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Related to my other thread.

 

Stewards bully us fans. Let's face it. It's our choice if we want to stand up, not the bloody governments. Human rights.

 

I was thinking. Latics fans in a certain stand (to be discussed) stand up for the whole match, despite we stewards tell us.

 

Thoughts?

 

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Related to my other thread.

 

Stewards bully us fans. Let's face it. It's our choice if we want to stand up, not the bloody governments. Human rights.

 

I was thinking. Latics fans in a certain stand (to be discussed) stand up for the whole match, despite we stewards tell us.

 

Thoughts?

 

My thought is breaking the law isnt the way to go. Changing the law is....

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Related to my other thread.

 

Stewards bully us fans. Let's face it. It's our choice if we want to stand up, not the bloody governments. Human rights.

 

I was thinking. Latics fans in a certain stand (to be discussed) stand up for the whole match, despite we stewards tell us.

 

Thoughts?

 

Erm, its not YOUR choice to stand, its the LAW.

 

Stewards are doing their job; you make it Unnecessarily hard for them with your behaviour.

 

If you all (and by that i think you mean the less than 100 that persistanly stand in the RRE) stand for a designated game, you'll only succeed in getting the club in bother with the authorities; which is great fun isn't it????

 

Utter rubbish this standing malarky - sit down & behave yourself (and get on with your school work too!!)

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You voluntarily enter into a contract with the club when you buy the ticket. Guess what is included in the terms and conditions. Yes, the club might not put that clause in if the law were different, but then again they might. Just use a bit of common sense rather than trying to headbutt authority. Most of probably sneakily break laws all the time, it’s amazing how much you can get away with if you don’t cause other people a problem.

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Related to my other thread.

 

Stewards bully us fans. Let's face it. It's our choice if we want to stand up, not the bloody governments. Human rights.

 

I was thinking. Latics fans in a certain stand (to be discussed) stand up for the whole match, despite we stewards tell us.

 

Thoughts?

 

there is a campaign, please support it

 

http://www.standupsitdown.co.uk/

 

http://www.petitiononline.com/standup/petition.html

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Most of probably sneakily break laws all the time, it’s amazing how much you can get away with if you don’t cause other people a problem.

 

It's also amazing how you can be ejected from a pub for supporting the wrong team, when you and your fellow victims are sat down and behaving yourselves, with home and visiting Police approval. If that happened for being of the 'wrong' race, sex or religious persuasion, the ejector would be committing a criminal offence.

 

What do we want? Equal rights for away fans! When do we want them? NOW!

 

Are you with me? :angry:

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It's also amazing how you can be ejected from a pub for supporting the wrong team, when you and your fellow victims are sat down and behaving yourselves, with home and visiting Police approval. If that happened for being of the 'wrong' race, sex or religious persuasion, the ejector would be committing a criminal offence.

 

What do we want? Equal rights for away fans! When do we want them? NOW!

 

Are you with me? :angry:

 

 

Me and Masked Owl got kicked out of a pub in Tranmere for not " sounding like we was from round here"

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All a standing protest would do is get us in trouble with the possibilty of sections of the ground being closed. We would most probably get a hefty fine too, so it's just a non-starter isn't it? Our small budget couldn't stand it!!

 

I was lucky enough to have been brought up in a time when standing up at football was the norm, but sadly IMO those halcian days in the Chaddy have gone and we just have to get used to the new way.

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I know this is going to make me sound like a 65 year old Dail Mail reader with a Rover and a grey moustache, but...

 

Does anyone else think kids these days go on an awful lot about "human rights" and "respect" without having the faintest idea what either of them are?

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I'm sure I speak for many....

 

I'll sit thank you very much. You can stand though if you want, but for your own protection - make sure you're not in front of me...

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I know this is going to make me sound like a 65 year old Dail Mail reader with a Rover and a grey moustache, but...

 

Does anyone else think kids these days go on an awful lot about "human rights" and "respect" without having the faintest idea what either of them are?

 

Just say Chavs. :wink:

 

I hate people like that. Scum. Never in my life have I been in bother with a steward other than the day the lad at the food place dropped my pie and wouldn't offer a refund. Also at Everton. I got told to sit down but my seat was that old it took 5 other lads to knock it down.

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