"We are listening to all parties who are interested in purchasing the club," Newcastle managing director Lee Charnley said in interview following former Nottingham Forest owner Fawaz Al-Hasawi's takeover broke down. "But we require more ambitious offers if we are going to sell."
"It doesn't phase us," Kevin Nolan responded when asked how the talks and breakdown effected the team. "Realistically, the ownership of the club has nothing to do with what happens on the pitch. The players have nothing to do with it. We will let our results speak for themselves and keep moving forward, it's not in our minds."
Newcastle have currently won all five home games in the Premier League, but have, in turn, lost all 5 of their away games. When asked about how the home advantage effects games, Nolan responded; "It's certainly a huge factor. St James' Park is absolutely rocking at the moment, and it makes it incredibly hard for away teams to come here and get a result, even teams like Liverpool and Arsenal. We need to work on our away performances, but if we can continue our home form, St James' will be a real fortress to come to."