My initial reaction when I saw the picture of Scott Parker at last night's game in the Metro this morning with the "thank you for your support for muamba" t shirt , was FOR ****S SAKE GIVE IT A REST .
I think alot of people on here underestimate the seriousness of removing a person's liberty by sending them to prison.
20 years ago, it would still have been a big story, everyone would have watched and sympathised, been shocked, and hoped he recovered fully.
In 2012 Britain, if you didn't tweet 'PrayforMuamba', wear a T-shirt, take flowers to the Reebok, and stay glued to Sky Sports News 24/7 for the latest 'update', you are officially going to HELL as a bad person.
From Felixstowe to Spalding...all the issues
who are those guys, they really are beginning to get on my nerves
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god almighty what a ****ing binfest ..........the guy ****ed up ,two months in jail , will it do him any good .... No , it will just scare the shit out of him.......unless he meets big vinny in which case he's made for life.
get a grip ffs.
The reason it's different to 20 years ago is that there was no twitter, sky sports news and constant televised football.
Just because you are more exposed to it, it doesnt mean it's more forced.
Considering it was the biggest story in football you WOULD expect a 24/7 sports channel and a live social feed to be covering it in the immediate aftermatch.
You have to actively seek out those forms of media etc to be exposed to it.