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rob_fmttm Posted on 15/03/2010 17:15
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A couple of emails I received today that you might like to chew the fat on.


Link: the other side of the coin

Dibzzz Posted on 15/03/2010 17:17
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What did he expect? [rle]

lmao_tb_xx Posted on 15/03/2010 17:18
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First letter - Fair Enough, but i'm not sure what he was expecting.

Second letter - Might as well have been written in a geordie dialect. Blatantly obvious he's one of them.

KingOfTheTribes Posted on 15/03/2010 17:22
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Boo hoo, he jumped up, he got threatened. Exactly the same would have happened if it was a Boro fan in Sid James Park.

He probably only sent the email to show off how much he paid the pr1ck.

Muttley Posted on 15/03/2010 17:23
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First letter. In an ideal world it would be nice if we could all be lovely cuddly friends and behave like those lovely Rugger Chaps. It's football and unless he's never been to a game in his life before. What did he expect? I've sat in home ends before and no-one will bother you if you keep yourself to yourself. Jump up and punch the air when your team score and sadly you are going to get at the very least verbal abuse and at worstXXXXXXted. I would expect no better in Newcastle or any ground in the country. Stupidity is it's own reward.

Second letter. The spirit of Victor Meldrew lives on.

whale_oil_beef_hooked Posted on 15/03/2010 17:25
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So he is from doggy and a skunk supporter for the last 30 years...at his age he should have had more sense then to jump up when they scored.

Sitrep Posted on 15/03/2010 17:35
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"doggie North Ormesby boy"

has he no shame?

lmao_tb_xx Posted on 15/03/2010 17:37
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"doggie North Ormesby boy"

F**king hell I didn't even notice that. Deserved a slap just for that.

darlonorth Posted on 15/03/2010 17:38
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what does 'doggie' refer to ?

whale_oil_beef_hooked Posted on 15/03/2010 17:40
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Most geordie women...oh sorry that would be doggo.

[:D]

parmoboy Posted on 15/03/2010 17:45
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All he had to do was be pleased that they scored and keep it to himself.I have sat with boro fans in the opposition end when they have scored and we have quietly celebrated. I cannot see any sense in punching the air and making it obvious he was a Skunk fan.Especially in such a highly charged atmosphere. What did he expect? that the boro fans in the NW corner would pat him on the back and say well done mate!!! No excuses, he thought he was being clever and nearly caused a major disturbance where there were kids and women sitting. Did he not consider those fans when he decided to express his true colours. I feel for the poor steward trying to deal alone with this potentially explosive situation.

Sea_Harrier Posted on 15/03/2010 17:46
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Absolutely no case to answer for either of those emails.

Away fans, by agreed convention, are not allowed to sit in the home fans enclosure. Was an away supporter sat with home fans, yes.

The banner was fantastic and made my day, and I'm sure many others. If we've offended the deluded one's, and burst the myth that they are a big club, then happy am I.

EDIT: When we play Spurs at home I get a ticket in the North Stand for my brother-in-law who is a Spurs fanatic, and has a season ticket for WHL. He sits with me, and loves the atmosphere at the Riverside but keeps his hand firmly clasped over his mouth if Spurs score. Never been a problem.

speckyget Posted on 15/03/2010 17:50
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'"doggie North Ormesby boy"

F**king hell I didn't even notice that. Deserved a slap just for that.'


Agreed. No place for tautologies on this board.

Hercules Posted on 15/03/2010 17:51
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He seems to be proud of the fact that he has supported them for 30 years despite being born on Teesside.

If anything the time aspect makes it worse. He can actually be accused of being a glory supporter. Just.

Anonymous-Hero Posted on 15/03/2010 17:54
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So he is from North Ormsby, but supports the chunts from up the road, serves the basterd right for what he got

Sea_Harrier Posted on 15/03/2010 17:54
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He's just like that arrogant tjf81 youth who occasionally spouts off on here. He was born and bred in Boro, worked on the Wilton Complex, lives in Thornaby and is a fanatical skunk.

He's possibly, because of his age, a King Kev convert from 1992, having bought the skunk dream from the Hall family.

Boromart Posted on 15/03/2010 17:57
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£472 to go watch footy, AND he likes to antagonise home fans then whine about the consequences -- the man has absolute no common sense whatsoever.

The fact he must be in his 40s and hasn't figured either of those two out is surprising.

If he thinks he will get sympathy because

a) he wasted so much money on 2 footy tickets (and with what has gone on in the local economy it's a perverse amoutn of money), or

b) because he is a local, but is a scab for supporting them.

well I'm' afraid he is very much mistaken.

I don't condone violence, but he hasn't convinced me that he is entirely innocent in proceedings.

Abel_Tasman Posted on 15/03/2010 18:00
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Why did you publish this Rob? You are getting an understandably overwhelming negative reaction.

