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1 hour ago, Rudy said:

Dodged getting a round in

Seriously though, has she actually done anything offensive apart from being "lairy" and swearing a lot?

P.S She should be banned purely for that Ronaldo celebration thing, and so should all the pink weirdos egging her on.

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3 hours ago, Leyther_Matt said:

Not much chance of finding one of those on Tuesday 😊 

(Just stopped at Gloucester services. I can’t say you didn’t warn me)

Good isn’t it? They must have some money in deepest, darkest Gloucestershire.

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On 21/10/2021 at 12:20, Cheese said:

Seriously though, has she actually done anything offensive apart from being "lairy" and swearing a lot?

P.S She should be banned purely for that Ronaldo celebration thing, and so should all the pink weirdos egging her on.

Still scratching my head why a bunch of grown men are playing about with a child. 

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Just now, Matt Lofthouse said:

Still scratching my head why a bunch of grown men are playing about with a child. 

Possibly same kind of reason grown men stood about laughing when "Fat Frank" had his pants pulled down in public at WBA years ago.

1. People like a freak show 

2. People can be right cunts 

Of course option 3 might be they're just turbononces.

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35 minutes ago, Marc505 said:

Possibly same kind of reason grown men stood about laughing when "Fat Frank" had his pants pulled down in public at WBA years ago.

1. People like a freak show 

2. People can be right cunts 

Of course option 3 might be they're just turbononces.

Or all 3.

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2 hours ago, Matt Lofthouse said:

Still scratching my head why a bunch of grown men are playing about with a child. 

Him with the green coat has more questions to answer than the kid

Fwiw, I prefer her nonsense to dicks chucking ale about

Them sorts need exterminating

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1 hour ago, Casino said:

Him with the green coat has more questions to answer than the kid

Fwiw, I prefer her nonsense to dicks chucking ale about

Them sorts need exterminating

Ale chucking seems a big thing now. Don't understand it and never will, especially at the price for a pint.

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33 minutes ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

Ale chucking seems a big thing now. Don't understand it and never will, especially at the price for a pint.

I’ve wanted to throw a few pints at the ground but because they’re shite 

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2 hours ago, Casino said:

Him with the green coat has more questions to answer than the kid

Fwiw, I prefer her nonsense to dicks chucking ale about

Them sorts need exterminating

I may be wrong here but I THINK that’s the guy who spent the whole game either right at the front, but mostly giving the V to the Plymouth fans, who were some distance to our right. He was constantly walking up and down next to the netting. 

In any normal game, it wouldn’t have been tolerated. However I believe the game/away end was ran predominantly by stewards who were extremely understanding and tolerant. 

He must have been told a hundred times, no exaggeration. 
 

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I don't get why anyone old enough to drink goes into the ground early to booze rather than finding a pub, & then become a nuisance to other Bolton fans by getting mouthy & throwing ale around. My guess is that they're mostly k & f types who don't like to lose sight of their coaches.

Finding & chancing "foreign " pubs was  always part of the fun of away trips !!!

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10 minutes ago, bolton va va said:

I don't get why anyone old enough to drink goes into the ground early to booze rather than finding a pub, & then become a nuisance to other Bolton fans by getting mouthy & throwing ale around. My guess is that they're mostly k & f types who don't like to lose sight of their coaches.

Finding & chancing "foreign " pubs was  always part of the fun of away trips !!!

I've been guilty of this in the past so I'm obviously just getting old and hypocritical now but one thing that annoyed me Tuesday was that it was an absolute ballache of a journey however people got there, so in that case why spend 80% of the game downstairs in a breezeblock concourse chanting at eachother? Do it upstairs in the stands!

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9 minutes ago, bolton va va said:

I don't get why anyone old enough to drink goes into the ground early to booze rather than finding a pub, & then become a nuisance to other Bolton fans by getting mouthy & throwing ale around. My guess is that they're mostly k & f types who don't like to lose sight of their coaches.

Finding & chancing "foreign " pubs was  always part of the fun of away trips !!!

We couldn’t get into any pubs and we were there nearly 2 hours before kick-off.

The only ones near the ground had massive queues and the weather was absolutely shocking. Everyone was getting even more drenched waiting to get in. 


Going back and entering the ground was our only option to both get dry and get a drink. 

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7 minutes ago, captainmed said:

We couldn’t get into any pubs and we were there nearly 2 hours before kick-off.

The only ones near the ground had massive queues and the weather was absolutely shocking. Everyone was getting even more drenched waiting to get in. 


Going back and entering the ground was our only option to both get dry and get a drink. 

Fair enough if you couldn't get in anywhere. We went in the town centre where there were any number of pubs, got a bus up to the ground & then a couple of ours got into the Wetherspoons (Brittania ) nearest the ground. 

We heard later that some who went into the centre came unstuck because there were no taxis to be had & walking it in that rain wasn't an option  !!

 

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1 minute ago, bolton va va said:

Fair enough if you couldn't get in anywhere. We went in the town centre where there were any number of pubs, got a bus up to the ground & then a couple of ours got into the Wetherspoons (Brittania ) nearest the ground. 

We heard later that some who went into the centre came unstuck because there were no taxis to be had & walking it in that rain wasn't an option  !!

 

It was the Britannia that we tried queuing outside. 
 

Just about getting dry now 😂

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What was strange was that we got to Britannia at around 5.00 and it was reasonably busy. By 6.00 it had quietened down. This coincided with the bouncers making it one in - one out, despite it being a lot quieter an hour earlier.

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On 19/10/2021 at 13:51, Leyther_Matt said:

Just seen Doyle, Sarcevic and Brockbank strolling through the city centre 😂 

Knew I'd seen this on Plymouth thread. Just Brockbank to go then. 

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