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Karma at West Ham
Topic Started: Mar 12 2018, 06:54 AM (542 Views)
beegeeblueboy
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Sullivan, Gold and Brady.

Sold us to a man of straw

Developed a ground a West Ham that the fans think is unsuitable for football

Enjoy your super normal profits but thereís a price to pay.

I donít condone pitch invasion and physical violence but peaceful protest however intimidating it appears to be is the cost.
Edited by beegeeblueboy, Mar 12 2018, 06:55 AM.
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clapton bluenose
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Iíbe being following events at West Ham more keenly over the last two months due to working with a few hammers. One said to me yesterday that he didnít realise until now that they wanted to capitalise on Birmingham getting the common wealth games and re-housing us in the stadium built for it.

I think we can thank the gods, Birmingham didnít win that bid, or we could be playing in a soulless stadium, with the heart of the club gone forever.

Sullivan got a tough time on Talksport yesterday with several pundits citing he brought it on himself. False promises, massive mistakes and downright lies, have all contributed to a toxic atmosphere.

London Evening Standard had several articles on the troubles at West Ham, yesterday one of the authors is asking for Sullivan to take a step back by hiring a director or ceo to run the club. He asks for someone with the ability to get deals done.

The Golivans met up with the hooligan fringe to stop a planned march/ demonstration on Saturday. It resulted in well known fans being threatened with violence if the planned protests were not called off.

Even that failed as 200 people marched through Stratford Park and more are planned before the month ends.

Karma as you say.

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/football/2018/mar/12/west-ham-accused-ostriches-fan-abuse-mp-karren-brady
Edited by clapton bluenose, Mar 13 2018, 09:31 AM.
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PartisanBCFC
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beegeeblueboy
Mar 12 2018, 06:54 AM
Developed a ground a West Ham that the fans think is unsuitable for football


So unsuitable for football that more than 40,000 West Ham fans purchased season tickets last summer ...and they were not exactly cheap either :LMAO: :LMAO:



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I donít condone pitch invasion and physical violence but peaceful protest however intimidating it appears to be is the cost.


You don't condone pitch invasions so everything else that unfurled at The Olympic Stadium on Saturday in the game v Burnley sits well with you then , eh ??....it was the quintessential revisit to the 1980's and London based hooliganism at it's best (or should that be worse ? ).... Sullivan was hit by a 2 pound coin apparently and needed a police escort out of the stadium for his own safety , he also was reportedly suffering from some ill health in recent times and Gold was one the receiving end of similar abuse to the kind of stuff he got from some Villa thugs when his limo driver got lost near Vile Park

Can you explain exactly what an intimidating peaceful protest is ??

That made me laugh .....is that pulling out a shot gun, aiming it at the person who you have an issue with but not actually squeezing the trigger :D


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Edited by PartisanBCFC, Mar 13 2018, 11:22 PM.
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Mar 13 2018, 08:42 AM

That made me laugh .....is that pulling out a shot gun, aiming it at the person who have an issue with but not actually squeezing the trigger :D


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You should know. The only difference in the US is that the trigger is pulled.

You are correct though. This is all unacceptable. I was also at the Blackburn game when Sullivan and family were abused and agree with a previous poster that that was the start of our slippery slope.

Sad times.

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https://www.101greatgoals.com/news/west-ham-david-sullivan-tax-bill/
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I really do hope they lose to Southampton on Saturday.
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Mar 13 2018, 08:42 AM
beegeeblueboy
Mar 12 2018, 06:54 AM
Developed a ground a West Ham that the fans think is unsuitable for football


So unsuitable for football that more than 40,000 West Ham fans purchased season tickets last summer ...and they were not exactly cheap either :LMAO: :LMAO:



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I donít condone pitch invasion and physical violence but peaceful protest however intimidating it appears to be is the cost.


You don't condone pitch invasions so everything else that unfurled at The Olympic Stadium on Saturday in the game v Burnley sits well with you then , eh ??....it was the quintessential revisit to the 1980's and London based hooliganism at it's best (or should that be worse ? ).... Sullivan was hit by a 2 pound coin apparently and needed a police escort out of the stadium for his own safety , he also was reportedly suffering from some ill health in recent times and Gold was one the receiving end of similar abuse to the kind of stuff he got from some Villa thugs when his limo driver got lost near Vile Park

Can you explain exactly what an intimidating peaceful protest is ??

That made me laugh .....is that pulling out a shot gun, aiming it at the person who you have an issue with but not actually squeezing the trigger :D


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Ok so you are saying if we moved to a stadium like thereís you and everyone else would stay away if we had a ground like thereís? Of course not.

Name calling to directors is the price to pay for the outcome they brought on themselves. Coin throwing is violent behaviour and Iíve already said I donít condone that.
Edited by beegeeblueboy, Mar 31 2018, 09:34 AM.
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