A Conversation for Etiquette for Football Spectators

It wasn't Steven Gerrard...

Post 1

Great Western Lettuce (no.51) Just cut down the fags instead

It was Jamie Carragher who threw the coin back into the crowd at Highbury in the FA Cup.

Sorry for being pedantic, highly enjoyable entry all round.
smiley - ok


It wasn't Steven Gerrard...

Post 2

Demon Drawer

D'oh!!!

So it was.


It wasn't Steven Gerrard...

Post 3

Witty Ditty

And as a bit of trivia - I'm quite good friends with the person who treated the lady on the receiving end of the coin-throwing event...


It wasn't Steven Gerrard...

Post 4

Ashley


Fixed smiley - ok


It wasn't Steven Gerrard...

Post 5

Bagpuss

You may want to do something about this bit under "Homes and gardens":

"They also may have to left their bins out ..."

Generally a good article, though.


It wasn't Steven Gerrard...

Post 6

Ashley


Fixed smiley - smiley


It wasn't Steven Gerrard...

Post 7

Demon Drawer


Ta!!

CAn I ask for some new peers to review these things smiley - winkeye


It wasn't Steven Gerrard...

Post 8

Benson'n'Hedges

well there are some minor errors..... the bins ARE there to be set alight and it it is your right, nay duty, to remind the referee and linesmen that they are white stick wielding onanists of dubious parentage.

Also the meat pies make excellent ammunition especially when they have been microwaved to whitehot intensity on the inside but remain cunningly frozen on the outside.

As to taunting the opposition fans, what exactly, do you think they are there for?

p.s you're not actually Tony Blair by any chance are you? You certainly aint a football fan....... smiley - winkeye


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Post 9

Demon Drawer

I stood on the terraces at Bangor for years and now support Livingston so don't call me not a real football fan.


It wasn't Steven Gerrard...

Post 10

Secretly Not Here Any More

You (horror of horrors!) switched teams!?!?


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