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Notts Police at Half Time - SHOCKING VIDEO.

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All Barnsley fans aren't inbred dingles, Liverpool fans not all unemployed thieves, Cardiff aren't all sheep shaggers, but for football bantering and singing reasons they are.

Frankly your miners diatribe is rumbleing boring.

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That really bothers me FG.

I hold your opinions in such high regard.

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Amazingly, the sensible fans tried to drown out the neanderthals who were by the bar with a rendition of 'if you don't f'ing bounce', but then got thrown out by the coppers for bouncing, causing people to chant against them!

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How is that saying they couldn't give a f00k?

Sorry but if they have no evidence that can't do anything. The coppers mates won't agree with you, so pointless asking them.

If i phoned your boss (not knowing what you do) and said you had been racist towards someone at work, and had no proof just my word against yours. Would you accept a sacking? On your statement i imagine you would.

Again not saying its right what happens just think people need to use a bit of common sense when it comes to coppers. They are human too and yes there are some coppers who are complete and utter power mad fools, but the vast amount of coppers dont want trouble or anything. And the Harry Roberts song is disgusting. The coppers that were killed are someone's family. We mention how bad some fans are for chanting about say billy sharps kid when he died yet when we sing this...nothing

Because forget the letter, there was no need for it in the first place.

That was about five or six years before the Stephen Lawrence inquiry when the British police felt so hurt about being described as "institutionally racist".

Mmmmmm.

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And well done to him then, I starved for almost a year when my dad was on strike In Maltby,my best friends dad "scabbed" In Maltby, a full coach covered In mesh with god knows how many coppers just to take 1 man to work at Maltby Colliery,I saw my dad come home with his friends black and blue from the "treatment" from the police on the picket lines, there will be plenty of people on here with connections to the miners strike In one way or another.

It's In the past now and people move on, Thatcher was the one that destroyed a once proud Industry and communities.

I'll leave it be.

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Watching both videos, the police were there doing the job of clearing what seems a laughable concourse size, but to be as heavy handed as that was shocking if you look in the first video it was almost like lemmings, the people were being continually handled and pushed throughout the line of police, the price of a football fan it seems.

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Pause @ 0:26, the poor lad only went out to get his Nan a loaf of bread from offie :).

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Because forget the letter, there was no need for it in the first place.

That was about five or six years before the Stephen Lawrence inquiry when the British police felt so hurt about being described as "institutionally racist".

Mmmmmm.

I agree there wasn't a need for it. I just don't think you can say the police didn't give a flip cause of their response to you.

Times have moved on since then and if it happened now there will be a different response.

I was only a wee nipper when Steven Lawrence was killed so my memory of policing then is limited as at the age of say 3 i dont think i was a danger to society yet

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Typical scabs being idiots and picking on the small ones because they dont have the guts to take on the big ones!!

Thatchers briatin

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They should have given us 500 tickets then. And there would have been a 94 page thread about the lack of tickets, SAG etc. If this video was of Liverpool fans, people would be going barmy on here about the fans beahviour.

do you think the police would ever treat Liverpool fans like that?

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YouTube isn't controlled by UK police.

Can't imagine why the police intervened. Seems like a perfectly affable place to be. Loads of flipping tugger chants, and people behaving perfectly. Wish I had taken my son there.

Just playing devils advocate here..... Lots of people have said it was overcrowded. Were the police right to take people outside to relieve pressure, and then let them back in again? How long were they out for?

I ALWAYS disagree with ejecting a minor.... Who knows who's outside the ground to look after them?

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lets all feel sorry for the coppers for - a) they may have started as early as 9am (boo hoo) ! b) some football fans shouted/sang nasty words at them c) they may have been dealing with other loud obnoxious football fans before that and had had enough d) coz they are generally too thick to act rationally and they love a scrap more than the average football fan or football/hooligan.

give em a break, anyone would think they were paid to protect our streets.

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Or young kids that were in the wrong place at the the wrong time?

A least one them on the video looks about 14 and could easily have been sent his dad for a pie - never to return.

A bit like Captain Oats? "I'm going out for a pie I may be some time."

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How old is your mate?

Scab - was he even born in 1984 or involved in the dispute?

Not trying to be offensive then or cause trouble?

I know its a subject he feels strongly about and yes he was born then, it wasnt like it was even directed at anyone, he joined in with the chanting and was pulled to the side to have his name and address taken. In a country where free speech and the right to voice your opinions is encouraged, it seems Nottingham police dont like the phrase 'scab' being said by 'outsiders'. Yet stand at the side of the road abusing our soldiers and all you get is a police escort....

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Me and my mate were in the concourse, it was quite packed but there was still room to move up/down stairs etc., but when the police waded in, people panicked, and started pushing up stairs. There was a lass who got her feet stuck at the ottom and fell on the stairs, and if we hadn't elped her p 'm confident she would have been crushed &trampled, yet before thecops came in she wassteadily making her way to the concourse. Also, the doors to the outside were open already to go for a ***, so people could get back in. In short, the pice did the right thing, in a very very wrong way.

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I know! I swear it's just bloody kids getting chucked out.

It was the same at Villa 20 years ago, nothings changed. West Midlands finest pulling out the youngest lads when everyone was singing the same thing.

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How old is your mate?

Scab - was he even born in 1984 or involved in the dispute?

Not trying to be offensive then or cause trouble?

So by your logic what are we doing supporting armistice day? I was not born in 1945 but I am very grateful for those people who fought for our freedom.

The people who walked through the picket lines had a huge impact on how are society has developed. It has helped to destroy communities, decimate our manufacturing base and is responsible for a large number of young people at the time who will possibly never get a job. So another majorly important act in deciding the future of the country but not worth supporting?

So in one situation we have people who died for their country and in another we have people who destroyed there country. However it is ok to support the one who died for their country whether you were born or not. However you cannot give abuse to the ones who destroyed our country if you were not born.

Feel free to disagree with what I understand but historians are now beginning to paint this picture of our history. It seems we have forgotten our history and are determined to repeat it.

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Police can't win either way. If someone has got crushed people would have complained that they just stood there. Opening the gate was the right thing to do and they has to get people out of the area quickly so started pulling people clear. Looks rough but you can't have a long winded conversation with everyone as you are easing the crush. As said earlier everyone got back in apart from a minority. For what it's with I thought during the game the police were a lot more lenient with Wednesday fans than county fans.

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Wonder how long before this disappears from you tube by the police state.

There are countries in south america where if you say the wrong thing to a copper you disappear and no-one sees you again. In the UK you can sing songs about a cop killer to our police and the worst thing that happens is you get kicked out of a football match. Please tell me you can see the difference?

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Look at the very start of the video. It is absolutely rammed and the exit back up to the stand was full of people. If left the people would have been hurt. The police opened the gate to make room and get people outside to stop a crush. Anyone causing a fuss needed to be got out of the way as I'd it kicked off it will have caused mayhem. As a poster said above they all got back in. The Club are to blame for the second year in a row the stand simply not being able to hold its capacity. It isn't safe.

But the exit was blocked by about 15 police by the look of the video so they decided to wade into the crowds throwing young kids back to the others to launch outside if they had opened the gate and moved people might have gone out to get out of the way

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