Boromart Posted on 15/03/2010 18:07
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yeah Rob, what is your problem with the Flag also? It was good humoured banter. Any skunk who took offence rather than laughing is showing a serious lack of self-esteem. Any Boro fan who thought it reflected badly on us needs to grow up, it was a joke and if someone wanted to go to the trouble of doing it, then that is there look out.

rob_fmttm Posted on 15/03/2010 18:08
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He asked me too. They were the only two emails I received - and they wanted to voice their opinions. They've done that.

billybob Posted on 15/03/2010 18:08
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Why does it matter how much he paid for his ticket? Would he have been bothered if he'd paid £200 less? Looks like he's trying to be a charlie big potatoes.

The previous poster hit the nail on the head. He was an away supporter sitting amongst home supporters which is actually illegal, he's lucky he wasn't ejected from the stadium. If he was sitting in the North Stand he would have been.

Perhaps that's why the price of the ticket was relevant, maybe our stewards only throw out those who've paid the going rate for tickets?

Boromart Posted on 15/03/2010 18:13
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So what is the criteria for getting something posted on here Rob? If you ask it is done? If I asked you to post that 3 skunks called me 'a dirty smoggy mutant' after the game would you?

You seem to be making a rod for your own back with this one. I understand that you want ot promote the Riverside being a safe atmosphere, but I think you need to be a bit more pragmatic about the circumstances and without being entirely in charge of the facts I don't think it was particularly appropriate for you to give the guy his own personal soap box.

In fact to show even handedness I think you should allow any of the lads that gave him grief the right to reply on this matter.


I still can't for the life of me see why you have put the flag message up! Are you letting your own feelings on the matter cloud your judgement?

sasboro1 Posted on 15/03/2010 18:14
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i think some people on here need to grow up a bit.

Genghis_Khan Posted on 15/03/2010 18:18
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He should have known better than to jump up and down, so little sympathy - albeit I don't condone what happened but it's like poking a dog you know what will happen. The second letter is a geordie.

Also after Saturday I consider the geordie fans as low as mackems, so phuq em.

guyb Posted on 15/03/2010 18:19
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1) Very lucky he didn't get a backhander - beyond stupid and his own behaviour could be viewed as incitement.

2) Sticks and Stones. Personally, I think we've found our Kryptonite against the crowd-counters.

Boromart Posted on 15/03/2010 18:22
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that's what I thought Genghis_Khan, must be a geordie post.

Tommy_Trinder Posted on 15/03/2010 18:23
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I was thinking it was a reasonable post untle the last bit.[V]

Your a N.Ormesby lad, but you support Newcasle..... now that is foooking obscene, you should hang your head in shame.[V][V][V][V]

borolad259 Posted on 15/03/2010 18:30
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SOme crass stupidity on this thread.

You want a club that survives financially, and hope it will be in a position to buy players, but you criticise someone for paying over four hundred quid for some dinner and the match for himself and his missus.

He went into NW upper, where he was told. He admits getting excited by his team scoring, and backs the club for removing himself and his Missus back to the Middlehaven suite.
Now his crime is being an Ormesby lad who happens to support toon.
So feckin what? There are Boro supporters on this forum who have no ties with Middlesbrough at all....are they going to be roundly abused as well?

Sure, he could expect some verbal reaction to what he did, but threats of violence are just plain cack.


12_Afonso Posted on 15/03/2010 18:35
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Noone willing to stand up to his face? Im willing to bet the vast majority of people shouting at him would have done so.

stugga Posted on 15/03/2010 18:36
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I have to say the banner was a bit of fun, bit of a shame they complain about that when some of them come to the game in gas masks looking for trouble

Genghis_Khan Posted on 15/03/2010 18:38
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"There are Boro supporters on this forum who have no ties with Middlesbrough at all!

Who?

smifter Posted on 15/03/2010 18:39
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"But Boro fans talk about lack of atmosphere, is it any wonder if you canít support your team without violent threats. Some fans all on this forum make threats but donít have the balls to have a go to my face"

Isn't this a contradiction in itself, he moans about violent threats and then goes on to moan people don't say to his face! I was sat in the West Lower and witnessed the full episode, I don't think it would have been the same reaction if it was any other team, but how foolish to react the way he did. No1 rule of sitting in the home end, dont celebrate when you score you wazzock. No2 Rule, when you are too stupid to remember No1 rule then leave by the nearest exit

borolad259 Posted on 15/03/2010 18:42
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Genghis, there was a thread not so long ago where a few explained why they support Boro.

But off the top of my head, Islandstone for one, who doesn't post so often these days. He's a young lad from Norway.

Genghis_Khan Posted on 15/03/2010 18:43
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Hardly a boro fan is he... isn't he one of those Bern fans who has a soft spot for boro? I used to go watch Ajax and Dinamo that doesn't I'm anything but a boro fan.

Happy Posted on 15/03/2010 18:44
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me. Im from stockton and have no association with middlesbrough.

