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Manchester United ready to ban hooligans...

Adam2050 Avatar
6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
Manchester United are expected to impose indefinite bans upon any fan found guilty of throwing missiles during Wednesday's Carling Cup semi-final second leg.

Not calling for blood, but don't the FA usually imposs some kind of penality for the club involved also. Like a little of what happened to West Ham?

(Seems there were other ocassions this happened too)

Evra was attacked the week before by a lighter thrown from the crowd i'm guessing it was missed, they should also face penalities.
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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#2
ready to ban - it should be automatic...
oh - you didn't mean banning football.. - sorry
#3
I support Man Utd and even I think something should be done. You could even see the coin hit the back of Bellamy's head, not sure it was bad enough to make him roll around on the floor making himself an even bigger target for missiles.

Still though....

20p + head = painful!
#4
Did anything happen to Manchester City after a lighter was thrown at Evra last week?
#5
Meadsy4742
I support Man Utd and even I think something should be done. You could even see the coin hit the back of Bellamy's head, not sure it was bad enough to make him roll around on the floor making himself an even bigger target for missiles.

Still though....

20p + head = painful!


Yeh as a Liverpool fan I'd be discusted at certain fans ruining the atmosphere because he/she (likely he) had to throw something at a player, pathetic. I'd want the fan involved not only banned from football matches across the country, I'd want him/her at least fined or some kind of sentence whether it be time or community based.
#6
West ham were punished for failure to control their fans. If one club is, then so should all clubs in a similar situation.

I watch non-league football, and always enjoy a bit of banter. But, I agree that anyone turning to violence deserves a ban, which ever team they support
#7
Painkiller
Did anything happen to Manchester City after a lighter was thrown at Evra last week?


I must of missed that, was in hospital at the time going between rooms getting the hot chocolate as a patient.

That also needs attending too.
#8
Adam2050
Yeh as a Liverpool fan I'd be discusted at certain fans ruining the atmosphere because he/she (likely he) had to throw something at a player, pathetic. I'd want the fan involved not only banned from football matches across the country, I'd want him/her at least fined or some kind of sentence whether it be time or community based.


+1
#9
At least United take a stance against their own supporters, disgraceful City fans at the match apparantly have left one fan vowing never to go to a City match again.

http://www.mancityforum.com/forums/showpost.php?p=346491&postcount=1615

"Just been speaking to our secretary who went, she said she is never going to an away game again. Vile songs, bottles being thrown etc.......But this was from City "fans"! There were a group behind her singing Munich songs, ripping up seats and throwing bottles and coins. She said she was ashamed to see them wearing city colours. Her husband nearly finished up in a fight with them. Stewards did nothing."
#10
thearbiter65

I watch non-league football, and always enjoy a bit of banter.


+1 :thumbsup:
#11
what i don't is how can you ban a fan from football if you wear a hooded jacket/cap you can no doubt get in any game

you can maybe take their saeson ticket but not sure how you can ban fans
banned#12
shedboy66
what i don't is how can you ban a fan from football if you wear a hooded jacket/cap you can no doubt get in any game

you can maybe take their saeson ticket but not sure how you can ban fans


They have cameras inside the ground. Fans are constantly monitered. You're correct, the turnstile geezer won't spot anything, but it doesn't mean once you're in, you're there for the duration.

A mate of mine was banned from Tottenham, but its obviously now lifted as he's got a season ticket again. (He was banned for at least 2 seasons that I was aware of!) However, even though he still went to games, he never went in because he knew he'd get a tug.

Inb4 wow you mix with football thugs! :w00t:
#13
It would be ok if you were a thug at Liverpool though Guv, they'd never catch you.

http://jackiemanuelsposse.files.wordpress.com/2007/08/scousers.jpg
banned#14
greg_68
It would be ok if you were a thug at Liverpool though Guv, they'd never catch you.

http://jackiemanuelsposse.files.wordpress.com/2007/08/scousers.jpg


I had a nasty experience many moons ago watching Spurs play Liverpool at Anfield where I was standing on the Kop. (With an ex Villa Player as it happens!!!!).

I did get spotted very easily..... but I think it was more to do with the fact I stood out for not jumping up and down at each of the 7 goals they scored!
#15
Sky news say they have someone for the coin and bottle throwing.
#16
greg_68
Sky news say they have someone for the coin and bottle throwing.


Did they arrest him travelling home on the M6 .............. ;-)
#17
greg_68
Sky news say they have someone for the coin and bottle throwing.


was Gary Neville sitting in the corner would have thought the captain would have got a better seat in the ground
#18
I didn't see a thread last week calling for action after city fans doing the same thing..oh wait it's utd of course :whistling:
#19
Man utd fan here. Every one of those fans who threw somthing last night should be banned for life from any ground. That is not support that is just holiganism. The chanting and banter is what you expect at a big match between neibough clubs and most of it is in good spirit and joking around. Sadly it ruined a great match between two very good teams. But luckely the better team won.:-D
#20
souljacker
I didn't see a thread last week calling for action after city fans doing the same thing..oh wait it's utd of course :whistling:


Wasn't about otherwise I would of, plus seems I missed that, as has been said by most. Discuisted at certain 'fans' behaviour.
banned#21
souljacker
I didn't see a thread last week calling for action after city fans doing the same thing..oh wait it's utd of course :whistling:


Evra thought it was a gift and gave it to Berbatov!:p

I think there is a big difference between a lighter and a coin striking a player on the back of the head.
#22
guv
Evra thought it was a gift and gave it to Berbatov!:p

I think there is a big difference between a lighter and a coin striking a player on the back of the head.


