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And, here come the nominees for best piece of fiction writing for 2016....

 

The opening paragraphs of a nice, balanced, unbiased, factually correct report from the MEN...

 

http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/manchester-united-condemn-supporters-offensive-11027076.

 

Manchester United condemn supporters for offensive chants about Hillsborough disaster.

 

The club spoke out following the chants at the Europa League tie at Anfield which also saw some Liverpool fans mock the Munich tragedy. Manchester United has condemned supporters who mocked Liverpool fans with chants about the Hillsborough disaster.

 

A number of the 2,000-plus United fans could be heard singing offensive songs about the 1989 disaster when 96 Liverpool fans died in a crush at an FA Cup semi-final between the Merseyside team and Nottingham Forest at Sheffield Wednesday’s Hillsborough stadium.

 

The chanting appeared to become wide-spread and could be heard on the TV coverage of the Europa League match during the second half.

 

United lost the Uefa Cup tie 2-0..

 

Some Liverpool fans were also heard singing offensive chants and making obscene gestures about the 1958 Munich air disaster in which eight United players and three club officials died.

Yep, loads of Liverpool fans singing and making gestures.. We've all seen the videos and pictures.... Oh wait....

 

Fucking manc cunts.

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And, here come the nominees for best piece of fiction writing for 2016....

 

The opening paragraphs of a nice, balanced, unbiased, factually correct report from the MEN...

 

http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/manchester-united-condemn-supporters-offensive-11027076.

 

Manchester United condemn supporters for offensive chants about Hillsborough disaster.

 

The club spoke out following the chants at the Europa League tie at Anfield which also saw some Liverpool fans mock the Munich tragedy. Manchester United has condemned supporters who mocked Liverpool fans with chants about the Hillsborough disaster.

 

A number of the 2,000-plus United fans could be heard singing offensive songs about the 1989 disaster when 96 Liverpool fans died in a crush at an FA Cup semi-final between the Merseyside team and Nottingham Forest at Sheffield Wednesday’s Hillsborough stadium.

 

The chanting appeared to become wide-spread and could be heard on the TV coverage of the Europa League match during the second half.

 

United lost the Uefa Cup tie 2-0..

 

Some Liverpool fans were also heard singing offensive chants and making obscene gestures about the 1958 Munich air disaster in which eight United players and three club officials died.

 

Notice nowhere their statement do manchester united apologise for the chanting or the hurt any of the families may have felt or just the downright vileness of them.

 

And where the fuck has this some Liverpool fans were heard singing about Munich during this game come from!?

 

Once again this makes them look as if they are taking the moral high ground by issuing this statement while we stay quiet.

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Notice nowhere their statement do manchester united apologise for the chanting or the hurt any of the families may have felt or just the downright vileness of them.

 

And where the fuck has this some Liverpool fans were heard singing about Munich during this game come from!?

 

Once again this makes them look as if they are taking the moral high ground by issuing this statement while we stay quiet.

I agree. It's shocking. Particularly the bit were it's implied that United have acknowledged and condemned it and that the MEN have approached us for comments about Munich chanting but we haven't been arsed replying.

 

The reply should be rather simple. Along the lines of we condemn any such chants when they occur, yet to our knowledge no such chanting occurred in this recent fixture, but if you can provide us with examples of these alleged chants, they will be promptly investigated and dealt with appropriately.

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I agree. It's shocking. Particularly the bit were it's implied that United have acknowledged and condemned it and that the MEN have approached us for comments about Munich chanting but we haven't been arsed replying.

 

The reply should be rather simple. Along the lines of we condemn any such chants when they occur, yet to our knowledge no such chanting occurred in this recent fixture, but if you can provide us with examples of these alleged chants, they will be promptly investigated and dealt with appropriately.

As always Ian Ayre doing his best impression of a mute the cunt. What exactly is the point of him.

 

He should have been shown the door straight after the Suarez shit show.

