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    Comment on Does Money Indeed Ruin Football? by paddy malarkey.

    I was talking to a TRFC fan about the one-man pitch invasion on Friday and ,while agreeing that something had to be done , I thought that his proposal of immediate closure of a stand was draconian , and suggested that time be taken to set out procedures with sanctions attached to deal with any future occurences. I reminded him that they'd had the same problem v Villareal in November , including glass bottle thrown onto the pitch , and had recieved only a fine and a warning from UEFA . I suggested that this may be the way to go . I am now deemed a "hater" 

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    Were any of those concerts at Hampden , perchance ?


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    Recent Comments by paddy malarkey

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    Accountability via Transparency.
    Ex Ludo 6th May 2019 at 20:51

    That'll never do ! There's mention there of  –

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