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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by MCFC 110, 28 Jul 2017.
Exactly, we've had the concerts, the tributes have been paid it's time to let go
Minutes silence if anything, but any kind of 'dont look back in anger' or 'stand up for the 22' is a pretty horrendous idea. Stick to a minutes silence where everyone can observe it and then crack on with the football.
Cannot beat a good gang bang
people saying its a 'horrendous' and 'awful' idea to do this....
interested to see why people think this? Any sort of rememberance or recognition for the dead would surely be a positive thing? despite if people disagree with the way we do it? Strange attitude IMO
would be good to see this happen today.
I agree with this me.
I'm bored of it, think it's stupid when other sets of fans do it and why do we pick and choose who gets them and not do it for thousands of others just as deserving?
I know this was different as it was for the bomb but the bomb had nowt to do with footy and it should be kept like that for me.
And the minutes applause thing should be left out of football culture
Up the Blues.
There was a great rendition in Molly Malone's at 10.10pm. Blues and Brighton folk in great voice
You don't have to now. No wonder the Etihad has no atmosphere.