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« Reply #570 on: Tuesday, January 4, 2011, 17:55:07 »

Around this time last night I heard the team news on the radio heading out to watch the game and was shocked to hear that Cuthbert had been relegated to the bench and outstanded to hear that Alan O'Brien was starting.  It was the first time that I had really started to doubt Wilson.  I think the people who I watched the game with were left in no doubt at what I thought of Town's chances.

However I was absolutely delighted to eat my words as I witnessed a bloody good performance by Town, it has probably been said all before but I thought the pairing of Morrison and Frampton were immense.  I was even impressed by Timlin and Prutton.

Charlton were poor but it was great to see Town punish a team who were obviously under performing and we deserved the 3 points.  Pleased for Wilson and pleased for the fans who made the trip to The Valley who obviously had more faith than me.

The past couple of games against Bournemouth and Charlton have summed up this season perfectly.  Onwards to Oldham.
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« Reply #571 on: Tuesday, January 4, 2011, 17:55:28 »

Good tactics Mr Wilson the change to 4-5-1 seemed to work for large parts

Still not sold on O'brien but for a pork pie or 2 he'll leave and get us a bit of money


the guy Crash was involved in 2 of our goals and still gets moaned at.
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« Reply #572 on: Tuesday, January 4, 2011, 18:34:43 »

I'm pissed off there are no pics of Charlie doing 'the sprinkler' in front of the Charlton fans.

Prime desktop wallpaper material.
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« Reply #573 on: Tuesday, January 4, 2011, 19:13:59 »

My supposed and untrue miserable cunt demeanor still has fuck all to do with the fact most of the people who get kicked out deserve it.

Its usually young wannabe 'hooligans' who always claim its nazi stewards and they've never done anything wrong - despite the fact they have.

...oh and if we are going to throw insults around I'll go with the classic (...but also true) fat and ginger.

good day.

Stewards seem to bully the small followings now.

Big club's with big away followings get away with whatever they want, but if you only take 300, expect to be hassled.

Its yet another advantage of supporting a big club.
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« Reply #574 on: Tuesday, January 4, 2011, 19:55:18 »

Stewards seem to bully the small followings now.

Big club's with big away followings get away with whatever they want, but if you only take 300, expect to be hassled.

Its yet another advantage of supporting a big club.

I can't think of any other advantages - what are they?
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« Reply #575 on: Tuesday, January 4, 2011, 21:30:48 »

I'm pissed off there are no pics of Charlie doing 'the sprinkler' in front of the Charlton fans.

Prime desktop wallpaper material.

I want to know what it is he did? (Please tell me he pissed on the crowd.)
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« Reply #576 on: Tuesday, January 4, 2011, 21:32:35 »

The sprinkler dance the cricketers did last week.  I hand behind the head, the other arm out in front moving round juddering like a lawn sprinkler going round.
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« Reply #577 on: Tuesday, January 4, 2011, 22:30:20 »

Just seen the 10 minute long highlights on player. Much better than the extended highlights on the FLS last night.
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« Reply #578 on: Tuesday, January 4, 2011, 22:30:46 »

Plymouth will rocket up to 12th if they beat Bristol Rovers, thus highlighting the importance of last nights win.
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« Reply #579 on: Tuesday, January 4, 2011, 22:40:30 »

The sprinkler dance the cricketers did last week.  I hand behind the head, the other arm out in front moving round juddering like a lawn sprinkler going round.

Ah, I see. I don't watch cricket.  Cool
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« Reply #580 on: Tuesday, January 4, 2011, 22:54:50 »

It's a new dance sensation. I can't believe there isn't a video of Ricky Shakes demonstrating it
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« Reply #581 on: Tuesday, January 4, 2011, 23:31:49 »

Stewards seem to bully the small followings now.

Big club's with big away followings get away with whatever they want, but if you only take 300, expect to be hassled.

