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He was saying it could turn nasty. I was at Rovers last Saturday, and we had a woman who was telling people to shut up and support the team. As she was a female nothing ensued other than being told, we pay our money we will do what we want.
Now if that had been a guy, it could have sparked a scuffle. That is what the post is referring to, not that he will be getting out his Doc Martens and knuckle duster, and belting the first pro Oyston fan who he comes across.
Sorry I'm out tonight, could get tasty on here.
Erm, there was 2 chaps at Barnsley telling all the 'Crazy Gang' in the bottom corner to stop being negative and support the team, and 1 person shouted back "Fuck off".
This is my point, 10-15 years ago them 2 pro-Oystons would've got served
I didnt know fans didnt clap in the 90s.
Take a breather, stop shaking like a shitting dog at the prospect of violence and read it again.
You'll get there.
The title of your thread is called fighting at bloomfield road and go on to say you have to fight for whats right as there will be inevitable heated exchanges - whilst villifying people who have a different opinion of Oyston than yoi
Sounds.like condoning violence between our own fans to me.
T77 still thinks (hopes) it's the days of our 90's hardcore crowd. Nothing tomorrow like I mentioned .
The people with the "guts" etc he mentions have either given up following the club whilst Oystons are in charge, or they've been banned.
We've got fans now who clap subs, clap to a drum, clap the attendance, and clap away fans for singing funny songs.
So rest assured, bar a few of the new crazy chants the South Stand Massive will have made up on MSN about Oyston, not much will happen.
I like your enthusiasm though T77.
As for the protests, the last time there was this much unrest amongst fans, it resulted in the idiot in charge walking out after black coffins were carried to their house, black balloons released every game and a protest on the pitch.
To be fair I couldn't think of anything worse than meeting a load of Blackpool fans in their replica tops stood at a bar telling you what time they set off and "how they avoided traffic on the 55", however, with social media how it is now, our happy clappers do tend to enjoy meeting strangers in the same pub, so all Paul is doing is actually offering you all that chance and he gets bullied for it. Even if he is on commission, what's it matter, you've got a cheap boozer and free food. Sniff a fiver out in a storm and you'll go far.
If I remember rightly last year the old bill made sure anyone going home on the train were not allowed to purchase drinks from any of the bars, resulting in Tangerine Wizard the loud mouthed Dutch looking bastard get arrested.
So a boozer that the police have allowed sounds your best shot at getting a drink.
Stick to Twitter rumours Michael.