Are you a politician? you dont live in the real world. Right or wrong doesn't mean an avoidable situation wont occur. It seems thay you're so bothered about your P.C argument, that you cant see what happens when its Derby day. It's not utopia. ( And yes ive been in the wrong end at the swamp 3 or 4 times, but i knew what could happen).Read my reply, I was addressing the adults on the forum.
and did he have somewhere to be?The practice of people shouting at early leavers seems to be increasing this season and it's kicked off twice near me already.
One incident made me laugh though. There is a group of middle aged pissheads sat near me that are sometimes funny, sometimes a bit tedious but all harmless enough. At a midweek night game last season a guy with his young son a few rows in front was leaving early when one of the pissheads shouted 'Got somewhere to be'? The guy instantly stopped and locked a death stare at the pisshead for about ten seconds. He realised that he was much younger and a whole lot bigger than him and it was extremely funny watching him shrivel up in his seat. He has stopped shouting at early leavers now :)
Yeah..must have bin great when you were younger at Millwall.......now your a veteran ...younger lads are 'silly twats'Pathetic isn’t it. That and throwing plastic chairs and traffic cones when outside. Look at the age of some of them too. Some silly twats never grow up.
Exactly.For any Blue approaching that match in a calm manner you should ask yourself why ....esp when the ref Taylor is a red, his two brothers would have bin in the away end. .when Michael Oliver was in charge of var...WTF..the same Oliver who stiched us up good and proper at anfield and is currently the subject of a formal complaint by our club...then...to top things off..4th official ..Mike bloody Dean.Liverpool (sorry Tranmere ) fan.....Somebody posted after the Tottenham game that VAR would lead to an increase in violence at matches. I think a mcombination of the late kick off and the frustrating use of VAR increased the risk of violence. It shouldn't happen but passions are always raised on Derby Day and Mike Riley and his cabal of referees have provided another fuse.
What's PC about saying one guy shouldn't get beaten by up by a mob even if he is Rag sat in the home end? Its a ****s trick.Are you a politician? you dont live in the real world. Right or wrong doesn't mean an avoidable situation wont occur. It seems thay you're so bothered about your P.C argument, that you cant see what happens when its Derby day. It's not utopia. ( And yes ive been in the wrong end at the swamp 3 or 4 times, but i knew what could happen).
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