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Re: Birmingham vs Aston Villa

Postby Marky » March 11th, 2019, 11:07 am

Percy plunkett wrote:Unfortunately,Brum will now get fined for the actions of one fan,like us when some idiot threw a coin at the linesman against Swansea.Unlike us though,this fan will get all he deserves coming to him.


Pitch invasions are a lot more preventable than coin throwing.
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Re: Birmingham vs Aston Villa

Postby Stanley Weinstein » March 11th, 2019, 11:17 am

Marky wrote:
Percy plunkett wrote:Unfortunately,Brum will now get fined for the actions of one fan,like us when some idiot threw a coin at the linesman against Swansea.Unlike us though,this fan will get all he deserves coming to him.


Pitch invasions are a lot more preventable than coin throwing.


A lot more fun as well.Does anyone remember Maidenhead away when Guppy scored an injury time winner? Great times.
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Re: Birmingham vs Aston Villa

Postby Stan A. Einstein » March 11th, 2019, 11:25 am

Stanley Weinstein wrote:
Marky wrote:
Percy plunkett wrote:Unfortunately,Brum will now get fined for the actions of one fan,like us when some idiot threw a coin at the linesman against Swansea.Unlike us though,this fan will get all he deserves coming to him.


Pitch invasions are a lot more preventable than coin throwing.


A lot more fun as well.Does anyone remember Maidenhead away when Guppy scored an injury time winner? Great times.


One of the distinguishing features of my posts is that I am not an idiot. Which this person clearly is.

Again a person has now been charged. Comment by any number of posters above, whilst no doubt genuine are a contempt of court. And I would suggest that this thread is now taken down.
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Re: Birmingham vs Aston Villa

Postby whoareya » March 11th, 2019, 11:32 am

Calm down Brenda

Have you contacted every other media outlet, football forum, commentator and pundit around the world who have also commented on it?
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Re: Birmingham vs Aston Villa

Postby Stan A. Einstein » March 11th, 2019, 11:39 am

whoareya wrote:Calm down Brenda

Have you contacted every other media outlet, football forum, commentator and pundit around the world who have also commented on it?


Comments such as 'I hope he enjoys his time in jail' are a contempt of court. A man has been charged with a criminal offence. He is innocent. Unless or until he is convicted he remains innocent.

I don't know what you do/did for a living. Whatever it was I suspect you know much more about your trade/craft/profession than I do.

Please extend me the same courtesy.
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Re: Birmingham vs Aston Villa

Postby Stanley Weinstein » March 11th, 2019, 11:41 am

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whoareya wrote:Calm down Brenda

Have you contacted every other media outlet, football forum, commentator and pundit around the world who have also commented on it?


Comments such as 'I hope he enjoys his time in jail' are a contempt of court. A man has been charged with a criminal offence. He is innocent. Unless or until he is convicted he remains innocent.

I don't know what you do/did for a living. Whatever it was I suspect you know much more about your trade/craft/profession than I do.

Please extend me the same courtesy.


Bore off mate, and stop trying to impersonate me with your username.
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Re: Birmingham vs Aston Villa

Postby Stanley Weinstein » March 11th, 2019, 11:43 am

Stan A. Einstein wrote:
One of the distinguishing features of my posts is that I am not an idiot.


Hmmmmmm.
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Re: Birmingham vs Aston Villa

Postby Stan A. Einstein » March 11th, 2019, 1:08 pm

The person who committed the assault has now pleaded guilty. You can all now comment.

For me I think that for whatever reason some people behave in a way which I don't understand. For most of us, jokes about rivals are merely banter. Unfortunately for some individuals it becomes real.

Not defending what this person did. But he strikes me as a very sad individual. Condemn his actions but he is somebody's son and as such is, in the true sense of the word, pathetic.
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Re: Birmingham vs Aston Villa

Postby UPTHEPORT » March 11th, 2019, 1:18 pm

Stan A. Einstein wrote:The person who committed the assault has now pleaded guilty. You can all now comment.

For me I think that for whatever reason some people behave in a way which I don't understand. For most of us, jokes about rivals are merely banter. Unfortunately for some individuals it becomes real.

Not defending what this person did. But he strikes me as a very sad individual. Condemn his actions but he is somebody's son and as such is, in the true sense of the word, pathetic.


Not being funny at you Bren but he basically had to plead guilty the evidence was rather overwhelming
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Re: Birmingham vs Aston Villa

Postby Stan A. Einstein » March 11th, 2019, 1:25 pm

UPTHEPORT wrote:
Stan A. Einstein wrote:The person who committed the assault has now pleaded guilty. You can all now comment.

For me I think that for whatever reason some people behave in a way which I don't understand. For most of us, jokes about rivals are merely banter. Unfortunately for some individuals it becomes real.

Not defending what this person did. But he strikes me as a very sad individual. Condemn his actions but he is somebody's son and as such is, in the true sense of the word, pathetic.


Not being funny at you Bren but he basically had to plead guilty the evidence was rather overwhelming


Not being funny but until he pleaded guilty he was entitled to be presumed innocent.
Also it was and possibility still is the case that he may have severe problems with mental illness. He clearly has problems of some kind.

I'm with the Quakers on this one. Hate the sin not the sinner.
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Re: Birmingham vs Aston Villa

Postby rncfc » March 11th, 2019, 1:26 pm

UPTHEPORT wrote:
Stan A. Einstein wrote:The person who committed the assault has now pleaded guilty. You can all now comment.

For me I think that for whatever reason some people behave in a way which I don't understand. For most of us, jokes about rivals are merely banter. Unfortunately for some individuals it becomes real.

Not defending what this person did. But he strikes me as a very sad individual. Condemn his actions but he is somebody's son and as such is, in the true sense of the word, pathetic.


Not being funny at you Bren but he basically had to plead guilty the evidence was rather overwhelming


:lol: :lol: :lol:

Reminds me of that nutter who was shooting people with crossbows a few years back.

"Could you please confirm your name?"

"The crossbow cannibal"

"And how do you plead?"

"Not guilty your honour".
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Re: Birmingham vs Aston Villa

Postby Mr Figo » March 11th, 2019, 1:44 pm

Football needs to be careful because before long there will be the inevitable crusade for fences to be put back up again - which would be disastrous.
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Re: Birmingham vs Aston Villa

Postby Stan A. Einstein » March 11th, 2019, 1:52 pm

Mr Figo wrote:Football needs to be careful because before long there will be the inevitable crusade for fences to be put back up again - which would be disastrous.


Agree entirely.

We know of the tragedy of Hillsborough. We know of the tragedy of Bradford City. Thank God we don't know of the tragedy which would have happened if the stand at Valley Parade been fenced in.
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Re: Birmingham vs Aston Villa

Postby George Street-Bridge » March 11th, 2019, 2:12 pm

It wasn't fenced, but there was some sort of wall people had to clamber over.
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Re: Birmingham vs Aston Villa

Postby Stan A. Einstein » March 11th, 2019, 2:19 pm

George Street-Bridge wrote:It wasn't fenced, but there was some sort of wall people had to clamber over.


My point George is had the stand been fenced in thousands would have died.
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