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No poppy 21:22 - Nov 4 with 5443 viewsbuilthjack

That pr1ck McClean again. Not even a rainbow one.

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No poppy on 01:57 - Nov 5 with 1079 viewsNotLoyal

No poppy on 22:40 - Nov 4 by ladyjack

Are you stupid or something, he is Irish, the British might well have done terrible things to his forefathers, he is from the Creggan, the British army killed lots of people from there on Bloody Sunday [shot in the back most of them].

If he doesn't wear a poppy I totally understand and that is his choice, personally in his case I would raise an eyebrow if he did wear one given his background.

PS I always wear a red poppy.


Plenty of people from Londonderry killed Welsh men want a list?

OK I've changed it.
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No poppy on 06:01 - Nov 5 with 1028 viewsjackal

MacLean doesn't wear a poppy because of his anti- English principles.

However these principles don't stop him working and living in England, and earning lots of English cash.

Fvcking hypocrate.
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No poppy on 06:15 - Nov 5 with 1018 viewsOldjack

No poppy on 00:51 - Nov 5 by Joe_bradshaw

Freedom of speech doesn’t restrict people to only say things that you agree with.

It’s not difficult.


but my point is, he wouldn't have that freedom of speech if the Nazis were now at the helm ,it's not difficult

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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No poppy on 06:55 - Nov 5 with 989 viewsladyjack

No poppy on 06:15 - Nov 5 by Oldjack

but my point is, he wouldn't have that freedom of speech if the Nazis were now at the helm ,it's not difficult


Don't know about freedom of speech, but its said they were denied basic civil rights which would come under the same category.

Anyway I wouldn't worry about him if I was you Oldjack.
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No poppy on 09:05 - Nov 5 with 940 viewsfelixstowe_jack

No poppy on 22:40 - Nov 4 by ladyjack

Are you stupid or something, he is Irish, the British might well have done terrible things to his forefathers, he is from the Creggan, the British army killed lots of people from there on Bloody Sunday [shot in the back most of them].

If he doesn't wear a poppy I totally understand and that is his choice, personally in his case I would raise an eyebrow if he did wear one given his background.

PS I always wear a red poppy.


He is not irish if he was born in NI he is British. If he want to stick to his principles let him move to the republic and play in the Irish league.

Poll: Who wants "valleyboy" banned from our forum so he can post on cardiff's forum ?

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No poppy on 09:17 - Nov 5 with 928 viewsladyjack

No poppy on 09:05 - Nov 5 by felixstowe_jack

He is not irish if he was born in NI he is British. If he want to stick to his principles let him move to the republic and play in the Irish league.


If you are born in the North of Ireland you are entitled to an Irish passport, McClean plays for the Republic of Ireland and has played in the Irish league.
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No poppy on 09:19 - Nov 5 with 927 viewsCountyJim

No poppy on 21:49 - Nov 4 by Oldjack

thousands of young men give their lives for his freedom of speech ,he should show respect ,The Nazis would have shot him,horrible kant


Those thousands of men fought to give him the choice
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No poppy on 09:30 - Nov 5 with 915 viewsjackal

No poppy on 09:19 - Nov 5 by CountyJim

Those thousands of men fought to give him the choice


He should show them respect, then?
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No poppy on 09:31 - Nov 5 with 907 viewsdna

Freedom of choice ………….. unless you want to see Chubby Brown at The Grand !!!!
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No poppy on 10:02 - Nov 5 with 881 viewsswan65split

No poppy on 09:17 - Nov 5 by ladyjack

If you are born in the North of Ireland you are entitled to an Irish passport, McClean plays for the Republic of Ireland and has played in the Irish league.


Born in LondonDerry
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No poppy on 10:34 - Nov 5 with 849 viewsmagicdaps10

Those men fought for us all and fought to allow us our freedom of speech.... To allow Mr McLean his freedom of speech.

Out of curiosity, what are his views on the IRA? They have been well publicised.

