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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 8:18:26 AM   
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He may be a little twat but he's still just a kid.


He;s 17 judging by his Twitter account.

17.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 10:00:24 AM   
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Exactly my thoughts, he's old enough to get married, old enough to drive and his profile picture is of him holding a can of lager do in his mind old enough to drink, people are acting like he's a 12 year old boy.

Going off his tweets he had this all planned and it wasnt sour of the moment.

The only thing I can say is his rolling around theatrics are a bit of a have a taste of your own medicine to all the footballers out there who behave in the same fashion.

I feel sorry for the way Hazard is going to be perceived by general public and press now, he didn't intend to kick the ball boy and I'm still not overly convinced that there was actually any contact.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 10:09:01 AM   
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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 10:15:39 AM   
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Exactly my thoughts, he's old enough to get married, old enough to drive and his profile picture is of him holding a can of lager do in his mind old enough to drink, people are acting like he's a 12 year old boy.

Going off his tweets he had this all planned and it wasnt sour of the moment.

The only thing I can say is his rolling around theatrics are a bit of a have a taste of your own medicine to all the footballers out there who behave in the same fashion.

I feel sorry for the way Hazard is going to be perceived by general public and press now, he didn't intend to kick the ball boy and I'm still not overly convinced that there was actually any contact.


The Daily Mirror gif thing looked pretty convincing.

I'm interested in the defence of age though - is there an age where it's OK to kick a teenager lying on the ground or it is fair game once they're over, say, 16? Because that seems to be the way the Chelsea section of the twittersphere are going - first he deserved it for timewasting, oh he's a kid, oh wait he's not a kid kid so yes - it's still fine to kick him?



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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 10:42:46 AM   
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Hazard didn't kick him, that's a massive exaggeration on the situation or at least the context the word is being used in. He barely swung his leg and tried to toe poke the ball, if he hit the kid it was not intentional.

If this "kid" was in the stands and ran on to do the same everyone would have been cheering rather than up in arms at Hazard.



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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 10:47:18 AM   
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Yeah agreed. He was obviously trying to kick the ball from underneath the ballboy (who was being a dick and should face some sort of punishment himself, if possible, for shielding the ball in the first place) so I reckon it's completely bollocks to state that Hazard's intention was to give the lad a kicking (that's directed at the press not anyone on here).

Doesn't stop Hazard from being an idiot for not seeing how it would be perceived though.

Can't believe I'm actually defending a football player here .

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 10:52:24 AM   
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Exactly my thoughts, he's old enough to get married, old enough to drive and his profile picture is of him holding a can of lager do in his mind old enough to drink, people are acting like he's a 12 year old boy.



Well, most 17 year-olds have the mentality of twelve year-olds. They're still immature emotionally. I just find it a little distasteful, some of the comments I've read about him deserving to be kicked and so forth. True, he was acting like a twat, and idolising his favourite players by milking his "injury", but that doesn't justify violence. And just for the record, I don't actually think Hazard meant to hurt him from the footage I've seen. He acted poorly, too, but I don't believe there was malicious intent.


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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 11:06:29 AM   
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Exactly my thoughts, he's old enough to get married, old enough to drive and his profile picture is of him holding a can of lager do in his mind old enough to drink, people are acting like he's a 12 year old boy.



Well, most 17 year-olds have the mentality of twelve year-olds. They're still immature emotionally. I just find it a little distasteful, some of the comments I've read about him deserving to be kicked and so forth. True, he was acting like a twat, and idolising his favourite players by milking his "injury", but that doesn't justify violence. And just for the record, I don't actually think Hazard meant to hurt him from the footage I've seen. He acted poorly, too, but I don't believe there was malicious intent.



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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 11:07:53 AM   
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I honestly can't believe the amount of up in arms comments a simple shoeing of a youth has got, when up to last year, it was standard Chelsea policy to shoot the little b*stards.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 11:13:40 AM   
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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 11:51:34 AM   
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Hazard didn't kick him, that's a massive exaggeration on the situation or at least the context the word is being used in. He barely swung his leg and tried to toe poke the ball, if he hit the kid it was not intentional.

If this "kid" was in the stands and ran on to do the same everyone would have been cheering rather than up in arms at Hazard.





Exactly... anyone who thinks Hazard was trying to hurt the prat who was lying on top of the ball has got this way wrong.
Hazard has said that he doesn't even think he made contact with the bloke. The ball popped out straight away and then the idiot ball-man starts rolling around to get Hazard sent off imo. His reaction is soooo OTT it is obvious he has been watching footballers for years.

