eskimo joe wrote:Her we go, im ginna ask it and hope for honest replies.
Take away all the trimmings, the fact we are all angry at the board , the cancelled march and all that came with it ruffled our feathers and prevented us really showing how angry we are.. If it was just a normal footballing day where all was rosey and fans stormed the pitch, would you have a different opinion on Nobles actions?
No . He was NEVER in any danger from a West Ham fan .
Sorry have to disagree with that. Anyone who runs onto a football pitch during a game is, unless they are very lucky, going to end up in jail. There are a few precedents. To me that suggests anyone doing it isn't the full ticket. And people who aren't the full ticket tend to be a danger to others when they get uptight about something. If someone ran up to me at my place of work I wouldn't hang around to see if they were going to try and do we harm, I would act first and make bloody sure they weren't capable of doing any harm to me in the first place.
And as a side note someone after my Under 16's game today told me he recognised the bloke who ran onto the pitch with a corner flag. Apparently he lives in the same town as I do. There goes the fucking neighbourhood.
People who claim to be modest usually have a lot to be modest about.