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Re: Club has been charged for fans chanting

By Creeky17/7 13:27Wed Jul 17 13:27:29 2019In response to Re: Club has been charged for fans chanting

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I would follow these guidelines

If you said any off those things to a female co worker you would face disciplinary action or the sack because it is unacceptable behaviour.

Ms Lisa Rashid was doing her job as an official.

If you have to think twice about it, then it probably is offensive and not appropriate.

Think about how you would feel if someone was saying it to your Mum, Sister, Daughter. If you wouldn't like it then don't say it.

In other words just try and be a fucking adult, and not a fucking embarrassment

Peer pressure is the best pressure, so perhaps we should resolve to challenge rather than tut or shale or heads, that's me included

I am sure Ms Lisa Rashid does not read a forum that she must think is full of prepubescent teenagers but if she did I would like to apologise for the moronic behaviour.

I suspect that given the choice she would not touch any of the chanters with a bargepole, so it was a rhetorical question I assume!

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