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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by originallambrettaman, Jul 17, 2020.
I assumed Skippy was male. I'm not homophobic, but maybe skipp was before his time. A kind of pioneer downunder.
He should be called Hoppy or Jumpy anyway.
Millwall fans back and showing their class...
They shouldn't still be doing the knee anyway, Blm is not a organization i'd support and the whole thing as no part in football.
But that aside, would you boo?
Will 'we' be taking the knee for eternity ? Will the person, if they ever do, who makes the decision to knock it on the head be called a racist ?
It'll stop at sometime, I hope gracefully, same as the 'applaud the NHS' stopped with no-one getting slagged off.
Just seen that on the news, considering there was only 1 or 2 thousand fans they made a lot of noise. Did they all have microphones linked to the PA system.
On Twitter, Gary Lineker, said: 'Let's be fair, it only appears to be a small minority of Millwall fans that didn't boo the players taking the knee.'
Minor slip of the tongue I suspect.
It was a majority of the minority of Millwall fans who were there.
Apparently some Millwall upset the BLM moment today.
Opps post above mention it soz.
That's a slightly loaded question(given that Dion Dublin has labelled them racists)?
Simple question. What Dion Dublin or anybody says has nothing to do with answering it.
Maybe it would have been better if the catalyst for this movement had been a decent bloke not a vicious, drug dealing thug.
Same happened at West Ham as well, only going to be a ongoing issue as more fans get back in the stadium, time to quitely drop it or will the FA persist it carries on untill the end of the season ?
Now if I was to agree with this I think it better to keep it to myself for fear of been branded a racist.
I hope we don't see scenes like this when fans return to the KCOM, like there were at West Ham today. Highly dangerous, people standing - there could be a surge, numerous injuries, children traumatised...
Though you can count on our stewards and Humberside's finest pouncing to prevent any of this sort of thing. 400 coppers for a 2,000 crowd should just about cover it.
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