What is good about it? Do a line in a stinky toilet cubicle and then watch your team lose to brentford or something. Baffling!
...my son has been doing some research for a university piece and violence and things like throwing things onto the pitch is definitely on the increase since lockdown.
5 Live did an few interviews with some anonymous "ex hooligans" and the general opinion was that cocaine use was rife - one guy even said "I'd never let my child use a toilet cubicle at a football stadium as there would be cocaine over pretty much any surface that it could be snorted off"
I think it's a society thing, not just a football thing, and how the emphasis isn't still on that thug who headbutted Billy Sharp rather than Vieira I have no idea.
After the third goal there were a number of fans who were right in the faces of the Palace players
I think it was Zaha who had one guy shout at him whole others filmed it
I sensed most of the crowd got upset with that pitch invasion and started to boo
I think some of our crowd is getting a little out of control, throwing things etc
Like lots of gigs being ruined I blame cocaine & the fact it turns selfish idiots into even bigger selfish idiots.
While there have been issues with other matches, yesterday was almost all jubilant - apart from one idiot who tried it with Viera and came off worse.
No doubt media momentum will build to try and demand action of some kind