Agreed Tevez's hair could go up like a rocket if a flame got close to that greasy mop.
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with the new 3D football matches coming to TVs this weekend there's no need to go to a proper rubbish stadium environment instead wear some beer goggles in an over crowded skanky pub, get drunk and beaten up for spilling some one's pint
#24
guv
Evra thought it was a gift and gave it to Berbatov!:p

I think there is a big difference between a lighter and a coin striking a player on the back of the head.


Depends on the coin & the lighter... it just so happened that the City fan thew a cheap plastic lighter rather than a metal one - haven't read what type of coin hit Bellamy yet.
#25
One rule for one come to mind with this report what a load of old ******** http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/manchester/8484675.stm
During Wednesday's match, watched by about 70,000, a bottle and coin were thrown at City player Craig Bellamy. So because 70,000 people was there its ok and i like the a bottle & coin quote looked like 10 coins and more than one bottle that's so biased its unbelievable it stinks. If this was millwall, west ham, Leeds etc etc it would be all over the press that a riot had happened **** the fa & old bill.
#26
Nice report on sky the reporter talking to the copper, Copper says coins and bottles thrown sky reporter say yes but it was only plastic bottles :w00t:
#27
guv


I think there is a big difference between a lighter and a coin striking a player on the back of the head.



waterloo
Nice report on sky the reporter talking to the copper, Copper says coins and bottles thrown sky reporter say yes but it was only plastic bottles :w00t:


like it makes any difference, if someone lobbed a potato at someone it might only be a potato but i'm sure it would hurt
#28
shedboy66
like it makes any difference, if someone lobbed a potato at someone it might only be a potato but i'm sure it would hurt


Precisely, its the intent to start with that needs addressing, whether it be to hurt or distract.
#29
waterloo
Nice report on sky the reporter talking to the copper, Copper says coins and bottles thrown sky reporter say yes but it was only plastic bottles :w00t:


It looked like plastic the way it fell and bounced if you get me.

As said any intent is bad enough.
#30
English football fans in violence shocker - just wait until the World Cup - this is only a warm up. :lol:
#31
moob
English football fans in violence shocker - just wait until the World Cup - this is only a warm up. :lol:


Tbh can see some really bad violence with some key players ending up dead. Maybe fear mongering, but lets face it they don't have enough of a system in place.
#32
moob
English football fans in violence shocker - just wait until the World Cup - this is only a warm up. :lol:



Don't know how may are actually going to be there at this rate, most european countries ahve sent up to half their tickets back unsold including England who sent around 5,000 out of 22,000 I beleive.
#33
After waiting years for a semi only to lose it at the end City are considering sponsorship from Viagra next season.

Man City are just like Paul McCartney, getting excited all over one leg.
#34
Adam2050
It looked like plastic the way it fell and bounced if you get me.

As said any intent is bad enough.

It was plastic that my point why are sky saying its only plastic whats it matter to them they look like they are trying to justify it, up man us **** if you ask me.
banned#35
Painkiller
Depends on the coin & the lighter... it just so happened that the City fan thew a cheap plastic lighter rather than a metal one - haven't read what type of coin hit Bellamy yet.


shedboy66
like it makes any difference, if someone lobbed a potato at someone it might only be a potato but i'm sure it would hurt


Why stop at Potatoes? It might have been a knife!:w00t:

Fact is though, it was a cheapo plastic lighter that did no harm against a £1 coin (By the look of it when it was given to the ref) that struck a player.
#36
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banned#37
Is this a picture of the suspects???? ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
#38
guv
Why stop at Potatoes? It might have been a knife!:w00t:

Fact is though, it was a cheapo plastic lighter that did no harm against a £1 coin (By the look of it when it was given to the ref) that struck a player.


Yeh he thought he was quids in, maybe that pound coin was thrown by fergie, payment can't be that much (JOKE NO WHINE PLEASE)
#39
guv
Is this a picture of the suspects???? ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^


As I said earlier straight from the wastelands forum :

At least United take a stance against their own supporters, disgraceful City fans at the match apparantly have left one fan vowing never to go to an away City match again.

http://www.mancityforum.com/forums/showpost.php?p=346491&postcount=1615
"Just been speaking to our secretary who went, she said she is never going to an away game again. Vile songs, bottles being thrown etc.......But this was from City "fans"! There were a group behind her singing Munich songs, ripping up seats and throwing bottles and coins. She said she was ashamed to see them wearing city colours. Her husband nearly finished up in a fight with them. Stewards did nothing."

Theres one thing with banter, thats expected, not sheer hooliganism though.
#40
He should of chucked it back like that boca player did the other day

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