What a sad day Feb 3, 2013 8:38:32 GMT
Post by nws on Feb 3, 2013 8:38:32 GMT
Feb 3, 2013 7:57:15 GMT @animal said:A few months ago we were saying something similar after a youngster threw something on the pitch.
I seem to remember that they were spoken to and came back looking sheepish. Some of the people who saw it thought it was a fine way to deal with it, I didn't.
It may not have been as bad as what happened against Letherhead but we only have ourselves to blame. What happened then set a precedent for what could be done for the rest of the season.
I remember having a chat a couple of months ago with someone I'd never seen before. I can only say that this person thought it was great fun to go to games, get pi55ed and fight as many people as possible. They told me that they thought it was absolutely find to do as it always happens.
I've walked around the ground (yes I've left the VP and the smoked salmon area) and seen people smoking canabis on more than one occasion.
We have done very little in combatting small things that have happened and they will escalate. I know someone has exposed themselves to away fans at a game. I'm think this was dealt with but i'm pretty sure they still attend games.
Certain things have happened that we have let slide. It will only get worse as these people will push the boundarys each time. Each time they get away with it, the next will be worse.
We made our own bed a few months ago so I'm afraid we now have to lie in it.
Totally agree. I remember the idiot who threw the bottle on the pitch early in the season. Maybe we should have escorted him out ourselves. We pointed him out to the stewards. He should have been given his money back, walked to the exit and told he was not required at our ground any more. I was shocked when he was allowed to stay.
Please, please, please, MUFC. If people are throwing things on the pitch, threatening or harming/attempting to harm then don't mess about. Thow them out and if they return have them arrested.