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Re: FEV Sunday Wed Jun 02, 2021 12:19 pm  

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Greg Florimos Boots wrote:
I think he should apologise but don't think he should be removed. I mean who makes up the money he has put in? Its not like the club is rolling in money.


Not even issued a statement even though its made the examiner lets be fair he is not going to apologize

https://www.examinerlive.co.uk/news/wes ... m-20718876
Re: FEV Sunday Wed Jun 02, 2021 12:28 pm  

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terry silver wrote:
His tone and language towards fans at fans forums in the past have left a lot to be desired and is foul language on sunday to fans weather they were in the wrong or not was way out of order

The fans language is not always great to say the least! As has been posted before I'm sure his total frustration boiled over. If the 'wonderful barmy army' had got their thick skulls together and done as they were asked this would not have taken place. The rules were stated again and again before and during the game but they decided to ignore it. Is like speeding and then moaning about the police when you get caught. They should take the blame and responsibility of their actions. The council would be in their rights to stop supporters attending games and I'm sure the same people who bemoaned Mr Lawrence having a go at them would bemoan the council when it all stems from them not doing as they are asked to do. Bloody idiots in society who refuse to accept responsibility for their own actions. :FRUSRATED: Up The Panthers. #Support the Chairman
Re: FEV Sunday Wed Jun 02, 2021 12:32 pm  

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hooligan27 wrote:
Not even issued a statement even though its made the examiner lets be fair he is not going to apologize

https://www.examinerlive.co.uk/news/wes ... m-20718876

It should be the idiots at the top of the south stand apologizing.
Re: FEV Sunday Wed Jun 02, 2021 1:57 pm  

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Russell didn't deserve a place Sunday, however was guaranteed it as part of the loan agreement.

However, I expect Grix at 1, Woodburn-Hall at 4, Russell at 7 and Barber at 12 for next week.

Woodburn-Hall and Borough can feel a little peeved being moved about to make way for players that haven't earned their way in
Re: FEV Sunday Wed Jun 02, 2021 2:16 pm  

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Faxlore wrote:
The fans language is not always great to say the least! As has been posted before I'm sure his total frustration boiled over. If the 'wonderful barmy army' had got their thick skulls together and done as they were asked this would not have taken place. The rules were stated again and again before and during the game but they decided to ignore it. Is like speeding and then moaning about the police when you get caught. They should take the blame and responsibility of their actions. The council would be in their rights to stop supporters attending games and I'm sure the same people who bemoaned Mr Lawrence having a go at them would bemoan the council when it all stems from them not doing as they are asked to do. Bloody idiots in society who refuse to accept responsibility for their own actions. :FRUSRATED: Up The Panthers. #Support the Chairman

He went straight up to individuals in the south stand with no face covering on not maintaining social distancing putting himself and them at risk swearing before they had even said a word and your defending that i have no problem with him doing as he preaches and asking people at least initially in a Seville manner to abide by the rules and then if they don't by all means kick them out but he behaved like a complete hypercritical prat on drugs if only the players could get that fired up
Re: FEV Sunday Wed Jun 02, 2021 2:20 pm  

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terry silver wrote:
He went straight up to individuals in the south stand with no face covering on not maintaining social distancing putting himself and them at risk swearing before they had even said a word and your defending that i have no problem with him doing as he preaches and asking people at least initially in a Seville manner to abide by the rules and then if they don't by all means kick them out but he behaved like a complete hypercritical prat on drugs if only the players could get that fired up

They weren’t Social distancing! That’s why he was so pussed off! And you need to learn how to construct a sentence and use full stops.
Re: FEV Sunday Wed Jun 02, 2021 2:34 pm  

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Faxlore wrote:
They weren’t Social distancing! That’s why he was so pussed off! And you need to learn how to construct a sentence and use full stops.

He wasn't social distancing by getting in there faces and he wasn't wearing a face covering either as for my grammar i will be in the south stand on sunday you tell me when and where and you can show me the error of my ways to my face
Re: FEV Sunday Wed Jun 02, 2021 2:49 pm  

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Maybe he our chairman could channel his passion/energy or whatever you call it at the council and question why our restrictions appear to be significantly more than other clubs and stadiums. The Govt rules on stadia do not state masks need to be worn expect indoors or fully covered areas, e.g. toilets, entering the stadium etc. And refreshments can be served as long as the customer can then take it back and consume at their seat/place in the stadium. Very few people in the East Stand were wearing masks including the club’s own personnel, but I didn’t see anyone get challenged – seems like he may have made a beeline for the “balmy army”?
Re: FEV Sunday Wed Jun 02, 2021 3:20 pm  

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gizempo wrote:
Maybe he our chairman could channel his passion/energy or whatever you call it at the council and question why our restrictions appear to be significantly more than other clubs and stadiums. The Govt rules on stadia do not state masks need to be worn expect indoors or fully covered areas, e.g. toilets, entering the stadium etc. And refreshments can be served as long as the customer can then take it back and consume at their seat/place in the stadium. Very few people in the East Stand were wearing masks including the club’s own personnel, but I didn’t see anyone get challenged – seems like he may have made a beeline for the “balmy army”?


Has anyone seen photos of the music event at the Piece Hall on Sunday? No social distancing of any kind there.
Loving the hypocrisy of some.
Re: FEV Sunday Wed Jun 02, 2021 5:30 pm  

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Bubba wrote:
Has anyone seen photos of the music event at the Piece Hall on Sunday? No social distancing of any kind there.


Exactly
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