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First of all what is he doing there in the first place. He is injured and not in the squad. Why is he on the pitch? 
 

The video shows clear intent to stamp on someone. The sharp incident is a disgrace. This is also a disgusting act. 
 

Pitch invasions often happen after a game like this why are the United players not getting down the tunnel? They were clearly spoiling for a fight all evening (that still doesn’t excuse the Sharp headbutt). 

 

Two very cowardly individuals and both should be punished for it. You can not charge and blindside someone with a head butt and you can not stamp on someone who is on the ground. Both are dangerous and intentional acts.

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17 minutes ago, alanharper said:

 

How exactly can Forest, or any club, "control their fans" in a situation like that, short of fencing them in? 

 

Sharp was targeted because he's a shithouse who likes to goad opposition fans, not saying that justifies the attack, but that's why it happened. 

 

Your lot were attacking Walsall players on the pitch when you went down to division 4, it's not a recent phenomenon. 

Ahem … Crystal Palace at Hillsborough.

 

United seem to manage to keep their fans of the pitch apart from the odd kid who spins get off.

 

You carry on blaming Sharp for getting headbutted mate, expect that from you 😂

 

 

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9 hours ago, BIG D said:

Why did the scrubbers need all their injured players around the touch line? It’s pretty normal for them to be in the stand. Also time and time again at the end of games when players know a pitch invasion is coming the players of the away team will look to get off asap. What were Sharp and McBurnie doing?

To be fair to Sharp, wasn’t he just stood on the touch line minding his own business? Possibly looking out for his  team mates who may have been stranded on the pitch at full time. 
 

The clip I’ve seen of Mcburnie is too hurried to see much, but he’s in deep water if there is other footage, which in this day and age is almost a certainty. 
 

 

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8 minutes ago, Devonstrix said:

To be fair to Sharp, wasn’t he just stood on the touch line minding his own business? Possibly looking out for his  team mates who may have been stranded on the pitch at full time. 
 

The clip I’ve seen of Mcburnie is too hurried to see much, but he’s in deep water if there is other footage, which in this day and age is almost a certainty. 
 

 

 

Makes zero sense 

 

Injured players on the bench? McBurnie sat there with a moon boot on and one of them even had a man bag on - WTF?!?! 

 

Weird 

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You can just hear Mcburnie giving his excuse now can’t you. It’ll be the same as in the Andy and Lou sketch in Little Brittain, when Lou sees Andy's empty wheel chair and finds him up a tree…………

 

 

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1 hour ago, Owling with laughter said:

Why were Forest fans who were on the pitch illegally in the United players faces instead of around their own players celebrating?

 

Sharp was attacked. Brewster was attacked and I hear Robinson was attacked. 

 

It all boils down to if Forest had controlled their fans their wouldn’t have been any incidents.

 

Any opinion on Heckingbottom's behaviour shoving the ball aggressively at Spence? Or reports that the United bench was goading Forest fans all game? That Cooper chose to keep his side on the field while your shower went down the tunnel to not get drawn into what your players were trying at HT?

 

At this point we know who McBurnie is. Not one to shy from a scrap or running his gobsh*te trap is he, at least everywhere apart from the football pitch. I don't know why you lot bother. He's absolute garbage and pulling your clubs pants down with his weekly wage. It's a shame he's only got a year left to bleed you dry of the cash you're quickly running out of. 

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2 hours ago, StudentOwl said:

Was it not a penalty shootout? It's a coin flip as to whether they run onto the pitch having lost their sh*t at getting to Wembley, isn't it?

 

 

They were there the whole game though. 

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11 hours ago, Waddle93 said:

 

Sometimes you just lose your cool in these situations and if somebody has just tried to have a go at your mate that's 1 of those moments.


yes you’ve got a point - if you have a criminal mindset like that then when you lose your cool you do illegal things like assaulting people.  Should stand up in court 

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Breaking news Oli McBurnie to receive record 15 match ban for stamping on Forest fan. Club are to appeal the length of ban after protests from Blades fans insisting it’s not long enough #swfc

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It's down to reasonable force and I'd argue that allegedly stamping on someone lying on the ground is not using reasonable force

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I think if this was a Wednesday player and not McBurnie, after a Wednesday player had been taken out by a blindside running headbutt,  the comments on here would be a lot different.

