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    Comment on Dear Mr Bankier by Haudthebus.

    John Clark 14 December 2018 @ 1204

    Frank Haffey, a real blast from the past.

    I recall in Primary School our learned schoolteacher trying very hard to impart a modicum of culture and education to a group of lads whose only interest was football. I recall vividly his question to the class “who stops 1 in 3” to which he received the response “ my dad says it’s Frank Haffey”. How were we to know he was referencing the Ancient Mariner. The thought still makes me smile after all this time. Thanks for that JC

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    Accountability via Transparency.
    https://fanswithoutscarves.org/2019/04/03/res12-a-new-resource-and-accounting-matters/


    One, er, Two Rules to Rule Them All
    On the subject of perceived provocation please see attached link which I hope I have managed to post. How can any right minded individual believe that racism or sectarianism is an acceptable reaction to scoring a goal or winning a game or celebrating either or both. Is it the same mindset which leads to individual violence against innocent fans celebrating their team’s success. I do have to wonder.

     

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sportsnews/article-6879551/Leonardo-Bonucci-says-Moise-Kean-50-50-blame-racist-abuse.html


    We’re Gonny Need Another Baw.
    http://etims.net/?p=13943

    This article on Etims, by Derek Crowther an ex Ref, is quite revealing.


    We’re Gonny Need Another Baw.
    https://fanswithoutscarves.org/2019/02/22/stigma-in-scottish-football-intro-and-part-1-too-big-to-fail/

     

    I hope I have managed successfully the inclusion of the attached link. If not then you can access via the fans without scarves website. I haven’t read it yet but I expect a good read.


    We’re Gonny Need Another Baw.
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