12 Nov 2017 00:48:43
What a sad end to Patrice Evra's career. A player I always admired. A great player for this club. A complete moment of madness and punished accordingly but i still feel its a bad way for a great player to bow out.

1.) 12 Nov 2017
12 Nov 2017 01:05:01
Absolute legend ken.

I don't condone his actions but it hasn't altered my opinion of him, one of my favourite players.

2.) 12 Nov 2017
12 Nov 2017 01:32:12
Should of smashed suarez.

3.) 12 Nov 2017
12 Nov 2017 01:49:23
Didn't do Zidane any harm, Cantona enshrined himself in folklore. Granted going out in this manner isn't particularly nice if you just look at the violence. I prefer to look at the fact that Evra doesn't take any rubbish, especially from a thug of a fan. They showed him zero respect, he asked them what their problem was, they showed him even more disrespect, he reacted, it escalated - Evra stood his ground and maybe went too far, but when the adrenaline gets pumping most of us know what that can be like.

I get it in this day and age you are meant to run off, cry, type something on social media about your horrific experience (wait for all the BS sympathy), then maybe consider gender reassignment - but Evra showed he is a man and football lacks men at the minute.

If he were at the start of his career then it would have been stupid for him personally as clubs are held over a barrel by the PC brigade now, but as he had probably had enough, great way to say 'Au Revoir" to a despicable fan and probably deep down knew that by doing this he was killing his career and took away a difficult decision by just going for it.

Violence isn't nice, but Evra just did what many of us would like to do sometimes and don't because of the repercussions.

4.) 12 Nov 2017
12 Nov 2017 10:41:15
Beast i don't think I've ever agreed with a post of yours as much as i do that one 🙂.

5.) 12 Nov 2017
12 Nov 2017 11:55:52
Anyone who thinks that opposing someone being kicked in the head for using mean words is a matter of political correctness is obviously a moron.

People showing admiration for violence (not to mention using their stupid little rant to have a random pop at trans people) is exactly why the world thinks football fans are d*ckheads.

6.) 12 Nov 2017
12 Nov 2017 12:14:43
Beast there is no condoning his actions in any way imo. The punishment fits the crime its a sad end to his career. If your son or daughter said something out of place in a nightclub for example and someone took objection it wouldn't justify them being beaten up and I'm sure you would have a different opinion in that case.

7.) 12 Nov 2017
12 Nov 2017 12:16:32
Haha, not sure if you are being sarcastic or just just out to prove my point.

Funny how the 'PC Brigade' are always the first to get personal and start with the name calling when they find something to take offence with.

8.) 12 Nov 2017
12 Nov 2017 12:20:45
Hi Ken - It all depends on the circumstances, if my kid got in the face of somebody for no reason whatsoever, then continued to bate that person - maybe a slap around the chops will teach them a good life lesson. Maybe the guy he kicked has re-evaluated his life since and will become a better person for it.

Obviously violence is horrible, but people have emotions and some people break down, others break out - the guy obviously got Evra on a bad day.

9.) 12 Nov 2017
12 Nov 2017 12:37:29
Sticking with the theme of not knowing what PC means eh? Moron wasn’t name calling, just an accurate description.

10.) 12 Nov 2017
12 Nov 2017 12:48:24
hmm I think I figured it out, you were the guy in the crowd weren't you!

Anyway I'm not getting bogged down in it, there is no winning or point in this.

11.) 12 Nov 2017
12 Nov 2017 13:41:46
Beast 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣.

12.) 12 Nov 2017
12 Nov 2017 14:47:29
Hi beast. I understand your point and I agree that there is too much PC B. S. nowadays but pat took it too far there is no disguising that.

13.) 12 Nov 2017
12 Nov 2017 21:43:53
The world thinks football fans are dickheads pogbas hair because a lot of them are the case in point being the knob who got a clap from evra.

And I don't really understand how you can drag someone across the coals for name calling and then in the next breath call him a moron? .

I don't condone paddy's actions for the simple fact that he is a role model to millions but in the real world they were very real actions .