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1 minute ago, TrickyTrev said:

Here’s a nice video from last night of Ollie McBarndoor stamping on a Forest fan.

 

 

Assault is assault

 

In the same way the supporter should be prosecuted, so should McBurnie. Disgraceful behaviour.

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2 minutes ago, striker said:

Assault is assault

 

In the same way the supporter should be prosecuted, so should McBurnie. Disgraceful behaviour.

Noooooo we want that donkey starting every week for them....2 goals in 2 seasons I believe....£17m well spent. It would be funny if he has worsened his injury doing this

 

That said......he's put himself in a very difficult situation here with the video.... action needs to be taken

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13 minutes ago, TrickyTrev said:

Here’s a nice video from last night of Ollie McBarndoor stamping on a Forest fan.

 

 

No doubt most of those crying about Billy will be celebrating this, like he is some sort of legend. 

 

He's a complete and utter tail. The way he was first on the pitch during the Hecky incident shows how little class this guy has. 

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He was first up from the bench when Heckinbottom threw the ball at Spence too, before a Forest reaction had even happened.

 

Plus allegations of antagonising the fans from the bench throughout the first half.

 

In another scenario you put this as a bloke on a night out and add these 3 clips together you could quite easily come to the conclusion that he was 'looking for trouble' all night, before it typically kicks off.

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Obviously not keen on him but that statement Sharp put out last night was class to be fair. Doesn’t change the fact that he’s a beIIend, but it was a good statement and he does some good charity work. Still a beIIend though. 

 

McBurnie on the other hand is a complete and utter waste of oxygen with no redeeming qualities whatsoever

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1 minute ago, nbupperthongowl said:

Noooooo we want that donkey starting every week for them....2 goals in 2 seasons I believe....£17m well spent. It would be funny if he has worsened his injury doing this

 

That said......he's put himself in a very difficult situation here with the video.... action needs to be taken

Don't worry, McBurnie and Brewster still the dream team for them next season 🤣 

 

Hasn't this weapon been in trouble with the law before? When are we going to hear the police have taken action on this assault too?

 

In all seriousness, they really are a scummy little club. Difficult to take the moral high ground now and play the victims....and let's not forget this incident and the tone of the night was set by their manager being a bell end.

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2 minutes ago, Skyline said:

No doubt most of those crying about Billy will be celebrating this, like he is some sort of legend. 

 

He's a complete and utter tail. The way he was first on the pitch during the Hecky incident shows how little class this guy has. 

How did you know they would be celebrating him 'protecting' his team mates??? It's like you understand their warped attitudes 😉

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So in the last two years he's got nicked for drink driving & speeding (guilty verdict), attacked someone & stamped on there phone (accepted caution) & now stamped on a Forest fan.....

Is a Statue incoming or will a stand be named after him  ?

 

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5 minutes ago, Skyline said:

No doubt most of those crying about Billy will be celebrating this, like he is some sort of legend. 

 

He's a complete and utter tail. The way he was first on the pitch during the Hecky incident shows how little class this guy has. 


100%
 

Also wasn’t McBurnie wearing a medical boot not long ago?

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1 minute ago, nbupperthongowl said:

How did you know they would be celebrating him 'protecting' his team mates??? It's like you understand their warped attitudes 😉

They're a predictable bunch.

Saturday they were hailing the amazing "spiderman". 

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Just now, beswetherick said:


100%
 

Also wasn’t McBurnie wearing a medical boot not long ago?

He was wearing it last night!

He ran onto the pitch faster than any other player to get involved. With his hood up. 

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It does question the attitude they had going into the match all along. There was a clear premeditated intention to make it ugly from the off.

 

Not sure i'd be a fan of us doing the same tbh. Scummy behaviour planned from the managers level most likely.

 

McBurnie probably just following the brief that was given.

 

Stay classy

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1 minute ago, striker said:

Don't worry, McBurnie and Brewster still the dream team for them next season 🤣 

 

Hasn't this weapon been in trouble with the law before? When are we going to hear the police have taken action on this assault too?

 

In all seriousness, they really are a scummy little club. Difficult to take the moral high ground now and play the victims....and let's not forget this incident and the tone of the night was set by their manager being a bell end.

Well they won't be able to sell them so the will have to play them

 

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26 minutes ago, g-owls said:

It was said on TalkSPORT this morning by Simon Jordan, that a journalist he knew, that was at the game last night had told him that the United bench were goading supporters, and apparently officials/stewards etc were told if it carried on, there was a real chance of a major flashpoint. He went on to specifically name Sharp and McBurnie.as being the two main protagonists.

Make of that what you wish…

 

 

Sharp and McBurnie goading opposition fans; I'm absolutely shocked ..........     

 

.....  said no one ever.

 

 

Of course it doesn't excuse the assault on Sharp, but such behaviour by a player makes such an incident more likely to happen, and makes him more likely to be the target when it does.

 

There's a video of Sharp in another incident walking towards a Derby(?) fan and aggressively shouting "What you gunna do about it?" so it's hardly a great surprise that eventually some idiot decided that they would do something about it.

 

 

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What, McBurnie acting like a thug? Noooo, I'm not having that.

 

Only seems fair that he should get a similar custodial sentence and ban from football as the Forest fan who clattered Sharp.

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