- Jan 24, 2007
I see.You missed my point. I meant you might aswell start the thread a day before the game, it's going to happen. You might aswell start talking about 'shocking' events unfolding at Home Park in the League fixture.
Don't they teach maths at your school? A third is less than a half, so it's a minority.What's all this about 'minority'? What i saw last night was THE WHOLE of 'zoo corner' all giving it large, zoo corner was home to about a third of all Argyle support, hardly minority.
"Supt Sumner also said that a steward was injured after, he believed, he was hit in the face by coins.
That's exactly what I thought. Spotlight made no attempts to make it clear that it was the scum in the home end bottling their own stewards and merely preferred to use the phrase "fans" rather than "home" or "Argyle fans.""Supt Sumner also said that a steward was injured after, he believed, he was hit in the face by coins.
He said: “The police and the stewards who maintained the segregation of home and away fans faced violence towards them on both sides – including being struck by coins, fireworks and other objects."
Like much of the coverage on BBC, this annoyed me because it gives the impression both sides were equally to blame.
I hope the club make a strong statement; otherwise I worry our fans will be tarred with the same brush as the criminals in the Argyle end