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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonalair View Post
    Genuine question B. How are they self serving? What are they serving themselves?
    Pushing their own agenda just like they were before they changed name

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonalair View Post
    Genuine question B. How are they self serving? What are they serving themselves?
    Probably ready salted crisps

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    And triangle sandwiches


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joao CarvAndy!ho View Post
    And triangle sandwiches
    To be fair sandwiches always taste better in triangles.

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    Rupert


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    Quote Originally Posted by Notcher View Post
    To be fair sandwiches always taste better in triangles.

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    By "triangle sandwich" I assumed he meant a vagina.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-aSemedoBlueJeans&Chinos View Post
    By "triangle sandwich" I assumed he meant a vagina.
    Bloody hell I've been out the loop too long, not heard it called that. A meat wallet, stench trench or badly packed kebab maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notcher View Post
    Bloody hell I've been out the loop too long, not heard it called that. A meat wallet, stench trench or badly packed kebab maybe.

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    The beast is stirring yet again!! :devil:

    it has nothing to do with football or NFFC

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    This thread has jumped the shark


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    See, we’ve reverted back to type


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    Quote Originally Posted by RealRed85 View Post
    This thread has jumped the shark


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    See, we’ve reverted back to type
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    https://www.her.ie/news/iranian-fema...stadium-480628


    Iím not trying to trivialise the issue of so called offensive chants, but letís get some perspective shall we?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Forest 89 View Post
    Your comments that I should constantly worry and watch what I say in case I offend others offend me. Your Marxist Labour Party deeply offend me. Should you care? No.

    I've never voted Labour or Communist in my life, so silly comment chap. You also clearly don't go to games because we were warned by the police just before the 2014 game because we'd sang you're not English anymore and small town of ***** at the previous match. Both songs were out prior to the game and at it our skillful banter changed the lyrics to taxi drivers.


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    At least it was discussed and as another poster mentioned the vast majority tried to explain their reasoning fully which is all you ask for regardless of whichever side your debate on.


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    Last edited by Notcher; 09-10-19 at 20:45.

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    Yeah, I don’t believe you, you sound like that Owen Jones. Also I was at the last game we played Against Brighton and the gay thing was never sung. Also I can’t remember that being sung at Leicester Either. To say you’re so against offending people and we should all watch what we say around people and think maybe you should stop being argumentative.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Forest 89 View Post
    Yeah, I don’t believe you, you sound like that Owen Jones. Also I was at the last game we played Against Brighton and the gay thing was never sung. Also I can’t remember that being sung at Leicester Either. To say you’re so against offending people and we should all watch what we say around people and think maybe you should stop being argumentative.

    As I said don't go so you cant comment.


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    As for homophobic chanting presumably you didn't go to Cheksea either.


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    It's a hard one as I now take my 9 year old son to football and not sure I would take him if it was like the games I went to when I was 9 which happened to be 1989 so was at the Hillsborough disaster at 9 years old which obviously wasn't great but some of my earliest memories are from football and great games around that time the quarter final at Highbury the year before I will never forget and the semi final at villa park in 91 mental day but stuck in my mind forever and I remember loving the crazy atmosphere and do feel a bit sad my son will never experience football when it was electric and a little bit dangerous but if it went back to Th at I really don't think I would be taking my son with Me but does it make my dad irresponsible for putting me In that situation I don't think so was just how it was then no one knew any diffrent.
    Im not a fan of how football has changed but my son is in love with the game so that's all that matters I suppose

    And just to add do I mind him hearing swearing at football no i dont absolutely not as my dad used to say what you hear at football is for football only ha ha

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    Forest currently attract around 25,000 fans at homes games. Just think about that figure and the diversity of people within that figure.
    It’s not a pet dog, you can’t train 25,000 people to think, behave and act the same way.

    You can filter out the element you don’t want gradually which seems to be the case judging by the actions from the club over the last decade.

    The end result will be a sterile atmosphere, choreographed, non organic, predictable, boring, Derby.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Calvin Plummer View Post
    As for homophobic chanting presumably you didn't go to Cheksea either.
    Cheksea? Taking the piss out of the Russian owner? Double standards mate.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chaospunx View Post
    It's a hard one as I now take my 9 year old son to football and not sure I would take him if it was like the games I went to when I was 9 which happened to be 1989 so was at the Hillsborough disaster at 9 years old which obviously wasn't great but some of my earliest memories are from football and great games around that time the quarter final at Highbury the year before I will never forget and the semi final at villa park in 91 mental day but stuck in my mind forever and I remember loving the crazy atmosphere and do feel a bit sad my son will never experience football when it was electric and a little bit dangerous but if it went back to Th at I really don't think I would be taking my son with Me but does it make my dad irresponsible for putting me In that situation I don't think so was just how it was then no one knew any diffrent.
    Im not a fan of how football has changed but my son is in love with the game so that's all that matters I suppose

    And just to add do I mind him hearing swearing at football no i dont absolutely not as my dad used to say what you hear at football is for football only ha ha
    Great post pal, personally but donít care about swearing because I think telling them its a load of ******** ******** is better

    Quote Originally Posted by Bryn Gunn View Post
    Forest currently attract around 25,000 fans at homes games. Just think about that figure and the diversity of people within that figure.
    Itís not a pet dog, you canít train 25,000 people to think, behave and act the same way.

    You can filter out the element you donít want gradually which seems to be the case judging by the actions from the club over the last decade.

    The end result will be a sterile atmosphere, choreographed, non organic, predictable, boring, Derby.
    Plenty (LOADS! MOST LIKELY OF!) are fine so donít be a drama queen?!


    Quote Originally Posted by Bryn Gunn View Post
    Cheksea? Taking the piss out of the Russian owner? Double standards mate.
    Typo. I think you know that

    Oh FFS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calvin Plummer View Post
    As for homophobic chanting presumably you didn't go to Cheksea either.
    Yeah I did actually, that chant didn’t bother me at all.


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    I dont think any chant has ever offended me, but then I have lived a bit

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    The white, middle class political left love to make victims of women, homosexuals and non white people. They aren’t as fragile as you people make them out to be. They don’t need or want you patronising them. While Some chants may go to far for the most part they don’t. Stop getting offended for them when they don’t themselves.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Forest 89 View Post
    Yeah I did actually, that chant didnít bother me at all.
    Bothered the Chelsea and Forest LGBT groups though.


 

 

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