Discussion in 'football' started by editor, Apr 10, 2012.
Why?. They're perfectly entitled not to.
Why shouldn't they?
Read the whole post and it might actually sink in.
As a mark of respect for all the fans who died at a football match on that date?
The agreement's been in place for over 20 years. The FA gave it the go ahead and therefore should stick by their word.
There's alternatives been suggested but the FA and the Met are completely unwilling to consider them.
There's ways and means of saying anything like that. He made a cunt of it end of.
Too sad a memories (presenter). Back to whining about being forced to go to private school (davies)
The HJC has rejected his donation.
i tried but the whole post is too sweary and incoherent, can you enlighten me?
My level of outrage is nil. This pathetic private school how dare we decide what's important, leave it up to the govt doesn't have my support.
I was being sarcastic, surely he should have received death threats for the shit that was Jonathan Creek and his 'comedy' well before any death threats for this rather silly little irrelevant outburst. He should stick to being the village idiot on QI.
alan davies is a cunt. his words are cuntish.
ok so you're still sticking with the threats then? or are you being sarcastic about being sarcastic ,
either way i've remembered now why i don't come in the football forum much
i agree that Davies comes across as a bit of an arse, i don't really feel the need to blind/kill him over some crap TV program. i just don't watch them, it's surprisingly effective
I am not actually suggesting anyone kills him. I was, you know, exaggerating....
Over and over again, this idea...
he should be killed along with 95 relatives then we can play football on the anniversary to celebrate.
We don't need your sort around here, move along now.
Unpopular as he may be, I still think he has a point of sorts. Hillsborough is not unique in being a tragic event.
I didn't realise it was a long-standing thing, so tbh it's better that it be left as it is if LFC want to keep it as a day they don't play on. It was a daft precedent to set though.
How often in the last 20 years has the current set of circumstances occurred which has sparked the question of why Liverpool should/shouldn't play on the anniversary?
It comes up every few years or so when fixtures mean it we might have to play on that date.
This has stemmed from the FA insisting that semis be played at Wembley.
It isn't Liverpool's problem.
My question would be why did he even bother raising it? Not as if he's got any connection to the game or that weekend? Not as if he was asking a question with any real hope of change or use. Just an attention seeking twat frankly.
Who the fuck is saying it is? Why on earth does it need to be?
edit: if anything the survivors have been trying to emphasise the commonality with other disasters and how we are treated generally. You prick.
But how a club chooses to commemorate an event is entirely their choice and not for us to comment really. The fact Man U play on the Munich anniversary doesn't provoke outrage because that is their choice. The fact Liverpool don't want to play is entirely their choice and should be respected as much as any other decision relating to anniversaries.
Frankly it's a completely non-issue.
it's a non issue if there is no further impact on other games, in this case there is a definite impact for the Chelsea/Barcelona game as well as the Chelsea/Arsenal game a week later, Liverpools decision could have a major effect on not only Chelseas chances in the champions league but also the fight for 4th place in the premier league
But the FA are the ones who decided to move both semi-finals to Wembley, they have made the fuck up. If we went back to how Semi-Finals used to be then this would not have the effect it has done. So perhaps take issue with the FA and their changes to grab more money rather than a rather resonable request which has always been perfectly acceptable to those involved.
Well this isn't exactly a sudden and new development, surely a bit of forward planning could have been undertaken when creating the fixtures list.
although I consider this an FA fuck up and nothing to do with Liverpool.
Why Liverpool's decision?
Why not The Met's decision in not allowing the Chelsea game to be played on Friday night like they (Chelsea) requested?
Or the FA's decision that both semis must take place at Wembley?
If they ever took the fans into consideration at all the Scouse game would be played somewhere a bit fucking closer anyway.
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