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03 Oct 2019 02:27:00
We all knew this anyway lol but what an absolute disgrace of a club derby are by playing Lawrence an Bennett last night, they both should of been sacked for doing what they did, makes me laugh when football clubs do this as let's be honest if it was players they were trying to get rid of they would be sacked, shouldn't make a difference, remember Chelsea sacking mutu for taking cocaine but had it been drogba he wouldn't of. Before anyone says would I of wanted them sacked if they were forest players the answer is yes yes I would drink driving is a horrible crime that mostly only affects the innocent when collisions happen.

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03 Oct 2019 09:18:03
They’re a disgrace.

03 Oct 2019 12:08:44
I think sacking them is a bit harsh. They're not the first pro-footballers to get caught and they won't be the last. Not many get the sack for it, but you're right about clubs picking and choosing the punishment based on the quality of player, which doesn't sit right.

Drink driving is an horrific crime that I despise but you have to remember these are young lads, basically kids, with a fortune in their back pocket. They needed guidance and leadership and instead they got that grade-a helmet Richard Keogh looking after them. I think Keogh would deserve the boot before the two young lads. Captain, my ar*e.

03 Oct 2019 12:21:19
Good post SSWE.

03 Oct 2019 13:55:48
It’s not going to get better when Shrek joins either.

03 Oct 2019 15:32:27
Could you imagine them behaving like that in front of the former Man City Captain Vincent Kompany or Stuart Pearce, one look would have said it all.

It's the pictures of one throwing up and filling the urinal and then driving, absolute mental, Keogh should have stopped anyone getting near the driving seat. Ironic that he is the one injured.

Agree with Sgetty, don't think they should be sacked but they should get a lot of community service hours picking litter etc, not like Cantona's let off punishment.

03 Oct 2019 16:01:44
They are old enough 23 an 25 is not young, certainly should of been dropped into reserves until their criminal case as been done not reward them both with games 2 games after an Lawrence gets a Wales call up - no punishment what so ever - maybe sacking would be harsh but certainly transfer listed, I’m glad it’s derby an not us JOKE OF A CLUB.

03 Oct 2019 17:03:59
Sswe a kid? Lawrence is 25! Lads risking life and limb in the forces a lot younger than him, he’s a pampered Pratt,

03 Oct 2019 18:59:35
When Rooney gets there, those kids grannies will be fair game.

04 Oct 2019 14:15:04
You're still a youngster at 23-25, maybe not in a footballing sense but certainly in the big scheme of things. Forget football, we're talking maturity and life experience. I know what I was like at 25 and even though I thought I was a big boy, I wasn't. I still looked up to leaders, still needed guidance, was still naive and still made silly mistakes.

I didn't feel truly 'manly' until I had kids, bought a house and settled down etc. and faced all my responsibilities, every day! Then you suddenly realise people are looking to you for guidance, advice and leadership. This is were Keogh should be but isn't, and it's where Lawrence and Bennett definitely are not.

04 Oct 2019 17:50:11
I think at the age of 25 you should know the difference between right and wrong, and the endangerment of peoples lives, you shouldn’t need to Be told by a bloke only a few years older, especially a plank like keogh, seems to be a theme nowadays, , no matter what the crime there’s always someone there to make an excuse for the perpetrator, how about grown men facing up to their responsibilities for a change, and not looking for some pathetic excuse,



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