It's no secret who he is...plenty of stories out there. He's a recent member on here and was very pro march. Hope he get's supported by the WHU family cos it looks like he's gonna get a hefty fine.
Out of all the demos last Saturday this one was the most significant imho....
Don't get that argument at all tbh. Protest by all means, but do it in a legal manner. The demo in front of the directors box, whilst not everyone's cup of tea, was a perfectly legitimate expression of discontent. Running onto the pitch and stopping the game, irrespective of whether it affected the result or not, was both irresponsible and downright stupid. And to the uninitiated would not have been seen as a protest against the board but against the team on the pitch.
What was the bloke hoping to actually achieve ? The overall dissatisfaction with the board, which in a nutshell is what the protests are about, was very apparent without some numpty making a solo protest. Maybe he wanted a bit of notoriety. The club he supports will probably face a hefty fne because of his, and the others who went onto the pitch, actions. The next game may have to be played behind closed doors, or with part of the ground closed. Will he reimburse those fans who will be deprived of seeing their team play a match they have already paid for ?
FFS this was no spotty kid just out of scholl. He appears to be someone in his 60's or 70's who should know there are better ways of making a point. The bloke who made the banner about creating a storm and being pissed off when it rains had it bang to rights imo. The blokes who ran onto the pitch in my book are simply attention seekers.
No doubt, as we live in a free country, there will probably be an appeal for people to pay his fine. People will probably contribute, as is their right. But FFS, I think some people need to grow up.
People who claim to be modest usually have a lot to be modest about.