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Re: Does Evans' "Glory Hunters" remark define a watershed?

Postby Spiritater » Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:45 pm

Bros wrote:This may seem a bit daft but I think it all started before the game. The Colchester stewards had herded us into a small section of the stand probably underestimating the numbers. So by the time half a dozen men came in at 5 to 3 it was pretty full. They tried to sit in the cordoned off area and when they were told to move they started mouthful off with plenty of the f and c words. After 10 minutes the police got them to sit down in front of us. After a few more minutes of abusing the stewards they turned their attention to the players especially after the goals. After half time when they were late back presumably after more pints they started again on the players particularly Macca who was up and down the wing in front of us. The abuse seemed to pass to others.
I don't know if anyone knows who these guys were, I don't recall them from previous away games. Perhaps they are just glory hunters



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Re: Does Evans' "Glory Hunters" remark define a watershed?

Postby Captain Cunno » Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:51 pm

BELSE wrote:Edwinstow stag on the idiots with steward and f at players they do go to some away matches but all way same leader wears a hat baying others

Wonder who that is ?
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Re: Does Evans' "Glory Hunters" remark define a watershed?

Postby geoffhill » Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:55 am

The guy who wears a blue pork pie hat.I think he is in his 60's but acts like a 30 year old thug.
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Re: Does Evans' "Glory Hunters" remark define a watershed?

Postby bobbystagsfan » Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:35 am

geoffhill wrote:The guy who wears a blue pork pie hat.I think he is in his 60's but acts like a 30 year old thug.



I always see him spouting rubbish on facebook, he moans about anything he can even when we win. He would fit right in on here ;)
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Re: Does Evans' "Glory Hunters" remark define a watershed?

Postby MutinyOnTheCounty » Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:07 pm

geoffhill wrote:The guy who wears a blue pork pie hat.I think he is in his 60's but acts like a 30 year old thug.



Does 60's represent his age, or the number of Asbos he's got?

I totally abhor violence, but it'd do these guys good to get a smack across the chops once in a while
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Re: Does Evans' "Glory Hunters" remark define a watershed?

Postby EdwinstoweStag » Thu Oct 12, 2017 6:50 pm

MutinyOnTheCounty wrote:
geoffhill wrote:The guy who wears a blue pork pie hat.I think he is in his 60's but acts like a 30 year old thug.



Does 60's represent his age, or the number of Asbos he's got?

I totally abhor violence, but it'd do these guys good to get a smack across the chops once in a while


I'm guessing He is to be found in the middle of Scunthorpe. :?
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Re: Does Evans' "Glory Hunters" remark define a watershed?

Postby Captain Cunno » Thu Oct 12, 2017 7:31 pm

He's not Thor....
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Re: Does Evans' "Glory Hunters" remark define a watershed?

Postby Amber Andy » Thu Oct 12, 2017 7:32 pm

bobbystagsfan wrote:
Amber Andy wrote:SE is SE. We knew of his antics before he came. He won't change. The vast majority wanted him to come and take us forward. He is here now. We are lucky to have him. He is the best chance of us progressing. We need to be fully behind him, his management team and all the players. Just let him get on with the job and judge him at the end of the season.



careful andy, you’ll be accused of being evans’ love child if you’re not careful :lol:

I can't believe this thread has produced so much comment. SE was out of order, the fans who booed the players were out of order. It is time to draw a line under it.
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Re: Does Evans' "Glory Hunters" remark define a watershed?

Postby bobbystagsfan » Thu Oct 12, 2017 7:49 pm

Agreed , this has gone on for what feels like months..

We’ll be fine again if we win on saturday... until we lose again
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Re: Does Evans' "Glory Hunters" remark define a watershed?

Postby chimney » Fri Oct 13, 2017 12:19 pm

Blimey just got Barnet and Newport tickets 43 quid, ☹️ day off work Tuesday, getting there and back, hotel for Saturday night, I am beginning to wonder if this Glory Hunting is worth it
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Re: Does Evans' "Glory Hunters" remark define a watershed?

Postby bellwhiff » Fri Oct 13, 2017 5:22 pm

chimney wrote:Blimey just got Barnet and Newport tickets 43 quid, ☹️ day off work Tuesday, getting there and back, hotel for Saturday night, I am beginning to wonder if this Glory Hunting is worth it


Planning on going to Barnet. My new job is situated almost directly into the M25 so it’s just a three hour drive to go the 35 miles round to Barnet ;)
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Re: Does Evans' "Glory Hunters" remark define a watershed?

Postby Rob » Fri Oct 13, 2017 5:26 pm

bellwhiff wrote:
chimney wrote:Blimey just got Barnet and Newport tickets 43 quid, ☹️ day off work Tuesday, getting there and back, hotel for Saturday night, I am beginning to wonder if this Glory Hunting is worth it


Planning on going to Barnet. My new job is situated almost directly into the M25 so it’s just a three hour drive to go the 35 miles round to Barnet ;)


Is your new job in customer relations Paul?

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Re: Does Evans' "Glory Hunters" remark define a watershed?

Postby Dan » Fri Oct 13, 2017 9:48 pm

bellwhiff wrote:
chimney wrote:Blimey just got Barnet and Newport tickets 43 quid, ☹️ day off work Tuesday, getting there and back, hotel for Saturday night, I am beginning to wonder if this Glory Hunting is worth it


Planning on going to Barnet. My new job is situated almost directly into the M25 so it’s just a three hour drive to go the 35 miles round to Barnet ;)


Don't go to Barnet, head towards Edgware!
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Re: Does Evans' "Glory Hunters" remark define a watershed?

Postby bellwhiff » Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:43 pm

Rob wrote:
bellwhiff wrote:
chimney wrote:Blimey just got Barnet and Newport tickets 43 quid, ☹️ day off work Tuesday, getting there and back, hotel for Saturday night, I am beginning to wonder if this Glory Hunting is worth it


Planning on going to Barnet. My new job is situated almost directly into the M25 so it’s just a three hour drive to go the 35 miles round to Barnet ;)


Is your new job in customer relations Paul?

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I’m management now. :)
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