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Alan Edgar (Eggy1948)

Vito Mannone refund offer

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Refund travelling supporters, absolutely daft. They will be asking Lee Clarke (as it was his duff team, not the caretaker managers), to refund the 13,000 (or so) Birmingham fans their ticket money for yesterday's thrashing by Bournemouth.

If a supporter can afford to travel to an away game then they have to live with the result, regardless of win, loose, thrash, humiliation etc..

Refunding supports will only reduce the fun and jokes their rival fans can taunt them with.

 

Not as if there haven't been similar scores before.

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