Discussion in 'Bulletin Board' started by Tyke1, Jan 12, 2019.
FFS ban a young football fan for life for running on pitch
I have modern football.
From shotguns to flogging children, oh dear
Right twist. For running on grass they should be in court, I’ll volunteer my taxes to pay for it.
Leave it out Bud. Context does matter. If it’s consistency that’s all important, then those who ran on the pitch when we played Bradford in 1997 would be fined and have received life bans. That would have reduced today’s home support to about 23.
Oh wind thi neck in you hysterical fanny, Thal do thi sen a mischief if tha dunt calm darn......sithi.
Aye, the little bastards.
Only way they will learn....sithi.
Since when did it say on your t&c’s ‘oh by the way if you go on the pitch it’ll add 6% extra to your season ticket’
I’m not saying we should put billboards up saying ‘please join us on the pitch’ But Fuk me a young lad getting carried away going on the pitch to celebrate is hardly worth getting MI5 involved is it?
So true rob remember Brentford at home when rankin scored in last minute
A bit of youthful exuberance. Three or four 15 year olds over celebrating a goal. If the FA can turn a blind eye to Millwall's "firm" charging at families with young kids at Wembley, I'm sure this doesn't amount to a hill of beans
A think we should get a some Alsatians on patrol pitch side from now on to savage anyone who dares to venture on to the pitch
Life ban ffs. For someone who talks a lot of sense that's ridiculous. Shouldn't have gone on the pitch granted but hardly the crime of the century.
Should be easy to resolve, just issue stewards with cattle prods.
That'll make the young whippersnappers think twice.
To say we all love the same club it appears as though we cant stand quite a few of our own fans and would maybe prefer to sit there with greatly reduced numbers.
Only time I ever tried to get on the pitch was for a presentation. Despite me telling a couple of stewards 5 minutes in advance what was happening they wouldn't let me on. Even when the presentation started exactly as I'd told them it would and I was pointing at it going on in the centre circle, trying to reason with them that I was supposed to be taking part they weren't having any of it. In the end it finished without me and I just wandered dejected back to my seat. I guess I should have just stuck two fingers up at them and walked on but somehow I stupidly thought being reasonable and attempting to abide by the terms and conditions of my ticket would win the day. Jeez, I was stupid when I was younger.
Fastest anyone has ever seen you move.
Couldn't incidents like this mean trouble for the club, fans encroaching onto the pitch?
I think I’m going to make myself unpopular here but the pitch all pitch invasions but particularly the one after the promotion clinching win over Bradford detracted from the day for me.
We sit in the ESU and there is no way I could have got my father and young kids at that time on the pitch (which I didn’t want to anyway).
Lots of other Clubs have momentous days winning League Championships and major cups and most get the opportunity to parade round the pitch afterwards to celebrate with all the fans.
Selfish of me I know.
Typical Barnsley attitude, do what you like, rules are for other people, who gives a **** as long as you're happy. It's why the town is full of vermin.
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