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Brunt !

mrsblue

Banned
Joined
Oct 15, 2012
Messages
9,419
Disgraceful actions from an Albion fan,once captured the culprit should face 5 year's in prison and banned from every sporting arena forever!
 

OldBlueLady

Junior Blues Coordinator⭐
Joined
Dec 27, 2007
Messages
48,171
Location
Benfleet
Not sure 5 years imprisonment is an appropriate sentence for the crime, but certainly should be banned permanently.
 

BrettieAngell

THE ROCK GOD
Joined
Oct 26, 2003
Messages
19,642
Location
Southend
Surely with the amount of cameras around nowadays they should be bale to pick the guy out. What a ****ing scumbag btw.
 

Chalky

Coach
Joined
Mar 27, 2014
Messages
1,499
Disgraceful behaviour from any fans, never mind your own! Also saw a video of millwall fans attacking police yesterday. A lot of trouble is happening in football lately.
 

Bearded Shrimper

Well-known member
Joined
Sep 8, 2011
Messages
3,043
Location
South London
one thing i wonder is why is it so much worse that it hit a player than all the coins that fans throw at each other?
i totally agree that what happened was a disgrace, but there wasn't the same condemnation for, for example, Col U fans throwing coins at ours (or probably ours throwing them back)

it is really worrying that there seems to be an increase in trouble around football recently
 

Chalky

Coach
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Messages
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You couldn't make it up! Chelsea fans just throwing coins at city players while they were celebrating..
 

MK Shrimper

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Messages
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I'm sure there are some Millwall fans that aren't ******s. But I'm basing this on the majority.

Really? In these plastic Premiership football days, most Chelsea "fans" are kids under the age of 10 or people living in the far east. Every club has it's majority of idiots, even ours.
 
Joined
Nov 13, 2006
Messages
9,554
Location
Westcliff
I've seen on the BBC that Baggies fans are throwing money into a bucket this time and given it to Brunt so that he can donate it to a charity of his choice.

Nice touch from the real fans!

I have been surprised by how much was made of one of our 'fans' jumping on the pitch at col u but the fact that Millwall attacked three policeman has gone nearly un-noticed. How they get away with it week in week out is beyond me.
 
Joined
May 26, 2015
Messages
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They do it week in, week out, that's why. No point reporting something we all know is going to happen anyway.
 
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