Putting the Unions to one side, how did you feel about the Stonewall day, the Assyria game, the raising money and stuff for Dunkirk, the food banks, the pro woman in football day? Im not gay, Syrian, living in Calais or Dunkirk, really really poor or in deed a woman. I was still happy to see the club doing these things and further more it's these kind of initiatives that binds the community spirit of the club together.That's kind of the opposite of what I said. I was just appalled that some guardian writer can write six myths that no one believes and then explain why they aren't true. Seems like money for old rope.
My views on unions are of course completely irrelevant. There is no justification fornus having a day dedicated to them anymore than having a fam club day. Other than some of our fans may be members of a fan club.
And let us tie it in with the anniversary of freddie mercury's death as well.
Everyone else just decided to debate my beliefs on unions instead. I would join a union when they care more about right or wrong and less about installing their own brand of politics in the world. A bit like member of the supporters trust board.