Is it time to fence them in again?
Started: 21st May 2022 at 21:43
that,s exactly where we are heading with this .
Replied: 21st May 2022 at 23:49
Its never gone away, just hiding below the surface, especially the racism that exists in football at all levels of the game despite the cosmetic gesture of getting down on a knee.
Replied: 22nd May 2022 at 00:55
Last edited by Owd Codger: 22nd May 2022 at 07:51:57
Spectators should be fenced in, if some idiot runs onto the pitch at Old Trafford they may accidently award him man of the match!
Replied: 22nd May 2022 at 08:55
the reason to take them down was because of hillsbrough stardelta . do you want a repeat of that ? .
Replied: 22nd May 2022 at 12:34
I don't think that fences restrict viewing all that much, so in order to keep people safe I wouldn't be against them, and neither would I be against people who take pyrotechnics on the grounds being punished.
It's the big occasions where it happens and stewards can't stop it.
The lack of law and order in our country isn't helped by a leader who doesn't abide by the rules so nobody cares any more for them.
Just my opinion!
Replied: 28th May 2022 at 11:19
The problem with putting up the fences again is the joint stadiums where supporters of other sports would be penalised because of the moronic behaviour in football.
Talking about moronic behaviour, how many noticed that at yesterdays Rugby League final, you could hear the singing of Abide with Me and the National Anthem which is now drowned out at football finals by the chanting and jeering of rival fan's with now no respect for the singing of both by a choir or singer!
Replied: 29th May 2022 at 08:36