Poll: Swing low sweet chariot, should it be banned?

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No poppy on 11:01 - Nov 5 with 829 viewspencoedjack

A James McClean poppy thread on par with flags threads.

For the record I think hes a c unt.
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No poppy on 12:10 - Nov 5 with 790 viewsperplex

Have any of you guys watched a documentary series called the Troubles you can download load it as it's on BBC iPlayer, perhaps it will educate you a little.
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No poppy on 12:28 - Nov 5 with 771 viewsAustinIsOurHero

He does this every year. Why are people still shocked?

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No poppy on 12:56 - Nov 5 with 739 viewsNeath_Jack

No poppy on 12:28 - Nov 5 by AustinIsOurHero

He does this every year. Why are people still shocked?


Being outraged is fashionable at the moment, see also virtue signalling.

I want a mate like Flashberryjacks, who wears a Barnsley jersey with "Swans are my second team" on the back.
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No poppy on 13:54 - Nov 5 with 685 viewsjacabertawe

No poppy on 10:02 - Nov 5 by swan65split

Born in LondonDerry


No, that would be "Derry".
"Londonderry" has always struck me as a bit silly.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derry

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No poppy on 13:55 - Nov 5 with 685 viewsmagicdaps10

No poppy on 12:10 - Nov 5 by perplex

Have any of you guys watched a documentary series called the Troubles you can download load it as it's on BBC iPlayer, perhaps it will educate you a little.


Luckily being married to a Donegal girl and my father in law who was in the gardai, I have first hand experience on the "Derry" individuals that we are discussing.

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No poppy on 15:56 - Nov 5 with 623 viewscentrestandswan

The whole Spurs team on Sunday didn't wear poppies on their shirts I seem to recall. Not seen that mentioned .

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No poppy on 16:14 - Nov 5 with 607 viewspencoedjack

No poppy on 15:56 - Nov 5 by centrestandswan

The whole Spurs team on Sunday didn't wear poppies on their shirts I seem to recall. Not seen that mentioned .


Would imagine they will pay their respects on Saturday (9th) when they are home to Sheff Utd.

McClean won't.
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No poppy on 16:31 - Nov 5 with 591 viewsjackal

No poppy on 15:56 - Nov 5 by centrestandswan

The whole Spurs team on Sunday didn't wear poppies on their shirts I seem to recall. Not seen that mentioned .


They didn't refuse to wear them as an insult to the fallen.
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No poppy on 17:19 - Nov 5 with 561 viewsswan65split

No poppy on 13:54 - Nov 5 by jacabertawe

No, that would be "Derry".
"Londonderry" has always struck me as a bit silly.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derry


https://www.skyscanner.net/flights-from/ldy/cheap-flights-from-derry-airport.htm
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No poppy on 17:37 - Nov 5 with 540 viewsSlugster664

No poppy on 00:12 - Nov 5 by ladyjack

Its what the enquiry said, the wiki page gives some details of the injuries you can check yourself.


No need to check, have colleagues whom I believe more than some wiki page...next thing you're going to say is they were carrying out a peaceful protest, they were all women and children(sounds similar to our neighbours up the m4 lol)I've carried out several 'tours' over there and believe me, their peaceful protesters ain't as peaceful as you'd like to think...even their kids have medals for stone throwing!

STID

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No poppy on 18:30 - Nov 5 with 514 viewsladyjack

Kids hey.
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No poppy on 18:43 - Nov 5 with 507 viewsNortbankboy

No poppy on 18:30 - Nov 5 by ladyjack

Kids hey.


Bring back internment
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No poppy on 18:52 - Nov 5 with 498 viewsFlashberryjack

No poppy on 23:02 - Nov 4 by Nortbankboy

There should no political symbols allowed on football
Shirts


The Poppy isn't a political symbol, it's just an emblem of respect.

Although some people will try to make a political/sexuality point out of it.

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