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UEFA likely to announce potential disciplinary proceedings over Anfield

chants on Monday

 

Offensive chants by Manchester United supporters during the Europa League match at Liverpool could result in disciplinary action on Monday.

 

UEFA are expected to reveal any disciplinary proceedings surounding Thursday's Europa League match between Liverpool and Manchester United on Monday.

 

The last-16 first leg at Anfield was marred by controversy as songs referencing the stadium disasters at Hillsborough and Heysel in the 1980s were heard.

 

European football's governing body has confirmed to Omnisport that any potential disciplinary investigations resulting from the match are likely to be announced on Monday, with Marouane Fellaini also possibly facing retrospective action for a physical clash with Emre Can that went unnoticed by officials.

 

Following the widespread criticism of sections of their support, United stated it would hold talks with supporter groups in a bid to curb a repetition of such behaviour.

 

"It has always been the position of Manchester United that chants of this nature, which refer to historical tragedies, have no place in the game and do not reflect the values the club holds," a United spokesperson said.

 

"We are in discussion with our fans' groups to seek their support in preventing this type of behaviour in the future."

 

Proceedings have been opened against Sparta Prague and Lazio following their 1-1 draw in the Europa League on Thursday.

 

The Italian club is being investigated for alleged racist behaviour and illicit chants, while both face charges of displaying illicit banners.

 

Czech side Sparta have also been cited for setting off fireworks, with the Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body set to deal with the case on March 22.

 

 

Read more at http://www.fourfourtwo.com/news/uefa-likely-announce-potential-disciplinary-proceedings-over-anfield-chants-monday#mi50q8KcRmQheTom.99

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UEFA likely to announce potential disciplinary proceedings over Anfield

chants on Monday

 

Offensive chants by Manchester United supporters during the Europa League match at Liverpool could result in disciplinary action on Monday.

 

UEFA are expected to reveal any disciplinary proceedings surounding Thursday's Europa League match between Liverpool and Manchester United on Monday.

 

The last-16 first leg at Anfield was marred by controversy as songs referencing the stadium disasters at Hillsborough and Heysel in the 1980s were heard.

 

European football's governing body has confirmed to Omnisport that any potential disciplinary investigations resulting from the match are likely to be announced on Monday, with Marouane Fellaini also possibly facing retrospective action for a physical clash with Emre Can that went unnoticed by officials.

 

Following the widespread criticism of sections of their support, United stated it would hold talks with supporter groups in a bid to curb a repetition of such behaviour.

 

"It has always been the position of Manchester United that chants of this nature, which refer to historical tragedies, have no place in the game and do not reflect the values the club holds," a United spokesperson said.

 

"We are in discussion with our fans' groups to seek their support in preventing this type of behaviour in the future."

 

Proceedings have been opened against Sparta Prague and Lazio following their 1-1 draw in the Europa League on Thursday.

 

The Italian club is being investigated for alleged racist behaviour and illicit chants, while both face charges of displaying illicit banners.

 

Czech side Sparta have also been cited for setting off fireworks, with the Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body set to deal with the case on March 22.

 

 

Read more at http://www.fourfourtwo.com/news/uefa-likely-announce-potential-disciplinary-proceedings-over-anfield-chants-monday#mi50q8KcRmQheTom.99

 

Lucas posted this on his FB page earlier today.

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As always Ian Ayre doing his best impression of a mute the cunt. What exactly is the point of him.

 

He should have been shown the door straight after the Suarez shit show.

Damn right. Once again we are sat on our hands allowing others to dictate the narrative, as with Suarez.

 

Ayre is a fucking clown. Our communications department are fucking clowns.

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We all know that if anything actually comes out of this, it will both clubs getting fucked the same by UEFA in typical diplomatic shithousery. And, of course, our communications department will then release an official statement applauding UEFA for their very equitable verdict.

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during the second half, Liverpool fans reacted with songs regarding the Munich air crash.

