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Post by South of the river on 1/1/2014, 17:18

wilson07 wrote:how come when I light a flare the worlds gonna end yet fork are allowed on the pitch?? if I went on I recon people would have sommet to say....agree wi percy 10000000000 per cent....

Cheers Wils 07 Very Happy Very Happy . Be there on the 11th. At the last roll-call, a number of 40+ was on the cards.

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Post by South of the river on 1/1/2014, 17:20

CarefulWithThatAxe wrote:No comparison.  Flares are potentially very dangerous.  And I guess you are probably a little older than 11.
Forks are probably not a good idea either. Very Happy 

Happy new year!

Are you one of those 11 year-olds who were on the pitch ?

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Post by South of the river on 1/1/2014, 17:38

CarefulWithThatAxe wrote:I don't know enough about the other clubs in the division to assess how friendly they are - maybe other more knowledgeable people can do this.  But I think that this issue, though seemingly trivial, does actually go to the heart of the sort of club we are.  Should we be prepared to turn the occasional blind eye to a bunch of young kids having harmless fun with a kick around on the pitch at half time?  Or should we come down on them officiously like a ton of bricks at the slightest transgression?  Maybe I am in a minority of one here, but I would be interested to know what others think.
 
So how can you say that LCFC is a friendly club ?  All you've said is that letting children on the pitch makes the Dollies a friendly club.  The fact that you say a blind eye should be turned to the matter and it is a transgression, is actually telling me that you know it is wrong for them to encroach on to the playing surface.  A polite request to stay off the pitch would suffice.  This makes the club look like a North Lancs outfit.  The Town needs to adopt a professional attitude.  What would be the consequences if a ball from one of the subs hit one of the boys in the face or one of the subs collided with one of them when running to control a 30 yard pass ?
Sort yourself out CWTA and realise that a club of our stature needs to be professional. However, an organised exercise  for them would be fine.
 

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Post by Conmac End on 1/1/2014, 19:54

I think it's a disgrace that Dogs have been banned from the axe!!!

Zico used to love coming and joining in with the songs!!

Bring back the dogs!!!!

Ps Nothing on here about the disgracefull happenings at the Glum over the holiday period! Not good for children to see!!





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Post by South of the river on 3/1/2014, 22:04

Conmac End wrote:I think it's a disgrace that Dogs have been banned from the axe!!!

Zico used to love coming and joining in with the songs!!

Bring back the dogs!!!!

Ps Nothing on here about the disgracefull happenings at the Glum over the holiday period! Not good for children to see!!

Another post containing nothing but ridicule, sarcasm, derision and poor spelling:D Very Happy Very Happy. I hope that those pesky kids are kept off the pitch tomorrow Mr. Conmac End or else I will be writing to the Daily Telegraph, FIFA, the FA, my MP and last, but not least Wilson07, who has been of great support in this matter.  

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Post by wilson07 on 4/1/2014, 08:28

thanks mate,ive been onto my local mp about this matter and how it has upset a few but mr Prescott didn't seem to share in our feelings,he was to busy washing egg out of his hair...but ive decided to boycott home games and ive backdated it 18 months so this is a real boycott!!!!!!!!!!!(I knew there was a reason ive not been on for years).........

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