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Dear me 18:42 - Oct 8 with 2998 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 19:20 - Oct 8 with 2168 viewsplasjack

Utter pond life, sorry frogs you have more intelligence.
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Dear me on 19:25 - Oct 8 with 2148 viewslifelong

Don’t see anything wrong with it.
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Dear me on 19:35 - Oct 8 with 2115 viewsbluey_the_blue

Dear me on 19:25 - Oct 8 by lifelong

Don’t see anything wrong with it.


Reading tickets tends to help...
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Dear me on 19:42 - Oct 8 with 2085 viewsmonmouth

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.

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Dear me on 19:44 - Oct 8 with 2080 viewsbluey_the_blue

Sounds like he covered it up to get in.

Yes, in an ideal world everyone can sit together in peace and harmony, but he knew what he was doing.

Running straight to media to get refund?

GTFO.
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Dear me on 19:56 - Oct 8 with 2037 viewsSwanjaxs

Some would say the stewards prevented him from getting battered?

Always thought it odd why anyone over the age of 16 would wear a football shirt to games anyway 🤔

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Dear me on 20:08 - Oct 8 with 1979 viewsMrSwerve

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.

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Dear me on 20:09 - Oct 8 with 1975 viewsbluey_the_blue

There's trouble with pissed up egg chasers at internationals don't forget.

Difference is, football is vile hooligans, egg chasing it's just "hijinks".
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Dear me on 20:12 - Oct 8 with 1968 viewsJinxy

"They surrounded me with my wife"

She's not exactly Kate Moss but that's still harsh. Nice pose mind.
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Dear me on 20:19 - Oct 8 with 1940 viewsplasjack

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.


Rubbish, any mingling of supporters is inflammatory in football.
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Dear me on 21:26 - Oct 8 with 1773 viewsPacemaker

Dear me on 20:19 - Oct 8 by plasjack

Rubbish, any mingling of supporters is inflammatory in football.


Fans mix with no problem in Germany, and you can have a beer in the stands.

Life is an adventure or nothing at all.

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Dear me on 21:35 - Oct 8 with 1751 viewsBLAZE

Dear me on 19:56 - Oct 8 by Swanjaxs

Some would say the stewards prevented him from getting battered?

Always thought it odd why anyone over the age of 16 would wear a football shirt to games anyway 🤔


And I've always thought it odd why anyone over the age of 16 would give a f*ck what another adult chooses to wear

*No, I don't own a football kit
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Dear me on 21:41 - Oct 8 with 1729 viewsSwanjaxs

Dear me on 21:35 - Oct 8 by BLAZE

And I've always thought it odd why anyone over the age of 16 would give a f*ck what another adult chooses to wear

*No, I don't own a football kit


Calm down dear ... 🤣🤣🤣🤣

You might think I've forgotten, but one day, when you least expect it, my time will come.
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Dear me on 21:53 - Oct 8 with 1702 viewstylagarwjack

Dear me on 21:41 - Oct 8 by Swanjaxs

Calm down dear ... 🤣🤣🤣🤣


I thought being in the “wrong end” of a football match was illegal anyway?
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Dear me on 22:11 - Oct 8 with 1664 viewsFieryJack

Their curtains are crap as well - and need ironing - and also the curtain rail is not straight.

Outright nutters, the pair of them.
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Dear me on 22:19 - Oct 8 with 1635 viewsBrynmill_Jack

Dear me on 21:26 - Oct 8 by Pacemaker

Fans mix with no problem in Germany, and you can have a beer in the stands.


Yeah and if any fans were to be territorial you’d think it would be them!

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

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Dear me on 22:27 - Oct 8 with 1612 viewsBluebird

Am i the only one wishing he'd had a few hard clips round the ear
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Dear me on 22:29 - Oct 8 with 1608 viewsjackrabbit

Dear me on 21:53 - Oct 8 by tylagarwjack

I thought being in the “wrong end” of a football match was illegal anyway?


Eh?
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Dear me on 22:31 - Oct 8 with 1602 viewsHumpty

Dear me on 22:27 - Oct 8 by Bluebird

Am i the only one wishing he'd had a few hard clips round the ear


Hopefully.
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Dear me on 23:08 - Oct 8 with 1547 viewsmajorraglan

It would nice if people could go to a game and sit in any part of the ground that they wanted to, whilst there are lots of tidy people at games there are quite a few neanderthals who are more than happy to engage in a bit of bother. This Muldoon is lucky he got escorted out of the ground by stewards and the boys in blue before he had his face rearranged. If your going in the wrong end then you need to cover up, plain and simple.
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Dear me on 06:48 - Oct 9 with 1358 viewspencoedjack

Dear me on 19:56 - Oct 8 by Swanjaxs

Some would say the stewards prevented him from getting battered?

Always thought it odd why anyone over the age of 16 would wear a football shirt to games anyway 🤔


Maybe he should speak with the man & his 16 year old brother, Man Utd fans who was set upon & thrown over a set of stairs by a group of Cardiff fans when he wore a Utd top at legoland

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/uk-wales-48691617
[Post edited 9 Oct 6:54]
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Dear me on 07:02 - Oct 9 with 1345 views1983

Their teeth are the same colour as their curtains

Prosser is a tosser FACT!!

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Dear me on 09:46 - Oct 9 with 1170 viewsfbreath

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

We are the first Welsh club to reach the Premier League Simples

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Dear me on 09:53 - Oct 9 with 1160 views1983

Fair play they don't look the sharpest pieces of Lego.

Prosser is a tosser FACT!!

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Dear me on 10:04 - Oct 9 with 1141 viewsTimTtam

What a surprise. Wales Online doing an extremely long piece related to Cardiff.

If he wants to sit with his wife, he should have either not worn a scum shirt, or worn a jacket over the top. He should have known he couldn't openly sit there as a scum supporter. That's the way it is in football.

It's a shame the games can't be how it is in Australian sport. Generally there are areas where supporters will group together, but you can sit wherever you want. It's very common to see couples or friends who support the opposite teams.

My name is Matt

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