Bindippers revert to typecast

Sarge

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#1
Nice of the bindipping scousers to 'welcome' manchester citys team coach arriving at anfield earlier! Guess in that part of the country it'll forever be the 70s

Out of order man city's team coach colliding with all those cans bottles n missiles, come on 'city show some respect? Cuh!
 

holdsteady

Active member
#3
Bet city wish they had stayed in the bus though, 3-0 down after half an hour. Liverpool can win the champions league this year, that attack is unplayable at times.
 

Sarge

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#8
You’re right, those flares and bottles will do it every time!
Modern football eh? Tony Booth and Mike Doyle (70s City players) would've headed them missiles, bricks and all, back at the bindippers:eek:
 

Oldham

Well-known member
#9
Modern football eh? Tony Booth and Mike Doyle (70s City players) would've headed them missiles, bricks and all, back at the bindippers:eek:
You’re not wrong there mate, and Franny Lee and Mike Summerbee would have stuck them in the back of the net 👍
 
#10
yeah the Liverpool fans should have stood there cheering the manchester city players as they entered the ground. Perhaps Liverpool should have scored an own goal for city too out of respect for their team haha.
 

horseman

Active member
#12
Talk about stereotyping i have family who follow Liverpool and i have been there a few times as a guest..A member of my family was seperated from a relation when a Chelsea firm came up the road and 3 Liverpool fans remained with her with no regard for their own safety..
You say that their fans are living in the 70's yet over 30 years have past since the European ban and you still blame them? which of course is not factually correct as there were many other incidents around that time involving Leeds,Spurs to name but 2.
 

SiHath

Junior Member
#16
I've never really understood opposition fans using "Never their fault" tag.

Heysel saw 20-odd Liverpool fans convicted of Involuntary Manslaughter, along with local police, so some of their fans were at fault, and I'm not aware of much denial of that. Obviously some fans will never accept that fans of their team can do any wrong (hardly unique in that respect).

So are some people still saying that Hillsborough was the fault of Liverpool fans?
 
#17
I've never really understood opposition fans using "Never their fault" tag.
So are some people still saying that Hillsborough was the fault of Liverpool fans?
Not 100% but they contributed greatly. In those days you knew that if enough turned up you all got in as the police would sooner you were in the ground than roaming the streets.
 

Marked Ox

Well-known member
#18
I've never really understood opposition fans using "Never their fault" tag.

Heysel saw 20-odd Liverpool fans convicted of Involuntary Manslaughter, along with local police, so some of their fans were at fault, and I'm not aware of much denial of that. Obviously some fans will never accept that fans of their team can do any wrong (hardly unique in that respect).

So are some people still saying that Hillsborough was the fault of Liverpool fans?
I get opposition fans using the tag when ex-Liverpool player David Thompson claimed it was Everton fans dressed in Liverpool gear to get them chucked out of Europe. Plenty agreed with him.
 

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