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Re: The Twelth Man

By dw6/4/2015 21:18Mon Apr 6 21:18:26 2015In response to Re: The Twelth Man

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I was not at today's game sadly, let me say that firstly. However, it is sad to hear that the issues raised last year seem to have reoccurred. I can accept isolated expletives, (it is part of the passion of watching football for many people), but tirades of screamed verbal expletives have no place, whether at home matches OR away matches.

If there were to be a choice of moving forward without the regular embarrassment of extreme foul language, or simply disappearing into oblivion, I know which I would choose.

On Saturday against Maidstone, from my position behind the goal, an exceptionally healthy number of Hendon supporters filled the terrace and I heard nothing that anyone could have quibbled with.

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