Newcastle United attorney Nick De Marco congratulated Newcastle United on their recent win.

De Marco has received instructions from attorneys to act on behalf of Newcastle Club owner Mike Ashley to look into Premier League behavior after a failed attempt to sell the club.

This is a separate legal process from the fan group-led one – although De Marco appeared to tweet on Twitter in support of the proposed move recently.

United fans have been closely monitoring De Marco’s Twitter feed following a number of Newcastle-based references – most recently posting photos of his first attempt at Bread “stottie”It is a flat round loaf originating in the northeast.

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Now he praises Newcastle’s 2-0 win at Crystal Palace on Friday night, while wishing Brighton and Hove Albion the best of luck in the Premier League match with Liverpool.

Two late goals gave Steve Bruce’s men three points at Selhurst Park.

Callum Wilson broke the deadlock with the opening of the 88th minute, before Guilenton clinched victory shortly thereafter.

The result sent Magpies 10th in the Premier League table, ahead of the rest of this weekend’s matches.

De Marco tweeted: “Come to Brighton! My new home team. I always love seeing good clients win, esp against Liverpool! NUFC performed well yesterday! #Brighton #BHALIV #Newcastle #PremierLeague

“Good luck also today for #DCFC (Derby County) and # SWFC (Sheffield Wednesday). If all three clubs win today, I’ll have a special drink tonight.”

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De Marco was recently part of the team that appealed to the EFL jury On behalf of Sheffield Wednesday On the 12-point penalty, imposed for breach of spending regulations.

As a result, the penalty was halved to six points.

His profile on the Blackstone Chambers website states: “Nick has been ranked as a leading attorney in sports law. He regularly works for sports governing bodies, players, clubs, sponsors, broadcasters and agents. He is a ‘go-to’ attorney in football disputes in particular, whether It is commercial or organizational.

Steve Bruce and Mike Ashley

The latest fallout about Newcastle United’s long-running possession saga wasn’t just Tyneside’s talk – it was the talk of the football world.

Now, Steve Bruce must remember his team and move forward without changing ownership and new support.

However, the twists and turns are not over, with current owner Mike Ashley “considering all options” after the Premier League’s rejection of a £ 300m takeover.

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“In addition to his busy sports practice, he has experience in commercial law, recruitment and media. Nick is known as one of the leading sports attorneys in the UK by all legal guides.

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“Ranked as one of the top 3 Sports Law Setters in terms of interest in the UK by Who’s Who Legal 2019. Nick is authorized to accept instructions directly from regular clients through the direct public access scheme. Nick is Director of the British Sports Association and Law (BASL)” .