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we need a vigorous response to this

let's see how our new PR department is shaping up

 

I'd be sending over a team of cleaners, at our expense, to clean up the bridge, re-paint it, get some plants etc set up and take the Bohemian lads out for a slap up meal

 

sorry, this is two posts in one

 

 

 

1 dreadful, embarrassing, lamentable business this - absolutely do not need this

 

2 is our PR dept any good?

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Bohemians fans rallied together and went out and cleaned it earlier.

 

 

I know but it's just covered up, judging by the photos and in general the bridge looks s***

 

so we should get it smartened up and give them a few quid to maintain it with flowers and the like

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2nd or 3rd such thing lately isn't it?

 

Find it odd that it was done by 'people wearing Liverpool shirts'...not your standard scally attire...unless it is just k****ead kids, which it probably is and in which case hopefully there will be a bit of self-policing.

 

All pretty depressing though, especially at a time when we are getting lots of good will from most other clubs.

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There were a few City fans looking for (or pretending to look for, I'm not quite sure) a bit of a kick off on the way out of the game yesterday - didn't see anything more than a few verbals, but seemed a bit unnecessary from the f*cking manc tw*ts.

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2nd or 3rd such thing lately isn't it?

 

Find it odd that it was done by 'people wearing Liverpool shirts'...not your standard scally attire...unless it is just k****ead kids, which it probably is and in which case hopefully there will be a bit of self-policing.

 

All pretty depressing though, especially at a time when we are getting lots of good will from most other clubs.

 

Apparently someone on the coach said it was a gang of youths who weren't wearing colours. Doesn't excuse it of course.

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2nd or 3rd such thing lately isn't it?

 

Find it odd that it was done by 'people wearing Liverpool shirts'...not your standard scally attire...unless it is just k****ead kids, which it probably is and in which case hopefully there will be a bit of self-policing.

 

All pretty depressing though, especially at a time when we are getting lots of good will from most other clubs.

The telegraph report is wrong. Two city fans on twitter who were on the bus have mentioned that it was scallies who weren't wearing kits.

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Man Utd's official Twitter account tweeted a respectful Hillsborough tribute this morning. Some of the responses from their own 'fans' are vile.

 

All clubs have a % of imbeciles attaching themselves to the club, meaning the higher profile clubs have a higher number of said imbeciles, unfortunately.

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we need a vigorous response to this

let's see how our new PR department is shaping up

 

I'd be sending over a team of cleaners, at our expense, to clean up the bridge, re-paint it, get some plants etc set up and take the Bohemian lads out for a slap up meal

 

sorry, this is two posts in one

 

 

 

1 dreadful, embarrassing, lamentable business this - absolutely do not need this

 

2 is our PR dept any good?

 

If we are looking at it purely from a PR perspective, I wouldn't be doing anything that draws any further attention to it at all

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