Pogroy Posted on 15/03/2010 18:47
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The man is a clown, he talks about threats of violence, he obviously isnt aware of what his fellow newcastle supporters get up to when we visit sid james especially afterwards when we go back to the train station, i personally have been spat at threatened and had lit cigarettes thrown at me. If i sat in the the leazes and jumped up when boro scpored i wouldnt be surprised if i got a good hiding. Its part and parcel of football, if he thinks he can jump up and celebrate in an opposition part of the ground without getting abuse then he wants to take that money he spends on corporate tickets and go and get his head sorted out.

borolad259 Posted on 15/03/2010 18:47
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No, he isn't one of the Bergen lads.

Genghis_Khan Posted on 15/03/2010 18:51
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Regardless - I've never even see him post so he can't be a big poster and I doubt boro are his first team. He certainly won't be spending £400+ to go to our games. 95% Boro fans are local people... either by birth or blood

Linny Posted on 15/03/2010 18:53
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I find it surprising that he seems to think that bacause he is from Middlesbrough that will endear him to the posters here. Slightly out of touch with reality there.

We all know that if you are in the away end you keep it shut - if you don't then you are either an idiot or looking for trouble.

The second letter is a strange one. Seems to think it was funny but embarrassing? It's either one or the other, Either you saw the funny side or you took it too seriously - or, of course, you are a Geordie.

That banner got more reaction than i thought it would from a group of supporters who don't care about Boro.

Babe_Rhuth Posted on 15/03/2010 18:54
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"me. Im from stockton and have no association with middlesbrough."

Gibson say you dirty mackem [:D] [:P]

whale_oil_beef_hooked Posted on 15/03/2010 18:56
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I think Robs going for 100.


[:D]

Boromart Posted on 15/03/2010 18:59
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"canít support your team without violent threats."....."Some fans all on this forum make threats but donít have the balls to have a go to my face" -- that second remark sounds a bit 'come and have a go if you think your hard enough', hypocrite!

He hasn't done himself any favours with the way he has explained this. He even seems to be saying the stewards were right to remove him? So what the XXXXXX is he moaning at?

Like I have said before, I have sat at the home end many times at Boro away games......never had a problem. Then again, I'm smart enough not to antagonise people.

Jon77 Posted on 15/03/2010 19:07
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If you are an away supporter and go in the home end for a derby game and jump up and down or fist the air when you score then what do you expect !?

Do they think Boro fans are any less passionate about their club than other supporters ?

I have been in a couple of home ends in my time but have had the commonsense to keep my peace.

Why should the Newcastle supporters in the home end be give special treatment. If a Boro fan went in the home end at St James or the SoL and starting acting like these Geordies they would have been thrown straight out, why should Boro be a soft touch.

As for the second email, what a load of moaning rubbish, stop crying and get a sense of humour. The more reaction I read from the Geordies the more I love that banner. [^]

Jonny_Ingbar Posted on 15/03/2010 19:15
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What Jon said [rle]

Overtly celebrating an away goal as an away supporter in a home stand is asking for trouble.

Not one degree of sympathy here, sorry.


onthemap Posted on 15/03/2010 19:18
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So because it happens elsewhere it's ok?

The flag was spot on, the arseholes condoning violence, well, you're arseholes thats all there is to it.

borolad259 Posted on 15/03/2010 19:19
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Once more in total agreement with Mappy, on both counts.

Pogroy Posted on 15/03/2010 19:20
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onthemap, please attend some games before you comment about what is right and wrong to go on at them!

Jon77 Posted on 15/03/2010 19:22
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Whats it like in your world onthemap? A world where everyone gets on and loves each other lol
No one is condoning violence, it's just how it is when feelings are running high, those Geordie fans must have known that.

Anyone with any common sense would have kept quiet.

Holgatewall Posted on 15/03/2010 19:25
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In an ideal world all fans would be able to stand together and watch the game. Unfortunately this is not possible especially at local Derby games. The Newcastle fans should have know better than to go in the Home end.

That said, I can't condone violence. Unfortunately this is just something that happens at Football matches.It would have been seen as ' disrespectful' By The Boro fans just as it would have been if the opposite had happened at Newcastle.

surely some degree of common sense should have been applied.

guyb Posted on 15/03/2010 19:26
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Nobody's condoning Violence Mappy but there are certain things you just don't do.

I wouldn't walk around Newcastle or Sunlan in a Boro top because in both instances I expect I'd get a fat lip pretty quickly.

I don't want a fat lip but I am realistic enough to feel certain that I would receive one by pursuing a provocative course of action.

Assuming he didn't tell the club he was a Newcastle fan, thus entering the home section under false pretences and probably in violation of the safety at sports stadiums act, he wants to look at himself and his own actions for putting him and his wife in that position before he points fingers.

If a nutter jumps into the lions enclosure at the zoo, do we blame the lions when he gets mauled?

onthemap Posted on 15/03/2010 19:27
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So the majority of the site condones it? Ignorant arsewipes who can't handle the intimidation are encouraged?

