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"It's a bit hard to breath and you can't exactly see what's happening on the pitch" sounds like great fun, I know that if anyone sitting near me were to even pull a flare out of his pocket he would be bundled out before he had a chance to ignite it, why don't the police do a pat down of your Tocida when they are entering the stadium, are they afraid of them ? Why don't the Croatian FA say that if flares are thrown on the pitch the match will be abandoned, would that not help ?
Has happened more than once in the last few years.http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/everton-fans-illegal-flare-singed-7992743I don't think he was suggesting any equilavence, simply countering the assertion that all Everton fans are saints.
Why are you grilling him? What do you want him to say?
We are having a discussion, an exchange of views between him and me, what's your problem ?
I'll be honest I can remember a flair going off at Goodison or away in the past 2 years at some point, I can't remember where or when, I just remember looking over and thinking "it's not even blue smoke, it's purple"Edit: I'm 99% sure it was away from home.
He doesn't seem to have an opposing view.
the guy that was carrying cocaine.
What's that got to do with anything?
I must have missed that game last season when flares were set off, which game was it and against who ? not that there is any equivalence between an isolated incident and the multiple firing of on a weekly basis, unless you think like Donald Trump of course.
Just that I think you have to either be a bit mental or a smack head to do such a thing, no "normal" "typical" Everton supporter would do something like that.
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