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Brum derby 12:12 - Mar 10 with 5055 viewspencoedjack

Tasty affair

Shite punch by a fan on Grealish
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Brum derby on 14:04 - Mar 10 with 1532 viewsDyfnant

Brum derby on 13:32 - Mar 10 by Loyal

Decent goal by freakish, I'm still not sure why stewards and this time police decide to get involved with players and supporters when they are celebrating, it just makes it worse. One steward there was punching everything he could get to, will be be arrested ?


2 coppers were strong arming him down the tunnel

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Brum derby on 14:07 - Mar 10 with 1524 viewsLeonWasGod

Brum derby on 13:48 - Mar 10 by union_jack

This derby is far more explosive than our own it seems.

I got caught up in a battle between Villa and Brum fans on Corporation Street in the 80s whilst at University. Police horses everywhere even going into C&As. The stores all put their shutters down and I managed to get the right side of them and safe. Quite frightening though.


Wolves was another bad one around that time. Loads of shops used to do the same and pull their shutters down. It was a ghost town in Saturday afternoon.
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Brum derby on 14:28 - Mar 10 with 1470 viewssainthelens

Brum derby on 13:48 - Mar 10 by union_jack

This derby is far more explosive than our own it seems.

I got caught up in a battle between Villa and Brum fans on Corporation Street in the 80s whilst at University. Police horses everywhere even going into C&As. The stores all put their shutters down and I managed to get the right side of them and safe. Quite frightening though.


Not surprised, back in the day C and A did a nice line in horse blankets.
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Brum derby on 14:30 - Mar 10 with 1459 viewsdickythorpe

That one cúnt has tarred us.

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Brum derby on 14:38 - Mar 10 with 1431 viewstrinityann

Brum derby on 14:02 - Mar 10 by Jonathans_coat

Certainly becoming more common.

In Italy, most stadiums have netting or fencing separating fans from each other, and the pitch to stop trespass/missiles. Much more of this nonsense, and it will be introduced in the UK.

This issue is not confined to football. Loutish “anti-social” behaviour seems to be on the rise all over the UK. The recent increase in Knife crime is a side effect of this.


Austerity brings an increase in football hooligans. While footballers earn 300k a week compared to £300 a week for retail worker, its a recipe for disaster.
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Brum derby on 14:46 - Mar 10 with 1403 viewsploppy

Grealish went down easily mind. Typical.
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Brum derby on 15:18 - Mar 10 with 1332 viewsJackfath

Hypocritical posts once more on here. We had a fan run on he pitch, run up to player during our last season in the top flight. I pointed out it was only a matter of time before someone assaulted a player. I was rounded upon by the usual suspects who branded it “pashun”.

Yet again I’m proved to be a season or two ahead of most on here.

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Brum derby on 15:25 - Mar 10 with 1323 viewssainthelens

Brum derby on 15:18 - Mar 10 by Jackfath

Hypocritical posts once more on here. We had a fan run on he pitch, run up to player during our last season in the top flight. I pointed out it was only a matter of time before someone assaulted a player. I was rounded upon by the usual suspects who branded it “pashun”.

Yet again I’m proved to be a season or two ahead of most on here.


Do you think police horses should have been allowed into C and A.
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Brum derby on 15:48 - Mar 10 with 1271 viewsDarran


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Brum derby on 15:57 - Mar 10 with 1249 viewsJackfath

Brum derby on 15:48 - Mar 10 by Darran



The team he supports should give him a ban too. What an utter oxygen thief.

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Brum derby on 15:57 - Mar 10 with 1252 viewsepaul

Brum derby on 14:04 - Mar 10 by Dyfnant

2 coppers were strong arming him down the tunnel



The hair and the beard have gone I am now conforming to society, tis a sad day The b*stards are coming back though

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Brum derby on 15:59 - Mar 10 with 1243 viewsepaul

Brum derby on 15:48 - Mar 10 by Darran



I just came across that just now, speechless, young lad had better watch his back wtf is wrong with people, I dispare

The hair and the beard have gone I am now conforming to society, tis a sad day The b*stards are coming back though

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Brum derby on 16:06 - Mar 10 with 1221 viewsdickythorpe

Pondlife ruin our game

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Brum derby on 16:10 - Mar 10 with 1204 viewsraynor94

Brum derby on 14:38 - Mar 10 by trinityann

Austerity brings an increase in football hooligans. While footballers earn 300k a week compared to £300 a week for retail worker, its a recipe for disaster.


Footballers earned £100 a week in the sixties, things like this never happened then.

