fixedJust another example of how horrendously unfair that was. It's ok for Liverpool who committed the sin, they've had plenty of opportunities in Europe since the ban expired but Wimbledon missed the only chance in their history to date.
quite! also lol. i would have loved to have seen that invoked.No way. It was completely unfair, collective punishment is against the Geneva Convention.
oh maaaaaate. GRIMwaiting in a moscow airport for 4 odd hours, 600 chelsea fans packed into a room that fits about 200- two people have asthma attacks, eventually the plane comes and it's already half-filled with diverted passengers, so only 150 of you can get on. and it's pissed down with rain since 11. and you've lost. to the scum. on penalties. that was bad.
if i hadn't have been at the front i'd have had to wait another 6 hrs in there too, apparently. :slanted:
maybe so, but our fans (yes, all seven of us, i'll do my own heckles thank you) are tewwibwy tewwibwy well behaved. wimbledon itself is proper posh - barclays did some survey in the 90s and we had the wealthiest fans in the prem, apparently. obvs i'm not proud of this, and it has no bearing on hooliganism.. i'm just saying.Man, it's Wimbledon we're talking about here. Every last one of their players was a registered hoolie.