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Re: swearing

By John Fordham (legacy user)6/7/2014 18:24Sun Jul 6 18:24:18 2014In response to Re: swearing

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I agree with John in that perhaps there is an over-reaction to the message from Simon. I assume that the message does not relate to swearing within general banter that takes place at matches but relates to the few occasions where, for some supporters, the level of swearing was deemed to be way over the top.

Paul and Rupe, you may not agree with it but surely you must accept that, at times, supporters can be offended. If you agree then surely you must accept that the Club has to address the situation. Which is more important, a few supporters having the freedom to swear as much and as loudly as they want to or have other supporters offended bearing in mind, certainly in the future, a family environment wants to be established. To my mind, it is a no-brainer.

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