Austerity, a feeble excuse for low life thugs

You give it out, you take it back it`s all part of the game

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Brum derby on 16:29 - Mar 10 with 1155 viewspencoedjack

Brum derby on 15:48 - Mar 10 by Darran



That’s one sick fuker
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Brum derby on 17:11 - Mar 10 with 1067 viewsProfessor

Brum derby on 16:29 - Mar 10 by pencoedjack

That’s one sick fuker


Sub-human scum. Probably looking forward to a knock on the door from John Law soon
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Brum derby on 17:15 - Mar 10 with 1052 viewsBanosswan

The boy's address has already been put online. Barrington Patterson is on his case.

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Brum derby on 17:16 - Mar 10 with 1052 viewsjackal

Brum derby on 15:48 - Mar 10 by Darran



Just when you think human beings can't sink any lower. This cvnt comes along.

Beggars belief.
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Brum derby on 17:21 - Mar 10 with 1032 viewsswan65split

Brum derby on 17:16 - Mar 10 by jackal

Just when you think human beings can't sink any lower. This cvnt comes along.

Beggars belief.
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Fecking terrible . What the hell is wrong with people!
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Brum derby on 18:23 - Mar 10 with 923 views3swan

Brum derby on 17:21 - Mar 10 by swan65split

Fecking terrible . What the hell is wrong with people!


You can't even wonder what goes through some peoples minds.

Sick individual
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Brum derby on 18:49 - Mar 10 with 856 viewsBanosswan

Someone's run on and pushed Smalling in the utd Arsenal game. Some sort of collective psychosis going on between footfall fans?

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Brum derby on 19:11 - Mar 10 with 816 viewsJonathans_coat

Brum derby on 18:49 - Mar 10 by Banosswan

Someone's run on and pushed Smalling in the utd Arsenal game. Some sort of collective psychosis going on between footfall fans?


Not just in football though is it? It’s happening all through society.

Who’d have thought we’d have a president Trump and Britain leaving the EU.

Russian agents openly assassinating people in the UK, the US cosying up to North Korea.

“Alternative facts” and conspiracy theories now totally acceptable in the place of truth and reason.

Kids carrying knives in UK cities just to feel “safe”, or commiting assault or even murder to gain prestige.

All these things were almost unthinkable as recently as 2015, but since then the world seems to have reached some sort of psychological breaking point where societal norms, common sense and human decency have been discarded and rejected as weaknesses. Sorry to be so doom and gloom, but it does seem that a point of human entropy has been entered.
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Brum derby on 19:25 - Mar 10 with 783 viewspencoedjack

Brum derby on 17:15 - Mar 10 by Banosswan

The boy's address has already been put online. Barrington Patterson is on his case.


Not a bloke you’d want banging your front door.
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Brum derby on 19:45 - Mar 10 with 727 viewsJACKMANANDBOY

Brum derby on 19:11 - Mar 10 by Jonathans_coat

Not just in football though is it? It’s happening all through society.

Who’d have thought we’d have a president Trump and Britain leaving the EU.

Russian agents openly assassinating people in the UK, the US cosying up to North Korea.

“Alternative facts” and conspiracy theories now totally acceptable in the place of truth and reason.

Kids carrying knives in UK cities just to feel “safe”, or commiting assault or even murder to gain prestige.

All these things were almost unthinkable as recently as 2015, but since then the world seems to have reached some sort of psychological breaking point where societal norms, common sense and human decency have been discarded and rejected as weaknesses. Sorry to be so doom and gloom, but it does seem that a point of human entropy has been entered.


Good post, the post truth nonsense now seems to be the usual way if doing things for people who should be setting standards in society.

You can trace it back to Nixon in my lifetime, Alistair Campbell and Blair adopted it and now everyone seems to. There a good programme on Radio 4 called ' More or Less' which examines news stories to ascertain the facts behind the stories, you can find it on BBC Sounds, it's fascinating how much manipulation of the truth goes on even on relatively minor news stories.
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Besian Idrizaj Forever a Jack

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Brum derby on 21:50 - Mar 10 with 571 viewsAndy1300

Brum derby on 14:02 - Mar 10 by Jonathans_coat

Certainly becoming more common.

In Italy, most stadiums have netting or fencing separating fans from each other, and the pitch to stop trespass/missiles. Much more of this nonsense, and it will be introduced in the UK.

This issue is not confined to football. Loutish “anti-social” behaviour seems to be on the rise all over the UK. The recent increase in Knife crime is a side effect of this.


Napoli ground had a huge net separating us from their fans, they still threw bottles at us though

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