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12 hours ago, JulieH said:

I can confirm it was a very loud ‘ banger’ type firework

unlawful

reckless and without any consideration or thought to other city or stoke fans.

cctv enquiries continuing with stoke city F.C. 

what a shame that on a day celebrating another away win this appears to be the main talking point. There is no excuse at all, doesn’t take a genius to work out a very loud bang inside a bowl shaped stadium will cause issues with more susceptible persons such as the young/ elderly and vulnerable . I genuinely don’t understand it 

Hardly the main talking point is it? Nothing like blowing it out of proportion. That said it was bloody loud. Can imagine a few people jumped a mile.

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2 hours ago, BCFC Grim said:

Hardly the main talking point is it? Nothing like blowing it out of proportion. That said it was bloody loud. Can imagine a few people jumped a mile.

I’m still stuck up in the rafters 

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10 minutes ago, BCFC Grim said:

😂 I jumped and I was just watching on a stream. 

My first thought was it was a gun.....until I saw the plume of smoke.

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Though I'm ambivalent about the coloured smoke in certain abd specific circumstances, and usually come down on the side of fans in general, just leave it at home while the law is as it is!

What with the persistent standing rolling issue, we don't need the added scrutiny potentially derailing things on the pitch or even just inconveniencing the bulk of fans.

 @JulieH pointed out a few of the adverse effects.

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15 hours ago, Galway Red said:

I've got kids who have been victims of crime including a son who had his nose broken in an unprovoked attack but that's really not my point

My point is, because of one or two idiots instigating incidents like this, everyone (male and female) has to be stopped and searched when attending a football match.

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Being about 30 foot away from this yesterday it certainly made my ears ring, but what really pissed me of was a few, maybe three absolute morons singing that 50p Flute song again . Fairly sure it was one  of these who let the firework off ....Cockwombles at best

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Interesting to note- again Not City Related.

https://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/fa-investigating-derby-countys-decision-3319482

Could it lead to stricter searching, not just of clubs with reps for it but fans in general? More like airport style- stricter searching of course takes quite a bit longer.

Flares, pyros, smoke bombs, smoke devices- whatever you want to call them, whatever category they fall under.

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9 minutes ago, Mr Popodopolous said:

Interesting to note- again Not City Related.

https://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/fa-investigating-derby-countys-decision-3319482

Could it lead to stricter searching, not just of clubs with reps for it but fans in general? More like airport style- stricter searching of course takes quite a bit longer.

Flares, pyros, smoke bombs, smoke devices- whatever you want to call them, whatever category they fall under.

Happily be up for stricter searches, but I like 99% of us have nothing to hide.

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5 minutes ago, Vincent Vega said:

Happily be up for stricter searches, but I like 99% of us have nothing to hide.

Yep, would be highly unfair on the rest of us.

Dunno what the answer is overall really.

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27 minutes ago, Mr Popodopolous said:

Interesting to note- again Not City Related.

https://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/fa-investigating-derby-countys-decision-3319482

Could it lead to stricter searching, not just of clubs with reps for it but fans in general? More like airport style- stricter searching of course takes quite a bit longer.

Flares, pyros, smoke bombs, smoke devices- whatever you want to call them, whatever category they fall under.

 

17 minutes ago, Vincent Vega said:

Happily be up for stricter searches, but I like 99% of us have nothing to hide.

 

11 minutes ago, Mr Popodopolous said:

Yep, would be highly unfair on the rest of us.

Dunno what the answer is overall really.

I remember back in the day having to walk through an airport style metal detector at Upton Park. I know that wouldn`t work with flares/fireworks as I doubt there`s any metal in them but with the technology around nowadays there must be some sort of chemical signature detector available.

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21 minutes ago, Red Right Hand said:

 

 

I remember back in the day having to walk through an airport style metal detector at Upton Park. I know that wouldn`t work with flares/fireworks as I doubt there`s any metal in them but with the technology around nowadays there must be some sort of chemical signature detector available.