Don't ever complain about scum kicking old men outside the Riverside or getting a pasting for singing songs in Rome, we have it would seem, more than our fair share of scum.

12_Afonso Posted on 15/03/2010 19:28
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I lived in Newcastle a few years ago, was walking out the ground after a 0-0 up their joint, I had a red shirt on, which was tucked in all around underneath my jacket, unknown to me abit had fell out and was revealed at the back.

As I was waiting to cross the road, a fat geordie ran up, smacked me in the side of the face from behind, spat at me and ran off.

XXXXXX this XXXXXX. Hes in our end, he got away light by their standards.

Pogroy Posted on 15/03/2010 19:33
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Some boy you mappy, hates violence but loves giving out the verbals!

Sea_Harrier Posted on 15/03/2010 19:35
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Mappy, never knowingly wrong.[rle]

red_shamrock Posted on 15/03/2010 19:36
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Stocktons full of Makems is it[:D]

Middlesbrough Jawdees[:D][:D]

onthemap Posted on 15/03/2010 19:37
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See the post before yours pogroy, was that ok in your little world?

Because they do it we should? Nothing but a little boy.

newyddion Posted on 15/03/2010 19:39
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Geordie Bob is a nob [:o)]

Pogroy Posted on 15/03/2010 19:42
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Your obviously a moron, its not condoned. Its what is to be expected! Do you understand?

Sea_Harrier Posted on 15/03/2010 19:44
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pog,

You're wasting your time. Mappy is perhaps on the same planet, but in a different universe.[rle]

newyddion Posted on 15/03/2010 19:46
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P. Holton should stick to sitting on his hands and keeping his clap shut [^]

littlejimmy Posted on 15/03/2010 19:46
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So telling someone that if they went to Saudi Arabia and pulled out an Israeli flag they could get shot is condoning murder?

Muttley Posted on 15/03/2010 19:47
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Mappy, if someone provokes a reaction who is to blame the provoker or those who react? Surely the blame is equally shared, without the provocation there is no reaction.

I expect you'll be sitting in the Newcastle section next time we meet and jumping up to celebrate should we score in the certain expectation that you will be ok? If not why not?

onthemap Posted on 15/03/2010 19:47
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"Its what is to be expected!"

If you're scum then yes it certainly is. Go kick a pensioner chav.

Pogroy Posted on 15/03/2010 19:49
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nice handbag mappie!

onthemap Posted on 15/03/2010 19:53
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Btw, how do you give "verbals" on a messageboard?

Scum and thick.

Pogroy Posted on 15/03/2010 19:55
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Messageboard tough guy you mappie! Tell me this if we went one nil up at st james and you were sat in the leazes end, would you jump up and celebrate and if so, what would you expect?

Daz_Ulster Posted on 15/03/2010 19:56
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What an idiot the first emailer is. I sat in the Newcastle Utd home end when them b@stards beat us 3-1. Me and my brother are both from Northern Ireland, hes a Newcastle man, I'm a Boro man and when we scored, I never opened my mouth. If I had of, I would have expected a kicking, so he can count himself lucky he never got more than a few threats.

As for the second email - I think we've found something that really winds those Skunks up!

onthemap Posted on 15/03/2010 20:02
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Don't get upset thicko, it's just a point of view, you're a silly little chav and until you grow up and realise there's no excuse for any of that you'll stay that way.

Sorry but you had to find out eventually.

Daz_Ulster Posted on 15/03/2010 20:03
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So onthemap, you're going to sit in the Newcastle end and cheer when we score then? Yeah?

Pogroy Posted on 15/03/2010 20:03
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Theres only one person getting upset, that appears to be you, still havent answered the question

red_shamrock Posted on 15/03/2010 20:04
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Smifter got it right imho,If you watch with Home fans where ever you go, don't have the arrogance to start jumping up and down and not expect a reaction.

Thats Football for you.....this isn't Rugby or Cricket.

I don't like anybody feeling Bullied or intimidated, and the fact that he supports Newcastle United while coming from Middlesbrough has no relevance each to their own thing.

I think its stupid to do what he did at a Football match and not expect chew.

Be honest do you think it was sensible?




onthemap Posted on 15/03/2010 20:06
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In answer to your question, I'd expect a kicking, like if I walked in front of a drunk driver I'd expect to be run down, the difference is I wouldn't condone it.

That clear enough chav?

Daz_Ulster Posted on 15/03/2010 20:08
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Like the way you add a wee insult to the end of each of your messages. Seems like you just feeling unloved eh onthemap?

I'm starting to think you love the attention an arguement on the internet brings you though. Awwww [pa]

onthemap Posted on 15/03/2010 20:10
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I can add the insults at the start if it stops you getting annoyed?

