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anybody get a closer look at what the fcuk he was doing,  not the best of views from L7,  but what the fcuk was he doing,  seemed to have a blanket and some metal thing on him  :o

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anybody get a closer look at what the fcuk he was doing,  not the best of views from L7,  but what the fcuk was he doing,  seemed to have a blanket and some metal thing on him  :o

 

It was NE5, the blanket was NHS and the metal thing was his zimmer frame, day release from the AOP's home.

 

I can only imaging he was protesting against the fact Bellamy scored and his team lost, fuked up his ammunition for when he got home.

 

 

 

 

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anybody get a closer look at what the fcuk he was doing,   not the best of views from L7,  but what the fcuk was he doing,  seemed to have a blanket and some metal thing on him  :o

 

It was NE5, the blanket was NHS and the metal thing was his zimmer frame, day release from the AOP's home.

 

I can only imaging he was protesting against the fact Bellamy scored and his team lost, fuked up his ammunition for when he got home.

 

 

 

 

 

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One protestor tried to get on to the pitch in the second half but was intercepted by a steward.

 

"If you take the approach that you want to scrape every last nickel off the table, that'll work one or two times, but after awhile, your reputation will precede you."

 

(Archive quote from Tom Hicks)

 

From The Liverpool Post, Friday:

 

American tycoon Tom Hicks may have only just come on board as the new co-chairman of Liverpool FC, but he is already being promised a hostile reception if he attends his first away game at Newcastle United tomorrow – and it has nothing to do with football.

 

Members of the GMB union are planning to lobby him as he goes into the St James Park ground over £2.5m of unpaid severance money they claim he owes when a company he ran in the North-east became insolvent.

 

The GMB has said it will also seek support from fans by giving them copies of a letter the union has written to Mr Hicks, seeking a meeting with him on the matter.

 

Since Via Systems, employing 850 workers in South Shields, became insolvent in 2001, union members who lost their jobs have been campaigning to recover money they consider that the company, run by Mr Hicks, owes them.

 

A delegation has already travelled to the company head office in Dallas, Texas, but were unable to meet Mr Hicks.

 

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