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  1. You’re very confused. Best to head off to bed.
  2. He’s absolute class.
  3. I’m not upset - I just don’t see how it’s so hard to understand and why you have to bring a persecution complex into it.
  4. Can you seriously not see how blocking one entrance to somewhere manages the flow of people? If you found it irritating or an inconveniencing then blame the idiots who kicked off in the park that mean the police need to do things like this. Pretty sure the police didn’t wake up this morning and say ‘how can we irritate Chris_Brown today?’
  5. Yes but blocking the entrance nearest the exit to the ground allows them to manage people going in. People can jump over the walls etc but it helps them manage things to an extent.
  6. I imagine because the park was where it kicked off after the game last year and they wanted to manage the volume of people getting in.
  7. That is a fantastic response from the club.
  8. Score Match is a really good game.
  9. None yet - I think any club would deal with it before that would happen anyway. Legal action? ‘Please judge I want to be able to stand up in this seat that was explicitly sold to me on the basis I remain seated’ good luck!
  10. If a club loses their safety certificate they would have to play in front of a reduced or even no crowd. The EFL would step in way before it came to this as they wouldn’t want it to happen. Great.
  11. If a Championship club are about to lose their safety certificate and therefore risk having their stadium shut to spectators the EFL will take action to prevent this. Probably way before it even gets close.
  12. They’re the most likely to take action prior to something more serious like an issue with the safety certificate.
  13. Well there is an issue. Whether it’s right or wrong if people persist on standing the EFL are like to take some action against the club, just because some people are precious of being able to stand in seats that are explicitly seated. The attitude of some people never ceases to amaze me when it comes to doing as they’re told for the benefit of the club. This is hardly some Rosa Parks esque protest - it’s standing at a football match.
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