Football fans escape banning order after attacking Saints steward

Daily Echo: Attack happened at the Saints and Chelsea match at St Mary's Attack happened at the Saints and Chelsea match at St Mary's

TWO football fans have escaped a ban from attending games after assaulting a steward at a Saints game.

Joseph Ridgeway and Mathew Wilson could have been barred from matches after admitting the attack on St Mary’s stadium worker David Chan earlier this year.

But the Crown Prosecution Service dropped the football banning order at a hearing at Southampton Magistrates’ Court due to their previous good character and that it was a “one-off offence”.

Magistrates heard how Mr Chan approached the Chelsea fans after a flare was thrown during a Saints’ match with the Premier League giants on New Year’s Day.

Daily Echo:

Picture: Ridgeway and Wilson outside court

Wilson, 33, of North East Road, Sholing, was seen pushing and pulling Mr Chan while his brother, 23-year-old Ridgeway, pushed him and kneed him in the leg.

They pleaded guilty at a hearing in January but were sentenced this week, with both receiving a two-year conditional discharge.

Mitigating, Sunyana Sharma said the pair were remorseful and their actions were “completely out of character”.

She added: “They both want to put this behind them as a blip in their lives. You will not see them again in this court.”

Wilson and Ridgeway, a former Sparsholt College student of Barmouth Road, London, were also ordered to pay £75 compensation and £85 court costs each.

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7:13am Sun 11 May 14

2010chappy says...

Great, so if you haven't been caught before it makes it alright!
Great, so if you haven't been caught before it makes it alright! 2010chappy
  • Score: 32

7:23am Sun 11 May 14

sue1956 says...

What sort of message does that send out. No protection for the people who have to work there. I suspect they have to put up with this moronic behavior all the time.
What sort of message does that send out. No protection for the people who have to work there. I suspect they have to put up with this moronic behavior all the time. sue1956
  • Score: 30

8:07am Sun 11 May 14

Zexagon says...

Surely that's Wilson's girlfriend with him in the photo
Surely that's Wilson's girlfriend with him in the photo Zexagon
  • Score: 17

8:14am Sun 11 May 14

Block 42 says...

such a big deal is made out of this.look at the ultras in Italy they have such passionate fans and they use flares etc..they are so much more passionate than English fans..why is this? they seem to enjoy going to football more.they always loud and jumping around
such a big deal is made out of this.look at the ultras in Italy they have such passionate fans and they use flares etc..they are so much more passionate than English fans..why is this? they seem to enjoy going to football more.they always loud and jumping around Block 42
  • Score: -30

8:39am Sun 11 May 14

cliffwalker says...

I think they look very smart in their brand new outfits.
I think they look very smart in their brand new outfits. cliffwalker
  • Score: 0

8:43am Sun 11 May 14

iow-is-red-and-white says...

Block 42 wrote:
such a big deal is made out of this.look at the ultras in Italy they have such passionate fans and they use flares etc..they are so much more passionate than English fans..why is this? they seem to enjoy going to football more.they always loud and jumping around
The same ultras that supposedly shot three fans at the Italian cup final last week, yes what fantastic fans clearly we should aspire to be just like them.
[quote][p][bold]Block 42[/bold] wrote: such a big deal is made out of this.look at the ultras in Italy they have such passionate fans and they use flares etc..they are so much more passionate than English fans..why is this? they seem to enjoy going to football more.they always loud and jumping around[/p][/quote]The same ultras that supposedly shot three fans at the Italian cup final last week, yes what fantastic fans clearly we should aspire to be just like them. iow-is-red-and-white
  • Score: 35

9:29am Sun 11 May 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Block 42 wrote:
such a big deal is made out of this.look at the ultras in Italy they have such passionate fans and they use flares etc..they are so much more passionate than English fans..why is this? they seem to enjoy going to football more.they always loud and jumping around
I am all for being passionate about my football team, that doesn't give me the right to break the rules, it doesn't give me the right to be pain in the backside to other supporters, it doesn't give me the excuse to create a dangerous situation by behaving stupidly with no regard to anyone else. Hillsborough wasn't an accident, it was a combination of poor behaviour and a total lack of understanding on how to deal with it, There were many mistakes made, but it needed a catalyst to create the mayhem, if you cannot grasp that it could happen again then you are very naive.
[quote][p][bold]Block 42[/bold] wrote: such a big deal is made out of this.look at the ultras in Italy they have such passionate fans and they use flares etc..they are so much more passionate than English fans..why is this? they seem to enjoy going to football more.they always loud and jumping around[/p][/quote]I am all for being passionate about my football team, that doesn't give me the right to break the rules, it doesn't give me the right to be pain in the backside to other supporters, it doesn't give me the excuse to create a dangerous situation by behaving stupidly with no regard to anyone else. Hillsborough wasn't an accident, it was a combination of poor behaviour and a total lack of understanding on how to deal with it, There were many mistakes made, but it needed a catalyst to create the mayhem, if you cannot grasp that it could happen again then you are very naive. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 12

