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    Crystal Palace Fans Accidentally Wreck Own Teams Bus

    Massive fail. Crystal Palace "fans" vandalise the Crystal Palace team bus mistaking it for the Middlesbrough bus. Way to give football fans a good name.

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    telegraph.co.uk/foo…us/

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    I'd like to know where they get the "£40,000 worth of damage", I'll respray it for a couple of £100.

    shauneco

    I'd like to know where they get the "£40,000 worth of damage", I'll … I'd like to know where they get the "£40,000 worth of damage", I'll respray it for a couple of £100.


    save the £100 and leave it as it is. Got the right clubs name.. What more do you want(_;)

    shauneco

    I'd like to know where they get the "£40,000 worth of damage", I'll … I'd like to know where they get the "£40,000 worth of damage", I'll respray it for a couple of £100.


    Agreed, are they buying a new bus for that money?

    The Windows will clean up easily and everyone will know whose bus it is in the future saving this from happening again.

    can we march now?

    It was no accident they went to vandalize a bus. They just happened to spray the wrong one.

    shabbird

    save the £100 and leave it as it is. Got the right clubs name.. What more … save the £100 and leave it as it is. Got the right clubs name.. What more do you want(_;)



    I was thinking the same thing.

    Its no Banksy....

    maybe they didn't like the original paint work. it's there's. let them do what they want with it not.

    Spotty nigel fanatics so embarrassing X)

    I'm shocked
    I'm totally stunned

    Who'd of thought that an everyday football hooligan could spell (especially Crystal Palace)?

    I'm guessing the vandals were from Cambridge or Oxford (university)

    On a more positive note, well done to the Palace fans who performed CPR on a Middlesbrough man collapsed on the train at East Croydon on Saturday after the match.

    A reminder of how to use an AED (these are located on the passenger ramps leading down to the platforms):
    youtube.com/wat…zl0

    missleading

    On a more positive note, well done to the Palace fans who performed CPR … On a more positive note, well done to the Palace fans who performed CPR on a Middlesbrough man collapsed on the train at East Croydon on Saturday after the match.A reminder of how to use an AED (these are located on the passenger ramps leading down to the platforms):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFvL7wTFzl0


    Anybody would have done the same no ?
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