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2 minutes ago, mkowlthesexynewversion said:

Lets not pretend our atmosphere is good though 

Rare and fleeting, usually as a result of being riled by a ref. 

 

True, but when she rocks, she really does rock. But I never found Pride Park a particularly intimidating venue, unless you are trying to park the car

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1 hour ago, owl71 said:

The most intimidating thing about Pride Park is the name.  I mean, aren’t there enough Pride events these days without having an entire venue devoted to them?  Each to their own, but bloody hell.

I've always referred to that miserable, grey dump, (and it's neanderthal contents), as Snide Park. Suits it perfectly.

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50 minutes ago, Reesh said:

Who’s we? Can’t argue with anything he’s said really and is complimenting of the club

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16 minutes ago, Neville Facking Bartos said:

Who’s we? Can’t argue with anything he’s said really and is complimenting of the club

Me. Mainly me, can't stomach the man, brother of a racist murderer who is a bully and a wife beater, bad scouse as well. Scumbag ****.

 

Anyone liking scousers in general is really a bit dim mind.

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16 hours ago, Neville Facking Bartos said:

Blokes a **** I just think, again, some fans get a hyper sensitive of this issue

I think most of us after 33 years consider the matter should be closed. I don't go to Kings Cross Station and ponder fire safety, I don't go on a ferry and debate the Herald of Free Enterprise, I don't go on a train through Clapham and question rail safety.

Each of those were accidents in the 80s, caused by varying degrees of negligence on health and safety matters. Hillsborough in reality was the same, though that story develops due to the way fans were blamed not said negligence.

It's a part of our history we cannot or should not erase, but its a different time, a different era, different people and its time to move on 

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22 minutes ago, HoylandOwl said:

I do understand that those who lost family and friends won’t and can’t forget.  But the rest. Won’t leave it until our ground is gone. And I can’t see it any other way. 

MK, that’s a good post which makes a lot of sense. 

Tbh Tee the event should be reflected upon on an annual basis on the date 

No problem with that 

But the fact the story gets dragged up, Barton being the latest to raise it again, undoubtedly those comments will be mentioned in the commentary tonight

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