As one of those Hooligans form the 70's and 80's I can not remember hitting anyone or getting into trouble. It was there if you wanted it but that wasnt unique to football they were violent times and needs to be looked at with some knowledge of the awful period people lived through and Tyler new exactly what he was saying that SKY rescued football. I should also say I cant f***in stand him.
The BBC also use Mackenzie who should be barred from the media having been identified as a corrupt liar but its the BBC we know what standards they work to ...the gutter
I too would be described as a hooligan of the 70’s & 80’s, it was the sign of the times back then, when that Cnut Thatcher brought industrial Britain to its knees when every working class citizen became a enemy of the State, she and her government totally responsible for the deprivation borne form her capitalism, ‘A’ typical Tory philosophy of kicking the poor when their down, their still at it now, today, think Boris was bad ? Wait and see what that f***in Bitch Truss comes out with,
Back on topic, Walton is spot on, unless you lived through it you won’t get what it meant back in those dark times, high unemployment, no hope, no future, riots and the inevitable football violence rife almost every weekend, Tyler knows full well the state of the country back then, he knows of the conditions ppl had no choice but to just get thru each and every day, and for the football fraternity Saturday afternoons the only escape and the only place to vent your anger and frustration, all caused by Thatcherite bas**rds creating havoc, job losses, factory closures, whole industries decimated for cheap labour abroad and high profits for Tory benefactors, Tyler knew what he was saying alright, knew it and probably meant it too, the Cnut that he is !!!
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