ThePrisoner Posted on 15/03/2010 20:10
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'Corporate'. Lost any interest there and then. So some minted lard arse splashed nearly 500 quid to shovel food and beer dwon his and his missus' face. What has that to do with football? Go to a restaurant and leave football to those who care.

thunderbird Posted on 15/03/2010 20:12
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Too many posts to catch up with but like the ones ive read the first is reasonably sensible the second rediculously stupid.

the second post says "I very much doubt that any of their fans would resort to making a flag about us.
It was fun for a short time but let it lie"

I wasnt at the game but could guess some Geordie songs about child abuse etc ehere sung.... so who should let what lie... The cleveland child abuse investigation didnt have much abuse in it when the dust settled.

People in glass houses and all that !

Daz_Ulster Posted on 15/03/2010 20:12
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If it makes you feel any better, go ahead [^]

kerouac Posted on 15/03/2010 20:14
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The bloke needs to wise up. I have sat in the Boro end for a few of our games at your place and know to keep quiet. If you jump up, people are going to get upset. As many have said, this is football and not rugby.

onthemap Posted on 15/03/2010 20:22
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The flag was spot on, unfortunately it would appear that they have as many little boy's who can't handle it as we have.


redwurzel Posted on 15/03/2010 20:22
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If a Boro fan was in the Leazes End of jumped up when we scored what would have happended to him?

For the the other poster please do some research on the Old Firm games ref, banners at least ours is funny and not out of the gutter - more funny than some Geordie obsessed with paedophilla for 90 minutes.

onion_budgie Posted on 15/03/2010 20:28
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Assuming he's not bull$hitting about any of it, Ormesby Bob the plastic millionaire trophy virgin does seems like a bit of an attention seeker. I bet he's got a personal reg plate as well.

As a 'family man', I wonder what he and his wife and kids make of the paedo chants about Teesside?


thornabyred Posted on 15/03/2010 20:29
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I was sat to the left of the bloke a couple of rows back,and yes I had a go like most of the others in the NW corner.And I couldnt care what people say, I dont have a problem with away fans in the right place or even if they are in the corner but respect where they are.
I have sat in the Stretford when we have won , just sat quiet and enjoyed the moment,same at Wolves,West Brom,Villa,Newcastle,Leeds,liverpool adn a couple of more games where I have had either corporate seats or bought my own just to get in to the games. Never gone mad if we scored . Its the done thing.

OPEO Posted on 15/03/2010 20:34
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The man is a grade A tit. The empathisers on here are grade B tits.

joebonano Posted on 15/03/2010 20:36
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£470 bar for two tickets.Who was cooking the meal Marco Pierre White?????

onthemap Posted on 15/03/2010 20:37
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"The empathisers on here are grade B tits."

You a C or a D?

OPEO Posted on 15/03/2010 20:55
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That's the breast you can come up with Mr Maps?[;)]

intheblood Posted on 15/03/2010 21:15
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If he didn,t know what to expect (which any of us would if we had tried it at "the circus")then I can only think that it,s the first time in all those thirty years of idolising the skunks that he,s actually been to a game.Mind you at that price, no wonder

MFCReece Posted on 15/03/2010 21:18
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oh well you got threatened for celebrating.... when we played the geordies at sid james last time in the prem i was in a box (scottish and newcastle breweries) we scored early on i got up and went ape shi.... this was followed by numerous death threats .. but i wasnt removed... suppose thats just lucky though eh?

ccole Posted on 15/03/2010 21:19
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I would be interested to know why,

a) twice a year, he wants a team from another area to beat his home town club

b) Why does he call himself "Geordie" Bob when he is from Doggie.

Should it not be "Doggie Bob who supports the team from the city up the road"

Foook him.

Manny-Being-Manny Posted on 15/03/2010 21:25
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It takes a bigger man to walk away from provocation.

borogedi86 Posted on 15/03/2010 21:37
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As everyone has already said, what did he expect would happen, sitting with the home fans and celebrating an away teams goal? Whether it was Newcastle or any other team the same thing would have happened. I sat in the home end at the stadium of sh1te a few years back when we won 3-1 and they got relegated (Only sat there coz we'd sold all of our allocation) was there any bother with me and the Sunderland fans? No coz I kept my mouth shut when we scored 3 goals. I sat there and enjoyed the match and new what would happen if I'd jumpped up celebrating a Boro goal in the Sunderland end.

HolgateCorner Posted on 15/03/2010 22:34
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the bloke is a complete idiot.

Those sticking up for him are just being argumentative.

He has every right to watch his team in any part of the stadium but he also has a duty to respect the passions and feelings of the opposition supporters he is sat amongst.

billybob Posted on 15/03/2010 22:38
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"He has every right to watch his team in any part of the stadium"

No he doesn't. The terms and conditions of entry specifically forbid away supporters sitting in areas designated for home supporters. As I said way up there ^^^ he's lucky he wasn't ejected from the stadium.

onthemap Posted on 15/03/2010 22:42
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Jesus, you need a clipboard mate.

The rule states he must not sit in rows G, F D, M or N and not eat a pie baked less than 5 miles from the ground.

