Comments for en-gb 30 Sun 28 Dec 2014 14:45:59 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at invisiblenewsman Mihir...just a few short weeks ago you were telling us how the credit crunch had forced down the asking price of Newcastle United. (complete with a raft of incorrect prices - both of Mike Ashley's purchase and sale) But now - hey presto- the credit crunch doesn't apply to sport...isn't this danegrous stuff for the BBC to be touting?..aren't you supposed to offer us facts? Put yourself out of your misery and stop 'blogging' Sat 25 Oct 2008 19:37:38 GMT+1 stopthepress Mihir will you be reporting on "Downturn '08"? Looks like the BBC have bought the rights. Fri 24 Oct 2008 18:11:19 GMT+1 flenderson I have to agree with Jamminben's comment - is there any chance of some actual details Mihir?I'm absolutely no expert but still would have thought it very obvious that the sponsorship of sport is, generally, still good business; people are still going to be obsessed with sport regardless of how volatile the financial markets are, whether we're in recession or not, etc etc. I'd be amazed if the 'sports representative' simply said it is good business sense and then stopped there, without going into at least a little further detail?Without any more in-depth analysis, this article doesn't actually say, well, anything. Fri 24 Oct 2008 14:32:20 GMT+1 jamminben13 I never want to be critical on these comments as it does seem petty and spiteful when you read others spouting aggressive poison, but I must say this particular blog is severely lacking in any substance Mr Bose. I normally like that you give us a different view of the sporting world and try to inform us of the political background etc and as I started reading this week's offering I thought there would be more of that alternative perspective. It seems though as if mixing it at these breakfast meetings etc has gone to your head, in between the Salmon sandwiches and St Paul's Cathedral drivel perhaps you could have told us how sponsorship is no longer just a luxury, how is it commercially a good option etc etc. I understand the trials of being sport editor involve you attending these lavish functions but please try to tell us what happens at these events and what relevance it has to us or the story and not just this self-congratulatory piffle. I apologise if this comment offends. Fri 24 Oct 2008 14:04:56 GMT+1 homeoftheshoutingmen This post has been Removed Fri 24 Oct 2008 13:00:20 GMT+1