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You voted for a full boycott

The poll among our readers has reached a massive majority in favour of a full boycott and protests at the upcoming home game. Only 2% of our readers wanted either late attendance at the game or no protests. A paltry 5% wanted to attend the game but try the continental backs to the pitch approach perfected by Lazio. That left a split between a full boycott of the game with outside protests (72%) and attending the game to abuse the ownership structure (19%).

However the official fans stance, as issued by the fanzine writers seems to be to attend the game to support the 11 players in the shirts. This includes, hopefully, abuse to the ownership once inside the stadium and a full boycott of any NUFC produce / products in and around the ground. Releases from the fan organisations are expected within the week.




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 8 2008

Time: 1:40PM

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Alright boys, for what its worth I wish my lot would boycott a game (Liverpool) to get rid of the ****ing leeches that bank on our unswerving support. Once the fans started boycotting games they would be hot in the pocket and have to get rid. Should you lot boycott on Sat I think that it would send a few shockwaves through the prem. Easy to say when you are not involved but I hope you do boycott it and send a message to the cheeky t*at Ashley who is destroying your fine club
5 times
hit in the pocket not hot!!
5 times
If you boycott the game, your turning your back on the team and ashley you've already paid for the season tickets. Go support your team just dn't buy anything hit him where it hurts in his pocket. Protest before the game go to the game and protest after the game Thats abit more sensible
Jonni_G
 

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