I feel sorry for Hazard, he was just trying to get the bloody ball back, there was nothing mallicious in it. Now, if it had been Terry I may not be so open-minded...

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 12:16:45 PM   
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Talk about a ott reaction.
Minor the funny gifs/images this really was a non-event.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 12:45:22 PM   
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At least Hazard didn't do a Cantona, that wouldn't have gone down well but he would've deserved the red for it!. Why are people outraged so easily?

Also, since when are ball boys 17?

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 12:47:44 PM   
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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 1:38:55 PM   
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Hazard didn't kick him, that's a massive exaggeration on the situation or at least the context the word is being used in. He barely swung his leg and tried to toe poke the ball, if he hit the kid it was not intentional.

If this "kid" was in the stands and ran on to do the same everyone would have been cheering rather than up in arms at Hazard.




But I'm talking about those who are commenting elsewhere in the context of a kick at the idiot taking place - 'deserved', etc.

I'm not saying the ballboy wasn't a time-wasting tit by the way. Kicked off the park and a stadium ban certainly. But on the presumption of a kicking (and the video I saw must be a bad angle because I thought the claim of a lack of contact was bobbins) all this rubbish about 'deserving' a kicking is more than a bit off.

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  I honestly can't believe the amount of up in arms comments a simple shoeing of a youth has got, when up to last year, it was standard Chelsea policy to shoot the little b*stards.


My favourite was the Suarez would have missed, Cole would have shot, Terry would have shagged. And the one about Liverpool making offers because he held onto the ball for more than 10 secs

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 1:53:15 PM   
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Hazard didn't kick him, that's a massive exaggeration on the situation or at least the context the word is being used in. He barely swung his leg and tried to toe poke the ball, if he hit the kid it was not intentional.

If this "kid" was in the stands and ran on to do the same everyone would have been cheering rather than up in arms at Hazard.




But I'm talking about those who are commenting elsewhere in the context of a kick at the idiot taking place - 'deserved', etc.

I'm not saying the ballboy wasn't a time-wasting tit by the way. Kicked off the park and a stadium ban certainly. But on the presumption of a kicking (and the video I saw must be a bad angle because I thought the claim of a lack of contact was bobbins) all this rubbish about 'deserving' a kicking is more than a bit off.

quote:

I honestly can't believe the amount of up in arms comments a simple shoeing of a youth has got, when up to last year, it was standard Chelsea policy to shoot the little b*stards.


My favourite was the Suarez would have missed, Cole would have shot, Terry would have shagged. And the one about Liverpool making offers because he held onto the ball for more than 10 secs


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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 1:55:34 PM   
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The young man is evidently a seasoned ballboy, so he should have known about the occupational Hazards really.


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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 2:13:27 PM   
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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 2:17:36 PM   
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Hazard didn't kick him, that's a massive exaggeration on the situation or at least the context the word is being used in. He barely swung his leg and tried to toe poke the ball, if he hit the kid it was not intentional.

If this "kid" was in the stands and ran on to do the same everyone would have been cheering rather than up in arms at Hazard.




But I'm talking about those who are commenting elsewhere in the context of a kick at the idiot taking place - 'deserved', etc.

I'm not saying the ballboy wasn't a time-wasting tit by the way. Kicked off the park and a stadium ban certainly. But on the presumption of a kicking (and the video I saw must be a bad angle because I thought the claim of a lack of contact was bobbins) all this rubbish about 'deserving' a kicking is more than a bit off.

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  I honestly can't believe the amount of up in arms comments a simple shoeing of a youth has got, when up to last year, it was standard Chelsea policy to shoot the little b*stards.


My favourite was the Suarez would have missed, Cole would have shot, Terry would have shagged. And the one about Liverpool making offers because he held onto the ball for more than 10 secs


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Sorry - I was also thinking of the one where Ferguson commented and demanded Suarez be banned

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 4:09:06 PM   
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The young man is evidently a seasoned ballboy, so he should have known about the occupational Hazards really.


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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 4:24:56 PM   
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Exactly my thoughts, he's old enough to get married, old enough to drive and his profile picture is of him holding a can of lager do in his mind old enough to drink, people are acting like he's a 12 year old boy.



Well, most 17 year-olds have the mentality of twelve year-olds. They're still immature emotionally. I just find it a little distasteful, some of the comments I've read about him deserving to be kicked and so forth. True, he was acting like a twat, and idolising his favourite players by milking his "injury", but that doesn't justify violence.


Please. Bandying about words like that so easily diminishes real acts of violence and the plight of its sufferers.

Ramires committed a far greater act of violence during the match, almost breaking a Swansea's player leg and nobody seems to be mentioning it due to this farce.