 

And that video of him on the street having a go at someone..hadn't the victim been following him, goading him? if that was Sam Hutchinson attacking a united fan who was winding him up, he would be a hero on here. 

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4 hours ago, StudentOwl said:

Was it not a penalty shootout? It's a coin flip as to whether they run onto the pitch having lost their sh*t at getting to Wembley, isn't it?

 

Let's not let our dislike for them make our brain cells leak out our ears, in truth there is nothing unreasonable about injured players coming down to the touchline for a penalty shootout. We'd do exactly the same. Can you imagine Sam Hutchinson staying in the stands for a shootout ffs? lol

 

If their not in the matchday squad there is absolutely no reason to be sat on the bench...

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Owling with Laughter pretending to be a Wednesday fan is always so cute. 

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2 hours ago, Devonstrix said:

To be fair to Sharp, wasn’t he just stood on the touch line minding his own business? Possibly looking out for his  team mates who may have been stranded on the pitch at full time. 
 

The clip I’ve seen of Mcburnie is too hurried to see much, but he’s in deep water if there is other footage, which in this day and age is almost a certainty. 
 

 

Bound to be other footage, cameras are covering most of inside and outside of stadium's nowadays. 

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19 minutes ago, Bannofan said:

I think if this was a Wednesday player and not McBurnie, after a Wednesday player had been taken out by a blindside running headbutt,  the comments on here would be a lot different.

 

And that video of him on the street having a go at someone..hadn't the victim been following him, goading him? if that was Sam Hutchinson attacking a united fan who was winding him up, he would be a hero on here. 

 

The difference being that for decades the Blunts have had a policy of deliberately employing players who have this sort of attitude/behaviour/criminal record, whereas Wednesday don't.  

 

Seeing as how you mention Sam Hutchinson specifically: He just doesn't get himself in those situations. Have you ever read anything negative about him off the field? Yes, he has had his hot-headed moments on the pitch (not so much recently), but most reports say he is a model professional footballer both on and off the pitch. In stark contrast the blunts have, and have had on their books, a list of loud-mouthed, yobbish, drunken, criminals and sex offenders as long as your arm!

 

Wednesday as a club, players and fans are, always have been, and always will be, several classes above our porcine neighbours. End of.

 

UTO

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21 minutes ago, Key said:

 

The difference being that for decades the Blunts have had a policy of deliberately employing players who have this sort of attitude/behaviour/criminal record, whereas Wednesday don't.  

 

Seeing as how you mention Sam Hutchinson specifically: He just doesn't get himself in those situations. Have you ever read anything negative about him off the field? Yes, he has had his hot-headed moments on the pitch (not so much recently), but most reports say he is a model professional footballer both on and off the pitch. In stark contrast the blunts have, and have had on their books, a list of loud-mouthed, yobbish, drunken, criminals and sex offenders as long as your arm!

 

Wednesday as a club, players and fans are, always have been, and always will be, several classes above our porcine neighbours. End of.

 

UTO

Madine?

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43 minutes ago, Bannofan said:

I think if this was a Wednesday player and not McBurnie, after a Wednesday player had been taken out by a blindside running headbutt,  the comments on here would be a lot different.

 

And that video of him on the street having a go at someone..hadn't the victim been following him, goading him? if that was Sam Hutchinson attacking a united fan who was winding him up, he would be a hero on here. 

I’m sure no other players have to put up with this. 

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4 minutes ago, Devonstrix said:

Madine?

 

Well done: That's one!

 

Try making a table listing such players from both clubs, you'll run out of names in Wednesday's column very quickly and be scrolling down the Blunts column for ages!

 

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