence...

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