So it doesn't really matter that a few loyal fans, who sing their hearts out at all away games, are pissed on, because it's not as if it'll inconvenience the majority.
So it really does not matter, that the travelling Kop, are stranded in London on Christmas Eve, it's only going to be few people having their Christmas Day with the kids & family disrupted.
You really don't care for your fellow man do you, as long as you get your TV entertainment.
And if it was a different club involved, how far would your solidarity stretch then?
If you're not going, as most of us won't be, this issue doesn't really affect you. If you are lucky enough to be going, you have three months to organise alternative arrangements, if necessary. If you usually go away for Christmas, you can use this as your Christmas break, and still get away for a few days.
Despite the public transport disruption, the club will run buses and coaches to the game as normal. The supporters clubs will do likewise. There is no necessity to be "stranded" in one of the biggest and busiest cities in the world. Is it really much different to playing games on the 26th or New Year, and putting up with many of the same issues then?
We last played on the 24th against the mancs at home in the late 80's, iirc. I didn't expect this it must be said, ai thought they would try the Friday night instead. But we'll have to get on with whatever decision is made. We have 30 league games rescheduled for tv every year, and they have been rescheduling games every year since 1983. It's a bit late to complain about it now.