9:35am Sun 11 May 14

Block 42 says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Block 42 wrote:
such a big deal is made out of this.look at the ultras in Italy they have such passionate fans and they use flares etc..they are so much more passionate than English fans..why is this? they seem to enjoy going to football more.they always loud and jumping around
I am all for being passionate about my football team, that doesn't give me the right to break the rules, it doesn't give me the right to be pain in the backside to other supporters, it doesn't give me the excuse to create a dangerous situation by behaving stupidly with no regard to anyone else. Hillsborough wasn't an accident, it was a combination of poor behaviour and a total lack of understanding on how to deal with it, There were many mistakes made, but it needed a catalyst to create the mayhem, if you cannot grasp that it could happen again then you are very naive.
bit of a knee jerk reaction man...napoli fans always seem to have great fun....okay what about germany.media always bang on about how great the german fans are with banners flags and rocous support..why are we not as passionate as germans?truth is man england is boring.your not allowed to have fun
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Block 42[/bold] wrote: such a big deal is made out of this.look at the ultras in Italy they have such passionate fans and they use flares etc..they are so much more passionate than English fans..why is this? they seem to enjoy going to football more.they always loud and jumping around[/p][/quote]I am all for being passionate about my football team, that doesn't give me the right to break the rules, it doesn't give me the right to be pain in the backside to other supporters, it doesn't give me the excuse to create a dangerous situation by behaving stupidly with no regard to anyone else. Hillsborough wasn't an accident, it was a combination of poor behaviour and a total lack of understanding on how to deal with it, There were many mistakes made, but it needed a catalyst to create the mayhem, if you cannot grasp that it could happen again then you are very naive.[/p][/quote]bit of a knee jerk reaction man...napoli fans always seem to have great fun....okay what about germany.media always bang on about how great the german fans are with banners flags and rocous support..why are we not as passionate as germans?truth is man england is boring.your not allowed to have fun Block 42
  • Score: -18

10:36am Sun 11 May 14

Jesus_02 says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Block 42 wrote:
such a big deal is made out of this.look at the ultras in Italy they have such passionate fans and they use flares etc..they are so much more passionate than English fans..why is this? they seem to enjoy going to football more.they always loud and jumping around
I am all for being passionate about my football team, that doesn't give me the right to break the rules, it doesn't give me the right to be pain in the backside to other supporters, it doesn't give me the excuse to create a dangerous situation by behaving stupidly with no regard to anyone else. Hillsborough wasn't an accident, it was a combination of poor behaviour and a total lack of understanding on how to deal with it, There were many mistakes made, but it needed a catalyst to create the mayhem, if you cannot grasp that it could happen again then you are very naive.
Not sure that Hillborough had anthing to do with bad behaviour. Just people trying to get into a football match and being let in in an uncontrolable way.

Also people being kept in cages
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Block 42[/bold] wrote: such a big deal is made out of this.look at the ultras in Italy they have such passionate fans and they use flares etc..they are so much more passionate than English fans..why is this? they seem to enjoy going to football more.they always loud and jumping around[/p][/quote]I am all for being passionate about my football team, that doesn't give me the right to break the rules, it doesn't give me the right to be pain in the backside to other supporters, it doesn't give me the excuse to create a dangerous situation by behaving stupidly with no regard to anyone else. Hillsborough wasn't an accident, it was a combination of poor behaviour and a total lack of understanding on how to deal with it, There were many mistakes made, but it needed a catalyst to create the mayhem, if you cannot grasp that it could happen again then you are very naive.[/p][/quote]Not sure that Hillborough had anthing to do with bad behaviour. Just people trying to get into a football match and being let in in an uncontrolable way. Also people being kept in cages Jesus_02
  • Score: -4

10:53am Sun 11 May 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Jesus_02 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Block 42 wrote:
such a big deal is made out of this.look at the ultras in Italy they have such passionate fans and they use flares etc..they are so much more passionate than English fans..why is this? they seem to enjoy going to football more.they always loud and jumping around
I am all for being passionate about my football team, that doesn't give me the right to break the rules, it doesn't give me the right to be pain in the backside to other supporters, it doesn't give me the excuse to create a dangerous situation by behaving stupidly with no regard to anyone else. Hillsborough wasn't an accident, it was a combination of poor behaviour and a total lack of understanding on how to deal with it, There were many mistakes made, but it needed a catalyst to create the mayhem, if you cannot grasp that it could happen again then you are very naive.
Not sure that Hillborough had anthing to do with bad behaviour. Just people trying to get into a football match and being let in in an uncontrolable way.

