Bradford City Fire

Discussion in 'General football forum' started by BlueTG, 11 May 2012.

  1. Bantamgaz

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    Cheers for the kind words always a sad day going down to the memorial ..........heartbreaking it really is ...........
     
  2. nmc

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    Thoughts with the victims of this tragedy. The football family has not shown sufficient support to this who perished that day. RIP
     
  3. KentBlue

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    Condolences, mate. From all at BlueMoon.
     
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  4. Chris in London

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    @Mike Cledford posted this in the main forum. I thought it deserved a thread of its own.

    If there was a thread on the anniversary I missed it. My bad. But the contrast with another anniversary from about the same time couldn’t be clearer.
     
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  5. Rosler's Mullet

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    Since this, always had, and always will have a soft spot for Bradford City, as far as I'm aware, they've always conducted themselves with dignity and class, never once trying to milk it, an horrendous heartbreaking tragedy, I know people who worked that day, and the aftermath, they still have nightmare's to this day.

    R.I.P to all those who perished, and my very best wishes to those left behind to deal with it, respect !
     
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  6. ali benarbia's studs

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    R.I.P. Thoughts are with all the people of Bradford City.
     
  7. Blue Mist

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    My brother was at the match. He was a student at Bradford Uni at the time. I always remember he had the good sense to phone his Mam to let her know he was alright. The thing is, when he was in the ground, away from the fire he had little realisation of what was happening.

    A true loss of genuine football fans, it is sad that the press are not interested in reminding people of this tragedy.
     
  8. Ric

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    There were a couple of other threads, so have merged them all together to keep everything in one place.
     
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  9. Chris in London

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    Cheers Ric

    Well it deserved bump if not a separate thread!
     
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  10. Vienna_70

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    R. I. P. to all 56 poor souls, who perished on that tragic day.
     

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