Flares and incidents

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EastBarnetFan
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Re: Flares and incidents

Post: # 368318Post EastBarnetFan »

rudebwoyben wrote: 05 Feb 2024, 12:58 Roy, have you seen the state of Twitter now under Apartheid Emeralds?!
I’ve reported multiple accounts for the most egregious racist hatred and usually I’m informed that the post I’ve reported did not violate any rules.
I don’t think any accounts are going to be suspended for football violence related posts!
X/Twitter was in a bad state prior to Mr Musk, with any account that didn't conform to radical left ideology being being shadow banned. The suspicious were confirmed when they lifted the bonnet during the Must takeover. Always has, and always will continue to be a bit of a cesspit platform.

On another note, not sure why Amber Battalion are being dragged into this. This incident was 100% Wealdstone and the bees fan who actually helped diffuse the situation came from the part the the stand where the group normally find themselves.
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John Hunt
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Re: Flares and incidents

Post: # 368319Post John Hunt »

beew wrote: 05 Feb 2024, 14:09
Roy57 wrote: 05 Feb 2024, 13:27 When the Barnet fan fan onto the pitch to drag the Wealdstone fan of the steward, Wealdstone player Barker there number 3 tried to stop our supporter from dragging there supporter of the steward, there were at least three of there players who didn't appear to be in any rush to drag the moron of the steward, they really are some club, been checking Youtube and there is footage of this happening going back 10 years, so not a one off.
Footballers play football for a living, it's their job and for many a sole source of income, to provide for their families. You can't expect a player to assist in the arrest of one of there own fans, as it could turn the fanbase against them,. It's s also a breach of the laws of the game to get involved with pitch invaders and if the situation had escalated, the ref might of sent that player off.
Maybe Barker thought our supporter was going to attack their supporter rather than just drag him off and was trying to diffuse the situation himself if somewhat belatedly.

Maybe their players were too involved celebrating to see the incident with the steward?

Who knows?

There is one person to blame for the situation and that is the supporter who was goading our fans and fought with the steward who tackled him.
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Re: Flares and incidents

Post: # 368320Post rudebwoyben »

EastBarnetFan wrote: 05 Feb 2024, 14:45
rudebwoyben wrote: 05 Feb 2024, 12:58 Roy, have you seen the state of Twitter now under Apartheid Emeralds?!
I’ve reported multiple accounts for the most egregious racist hatred and usually I’m informed that the post I’ve reported did not violate any rules.
I don’t think any accounts are going to be suspended for football violence related posts!

X/Twitter was in a bad state prior to Mr Musk, with any account that didn't conform to radical left ideology being being shadow banned.
The suspicious were confirmed when they lifted the bonnet during the Must takeover. Always has, and always will continue to be a bit of a cesspit platform.

On another note, not sure why Amber Battalion are being dragged into this. This incident was 100% Wealdstone and the bees fan who actually helped diffuse the situation came from the part the the stand where the group normally find themselves.
lol at that. Completely untrue, especially given the ideological leanings of all the big tech bros.
adher36
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Re: Flares and incidents

Post: # 368322Post adher36 »

EastBarnetFan wrote: 05 Feb 2024, 14:45
rudebwoyben wrote: 05 Feb 2024, 12:58 Roy, have you seen the state of Twitter now under Apartheid Emeralds?!
I’ve reported multiple accounts for the most egregious racist hatred and usually I’m informed that the post I’ve reported did not violate any rules.
I don’t think any accounts are going to be suspended for football violence related posts!
X/Twitter was in a bad state prior to Mr Musk, with any account that didn't conform to radical left ideology being being shadow banned.
Delusional
tonbridgebee
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Re: Flares and incidents

Post: # 368323Post tonbridgebee »

BarnetBoy wrote: 04 Feb 2024, 15:07 https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=IRYPN5LIS ... YXJuZXQ%3D

Watch from 1:23, the flare that hits the ref clearly comes from the away end.
As expected, as clear as day.
John Hunt
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Re: Flares and incidents

Post: # 368334Post John Hunt »

As expected the hopeless Indians tweet failed to breach Twitter standards so my report was unsuccessful.
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Re: Flares and incidents

Post: # 368343Post simples169 »

Had we taken all our chances during the game and officials given correct decisions the incident would probably never would have taken place because we would have been atleast 5-0 up
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