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Re: Bad Manners
Posted by: pa8
Date: 01/09/2017 22:02
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ROLLO
So basically you are not bothered with the traditions of rugby? You won fair and square , well done Wuss were woeful , so why such bad manners - round ball supporters I guess. When you are as poor as Wuss are it is the traditions and the ethos of the game that sustains one.
Best of luck for the rest of the season.
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The bad mannered group of 8 drunken supporters in front of me should definitely be taught about keeping quiet when kicks were taking place - especially when the 'toon fans' as you put it were cunningly disguised in Worcester shirts.
As Charlie Dog said it was definitely sarcasm by certain falcons fans after the awarding of a try which some didn't agree with. But if you're not happy with that why not start with your own bad mannered fans ?

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