Grow up ffs!

outmac Posted on 15/03/2010 22:43
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Seems like someone who has more money than
sense in more ways than one .
No sympathy for him .

kennymix Posted on 15/03/2010 22:43
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TBH he should have been ejected from the riverside

As corporate tickets it is made very clear that

You should NOT wear the opposing teams colours
You should NOT celebrate an opposing team scoring or openly support the opposition

I quite regularly go to stamford bridge on the wife's company season tickets & when we were in the prem i used these tickets for the Boro game & those points were made very clear to me before i attended

Also if i were to do any of the above the club would reprimand the company & not allow then to renew the following season they also have the right to revoke the season ticket if i were to cause a scene like this numpty did on saturday

Another thing even though i am sat in the corporate area even i have the sense to know if i were to celebrate the opposing team scoring i wouldn't make it out of there unhurt

this guy was very lucky to get away with it & as for the people saying its a disgrace the way we reacted would you be the same unpassionate flask bearing blanket wearing tell everyone to sit down & be quite unless we score or have a corner brigade who are doing their level best to sterilise the atmosphere cos it disturbs your peace i have one thing to say

this is football this is what happens in football stadiums not just in this country but all over the world at least there are still SOME fans out there who are still passionate about the Boro & take offence to not only an away supporter but a jaw-dee at that if this is not to your liking maybe you should take up supporting a sport that doesn't evoke such passion in its followers crown green bowls perhaps or maybe even extreme knitting

as for the banner funny as foook made even funnier by the fact it really touched a raw nerve well done guys keep it up[^]

Muttley Posted on 15/03/2010 22:45
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Try to grasp the difference between condoning an act and anticipating one. (@ Mappy)

onthemap Posted on 15/03/2010 22:48
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Why not play behind closed doors so you don't get all intimidated?

Muttley Posted on 15/03/2010 22:49
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Will you be attending St James in the future and celebrating a Boro goal in the home end?

If not why not?

NorthumbrianBoro Posted on 15/03/2010 22:51
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This thread is heavy, weighs a ton!

onthemap Posted on 15/03/2010 22:52
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Because it'll be full of chavs like you with the same views [^]

borolad259 Posted on 15/03/2010 22:54
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Yes, rules at away grounds involve sitting down, yet most of us stand, even when asked to sit by stewards. He got carried away by the moment, which is what I'd expect...I've done it. No-one has threatened violence though.
All this "he was a jawdee" stuff is just crap. A toon fan joined a few of us in the Riverside a couple of years ago, and I would have expected him to stand and be happy when they scored. I'm glad we were surrounded by Boro fans with an ounce of sense. I'd have been mortified if he'd been threatened with violence.

onthemap Posted on 15/03/2010 22:55
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Lots on here think it make them all manly.

Linny Posted on 15/03/2010 23:13
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It's been while since mappy has been on this form looking for bites. He used to say anything to get an argument going under Southgate. You never lose it sunshine do you?

ProudToComeFromTeesside Posted on 15/03/2010 23:43
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I've been in the home end at Sheff Wed when we played them, and apart from one little scrote sat next to me, got no chew when I went "Yes!!!", then promptly sat straight back down as Robbie Mustoe pulled a goal back to make it 2-1. The lad had been trying to provoke a reaction all game. I didn't rise to the bait and no other Sheff Wed fans batted an eyelid.

I have also been in corporate areas a couple of times at away grounds, and though I've celebrated our goals, have been sensible about it.

I have no problem with away fans in the home end as long as they behave themselves. Nowt wrong with them celebrating a goal as long as they don't over-do it and try to provoke a reaction from Boro fans. I think Geordie Bob should have known better though. There have been a few on here who've had experiences with the Neanderthals up the road at their place. As some have pointed out, he got off quite lightly compared to if the boot was on the other foot. I'm just amazed at how surprised he seems about the reaction he got.

Anyhow, I've not too much sympathy for someone from Doggy who supports the skunks.

Smogariffic_MFC Posted on 15/03/2010 23:44
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The "Geordie Corporate" in the NW corner is actually my mates dad. Add's to the match day banter if you ask me what he did, just more emotion was involved with it being against Newcastle.

Settle down children its all over now.

Pogroy Posted on 16/03/2010 00:14
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Onthemap your a clown, if somebody doesnt agree with you they are automatically a chav? wise up sweetheart! For somebody as self obsessed and who thinks they are so smart you clearly dont understand the difference between condoning something and understanding that it may or will probably happen. Your a pathetic attention seeker! If it was night you would say it was day just to be different.

Lisbonlegend Posted on 16/03/2010 00:17
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The man is a clown and deserved a beating, he got away lightly.

br14 Posted on 16/03/2010 05:56
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Can't be bothered to read all of the above, but if you jumped up to celebrate an opposition goal at Elland Road you'd be lucky to get out alive. And that's in the family enclosure!

I've sat next to opposition fans who could barely hold their joy at goals against the Boro, but not one of them jumped up and celebrated. They usually just sit with a big silly grin all over their faces.