They had Pyro Sniffer Dogs at Fulham's turnstiles and yet flares still went off inside the stadium.

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10 hours ago, BCFC Grim said:

Hardly the main talking point is it? Nothing like blowing it out of proportion. That said it was bloody loud. Can imagine a few people jumped a mile.

I wasn’t there either but it’s gone now surely more important things to move on with or are we all going to patrol streets prior to nov 5 looking for young idiots letting fireworks off near pets / youngsters or elderly, I think the main bulk of support apologies on behalf of all at Bcfc 

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11 hours ago, Drew Peacock said:

The searching was stricter than at AG. Not sure how they got it in.

 

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.

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6 minutes ago, AshtonPark said:

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.

Would they be small enough to fit in someones shoe too? Tiny in size makes me think yes.

Either way, fairly sure they are quite compact.

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34 minutes ago, AshtonPark said:

Quite simple really, put it down your boxer shorts near your cock. 

Nah you are ok. Think I’ll give that a miss. 

I prioritise my knob over a firework 

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46 minutes ago, TonyTonyTony said:

Nah you are ok. Think I’ll give that a miss. 

I prioritise my knob over a firework 

One glimpse of Michelle Owen and your cock might explode in more ways than one...

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Anyone seen the video on twitter of the bloke who injured (to put it extremely lightly) his hand as a result of holding a fire cracker when it went off.  Not sure how similar the device was to the one at Stoke but it’s scary stuff

I won’t put it on here as it’s not the best viewing but I’d certainly never hold one of them things when it goes off. 

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54 minutes ago, 54-46 said:

Anyone seen the video on twitter of the bloke who injured (to put it extremely lightly) his hand as a result of holding a fire cracker when it went off.  Not sure how similar the device was to the one at Stoke but it’s scary stuff

I won’t put it on here as it’s not the best viewing but I’d certainly never hold one of them things when it goes off. 

I assume he can no longer play the piano?

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2 hours ago, 54-46 said:

Anyone seen the video on twitter of the bloke who injured (to put it extremely lightly) his hand as a result of holding a fire cracker when it went off.  Not sure how similar the device was to the one at Stoke but it’s scary stuff

I won’t put it on here as it’s not the best viewing but I’d certainly never hold one of them things when it goes off. 

Go on, put it on here, it's an armless video.

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4 hours ago, 54-46 said:

Anyone seen the video on twitter of the bloke who injured (to put it extremely lightly) his hand as a result of holding a fire cracker when it went off.  Not sure how similar the device was to the one at Stoke but it’s scary stuff

I won’t put it on here as it’s not the best viewing but I’d certainly never hold one of them things when it goes off. 

He got caught, bang to rights...

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On 15/09/2019 at 07:59, JulieH said:

Not yet. 

Hi Julie 

many new on the stoke fan who threw a dolls leg with a screw in it 

that hit a lady on her back and it bounced off her into a guys head 

he had a cut to his head ?

 

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1 hour ago, Coombsy said:

Hi Julie 

many new on the stoke fan who threw a dolls leg with a screw in it 

that hit a lady on her back and it bounced off her into a guys head 

he had a cut to his head ?

 

She may need to seek out a translator for this mate...

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1 hour ago, Coombsy said:

Hi Julie 

many new on the stoke fan who threw a dolls leg with a screw in it 

that hit a lady on her back and it bounced off her into a guys head 

he had a cut to his head ?

 

I understand we did get the details of the injured Male, stoke were reviewing their cctv this week for that incident and the flash bang so will chase them next week to see if anything was captured 

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2 hours ago, JulieH said:

I understand we did get the details of the injured Male, stoke were reviewing their cctv this week for that incident and the flash bang so will chase them next week to see if anything was captured 

Thanks for quick reply 

see you at the gate tomorrow 

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2 minutes ago, BobBobSuperBob said:

Yes

Its 30 mins before the Jacks arrive 

Let's hope they earn their doughnuts this time, eh?

 

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