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Never known Wednesday fans not to respect the minutes silence at Hillsborough. 

 

No need for warnings in my opinion.  

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All it takes is a friendly reminder from the stewards surely. 

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Are you sure it wasn't just Sky pumping that noise in?

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13 minutes ago, deaks1984 said:

Are you sure it wasn't just Sky pumping that noise in?

Wouldn't be the first time.

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They ALWAYS screw it up in the past. Think last time they made the announcement about a mins silence on the whistle etc. Then no whistle, went quite, bugle played, ref whistle went (for the silence) but everyone thought we'd already had it with the bugle so there was the usual cheer and shouting and the ref and players just looked like idiots.

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42 minutes ago, agentwalker said:

They ALWAYS screw it up in the past. Think last time they made the announcement about a mins silence on the whistle etc. Then no whistle, went quite, bugle played, ref whistle went (for the silence) but everyone thought we'd already had it with the bugle so there was the usual cheer and shouting and the ref and players just looked like idiots.

During the minutes silence I don’t want to here a smash and

 

”borrocks I’ve dropped mi last jar of chutney!!!”

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7 minutes ago, deaks1984 said:

remembered that, and what did they do? they published the smallest article/message you've ever seen apologising for the mistake so no one could see it, didn't even mention it during the broadcast as well. lobbers.

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2 hours ago, Mycroft said:

Never known Wednesday fans not to respect the minutes silence at Hillsborough. 

 

No need for warnings in my opinion.  

The situation that happened at Blackburn has happened more than once though. Happened at Derby a few years ago as well.

 

No harm in pointing it out in the hope of avoiding it happening again.

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31 minutes ago, Leaping Lannys Perm said:

The situation that happened at Blackburn has happened more than once though. Happened at Derby a few years ago as well.

 

No harm in pointing it out in the hope of avoiding it happening again.

Bit different to pissed up/drugged up away fans coming in late to home fans coming in late.

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26 minutes ago, Birley Owl 1867 said:

Bit different to pissed up/drugged up away fans coming in late to home fans coming in late.

Not just away fans that get pissed up or drugged up

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39 minutes ago, Ferkorf said:

Not just away fans that get pissed up or drugged up

Of course not, but majority of pissed or drugged up fans are away supporters.

 

Especially Wednesday away fans.

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4 minutes ago, Mycroft said:

They are adults they don't need your instructions.  

 

 

 

Clearly they do or we wouldn’t be discussing it.......

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Was locked outside during the minutes silence.

You could've heard a pin drop from inside and outside the ground

Well respected Wednesday.

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Well respected indeed, and sorry to moan...

 

But seriously, why the fizz do the club have Ozzie and Barney Owl joining the players huddle at kick-off to commemorate the dead? I mean nothing shows respect for the fallen in the Somme than having some loon pretending to be a 7ft owl looking down respectfully at his oversized comedy feet? Or perhaps a poignant tribute to all those carrier pigeons killed in the line of duty?

 

Surely it would be better for the mascots to quietly sit down in the tunnel for a short while.

 

At least we're not the only ones doing it.

 

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Meticulously observed.

Good job everyone.

The thing about the mascot is that although it looks stupid from the outside, there's a human being inside showing their respects.

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1 minute ago, Rev Owl said:

Meticulously observed.

Good job everyone.

The thing about the mascot is that although it looks stupid from the outside, there's a human being inside showing their respects.

 

But do they really need to show their respects in the middle of the pitch in full costume?

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