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Re: The ball-boy incident (6 game ban for Kelly)

Posted: 16:49 20 Feb 2017
by Pootle's Pom Pom
Proposition Joe wrote: Hello I'm a Leyton Orient fan in peace.

The idea that this Orient team managed to intimidate the ref is the funniest thing I've read in ages. But if we really did kick lumps out of Plymouth , good. About time the Orient showed some real grit, I'd be ecstatic if we booted our way to safety. Also, you're about the least gay friendly team in League 2. Adam and I were not made to feel welcome. A six game ban for Kelly is farcical. John Terry only got three games for racism.


Can I ask what part of your post is the peaceful bit?

Re: The ball-boy incident (6 game ban for Kelly)

Posted: 16:50 20 Feb 2017
by Quinny
[/me goes out for some popcorn]

Re: The ball-boy incident (6 game ban for Kelly)

Posted: 16:51 20 Feb 2017
by IJN
I'm still trying to think how our team wasn't 'gay friendly'.

Re: The ball-boy incident (6 game ban for Kelly)

Posted: 16:54 20 Feb 2017
by Argyle-sy
Proposition Joe wrote: Hello I'm a Leyton Orient fan in peace.

The idea that this Orient team managed to intimidate the ref is the funniest thing I've read in ages. But if we really did kick lumps out of Plymouth , good. About time the Orient showed some real grit, I'd be ecstatic if we booted our way to safety. Also, you're about the least gay friendly team in League 2. Adam and I were not made to feel welcome. A six game ban for Kelly is farcical. John Terry only got three games for racism.



You seem to be missing a very crucial point. Liam Kelly ASSAULTED a minor(17 years old is still a minor and a child in the eyes of the law). Now if Liam Kelly had done that in the street he would have been arrested for assault. Considering his actions he can consider himself very lucky that he only got a 6 game ban and that the police weren't involved. The behaviour of your players, manager and fans have shown you for the type of club you are, I for one will cheer loudly if you get relegated at the end of this season

Re: The ball-boy incident (6 game ban for Kelly)

Posted: 16:55 20 Feb 2017
by landons forehead
Proposition Joe wrote: Hello I'm a Leyton Orient fan in peace.

The idea that this Orient team managed to intimidate the ref is the funniest thing I've read in ages. But if we really did kick lumps out of Plymouth , good. About time the Orient showed some real grit, I'd be ecstatic if we booted our way to safety. Also, you're about the least gay friendly team in League 2. Adam and I were not made to feel welcome. A six game ban for Kelly is farcical. John Terry only got three games for racism.


After Tuesday's show of thuggery, Orient are not welcome at Home Park, regardless of the sexual orientation of their players, staff and fans. Enjoy the conference.

Re: The ball-boy incident (6 game ban for Kelly)

Posted: 17:00 20 Feb 2017
by Adam_R
Is there a league table on gay friendliness?

Anyone know what he is harping on about?

Re: The ball-boy incident (6 game ban for Kelly)

Posted: 17:00 20 Feb 2017
by Keepitgreen
Proposition Joe wrote: Hello I'm a Leyton Orient fan in peace.

The idea that this Orient team managed to intimidate the ref is the funniest thing I've read in ages. But if we really did kick lumps out of Plymouth , good. About time the Orient showed some real grit, I'd be ecstatic if we booted our way to safety. Also, you're about the least gay friendly team in League 2. Adam and I were not made to feel welcome. A six game ban for Kelly is farcical. John Terry only got three games for racism.

When making an accusation it's normally wise to have some evidence backing it up. If you keep kicking lumps out of players and have a stronger ref you'll be having more players joining Kelly on the side lines.

Re: The ball-boy incident (6 game ban for Kelly)

Posted: 17:07 20 Feb 2017
by Positively Green
Pootle's Pom Pom wrote:
Proposition Joe wrote: Hello I'm a Leyton Orient fan in peace.

The idea that this Orient team managed to intimidate the ref is the funniest thing I've read in ages. But if we really did kick lumps out of Plymouth , good. About time the Orient showed some real grit, I'd be ecstatic if we booted our way to safety. Also, you're about the least gay friendly team in League 2. Adam and I were not made to feel welcome. A six game ban for Kelly is farcical. John Terry only got three games for racism.


Can I ask what part of your post is the peaceful bit?


By all accounts that typifies Orient's current perception of peace. The situation was badly handled by them throughout. You do have to wonder if the manager was personally responsible for the 'kick lumps' tactics on Tuesday night and therefore feels guilty and defensive in response to Kelly's punishment and the probable repercussions for Orient for the rest of the season.

Re: The ball-boy incident (6 game ban for Kelly)

Posted: 17:10 20 Feb 2017
by Army green
Proposition Joe wrote: Hello I'm a Leyton Orient fan in peace.

The idea that this Orient team managed to intimidate the ref is the funniest thing I've read in ages. But if we really did kick lumps out of Plymouth , good. About time the Orient showed some real grit, I'd be ecstatic if we booted our way to safety. Also, you're about the least gay friendly team in League 2. Adam and I were not made to feel welcome. A six game ban for Kelly is farcical. John Terry only got three games for racism.


Did the stewards tell you and your boyfriend to stop kissing or something? Iam not to bothered about your tactics to win a match as you need to do what you need to do to stay in the league (which you won't). The problem is your captain pushing over a ball boy, denying it and failing to apologise. Now your manager comes out with ridiculous comments today. Your club haven't handled it very well at all.

Re: The ball-boy incident (6 game ban for Kelly)

Posted: 17:12 20 Feb 2017
by Neilio
I guess you marked us down on the gay friendly survey on the way out? Damn you. We'll never make the gay offs now.

Re: The ball-boy incident (6 game ban for Kelly)

Posted: 17:19 20 Feb 2017
by Proposition Joe
Removed by Site Admin. :wave:

Re: The ball-boy incident (6 game ban for Kelly)

Posted: 17:27 20 Feb 2017
by Argyle-sy
Awwww one of them even copied and posted my "bitter taste in the mouth" comment, bunch of sad cases lol

Re: The ball-boy incident (6 game ban for Kelly)

Posted: 17:29 20 Feb 2017
by DartingtonPilgrim
PJ ask yourself a question ,if you had witnessed an opposition player shove a Leyton Orient ballboy over and the referee didn't do anything about it would you expect your club to report it to the FA ?