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Mark kavanagh

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Is any action being taken over the bottle incident at wembley? its gone very quiet on that front, the lad could have been hurt.... If it was millwall or chelsea they would have been all over it !

Is this a national league or an fa matter?
 

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Is any action being taken over the bottle incident at wembley? its gone very quiet on that front, the lad could have been hurt.... If it was millwall or chelsea they would have been all over it !

Is this a national league or an fa matter?
What about when a Tranmere fan threw a bottle at a Peterborough player?
 

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Your just bitter cos your local paper celebrated our promotion and ignored your title win in Feb.

Good point Bertie. 2 wrongs don't make a right both should be investigated and action taken against the culprits
 

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It's a police matter ultimately. They're the ones who give the football banning orders, and the criminal records. Even if they do get banned, I doubt the Boreham Wood dictatorship will allow such negative propaganda to be widely reported.
 

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Doubt they will ban him and cut their fan base by a quarter. It is funny how the only people that follow them are complete morons banned from premiership clubs, mostly spurs.
They have definitely got a strange support base. There seemed to be two extremes. Families with little kids or lairy blokes looking for some 'action'.
 
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Not that I condone such an incident as it shows complete lack of class (something that Boreham Wood already have an unfortunate reputation for, including their thug of a chairman) but is an empty plastic bottle with the cap taken off likely to hurt anyone badly, even when thrown from high up/far away?
 
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Not that I condone such an incident as it shows complete lack of class (something that Boreham Wood already have an unfortunate reputation for, including their thug of a chairman) but is an empty plastic bottle with the cap taken off likely to hurt anyone badly, even when thrown from high up/far away?
They clearly weren't empty. There was about 10 thrown.

Who cares.
 
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I assumed they were empty, because they don't allow people to bring bottles into big stadia and you usually have to take the top off when you buy a drink at the bar, and I would've thought even lowlifes like those wouldn't throw a bottle still full of liquid for fear of it splashing someone and incurring the wrath of their fellow fans, but maybe people of that ilk don't think like that even if they have any brain cells.
 

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