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Unfortunately, for those taking part the buzz of the fight is more important than what’s happening on the pitch, more important than their team maintaining momentum. So obviously more important than staying in the league. I hated it in the eighties and the nineties and now it just makes me sad that blokes in their forties and fifties feel the need to act like apes. They must lead sad lives and have tiny cocks.
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The club have to act as I can see the Chesterfield game being the same given the tensions are high at the bottom of the table and they will be quite a few.  Only have to remember what happened in both games one season 2008?
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Unfortunately, for those taking part the buzz of the fight is more important than what’s happening on the pitch, more important than their team maintaining momentum. So obviously more important than staying in the league. I hated it in the eighties and the nineties and now it just makes me sad that blokes in their forties and fifties feel the need to act like apes. They must lead sad lives and have tiny cocks.


Have we forgotten how some of our fans behaved at Burton? Look at the West Ham fans today. It isn't like the Eighties when some supporters just went to football games for a fight. Yes, you will still get a few idiots wanting to show how hard they are, but nowadays most fans are more in tune with what will happen financially if they get relegated and their frustration shows through. I hate violence at any sports game but you do get a minority who feel that is the only way they can vent there frustration when things aren't going well.
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Luckily episodes like today are few and far between these days, although sadly ones like today can result in repercussions for the club, which they must have realised when they decided to dispense with the presence of Humbersides finest inside the ground.
This was a game of handbags compared to the violence a lot of us saw and experienced in the eighties, and i think some of the knuckledraggers involved must sometimes think they missed out on the violence during those years. But if that type of violence were to rear its head again, most of those involved today would excrement themselves and go running home crying to mummy.


Yes, but it's creeping back into the game and to deny it would be foolish. As for the morons who got involved today, they should have no part to play in this club. Plenty of video evidence. Ban them. For life. FFS as if the club are not already in enough of a mess already without these idiots adding to it.
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If your going to try and promote families to come to the games then you should safeguard the safety of those fans. It was clear from early morning that the police were expecting trouble, as the police presence in cleethorpes was intimidating before any so called Vale fans arrived. So if the club refused policing, after advice to the contrary, just to save a few quid, then the club should be fined. How many had to die in the eighties before lessons were learnt?Seems like some on the board have short memories!
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If your going to try and promote families to come to the games then you should safeguard the safety of those fans. It was clear from early morning that the police were expecting trouble, as the police presence in cleethorpes was intimidating before any so called Vale fans arrived. So if the club refused policing, after advice to the contrary, just to save a few quid, then the club should be fined. How many had to die in the eighties before lessons were learnt?Seems like some on the board have short memories!



Don't be a drama queen......... Today was not good but to categorize it with the sad events in history is a bit insulting TBH.

I'm sorry Heppy I get the stuff about stewards and police but this would not be a talking point if people behaved themselves.



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Only just heard about the bother in Cleethorpes pre match. Was the safety Officer informed? What a contrast. Match at Chesterfield stopped so helicopter can access seriously ill supporter while we appear unwilling to protect fans, players and poorly paid stewards. The Club should conduct their own enquiry and propose changes.
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Unfortunately, for those taking part the buzz of the fight is more important than what’s happening on the pitch, more important than their team maintaining momentum. So obviously more important than staying in the league. I hated it in the eighties and the nineties and now it just makes me sad that blokes in their forties and fifties feel the need to act like apes. They must lead sad lives and have tiny cocks.


Can't help but take issue with that comment. I lead a sad life and have a tiny c0ck but I've never behaved like that.


Grimsby till I die.
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Only just heard about the bother in Cleethorpes pre match. Was the safety Officer informed? What a contrast. Match at Chesterfield stopped so helicopter can access seriously ill supporter while we appear unwilling to protect fans, players and poorly paid stewards. The Club should conduct their own enquiry and propose changes.


I have not got a clue what you are talking about here and I sense neither have you.

How can you compare an excellent emergency first aid response with the behavior of a number of morons.

Maybe GTFC would have made better arrangements if they had better Police intel before today, who knows?


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Quoted from Croxton
Only just heard about the bother in Cleethorpes pre match. Was the safety Officer informed? What a contrast. Match at Chesterfield stopped so helicopter can access seriously ill supporter while we appear unwilling to protect fans, players and poorly paid stewards. The Club should conduct their own enquiry and propose changes.


The club have had the enquiry straight after the game and i have seen the report which concluded ..

Cause of trouble -  The fans
Influencing factors - The fans not respecting stewards who asked fans to return to their seats
Future control measures - Ban the fans
Are the club in anyway at fault - No. Its all the fans fault




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