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The vitriol along that touchline to our players was just vile. Pathetic excuses for human beings

 

You obviously don't remember 1996, the last time we played them at the Dell. Their players got it just the same. David Beckham said the Dell was the place he hated playing at most because of the crowd being so close.

 

Ultimately, it doesn't seem to help the home team much as, historically, Pompey have one of the lowest home win percentages in the Football League.

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The vitriol along that touchline to our players was just vile. Pathetic excuses for human beings

 

Kind of expected though. We'd be doing the same.

 

Our players dealt with it well, Bertrand shook one of their fans hands near the start when he was getting a load of abuse. The rest just ignored it and got on with the job of smashing 4 goals past their sorry excuse for a team.

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To any Pompey fan jumping onto this forum today, just watch the game back, you’re fans along the touch line were absolutely fecking pathetic.. looks like they came from secure units. As for some of kids??? Cracking future they’ll have with parents like that*♂️

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To any Pompey fan jumping onto this forum today, just watch the game back, you’re fans along the touch line were absolutely fecking pathetic.. looks like they came from secure units. As for some of kids??? Cracking future they’ll have with parents like that��*♂️

 

Mate, we would be doing the same but from slightly further back due to the layout of our ground. You can't blame their fans for trying to intimidate us.

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Adults giving abuse is one thing, but cross-eyed, six-fingered, mudlark toddlers foaming-at-the-mouth with hate? :o

It didn't bother the players in the slightest...just as it didn't bother ten-man Burton or nine-man Coventry.

Their 12th man is a myth.

It even inspired Cedric to score his annual goal.

The only people worried by seeing that pointless and tinpot abuse were social workers.

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Mate, we would be doing the same but from slightly further back due to the layout of our ground. You can't blame their fans for trying to intimidate us.

 

Exactly. Some are being a little too sensitive about this. That said, there were certainly more fingers on show in those first few rows than teeth, I'll tell you that FOUR-NOTHING.

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I have never really understood violence related to football and all the hate spewed etc. shouting hate and abuse at players doing their jobs just because they play for your rival team is just idiotic.

 

It is at the end of the day just a game, enjoy it, have some banter with other fans, some cheering/jeering/booing, whatever fair enough, go home it doesn't really matter at the end of the day way more important things in life.

 

To then punch a horse because your team lost a game is just stupid.

 

Have to say by the looks of things, and with the low number of arrests and incidents, seems that the Police did a pretty good job.

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I have never really understood violence related to football and all the hate spewed etc. shouting hate and abuse at players doing their jobs just because they play for your rival team is just idiotic.

 

It is at the end of the day just a game, enjoy it, have some banter with other fans, some cheering/jeering/booing, whatever fair enough, go home it doesn't really matter at the end of the day way more important things in life.

 

To then punch a horse because your team lost a game is just stupid.

 

Have to say by the looks of things, and with the low number of arrests and incidents, seems that the Police did a pretty good job.

 

While many of us agree with you, sadly there are elements of our society who no longer behave in the rational and restrained way that most are comfortable with. There are growing divisions in our society which seem to be reaching a point that beyond its ability to repair.

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The Geordie got 12 months and a 6 year football ban for the same offence

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2475009/Newcastle-fan-Barry-Rogerson-jailed-12-months-punching-police-horse.html

 

Some of ours got similar for rattling a fence a bit too hard. If the pony puncher walks away from this unscathed then there’s something very fishy going on.

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