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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by MCFC 110, 28 Jul 2017.
This idea is absolutely aids. Leave the grief stealing to the dippers, terrorism has absolutely nothing to do with football
I'm one of those fans who dont have a problem with a minute's applause to mark the death of a fan. I really think we should do something at Brighton to commemorate the bombing and Im pretty sure we will do something in the first home game as well. I do not want us to use the song for any tribute, however. It's not a great song to begin with and would have a 'scouser' feel to it anyway.
Anything by that talentless clown Williams is terrible.
The man's a complete cock womble
We would , probably not as the teams walk out though as GOSBTS is played and all the home fans join in with that but 22 minutes i reckon most if not all Brighton fans would join in .
"Stand up for the 22" at 22 minutes would be a nice touch
We're not Scousers
you must be joking the ground is only half full when the teams walk out!
Sounds like a great idea think it will work more on away days then at home games.
No we're not, we're mancs showing a bit of respect for fellow mancunians who have died.
We've done it with 'once a blue always a blue' for fans who have passed away, why is this any different?