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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 November 2009 at 10:57am
What exactly did he do
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 November 2009 at 11:13am
Originally posted by philturk philturk wrote:

What exactly did he do


He deliberately invited Ospreys supporters to the barn.  Since the capacity is limited, and since even the truest and most faithful supporters may not be able to make it on time, there is a small, but palpable, risk that some Scarlets supporters will not be able to get in because their place will have been taken by interlopers.    How treacherous is that?  Shocked
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 November 2009 at 11:19am
Originally posted by NeylandAllBlack NeylandAllBlack wrote:

Originally posted by stonetemplepilot stonetemplepilot wrote:

I think that's enough with the personal attacks, please. They don't make for pleasant reading.
 
OwenR in disguise!!!
Nope - last time I checked, I was still a woman and I'm quite sure that OwenR isn't Wink
 
I repeat what I said - personal attacks don't make for pleasant reading. I expect better from us Scarlets fans. Also, it does say in the t & cs (at the very top of the board, not that anyone apart from me has read them!) that posters should refrain from personal abuse. Regardless of what you think of Owen's actions, ganging up on him and making personal insults isn't nice (I'm not directing this at you, NeylandAllBlack, unless you did too)
 
If people want to resort to name-calling, then head on over to Gwlad's rugby section where you'll fit right in.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 November 2009 at 11:25am
I dont see anything wrong with inviting opposition supporters to the barn.
Part of rugbys attraction is the pre match banter etc.
 
We are going down the football mentality if we dont want opposition fans at our barn.
 
The Wasps episode is well documented lets be above that. Ive got 5 mates coming to the Ospreys game who are from the Maenclochog area and  i will  be buying wristbands for them.
 
If that is deemed as wrong then i seriously think we are losing the ethos of rugby.
 
I went to St Helens and the Gnoll on numerous occasions and  had lots of banter some of it quite heated at times but after the match its forgotten.  If we cant manange a bit of manners then what are we.??
 
 
If i dont buy wristbands for the match and i cant get in  to the barn then so be it. I havent got a divine right to be there before any other supporter wether it be from Bynea, Dublin or Neath.
 
 
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 November 2009 at 11:30am
Originally posted by LLANDRE LLANDRE wrote:

I dont see anything wrong with inviting opposition supporters to the barn.
Part of rugbys attraction is the pre match banter etc.
 
We are going down the football mentality if we dont want opposition fans at our barn.
 
The Wasps episode is well documented lets be above that. Ive got 5 mates coming to the Ospreys game who are from the Maenclochog area and  i will  be buying wristbands for them.
 
If that is deemed as wrong then i seriously think we are losing the ethos of rugby.
 
I went to St Helens and the Gnoll on numerous occasions and  had lots of banter some of it quite heated at times but after the match its forgotten.  If we cant manange a bit of manners then what are we.??
 
 
If i dont buy wristbands for the match and i cant get in  to the barn then so be it. I havent got a divine right to be there before any other supporter wether it be from Bynea, Dublin or Neath.
 
 
 
Clap Excellent post, and I agree with all that you've said.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 November 2009 at 11:33am
Originally posted by Dan the Drover Dan the Drover wrote:

Originally posted by philturk philturk wrote:

What exactly did he do


He deliberately invited Ospreys supporters to the barn.  Since the capacity is limited, and since even the truest and most faithful supporters may not be able to make it on time, there is a small, but palpable, risk that some Scarlets supporters will not be able to get in because their place will have been taken by interlopers.    How treacherous is that?  Shocked


Not very.
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