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Post by jd on 20.09.12 2:45

Delightful!...between you both you make this country so proud! wow ....never saw this thug behaviour from the Spanish when they went 2-1 down. They were dignified

Just Roll With It! Real fans bemused as Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher goes wild in home end during Man City thriller

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini accused his players of lacking courage in a thrilling climax to their Champions League encounter in Madrid... and it seems their celebrity fans couldn't stomach the tension either.
Former Oasis frontman and City mad Liam Gallagher had been sat with pals among the Real Madrid fans and celebrated wildly when sub Edin Dzeko gave them a shock 69th minute lead, reportedly running up and down the aisle and kissing a security guard.

But the Beady Eye singer, who also owns the menswear label Pretty Green, threw one of his famous tantrums when Madrid equalised through Marcelo's fierce strike in the 76th minute.
Gallagher stormed out of the Bernabeu Stadium and missed three goals in the last five minutes as City let slip a 2-1 lead and went down 3-2 to the Spanish giants.

Spanish newspaper AS reported that Gallagher had been thrown out for his rowdy behaviour but a source told The Sun: 'Liam got ticked off. He was so hacked off when Madrid got back in the game he left with pals before the end.'
His spokesman added: 'They left without escort.'
His early departure disappointed City striker Dzeko. He tweeted: 'Greetings to Liam! I hope next time you'll be able to watch the entire match and celebrate the victory with us afterwards.'


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2205385/Liam-Gallager-watches-Manchester-City-lose-Real-Madrid.html

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Post by aiyoyo on 20.09.12 3:56

His thuggish behavior is synonymous with football.
He made headline news only because of who is.
To me fans = fanatical.
It's what gives football a bad name and why I hate football - not so much hate the sports but hate the fanatic mentality associated to it.
Fans are as bad as religious fanatics; radical in their support to the exclusion of all else and this is what causes violence breakout on the slightest provocation.
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Post by PeterMac on 20.09.12 6:29

@aiyoyo wrote:His thuggish behavior is synonymous with football.
He made headline news only because of who is.
To me fans = fanatical.
It's what gives football a bad name and why I hate football - not so much hate the sports but hate the fanatic mentality associated to it.
Fans are as bad as religious fanatics; radical in their support to the exclusion of all else and this is what causes violence breakout on the slightest provocation.

Careful what you say ! The thought police will be watching.

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Post by tigger on 20.09.12 7:54

@jd wrote:Delightful!...between you both you make this country so proud! wow ....never saw this thug behaviour from the Spanish when they went 2-1 down. They were dignified

Just Roll With It! Real fans bemused as Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher goes wild in home end during Man City thriller

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini accused his players of lacking courage in a thrilling climax to their Champions League encounter in Madrid... and it seems their celebrity fans couldn't stomach the tension either.
Former Oasis frontman and City mad Liam Gallagher had been sat with pals among the Real Madrid fans and celebrated wildly when sub Edin Dzeko gave them a shock 69th minute lead, reportedly running up and down the aisle and kissing a security guard.

But the Beady Eye singer, who also owns the menswear label Pretty Green, threw one of his famous tantrums when Madrid equalised through Marcelo's fierce strike in the 76th minute.
Gallagher stormed out of the Bernabeu Stadium and missed three goals in the last five minutes as City let slip a 2-1 lead and went down 3-2 to the Spanish giants.

Spanish newspaper AS reported that Gallagher had been thrown out for his rowdy behaviour but a source told The Sun: 'Liam got ticked off. He was so hacked off when Madrid got back in the game he left with pals before the end.'
His spokesman added: 'They left without escort.'
His early departure disappointed City striker Dzeko. He tweeted: 'Greetings to Liam! I hope next time you'll be able to watch the entire match and celebrate the victory with us afterwards.'


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2205385/Liam-Gallager-watches-Manchester-City-lose-Real-Madrid.html

It's the expression on the faces of the other people which strikes me, especially the poor little boy bottom right. He actually looks frightened. Gallagher is also blocking the view of those behind him and mostly people are trying to watch the game, not him. I understand that being the centre of attention is quite additive, please go away Gallagher - quickly.

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Post by jd on 20.09.12 17:03

@tigger wrote: It's the expression on the faces of the other people which strikes me, especially the poor little boy bottom right. He actually looks frightened. Gallagher is also blocking the view of those behind him and mostly people are trying to watch the game, not him. I understand that being the centre of attention is quite additive, please go away Gallagher - quickly.

This is what struck me to. The expression of the little boy and the 2 men behind. Looks of total bewilderment! (wonder if they knew who he was?) Liam Gallagher suing his brother for slandering his "professionalism" is the most laughable thing I have ever heard. Liam should remember that his behaviour over the years is nothing "professional" whatsoever, he shows no maturity or responsibilities and he only became famous and rich because of his brother Noel. It was Noel who was the musician and who wrote the songs. Without Noel, Liam wouldn't have been able to stand behind the microphone wearing his John Lennon sunglasses with his hands behind back

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