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Dear me 18:42 - Oct 8 with 3713 viewsOldjack

warra a dipstick ,

https://www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/cardiff-city-fan-disg

Prosser the Tosser dwells on Phil's bum hole like a rusty old hemorrhoid ,fact You Greedy Bastards Get Out Of OUR Club!

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Dear me on 12:52 - Oct 9 with 945 viewsVincent_Vega

Dear me on 09:46 - Oct 9 by fbreath

I wonder what film they were about to watch on the TV?


Deliverance?

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Dear me on 12:58 - Oct 9 with 939 viewsNotLoyal

Dear me on 20:08 - Oct 8 by MrSwerve

When you think about it, it is rediculous. The banter is great at rugby games where fans mingle.

I guess in football there’s a greater chance of p*ssed-up tw@ts trying to throw a punch at you, though.


Rugby has as many tw@ts in the ground imo. It's just that the majority police it themselves. However the amount of arrests and drunken behaviour after a Wales game is shocking. Unlike football it's never considered rugby related.

And as for racism, ask Glenn Webb.
[Post edited 9 Oct 2019 13:21]

Everyone thinks someone is a cûnt, even those who they don’t thinks are cûnts are cûnts to someone else.
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Dear me on 15:26 - Oct 9 with 864 viewsLeonWasGod

Dear me on 19:42 - Oct 8 by monmouth

He was bit of a dick doing it, but it’s a shame that you can’t do it. I think the Stewards should have let him cover it up at his own risk and warned him to take care at full time when leaving. I’m sure the stewards at the liberty have never been so harsh on the Scouse and manure plastics and they are the worst of the worst.


This. It's obviously a no, no. But it'd be nice if it wasn't. If you sneak into the home end it's no colours and sitting on your hands - everyone knows this.
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Dear me on 17:43 - Oct 9 with 822 viewsmonmouth

Dear me on 12:58 - Oct 9 by NotLoyal

Rugby has as many tw@ts in the ground imo. It's just that the majority police it themselves. However the amount of arrests and drunken behaviour after a Wales game is shocking. Unlike football it's never considered rugby related.

And as for racism, ask Glenn Webb.
[Post edited 9 Oct 2019 13:21]


I’ve felt pretty uncomfortable at Leicester for the rugby. There was no banter between mixed fans there. Very nasty.

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Dear me on 20:06 - Oct 9 with 776 viewsBrynmill_Jack

Dear me on 15:26 - Oct 9 by LeonWasGod

This. It's obviously a no, no. But it'd be nice if it wasn't. If you sneak into the home end it's no colours and sitting on your hands - everyone knows this.


Looks like he hasn’t attended many away games. Or football games full stop.

Each time I go to Bedd - au........................

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Dear me on 21:25 - Oct 9 with 747 viewsWarwickHunt

Dear me on 12:52 - Oct 9 by Vincent_Vega

Deliverance?


Fûck me - their kids would be uglier than a mud fence.
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Dear me on 22:58 - Oct 9 with 705 viewsSlugster664

Dear me on 12:58 - Oct 9 by NotLoyal

Rugby has as many tw@ts in the ground imo. It's just that the majority police it themselves. However the amount of arrests and drunken behaviour after a Wales game is shocking. Unlike football it's never considered rugby related.

And as for racism, ask Glenn Webb.
[Post edited 9 Oct 2019 13:21]


From his experiences 30 years ago?

STID

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Dear me on 03:15 - Oct 10 with 662 viewsSwanDownUnder

He knew what he was doing, looks like a c*ck. Trying to impress his mates in The Queens Castle.
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Dear me on 14:28 - Oct 10 with 583 viewsNotLoyal

Dear me on 22:58 - Oct 9 by Slugster664

From his experiences 30 years ago?


Indeed, IMO nothing has changed that much.

Everyone thinks someone is a cûnt, even those who they don’t thinks are cûnts are cûnts to someone else.
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Dear me on 18:44 - Oct 10 with 523 viewskarnataka

Dear me on 15:26 - Oct 9 by LeonWasGod

This. It's obviously a no, no. But it'd be nice if it wasn't. If you sneak into the home end it's no colours and sitting on your hands - everyone knows this.


Agreed, I've done it quite a few places, Bristol City, Bristol Rovers, Port Vale and Birmingham spring to mind amongst others. You have to be sensible.
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Dear me on 23:48 - Oct 11 with 422 viewsTNT

Dear me on 18:44 - Oct 10 by karnataka

Agreed, I've done it quite a few places, Bristol City, Bristol Rovers, Port Vale and Birmingham spring to mind amongst others. You have to be sensible.


Only places I've done it is Cardiff and West Ham...circumstances prevailed m'lud.

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Dear me on 11:50 - Oct 12 with 347 viewskarnataka

Dear me on 23:48 - Oct 11 by TNT

Only places I've done it is Cardiff and West Ham...circumstances prevailed m'lud.


Respect! Tougher places than the ones I mentioned.

I was in the West Ham home section a few years ago when Fabianski got sent off but I was there with 3 Irons fans by invitation as my company gives them a lot of work. I didn't do any cheering as there was sfa to cheer about that day.
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