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2 hours ago, Marc505 said:

As I'm a euro football whore I actually like Union and Hertha ūüėÄ Hertha at the Olympiastadion was the first game I ever saw abroad so always felt something for them. They should be massive and successful considering the city they represent, but just consistently mismanaged¬†

It’s a fair shout. Difficult to tell if it’s a football city or just not a Hertha city. 

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1 hour ago, Johnnyrotten said:

So Utd, Everton, Blackburn, PNE and Wigan lost badly at home.

City and Liverpool had poor/unlucky away defeats.

And we won away.

We've had worse weekends. 

Yeah, but David Walliams hasn't been arrested yet.

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4 hours ago, jayjayoghani said:

Also why when Spain moan at us about Gibraltar they should be told to fuck off. 

Going there today. On the way back out, I'll tell the passport checkers ;)

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23 hours ago, Marc505 said:

As I'm a euro football whore I actually like Union and Hertha ūüėÄ Hertha at the Olympiastadion was the first game I ever saw abroad so always felt something for them. They should be massive and successful considering the city they represent, but just consistently mismanaged¬†

 

you ever come across these football times?

superb content - https://thesefootballtimes.co/

i've also got the full collection bar spain and river plate - https://thesefootballtimes.shop/collections/magazine  :D

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52 minutes ago, L/H White said:

 

you ever come across these football times?

superb content - https://thesefootballtimes.co/

i've also got the full collection bar spain and river plate - https://thesefootballtimes.shop/collections/magazine  :D

I got a Fiorentina one, they're really well put together!

Seen quite a lot of people on my twitter feed went to Boca v River yesterday I think they're all linked to Transalpino, looked incredible 

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41 minutes ago, Marc505 said:

I got a Fiorentina one, they're really well put together!

Seen quite a lot of people on my twitter feed went to Boca v River yesterday I think they're all linked to Transalpino, looked incredible 

defo a bucket list job  

trying to get a napoli game in soon 

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21 minutes ago, L/H White said:

defo a bucket list job  

trying to get a napoli game in soon 

(Apart from the daft bastard who was seen with a River Plate tattoo and got kicked half to death, there's been no away fans allowed at derbies for years!)

Aye I want to do that as well, and see Naples in general. Done loads of northern Italy but I expect the south to feel like a different country altogether!

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15 minutes ago, athywhite1958 said:

Ream is having a shocker tonight

I'm amazed every time I see the Fulham line up in the Prem and he's playing.  Fair enough in the championship playing for a top 2 or 3 team, but never a Prem player, simply not strong enough.  Always pleasing to see needless fannying around at the back punished.  I lose count of that type of goal I see every week in the Prem and EFL.

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4 minutes ago, deeane Koontz said:

Fulham fans filming Chelsea players celebrating their goals. Proper weirdo behaviour. 

For Fulham fans read tourists.

Apparently tickets v Man U in that new stand are £160, but as little as £80 for juniors.

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It annoys the fuck out of me when players lose the

1 hour ago, Johnnyrotten said:

For Fulham fans read tourists.

Apparently tickets v Man U in that new stand are £160, but as little as £80 for juniors.

Fucking winds me up when players lose the ball then go down rolling around like they've broke their leg to get the ref to stop the game, Enzo of Chelsea is a fucking rat, Ken Walmsley used to say to players "get up you soft cunt"

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11 hours ago, Marc505 said:

(Apart from the daft bastard who was seen with a River Plate tattoo and got kicked half to death, there's been no away fans allowed at derbies for years!)

Aye I want to do that as well, and see Naples in general. Done loads of northern Italy but I expect the south to feel like a different country altogether!

You aren't wrong. If you speak Italian, don't expect to understand much of dialetto Napoletano!

Atmosphere at the games is brilliant. Their ultras are ultra in everything they do. Just remember how much you hate Verona and they'll adopt you like a son 

Be wary walking the streets. Their skills at thievery are top of the league.

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15 hours ago, deeane Koontz said:

Crikey, you'd have to be a one of a kind cunt to do what that Sheffield Wednesday fan did.

 

15 hours ago, DirtySanchez said:

Claims he did it in response to Sunderland fans showing Sheff Utd's badge ūüėÉ

Already lost his job and been found guilty in court, sentenced next month, suggestion he could go to prison 

https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/sunderland-sheffield-wednesday-bradley-lowery-31072460

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1 hour ago, Zico said:

 

Already lost his job and been found guilty in court, sentenced next month, suggestion he could go to prison 

https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/sunderland-sheffield-wednesday-bradley-lowery-31072460

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Aye, tbf his parents did name him "Dale". I don't think I've ever meet a Dale that wasn't a dickhead.

Just another Dickhead Dale off the conveyor belt.

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59 minutes ago, deeane Koontz said:

 

Aye, tbf his parents did name him "Dale". I don't think I've ever meet a Dale that wasn't a dickhead.

Just another Dickhead Dale off the conveyor belt.

Prison seems harsh though, a ban from Hillsborough would probably suffice, along with the fact he's lost his job

I'm in no way defending what he did but relatively speaking when you see what crimes are committed where the offender is spared jail he could feel hard done by if he got sent down

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10 minutes ago, Zico said:

I'm in no way defending what he did but relatively speaking when you see what crimes are committed where the offender is spared jail he could feel hard done by if he got sent down

A horrible, obnoxious, braggart & lout who's explanation for this was "I was high on cocaine". His behaviour is horrible & I'm pleased he's been called out.

But he held up his phone with the photo of a child who sadly died of cancer some time ago. I'm wondering how the cops have stretched that to a charge let alone potential jail time.

Ban him from Hillsborough, from all football grounds. His Company had already parted ways. The rest is extreme.

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12 minutes ago, Zico said:

Prison seems harsh though, a ban from Hillsborough would probably suffice, along with the fact he's lost his job

I'm in no way defending what he did but relatively speaking when you see what crimes are committed where the offender is spared jail he could feel hard done by if he got sent down

'Outraging Public Decency' apparently. I've not heard of that before. I kinda wished I never googled it too.. A noteable case from wiki -

 

The foetus earrings case

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In December 1987, artist Rick Gibson exhibited a pair of earrings made with freeze-dried human foetuses at the Young Unknowns Gallery in London. On 3 December 1987 the earrings were seized by the police.[15]

 

On 11 April 1988, Gibson and the gallery owner Peter Sylveire were formally charged with the common law offences of exhibiting a public nuisance and outraging public decency. This was the first occasion on which the charge of outraging public decency had been preferred in more than 80 years.[16]

 

The trial started on 30 January 1989. On 6 February 1989 the public nuisance charge was dismissed.[17]

 

The defence raised a point of law, that "outraging public decency" was no longer known in law so long after the last occasion on which the charge had been preferred. The judge ruled that it could still be preferred no matter how long the hiatus, provided the facts fitted the offence. On 9 February 1989 the jury found Gibson and Sylveire guilty of outraging public decency. Gibson was fined £500 and Sylveire was fined £300.[18][19][20][21][22]

 

The defence appealed on the point of the validity of the charge of outraging public decency, which was dismissed by the Court of Appeal, which upheld the trial judge's ruling and went some way to restating the law in this area.[23]

 

 

 

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