Why did one of our fans do this?

Guntz

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Yes that's in bad taste, but I have no sympathy for Alonso. If he wasn't ridiculously over the limit that girl would still alive today, and if it wasn't for his status as a footballer he'd be locked up.
 

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Yes that's in bad taste, but I have no sympathy for Alonso. If he wasn't ridiculously over the limit that girl would still alive today, and if it wasn't for his status as a footballer he'd be locked up.
I agree entirely that he got off Scott Free but why would one of our fans go to the expense of producing a banner and taking it to a match against Huddersfield?
 

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I assume he's just a stand up citizen doing his moral duty and bringing this social inequality/injustice to light...:cautious:
 

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Yes that's in bad taste, but I have no sympathy for Alonso. If he wasn't ridiculously over the limit that girl would still alive today, and if it wasn't for his status as a footballer he'd be locked up.
I agree entirely that he got off Scott Free but why would one of our fans go to the expense of producing a banner and taking it to a match against Huddersfield?
He probably did it cause Alsono won the game for them against us this season. Absolutely no reason for the banner though and if I were the club I would be looking for the individual and at the very least having a strong word. What Alonso did was wrong and yes his sentence was pretty soft but he's been through the legal system and should be allowed to move on in what ever way he can. This shit has no place in a football stadium. I mean look at the smile on the idiots face, somehow I don't think he did this for "justice".
 

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He probably did it cause Alsono won the game for them against us this season. Absolutely no reason for the banner though and if I were the club I would be looking for the individual and at the very least having a strong word. What Alonso did was wrong and yes his sentence was pretty soft but he's been through the legal system and should be allowed to move on in what ever way he can. This shit has no place in a football stadium. I mean look at the smile on the idiots face, somehow I don't think he did this for "justice".
Yeah I do agree, let him live with himself everyday for what he did. That's enough.
 

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Yeah I do agree, let him live with himself everyday for what he did. That's enough.
No idea how much torment he is going through or how often he thinks about it but he would have to be a very unfeeling soulless person if it wasn't always somewhere in his mind. If I recall Kluivert was involved in a similar incident.
 
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Bad taste etc etc at worst he should have it taken off him going into a game. That's it.
 

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The guy on right holding it is smiling like a dickhead as well.

Sure he'd find it massively amusing if it was a family member of his or someone he knew that was involved with the incident.
 

midoNdefoe

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On a side not, why am I not surprised that of all clubs, this scumbag plays for Chelsea?
I thought you were going to say:

"On a side not, why am I not surprised that of all clubs, this scumbag supports spurs"

Cos thats basically what all other fans will say.

There is a chance this guy is related or involved in the incident in some way, which would possibly give him some grounds for this wide-of-the-mark protest.

But ultimately, assuming he is not - What a dick! Cheers for making us all look a bit more like ****s! (although some of us are at full saturation already)
 
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