Not surprised he was given some abuse - especially if it was the second goal.

Bernie_was_right Posted on 16/03/2010 08:01
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Teessider & he supports Newcastle?

Lowest of the low.

Boromart Posted on 16/03/2010 08:23
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Smogariffic_MFC, It would be over by now if the childish bloke hadn't written to Rob@fmttm complaining about the reaction of our fans, and lording it that he spends 400 notes on 2 footy tickets in a time when 1,000 of people have lost their jobs on Teesside.

Jon77 Posted on 16/03/2010 08:30
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Onthemap your a clown, if somebody doesnt agree with you they are automatically a chav? wise up sweetheart! For somebody as self obsessed and who thinks they are so smart you clearly dont understand the difference between condoning something and understanding that it may or will probably happen. Your a pathetic attention seeker! If it was night you would say it was day just to be different.

SPOT ON [rle]

Manfriday Posted on 16/03/2010 08:44
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Maybe im looking at it wrong but why didnt boro just give newcastle more tickets? The tickets we were given sold out very quickly so you were always gonna get newcastle fans being forced to buy tickets in home areas

Fletch Posted on 16/03/2010 09:03
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I hope the tw*t gets a slap in the workies or walking around the market today... [B)]

Geordie f*cking Bob indeed, w*nker... [:(!]

sasboro1 Posted on 16/03/2010 10:12
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sounds like our fans are just as bad at the mags and mackums. no one deserves a beating for just supporting a different team.

Kent_MFC Posted on 16/03/2010 10:23
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Bloke deserved a bat. If hes sat in our end against one of our biggest rivals and he celebrates like he did then he gets whats coming to him. The same as if one of our fans was sat in their end and celebrated, they would get a clip.

I was sat about 20 rows behind and lets just say he wasn't discreet. Stupid plastic mag.

Bandy Posted on 16/03/2010 10:28
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so to conclude......dont sit in the home end and celebrate in a local derby. There's a good chance you will get a bat because emotions run high. if you want to sit in the home end at plymouth or barnsley then celebrate if you must becuase there's a good chance nobody will give a flying

Boromart Posted on 16/03/2010 10:31
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Are we allowed to sit and cheer in the Gallowgate at skunksville? It shouldn't mean anything to them because we are not their derby [;)]

Having read on here about fans getting attacked at Sid James Park, then clearly the skunks don't just reserve aggressive and violent behaviour for local rivals, but dish it out indiscriminately to fans they don't care about. They really are the lowest kind of scum.

Bandy Posted on 16/03/2010 10:32
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football would be the sh its if we all got on and loved one another

MightyDuck Posted on 16/03/2010 10:45
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i've been corporate to 1 away game and it was man city when we qualified for europe. their fans wanted us chucked out and the stewards warned us several times to stop cheering.

the newcastle fans who sit in the boro corporate seats must expect this attitude. it happens all over the country. a friend of mine has experienced exactly the same thing at st james' when he's been in the corporate seats there.

my advice to the bloke in letter 1 is to enjoy the prawns and dont jump up and down like the idiot you obviously are.

whoever wrote letter 2 is obviously a bell end

sasboro1 Posted on 16/03/2010 10:51
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so cos other clubs would beat you up its ok for us to do the same? just shows we have as amny idiots as anyother clubs.

would be interesting to know what rob_fmttm's opinion is on all these boro fans who think violence at games is justified. he seems to be keepign quiet on it

MightyDuck Posted on 16/03/2010 10:53
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its hardly violence

Boromart Posted on 16/03/2010 11:08
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"so cos other clubs would beat you up its ok for us to do the same? just shows we have as amny idiots as anyother clubs."

a) clubs don't beat people up, 'fans' do.
b) no one (or very few people) has said it is ok to beat him up
c) no one doubts that we have some idiot fans, using one minor incident to gauge how we fare against other fans is a bit selective.
d) no one was attacked in this instance

We don't all live in our own little bubbles.

It's called society, if people act in a self indulgent, uncontrolled and anti-social manner, then reactions happen.

A home stand for 2 hours a week is a mini-society with it's own rules that everyone is aware of. If you want to act anti-social (within those boundaries) that's your call but don't whine about the consequences.

He got verbals, so bloody what, this is such a mountain out of a molehill, half of you on here wouldn't have lasted 5 mins at Ayresome.

sasboro1 Posted on 16/03/2010 11:11
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"its hardly violence"

i'm talking about people on here saying he deserved a good hiding.no one deserves a good hiding for supporting their team or having a bit of banter. had he committed a serious crime or something?

ccole Posted on 16/03/2010 11:14
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"had he committed a serious crime or something?"


Newcastle fan from Doggie? Guilty as charged your honour[V]

Scubahood Posted on 16/03/2010 11:24
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I never knew so many Boro fans were such pacifistic fannies. [V]

Have some fcking pride in your territory.

oooooo Posted on 16/03/2010 11:26
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"Have some fcking pride in your territory."

