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Fillipe Noche
September 16, 2021, 8:39am
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Was a bit shocked on Tuesday

Young children shouting expletives at Wrexham fans. Shocking language coming from them, and they could only be school year 6 - 8 kids. Had their parents sitting near them too. I felt like I was sitting near the cast of Shameless

Needs sorting out. In my opinion if there kids heard to be swearing like that, then they need kicking out and their parents should be sent with them too.

People coming to football matches do not want to hear anyone shouting out words like illegitimate and girl private and sheep shagger etc. Let alone small children.
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September 16, 2021, 8:42am

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In my opinion that’s the beauty of football.

When I was a young child, I was doing that aswell but as soon as I left the ground that’s where it stopped, they’re one of us they’re joining in to what everyone else is doing.

As long as they know it stops when they leave the ground then I’m perfectly okay with it.

We can’t micromanage everything, as long as they aren’t causing harm then what’s the need to be writing a post about it? Let them enjoy the game, let them get engaged within the atmosphere and crowd.
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Fillipe Noche
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In my opinion that’s the beauty of football.

When I was a young child, I was doing that aswell but as soon as I left the ground that’s where it stopped, they’re one of us they’re joining in to what everyone else is doing.

As long as they know it stops when they leave the ground then I’m perfectly okay with it.

We can’t micromanage everything, as long as they aren’t causing harm then what’s the need to be writing a post about it? Let them enjoy the game, let them get engaged within the atmosphere and crowd.


Shocking

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Quoted from Fillipe Noche
Was a bit shocked on Tuesday

Young children shouting expletives at Wrexham fans. Shocking language coming from them, and they could only be school year 6 - 8 kids. Had their parents sitting near them too. I felt like I was sitting near the cast of Shameless

Needs sorting out. In my opinion if there kids heard to be swearing like that, then they need kicking out and their parents should be sent with them too.

People coming to football matches do not want to hear anyone shouting out words like illegitimate and girl private and sheep shagger etc. Let alone small children.


If we are to progress as a family club, then Phil has a point. All unsavoury behaviour should be discouraged. There's nothing worse than being stood near the drunk and aggressive Stone Island crew and they do not promote the family culture which we are moving towards.

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September 16, 2021, 9:02am

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i do agree in fairness, banter between fans is all well and good, but foul language and abuse isnt warranted
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I sit in the family section of the main and I rarely hear much of what you’re talking about. Elsewhere? *shrug* It’s a football match not croquet. Sometimes “oh dear” or “fiddlesticks” doesn’t quite hit the mark. Dilute the experience and you lose what was attractive in the first place. It’s the tribalism that makes it unique and pointing out the away fans’ deficiencies and proclivities, is a large part of that.
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September 16, 2021, 9:11am
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I’m now angry with myself that I responded to this buffoon who is obviously on another fishing expedition, now that he can’t criticise the management, ownership, team or results. What’s left? Ah yes, I’ll have a pop at the crowd.
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Quoted from Fillipe Noche
Was a bit shocked on Tuesday

Young children shouting expletives at Wrexham fans. Shocking language coming from them, and they could only be school year 6 - 8 kids. Had their parents sitting near them too. I felt like I was sitting near the cast of Shameless

Needs sorting out. In my opinion if there kids heard to be swearing like that, then they need kicking out and their parents should be sent with them too.

People coming to football matches do not want to hear anyone shouting out words like illegitimate and girl private and sheep shagger etc. Let alone small children.


Fair point....


"Crombie you would have got to that if you weren't such a fat ba%$@rd" - George Kerr, inspiration from the dug out 70s style  
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Those defending him are presuming what he said actually happened. I’ve had a season ticket in that area for years…
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Quoted from Fillipe Noche
Was a bit shocked on Tuesday

Young children shouting expletives at Wrexham fans. Shocking language coming from them, and they could only be school year 6 - 8 kids. Had their parents sitting near them too. I felt like I was sitting near the cast of Shameless

Needs sorting out. In my opinion if there kids heard to be swearing like that, then they need kicking out and their parents should be sent with them too.

People coming to football matches do not want to hear anyone shouting out words like illegitimate and girl private and sheep shagger etc. Let alone small children.


I agree, but more importantly you need to sort your ‘there’ from your ‘their’ or is it ‘there are’ , shocking
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