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11 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

Spot on this - in the minds of many it happened.

 

On the Smith thing - the club issued a statement condemning the actions - effectively admitting it happened. From there the truth didn't matter.

It did happen though, despite the fact that Smith came out and said it absolutely did not happen, it did happen because a few scruffs in The Brick say it happened so it must have. The lad on Sunday actually spat acid at Citys bench then shoved a gun in the 4th officials back to make sure we got all the decisions. It was the same Red who infiltrated the City end and made them monkey gestures a couple of years back and he's actually employed by the club. Obviously. 

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Not saying Milner shouldn't have been sent off, he probably should have been, but they are such a set of cry arses. 

 

Klopp didn't even react to this or the tackle of Elliott like that Weird Sissy did on Sunday.

 

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On 05/10/2021 at 14:19, Scott_M said:

Not saying Milner shouldn't have been sent off, he probably should have been, but they are such a set of cry arses. 

 

Klopp didn't even react to this or the tackle of Elliott like that Weird Sissy did on Sunday.

 

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If requested to do so, [the evidence of Scotts' illegal downloads] will be handed to Merseyside Police reported to Dave Usher given the potential for criminal charges.

 

Also, empty your bin y'messy cunt.

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25 minutes ago, Beno said:

Did they find out if someone spat at one of them then?

 

 

Filed under the time Alan Smith's ambulance had a cruise missile fired at it and when shit was thrown from the upper Anny in the same game 

But they're out there now so they all obviously happened  

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Rivalries aside, this is not good news. Hope he recovers.

 

Manchester City are looking into a violent attack which has left one of the club’s fans in a serious condition in hospital in Belgium.

 

The 63-year-old is believed to have been set upon by a gang of Club Brugge supporters in a car park in nearby Drongen after watching City secure an impressive 5-1 win over the Belgium champions.

 

City are trying to liaise with local police with reports suggesting the man is “fighting for his life” after a sustained and violent assault.

The supporter, who lives in Belgium, is a member of the Blue Moon Supporters Club in the country and has got tickets for the game at the Jan Breydal stadium through them.

 

The man has been named locally as Guido and an eye witness, who appears to be the victim’s son Jurgen is quoted in HLN. Son Jurgen said: “Witnesses saw that they were supporters of Club Brugge… We visited him last night and he is in a coma. His condition is critical. His brain is damaged and the doctors haven't given us too much hope. We hope he gets through, but the chance is very slim that it will happen completely unscathed.

 

“We've been going to matches in England and Europe for years and we've never had a problem. Now we go to one match in Belgium and he is left for dead. Do have respect for each other. I am not a Club Brugge fan and I have been shouting in the stadium that their fans should shut up, but when the match is over you have to respect each other. 

 

“That also happens in England: there we walk before and after the match between the fans of other teams. That's possible there. Why not here? This must be pointed out. There has to be respect again. Please stop this behavior.”

 

The man was transferred in a coma to the AZ Maria Middelares.

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2021/10/20/manchester-city-supporter-left-dead-violent-attack-club-brugge/

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£29 for their game against Palace next week, must be a big club though because they are limited to 6 per supporter.

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2 hours ago, Barrington Womble said:

It would seem ticket sales for the Milk Champions Cup are going well for City and they're amazing fan base. 

 

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They're not even trying to hide their shady stuff, now they're into human trafficking.

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On 05/10/2021 at 18:19, Scott_M said:

Not saying Milner shouldn't have been sent off, he probably should have been, but they are such a set of cry arses. 

 

Klopp didn't even react to this or the tackle of Elliott like that Weird Sissy did on Sunday.

 

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Haha!

 

You watch Harry Potter.

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On 04/10/2021 at 19:02, coachpotato said:

Regarding the alleged spitting at City’s bench.

That there’s been an accusation requires any supporters who saw the alleged incident to speak up, because we can’t allow idiots to continue to tarnish the clubs name. 
The work that Klopp and his back room team and the players do to promote the club, the work that the various fans bodies do to promote the club, the support that the great majority of fans give to the club, all get quickly overtaken by the actions of a few idiots and it takes a long time for those actions to be negated by good actions.

It’s easy to say “why should we care what City/Everton/United think” but I suspect we all think “not again” when these incidents happen.

Unfortunately, I can’t believe that an allegation of this nature would be made falsely.

If it’s proven that there was no incident however, then the club should push for the harshest penalty possible to be levelled at whoever claimed it happened in the first place.

 

https://www.skysports.com/share/12464650
 

the investigation has concluded there was no spitting. 

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Doesn't matter now anyway does it, as City had their pound of flesh with the initial accusation and the headlines it got. Also interesting to note how each year the bus incident is exaggerated that bit more. Guardiola saying we 'destroyed' the bus when it was just one smashed window from one bottle.

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So nice of Pep not to let a false allegation from his staff ruin his admiration of us. Heroic.

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3 hours ago, dockers_strike said:

Mud sticks though. End of the day, virtually every oppo fan of all clubs will just use it to batter the fans and club.

Apparently we all deliberately pushed a wall over on to a load of Italian families thirty odd years ago.

 

So yeah.

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