Its yet another advantage of supporting a big club.
i complained bout this and got this responce
Dear Mr Burrows

Thank you for your E mail.

These are the facts regarding the incidents in The Jimmy Seed Stand at last nights match. If, after reading this, you wish to take this complaint to 'higher authority', then please feel free to do so.

All 8 ejections were recorded on CCTV.
One of the persons ejected was arrested for a public order offence. That person had, in February 2010, only just finished a 3 year Football Banning Order.

A group of around 15 Swindon fans had been identified by CO 11 at 13.00 causing problems in Central London. Our local Police were notfiied and went to meet them. The group came to The Valley before the South Stand box office had opened. They then went to our West Stand box office and a confrontation took place with some Charlton fans.

Following this they went to the Antigalician public house and later attempted to enter the Conservative Club, where Charlton Athletic supporters meet. They were prevented from entering in the interests of public safety. When they arrived at The Valley, before entering they were given a warning by Police Officers about their behaviour. They were very rowdy.

Once inside the Jimmy Seed Stand they came to the front of the stand and seemed intent on making obscene gestures. I sent a security team to give them a warning and ask them to 'tone it down'. After issuing the warning, the security team started to walk away. I observed some of these youths continue to gesture, this time at our security team. I then instructed them to eject the worst perpetrator. I had hoped that this would act as a deterrent. However, some members of this group continued with their gestures. I then decided to eject one more from this group, at the opposite end of the row from the first one, this seemed to have the desired effect.

After about another 5 minutes had passed, I observed one member of the group leave the seating area and walk down to the pitch gate. He appeared to be remonstrating with the pitch gate steward.

I asked the South Stand Supervisor to investigate. She reported that the supporter was extremely drunk, but she persuaded him to return to his seat. He had been 'having a go' at the pitch gate steward regarding the ejections. Unfortunately, the man in question, although he had returned to his seat, just stood shouting to the pitch gate steward. A decision was taken to eject him. As our security team approached from pitch side, the man who was later arrested, stepped forward and physically tried to prevent our staff from getting to the drunk and abusive supporter. This resulted in our security team having to restrain this man and whilst escorting him up the aisle another man tried to prevent the ejection taking place and he also was ejected and handed over to Police Officers.

At half time, some of the remaining members of this group wanted to argue with the stewards regarding the ejections. Some of this group were drinking alcohol, though it is believed that they bought junior tickets. When one of our security stewards asked one of this group to see his ticket, the reply was 'fuck off you cunt, your all cunts'. Whilst this youth was ejected, another tried to intervene and was also ejected.

I believe that a bank holiday with a late kick off, gave this group of youngsters the opportunity to drink alcohol through out the day and this was a major factor in the poor behaviour of this small minority of visiting supporters.

All of the above incidents were recorded on CCTV and all ejections were observed by Police Officers who were extremely complimentary about the way our security stewards carried out their duties.

Regards,

John Little
Safety Officer
Charlton Athletic Football Club
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« Reply #582 on: Tuesday, January 4, 2011, 23:43:30 »

At half time, some of the remaining members of this group wanted to argue with the stewards regarding the ejections. Some of this group were drinking alcohol, though it is believed that they bought junior tickets. When one of our security stewards asked one of this group to see his ticket, the reply was 'fuck off you cunt, your all cunts'. Whilst this youth was ejected, another tried to intervene and was also ejected.

Brilliant, great to see the youth of today taking a bit of responsibility.  At least buy a fucking adult ticket you numpties.

There's never a winner with Stewards, as a couple of arguments have proved with me (DRS, you basatard ;-) ).  Don't go giving them a perfectly good reason to pick on you.
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« Reply #583 on: Tuesday, January 4, 2011, 23:44:37 »

naughty crispy...
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« Reply #584 on: Tuesday, January 4, 2011, 23:52:03 »

I wonder if there's a description available of this foul mouthed individual? Perhaps a distinctive jumper?
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