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  1. How have they not embraced it? There must be about 80 flags with the new robin flag that was put out yesterday. How much more embracing do you want?
  2. There’s no need to be a dick about it though from a stewards point of view. The whole “I’m in charge, it’s a lockdown do what I say” A simple “we can’t let anyone in or out at the moment, can you let me know why you need to leave and I can radio it in” would be suitable. i remember at the last World Cup, I argued With the main head steward called Kevin over them not letting me with a bottle of water after I’d been driving 300 miles for work without a break and wanted to watch the game with my mates. It was the last game before they had everyone entering from the park and “searches”. he said “I’m in charge tonight, it’s all on my head, you ever do what I say or you don’t come in” queue the “lads being lads”, smokes, cans of beer all over the place. Afterwards I walked past him, laughed and said “good work Kevin, be interesting you explaining all of that tomorrow”
  3. Most stewards get a buzz from being in their high viz uniform. The one in the singing section which is balding with glasses, it’s plain to see he loves it etc. Its amazing what a little “power” does to people. I imagine most would say boo to a goose in real life situations, nor would I trust them if a serious incident happened at a game.
  4. I’m not really sure how due to police cuts forces having to pool resources for events is a money making exercise. If the emergency services were funded properly they wouldn’t have to drag officers up from different places.
  5. Wouldnt be allowed at ashton gate in a million years
  6. The club, and football in general has changed massively since that happened though.
  7. Quite simple really, put it down your boxer shorts near your cock. They obviously arnt going to search anywhere near there, plus the flashbangs can be tiny in size.
  8. Has anyone been arrested in relation to it?
  9. Can’t you just let a 7 year old enjoy football with his mates instead of making it serious?
  10. Any grown men wearing replica shirts to games should be turned away anyway.
  11. Here's an interesting question, If you were adopted, for instance like Cass Pennant who classes himself as British due to being raised by his Adoptive Parents, if you had never met your Father, would you still class yourself as Indian?
  12. Surely hes from Jamaican Descent as per what Jamaican websites have been putting, he wasnt born there so surely he is english with Jamaican descent? I dont see how someone can be from a country, if they were not born there.
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