 

 

Did this actually happen? Anyone at the game hear them because you certainly couldn't on the telly.

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Did this actually happen? Anyone at the game hear them because you certainly couldn't on the telly.

 

I am so sick of this in the whole- 'what about them'- narrative that accompanies this.

 

No-one is denying that there aren't a few dickheads who sing Munich stuff. I've seen it myself, and the few lads who were at it got quickly told to shut the fuck up. But it was in response to the vast majority of the away end chanting non-stop and incessantly with murderers, sun was right etc. As they always fucking do.

 

At OT every single year, the whole ground reverberates with it, many many times throughout the 90 mins. When has there even been an audable Munich chant chant of any kind at our place in recent times, in even a small pocket? But nah, we're just as bad as them.

 

Also constantly see on twitter that loads of our fans giving it the airplane gestures into the away end. Yet in the age where everyone has a phone in their pocket, cameras everywhere, not one pic has emerged. But nah, we're just as bad as them.

 

Also, Lets not beat about the bush here. 'Murderers' is a Hillsborough jibe for them. It's a front for them to publicly hide behind the Heysel meaning. 'The S*n was right' version of it getting so constantly wheeled out just confirms it.

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I am so sick of this in the whole- 'what about them'- narrative that accompanies this.

 

No-one is denying that there aren't a few dickheads who sing Munich stuff. I've seen it myself, and the few lads who were at it got quickly told to shut the fuck up. But it was in response to the vast majority of the away end chanting non-stop and incessantly with murderers, sun was right etc. As they always fucking do.

 

At OT every single year, the whole ground reverberates with it, many many times throughout the 90 mins. When has there even been an audable Munich chant chant of any kind at our place in recent times, in even a small pocket? But nah, we're just as bad as them.

 

Also constantly see on twitter that loads of our fans giving it the airplane gestures into the away end. Yet in the age where everyone has a phone in their pocket, cameras everywhere, not one pic has emerged. But nah, we're just as bad as them.

 

Also, Lets not beat about the bush here. 'Murderers' is a Hillsborough jibe for them. It's a front for them to publicly hide behind the Heysel meaning. 'The S*n was right' version of it getting so constantly wheeled out just confirms it.

I've been in the away end at Old Trafford the last two visits and have never seen a single aeroplane gesture from our supporters.

 

There was a barely audible 'Munich' chant this season which saw 95% of our lot standing shaking their heads.

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I've been in the away end at Old Trafford the last two visits and have never seen a single aeroplane gesture from our supporters.

 

There was a barely audible 'Munich' chant this season which saw 95% of our lot standing shaking their heads.

 

I've a friend who went in the away end a few years ago, I've never been.

 

He's the most placid, level headed fella you could ever meet. He said after 90 mins of their fans not even watching the game, just facing our fans doing the crushed face gestures -kids and all- and Hillsborough taunts, you can absolutley see why some start giving it back. He said it felt like the only weapon you had after so long subjected to that, but you just knew it was exactly what the Mancs wanted.

 

Still, he said the few who did were still shouted down by the majority.

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http://m.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/19617438

 

Joe Jordan called it right four years ago.

2012 and the same bullshit statement with the caveat of "Munich chants" from Liverpool fans.

 

And it's always a "small minority" that would mean a few hundred but it's always more like thousands.

 

MUST can go fuck themselves as well.

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I've a friend who went in the away end a few years ago, I've never been.

 

He's the most placid, level headed fella you could ever meet. He said after 90 mins of their fans not even watching the game, just facing our fans doing the crushed face gestures -kids and all- and Hillsborough taunts, you can absolutley see why some start giving it back. He said it felt like the only weapon you had after so long subjected to that, but you just knew it was exactly what the Mancs wanted.

 

Still, he said the few who did were still shouted down by the majority.

They do the Munich gesture at you to try and goad you into doing it. They don't watch any of the game the cunts.
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