Newcastle players will wear club shirts after Wonga row
Cheick Tiote and Papiss Cisse considered their position following the news that the money-lending company would become club's main sponsor
The Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote will wear the club shirt with Wonga on the front for the new season.
Tiote and team-mate Papiss Cisse had been seen as the two players who would adhere to Sharia Law and refuse to wear the payday lenders' logo.
Wonga signed a four-year £24 million deal to replace Virgin Money as Newcastle's main sponsors last year but it will not come into effect until the forthcoming season.
Read the complete original version of this item...
Related Topics: Athletics, Banking, Head Coverings / Dress, Islamic Law (Shari'a), Lobby Groups, Multiculturalism, Workplace
receive the latest by email: subscribe to the free mef mailing list