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05 May 2018 17:14:01
Planned protest. Another embarrassing outburst, this time from the chairman of the shareholders association. Fair enough, if you’re unhappy with the way the club is being run, have your say. But to incite an organised protest at the final match of the season is nothing short of kopite behaviour imo. Why can’t we just wait and see what happens in the summer? Be patient and trust the club? This situation is really starting to get under my skin.

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05 May 2018 18:04:45
Because making noise is the only way to voice your displeasure, you say trust the club? Why? They haven't come out and reassured the fans so why trust that they aren't actually happy with this man? I don't do protests personally bit if it gets the desired effect then why not.

05 May 2018 19:02:47
Each to their own I suppose, but it makes me cringe and I find it embarrassing personally. It would be really classless and crude for anyone to come out at this stage of the season and tell Sam that he has no future. One minute after the final game, yeah, but not now. It achieves nothing. All these protests achieve is making fools out of the club and its supporters.

05 May 2018 20:03:45
How would you suggest they have their say Pierre?

05 May 2018 20:53:17
As he said Smit666 after the next game.

05 May 2018 22:14:42
So it's not ok to protest? But not till after the last game it is?
That doesn't even make sense.

06 May 2018 00:46:32
I’m done with football, seriously, and I’m done with this board. A bit of perspective is needed now and then I think and the fact that grown men, actual human beings, feel the need to make banners and circulate instructions on how to demonstrate their ire toward millionaire football club owners because their team isn’t playing pretty, attractive football is beyond understandable. As political as this may be, there are people dying every day on the streets because they are homeless. People rely on charity to feed their children and so on and so on. Where are the banners demanding change to humanity? Perspective.

06 May 2018 13:30:13
With all due respect Pierre this is a football banter site not a Greenpeace convention, if you want to discuss politics and charities then maybe try a different forum?



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