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United - Lock-Up?

Great to see (not) that every man and his dog is jumping in with a view or two on the latest Rooney incident.

With the Football Association insisting that the two game ban will be served, despite an appeal, Superintendent Mark Payne, of which Police Force I`m not sure, has come out with a peach of a comment,

"If Rooney had behaved like that on a Saturday night, I`d have expected my officers to lock him up."

Now, perhaps all us travelling football fans might like to see justice for all then because some of the behaviour I`ve witnessed whilst being chaperoned, corralled etc by various Police Forces up and down the country far exceeds a couple of obscenities mouthed down a camera!




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The Journalist

Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday April 8 2011

Time: 4:00PM

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They must be planning to build a lot of cells if he wants to lock up people for swearing, imagine all those cop wagons at every schoolboy footie match in your local park how many matches do you think would pass off without someone being nicked for mouthing off, I suppose Rooney should be happy he ain't Brazilian otherwise he'd be dodging bullets as well as a fine. Talk about blowing a story out of proportion, shock horror, obscenities at a football match, what have we become.
Kanchelskis
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08/04/2011 19:53:00

Good god you lot are thick - take the red tinted glasses off and see this for what it was - an instance of blatant thuggery that had implications far beyond a football pitch. Tell me you'd not be slightly worried/pis5ed off/violent towards someone who did that ot you on the street. Stop trying to defend the indefensible, stop whining and take the punishment like men. Oh I forgot...
fifthcolumnblue
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08/04/2011 20:13:00

Blatant thuggery lol, it was at most a "foul mouthed rant", thuggery would be throwing darts at trainees.
Kanchelskis
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08/04/2011 20:48:00

Agree with you Kanchelskis completely. Ickle Superintendent wanted some media attention bless him. I take it the streets he patrols has a population of 0.
TheFamousNo7
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09/04/2011 10:40:00

 

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