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And just for the record, I don't actually think Hazard meant to hurt him from the footage I've seen.


I don't think he hurt him at all. The force was about as great as a friendly slap on the back.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 6:39:40 PM   
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Well, most 17 year-olds have the mentality of twelve year-olds. They're still immature emotionally. I just find it a little distasteful, some of the comments I've read about him deserving to be kicked and so forth. True, he was acting like a twat, and idolising his favourite players by milking his "injury", but that doesn't justify violence.


Please. Bandying about words like that so easily diminishes real acts of violence and the plight of its sufferers.


Erm...what? Don't be so fucking daft, I was referring to the shit I've seen on the net about this story, people saying that he "deserved to have his head kicked in" and worse. I wasn't talking about what actually happened, which was obviously very little, and most probably an accident. Christ Almighty.

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I don't think he hurt him at all. The force was about as great as a friendly slap on the back.


Well, maybe he made contact, maybe he didn't. Either way I don't think Hazard meant to hurt him, if he actually did. And this view was quite clearly expressed in the post with which you took bizarre umbrage. Never once did I accuse him of using violence. So sit down.


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RE: Chelsea Thread - 24/1/2013 10:10:41 PM   
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Haha, that was as funny as fuck. Hazard will obviously get a right bollocking for that, but putting the boot in on a little fat Welsh bastard gets a thumbs up in my book


Is there any need for this remark? Would point out that it looks racist but it's pointless to argue when it's directed at the Welsh, no one gives a fuck about it then.




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RE: Chelsea Thread - 25/1/2013 12:45:58 AM   
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RE: Chelsea Thread - 25/1/2013 12:54:47 AM   
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Haha, that was as funny as fuck. Hazard will obviously get a right bollocking for that, but putting the boot in on a little fat Welsh bastard gets a thumbs up in my book


Is there any need for this remark? Would point out that it looks racist but it's pointless to argue when it's directed at the Welsh, no one gives a fuck about it then.





There isn't a need, what does his nationality have to do with it? Then I realised who you quoted.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 25/1/2013 9:26:19 AM   
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Well, most 17 year-olds have the mentality of twelve year-olds. They're still immature emotionally. I just find it a little distasteful, some of the comments I've read about him deserving to be kicked and so forth. True, he was acting like a twat, and idolising his favourite players by milking his "injury", but that doesn't justify violence.


Please. Bandying about words like that so easily diminishes real acts of violence and the plight of its sufferers.


Erm...what? Don't be so fucking daft, I was referring to the shit I've seen on the net about this story, people saying that he "deserved to have his head kicked in" and worse. I wasn't talking about what actually happened, which was obviously very little, and most probably an accident. Christ Almighty.

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I don't think he hurt him at all. The force was about as great as a friendly slap on the back.


Well, maybe he made contact, maybe he didn't. Either way I don't think Hazard meant to hurt him, if he actually did. And this view was quite clearly expressed in the post with which you took bizarre umbrage. Never once did I accuse him of using violence. So sit down.



Absolutely it doesn't, but maybe directorscut saw your post and thought it was referring to the incident, and not the twitter abuse. But i have to go with SHP and Harry Tuttle too; watching the replay of the incident the ballboy was over reacting without a doubt, and i don't feel Hazard had any malicious intent. If you see it from the front you can clearly see him trying to kick the ball from beneath the kid, but other angles it looks like he's giving him a right kicking. But its been taken out of proportion and the media is lapping it up bigtime. As someone else mentioned, you see far worse but no one talks about those.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 25/1/2013 9:31:26 AM   
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RE: Chelsea Thread - 25/1/2013 9:42:01 AM   
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Haha, that was as funny as fuck. Hazard will obviously get a right bollocking for that, but putting the boot in on a little fat Welsh bastard gets a thumbs up in my book


Is there any need for this remark? Would point out that it looks racist but it's pointless to argue when it's directed at the Welsh, no one gives a fuck about it then.





There isn't a need, what does his nationality have to do with it? Then I realised who you quoted.


Yeah, well known round these parts for being racist. Fool.

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 25/1/2013 9:48:51 AM   
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Haha, that was as funny as fuck. Hazard will obviously get a right bollocking for that, but putting the boot in on a little fat Welsh bastard gets a thumbs up in my book


Is there any need for this remark? Would point out that it looks racist but it's pointless to argue when it's directed at the Welsh, no one gives a fuck about it then.





The welsh are a race? Fuck!

also this post reminded me of that lamb saying fuck

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RE: Chelsea Thread - 27/1/2013 12:50:44 PM   
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