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Along with their theory of the Met Police and EFL conspiring to get a London club to Wembley. Seen some of their lot saying we have some odd fans aswell ffs.
You can't honestly think it's not a problem when any police force interferes with the game itself in such an intrusive manner. If the second leg was at the Keepmoat and SYP (who take fuckwittery to a new level) had decided that penalties were to be taken in front of the home fans you'd be playing a different tune.

Are you all pals with Roland now btw?
 

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You can't honestly think it's not a problem when any police force interferes with the game itself in such an intrusive manner. If the second leg was at the Keepmoat and SYP (who take fuckwittery to a new level) had decided that penalties were to be taken in front of the home fans you'd be playing a different tune.

Are you all pals with Roland now btw?
If you knew what you were talking about (you don’t) you would know there was problems between home and away fans throughout the night in the Jim Seed.

To suggest it was a conspiracy is laughable.

I’ve already explained the reason the fans turned out/pitch invasion. Our future depends on this promotion. My loyalty to my football club is unwavering, always will be.

So you can shove your Roland comment up your arse. He’s as hated as ever, Bowyer and the boys have done this in spite of him.
 
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If you knew what you were talking about (you don’t) you would know there was problems between home and away fans throughout the night in the Jim Seed.

To suggest it was a conspiracy is laughable.

I’ve already explained the reason the fans turned out/pitch invasion. Our future depends on this promotion. My loyalty to my football club is unwavering, always will be.

So you can shove your Roland comment up your arse. He’s as hated as ever, Bowyer and the boys have done this in spite of him.
I haven't said it was a conspiracy.

If there were problems all night, the same problems would still have been there at the final whistle. You got on the pitch and the Donny fans didn't. I doubt they would have if they had won. You were given an unfair advantage because of Police interference. Simple as that.
 

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I haven't said it was a conspiracy.

If there were problems all night, the same problems would still have been there at the final whistle. You got on the pitch and the Donny fans didn't. I doubt they would have if they had won. You were given an unfair advantage because of Police interference. Simple as that.
How is having the pens at one end and not the other an unfair advantage? Penalties are all about luck, not advantages.
 

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Anyone that thinks it’s a genuine advantage is clearly an idiot. I could think of hundreds of examples where it’s made no difference, we didn’t win the shoot out because it was in front of our fans, we won it because Maquis legs had gone and Rowe tried to be too clever. It certainly didn’t affect Doncaster’s first three takers. I wouldn’t mind, there were home fans in half of the other end anyway.

As for an ‘unfair’ advantage :lol:
The penalties have to be taken from one of the ends, or shall we take the ball out into the car park where there are no fans?

Anyway, we should have had a blatant penalty in front of that end in extra time anyway.

Back on topic, only a couple of thousand tickets left.
 
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Anyone that thinks it’s a genuine advantage is clearly an idiot. I could think of hundreds of examples where it’s made no difference, we didn’t win the shoot out because it was in front of our fans, we won it because Maquis legs had gone and Rowe tried to be too clever. It certainly didn’t affect Doncaster’s first three takers. I wouldn’t mind, there were home fans in half of the other end anyway.

As for an ‘unfair’ advantage :lol:
The penalties have to be taken from one of the ends, or shall we take the ball out into the car park where there are no fans?

Anyway, we should have had a blatant penalty in front of that end in extra time anyway.

Back on topic, only a couple of thousand tickets left.
So if there is no advantage, why do they (in normal circumstances) toss to decide which end penalties are taken from?
 

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So if there is no advantage, why do they (in normal circumstances) toss to decide which end penalties are taken from?
So numpties can’t take to social media and claim the police gave an unfair advantage to one of the teams.

They also toss a coin to see who will kick off to start the game, what advantage is gained there?
 

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They wouldn't need to chose. The referee would decide and because there is supposedly no advantage no one would complain.
Doncaster are complaining because they lost. If they had won it wouldn’t even be an issue, which they still had a 50/50 chance of doing. The end at which the pens were being taken didn’t alter that in anyway.
 

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Doncaster are complaining because they lost. If they had won it wouldn’t even be an issue, which they still had a 50/50 chance of doing. The end at which the pens were being taken didn’t alter that in anyway.
Are we? A few fans maybe but not the club or me, it’s over I’m more interested in who we keep, lose and sign before it all starts again
 

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They might find out and then pass that information on to who is asking for it i.e the press.
So you missed the bit where there is hardly anyone at the club to respond or to ask?

Give your head a rattle, Vic.

Everyone knows it was due to trouble in the Jimmy Seed, including that journo I suspect.
 
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So you missed the bit where there is hardly anyone at the club to respond or to ask?

Give your head a rattle, Vic.

Everyone knows it was due to trouble in the Jimmy Seed, including that journo I suspect.
So three days before your biggest games in years there is no one - no one at all - available for any comments to the press. Sounds totally plausible.
 

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So three days before your biggest games in years there is no one - no one at all - available for any comments to the press. Sounds totally plausible.
You’re getting it at last, considering the ticket office has barely been open since the beginning of the play-offs, I’d say it’s very plausible that there’s not many staff around. Let’s be honest, like you’ve said, three days before our biggest game in years - the few staff that are there will have more important things to be doing that appeasing some gimp from a two bob Doncaster rag.

Here’s an idea, instead of pretending to know anything about Charlton, get out and enjoy Barnsley’s promotion.
 

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I almost feel sorry for Rovers fans looking at that. Will be a low average for them next season unless they’re doing well.
 

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