That sounds utterly pathetic!

Scubahood Posted on 16/03/2010 11:32
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No it doesn't. I'll tell you what sounds pathetic:

"If people want to support their team in our end, they're more than welcome to, let's all rub eachothers' penises at the same time and go by the saying 'may the best team win'."


Hercules Posted on 16/03/2010 11:38
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onthemap, for somebody who often tells people to consider following a different sport or that they don't understand the game, you have come across as extremely naive on this thread.

Also, if I go to SJP and wear a Boro shirt in the home end I EXPECT to get battered. That doesn't mean I would CONDONE the home fans battering me.

The same principal applies to the corporate Geordie. I EXPECTED him to get a slap. That doesn't mean I CONDONED it.

Is that clear for you? You seem to have got very worked up about this for no reason.

Manfriday Posted on 16/03/2010 11:45
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Scuba do you cokc your leg every 5 mins to 'mark you territory? Sounds more like gangs of newyork than a football match, and for that reason im ooot

Lisbonlegend Posted on 16/03/2010 11:47
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Sas, there is nothing wrong with violence per se, it depends entirely on the context of that violence and in this case it is justified.

icarus1965 Posted on 16/03/2010 12:10
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anyone who goes in the co operate area is asked not to wear colours etc, but common sence . you sit and watch the match and enjoy, ...

don,t do what he did, it,s just asking for trouble...

why put on how much he payied ????...

big time charlie from doggy..


Scubahood Posted on 16/03/2010 12:15
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"Scuba do you cokc your leg every 5 mins to 'mark you territory? Sounds more like gangs of newyork than a football match, and for that reason im ooot"

No, I didn't mean it in that sort of manner. Think of it from a seagulls point of view, if a gull ventures onto another gulls patch, it fully expects a t_vvatting, which the gull whose patch it is duly dishes out. However, as the gull expects a t_vvatting, it usually thinks better of it and doesn't bother in the first place.

Simple.

row_7 Posted on 16/03/2010 13:46
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Couldn't see from the opposite side of the pitch but was 'Geordie Bob' a fat bloke about 40-odd with glasses?

Everything else on the email fits with a bloke I know from Ormesby (and yeah he's a chunt)

Manfriday Posted on 16/03/2010 13:53
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So football fans are the equivalent of 2 sh1tehawks fighting over a greasy chip wrapper?

Pogroy Posted on 16/03/2010 15:49
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Im still waiting for an answer to my question as to what onthemaps reaction would be to a boro goal if he was in the newcastle end and what he would expect? not condone. However answering this question would prove everyones point so he stays clear of answering it. If he does reply it will be to insult myself and probably others by calling us chavs and knucklescrapers.

towz Posted on 16/03/2010 15:55
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This is a joke. An away fan celebrating a goal in the home end should expect and probably deserve to get a bat as it's stupid, ignorant, disrespectful and just downright taking the p!ss to celebrate an away goal if you're sat with home fans. Anyone who thinks anything else either really care about the team they support or are happy to have the p!ss taken out of them. I am not in any way condoning violence or saying we should go back to the hooliganism of the 80s, just that away fans sat in a home end should have some common sense. Would you go to a funeral and get p!ssed and make an rse of yourself and not expect a bat from an aggrieved relative? Similar principle

Manny-Being-Manny Posted on 16/03/2010 16:08
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Comparing football fans to seagulls....we're slowly getting to the truth.

Scubahood Posted on 16/03/2010 17:41
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I see the words 'tongue', 'in', and 'cheek' are lost on most people here...

robbso Posted on 16/03/2010 18:04
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Problem with this tongue in cheek lark,is the person doing it tends to dribble in an unsavoury manner[smi]

skymasterson Posted on 16/03/2010 18:16
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It is one thing to think that he was a bit naive to jump up when his team scored which he clearly was. It is another thing ttoally to not realise that it is a sad state of affairs that that is the case. I was once at Highbury watching the Boro and when Arsenal scored a youngish lass jumped up when arsenal scored and there were grown men shouting at her and threatening her. Sad really. I don't like any team that the Boro are playing but I am not childish enough to not be able to handle someone supporting their team next to me and anyone that feels angered or threatened by that needs to have a long hard look at themselves!!

Manny-Being-Manny Posted on 16/03/2010 19:14
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I think it can be traced back to Neanderthal times..........football is still back there.

Aurora Posted on 16/03/2010 19:18
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two words sum it up - arrogant jordies.

walking back to the ststion i hearda couple talking ; why aye i canna ooonderstand way they divunt like oos like;

they just dont get it - we hate arrogant jordies and makum scum - any other person in the home end (xcept chelsea, leeds and one or two others) would b tolerated


bblf Posted on 16/03/2010 19:44
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Speaking as a supporter who spent many a 1970/80s away day being chased by Geordie thugs whenever we visited Newcastle I would like to say I couldn't give a XXXXXX.
Boo hoo did the big bad steward make you move.