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Been hearing how the Government is now going to pass a law banning racist social media abusers being banned from attending football matches.

That's at least half of Chelsea and Millwall season tickets up the creek

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11 hours ago, Dimron said:

Been hearing how the Government is now going to pass a law banning racist social media abusers being banned from attending football matches.

That's at least half of Chelsea and Millwall season tickets up the creek

Valid as that would be Dim, the government could have issues with human rights on that. We can’t even deport proven criminals so whilst it may sound good, in practise it may prove difficult. Really, we need the Social Media companies to step up and out these cretins who shame all of us.

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7 minutes ago, SirNatsDog said:

Valid as that would be Dim, the government could have issues with human rights on that. We can’t even deport proven criminals so whilst it may sound good, in practise it may prove difficult. Really, we need the Social Media companies to step up and out these cretins who shame all of us.

Human rights? 
Football banning orders have been going for years

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8 hours ago, jayjayoghani said:

As an aside, hell of a penalty from Macguire.

Indeed. Exactly as they should be. Thump, top corner, hard as Hell. No stuttering run, no attempt at mind games. If there'd not been a net I think it would still be going.

No-one on Earth is going to save it.

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4 minutes ago, Dr. Feelgood said:

Indeed. Exactly as they should be. Thump, top corner, hard as Hell. No stuttering run, no attempt at mind games. If there'd not been a net I think it would still be going.

No-one on Earth is going to save it.

Yeah but the probability of  scoring with speed and aiming for the top corner is a lot harder than keeping it down 

Low & hard decreases the chance of some poor cunt in the upper tier getting it square in the chops 

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2 hours ago, Rudy said:

Yeah but the probability of  scoring with speed and aiming for the top corner is a lot harder than keeping it down 

Low & hard decreases the chance of some poor cunt in the upper tier getting it square in the chops 

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5 hours ago, Rudy said:

Yeah but the probability of  scoring with speed and aiming for the top corner is a lot harder than keeping it down 

Low & hard decreases the chance of some poor cunt in the upper tier getting it square in the chops 

Agreed. Except low & hard does give the keeper a chance. High doesn't.

These are, pressure notwithstanding, the nation's very best. They should be abled to manage.

But either is some way ahead of the silly run ups, the odd flick and any number of other such sundries.

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29 minutes ago, RONNIE PHILLIPS said:

Any method is fine if its successful, however, if you do the haka before you take it & miss then you look a right cunt & are rightfully the recipient of mass ridicule. 

Pretty much.

Iirc, Kevin Davies tended to go high, and although we didn't get many, he scored.

This in itself always made me smile, as much as anything because I always thought he'd miss- his run up never filled me with confidence!

 

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