Also people being kept in cages
When I quote bad behaviour, I don't just mean the supporters, there were failings right across the board, but it was the enthusiasm in pursuit of a succesful football team that started it in the first place, too many trying to get in to an area not capable of taking the amount involved. I got seriously scared at our Manure semi-final match at Villa Park in 1963, it was overcrowded and nearly got out of control, several of my group walked out at half time as the crush was overwhelming, enough people did the same and it probably saved the day. I still don't like Denis Law!
[quote][p][bold]Jesus_02[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Block 42[/bold] wrote: such a big deal is made out of this.look at the ultras in Italy they have such passionate fans and they use flares etc..they are so much more passionate than English fans..why is this? they seem to enjoy going to football more.they always loud and jumping around[/p][/quote]I am all for being passionate about my football team, that doesn't give me the right to break the rules, it doesn't give me the right to be pain in the backside to other supporters, it doesn't give me the excuse to create a dangerous situation by behaving stupidly with no regard to anyone else. Hillsborough wasn't an accident, it was a combination of poor behaviour and a total lack of understanding on how to deal with it, There were many mistakes made, but it needed a catalyst to create the mayhem, if you cannot grasp that it could happen again then you are very naive.[/p][/quote]Not sure that Hillborough had anthing to do with bad behaviour. Just people trying to get into a football match and being let in in an uncontrolable way. Also people being kept in cages[/p][/quote]When I quote bad behaviour, I don't just mean the supporters, there were failings right across the board, but it was the enthusiasm in pursuit of a succesful football team that started it in the first place, too many trying to get in to an area not capable of taking the amount involved. I got seriously scared at our Manure semi-final match at Villa Park in 1963, it was overcrowded and nearly got out of control, several of my group walked out at half time as the crush was overwhelming, enough people did the same and it probably saved the day. I still don't like Denis Law! OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 0

10:55am Sun 11 May 14

Jesus_02 says...

Block 42 wrote:
such a big deal is made out of this.look at the ultras in Italy they have such passionate fans and they use flares etc..they are so much more passionate than English fans..why is this? they seem to enjoy going to football more.they always loud and jumping around
I think yiu are confusing Passion with Violence. And Fun with jumping around

Attacking a steward is not anyones idea of fun apart from idots
[quote][p][bold]Block 42[/bold] wrote: such a big deal is made out of this.look at the ultras in Italy they have such passionate fans and they use flares etc..they are so much more passionate than English fans..why is this? they seem to enjoy going to football more.they always loud and jumping around[/p][/quote]I think yiu are confusing Passion with Violence. And Fun with jumping around Attacking a steward is not anyones idea of fun apart from idots Jesus_02
  • Score: 17

11:05am Sun 11 May 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Block 42 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Block 42 wrote:
such a big deal is made out of this.look at the ultras in Italy they have such passionate fans and they use flares etc..they are so much more passionate than English fans..why is this? they seem to enjoy going to football more.they always loud and jumping around
I am all for being passionate about my football team, that doesn't give me the right to break the rules, it doesn't give me the right to be pain in the backside to other supporters, it doesn't give me the excuse to create a dangerous situation by behaving stupidly with no regard to anyone else. Hillsborough wasn't an accident, it was a combination of poor behaviour and a total lack of understanding on how to deal with it, There were many mistakes made, but it needed a catalyst to create the mayhem, if you cannot grasp that it could happen again then you are very naive.
bit of a knee jerk reaction man...napoli fans always seem to have great fun....okay what about germany.media always bang on about how great the german fans are with banners flags and rocous support..why are we not as passionate as germans?truth is man england is boring.your not allowed to have fun
You don't have to behave like a mental retard to enjoy yourself, were you at the JPT Final at Wembley? That was fun even if it wasn't a major event. I am an old sod I guess, so don't take too much notice of my opinion, I was young once of course, but rarely showed any disregard for authority, it may be a bit boring but it has kept me out of trouble and that's the way I like it. Behave like a ninny if you like but don't come bleating later about how hard done by you are for being punished for breaking the rules, it's your choice how you live your life, I don't suffer fools gladly, but appreciate they part of what goes on in the World, what will be, will be.
[quote][p][bold]Block 42[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Block 42[/bold] wrote: such a big deal is made out of this.look at the ultras in Italy they have such passionate fans and they use flares etc..they are so much more passionate than English fans..why is this? they seem to enjoy going to football more.they always loud and jumping around[/p][/quote]I am all for being passionate about my football team, that doesn't give me the right to break the rules, it doesn't give me the right to be pain in the backside to other supporters, it doesn't give me the excuse to create a dangerous situation by behaving stupidly with no regard to anyone else. Hillsborough wasn't an accident, it was a combination of poor behaviour and a total lack of understanding on how to deal with it, There were many mistakes made, but it needed a catalyst to create the mayhem, if you cannot grasp that it could happen again then you are very naive.[/p][/quote]bit of a knee jerk reaction man...napoli fans always seem to have great fun....okay what about germany.media always bang on about how great the german fans are with banners flags and rocous support..why are we not as passionate as germans?truth is man england is boring.your not allowed to have fun[/p][/quote]You don't have to behave like a mental retard to enjoy yourself, were you at the JPT Final at Wembley? That was fun even if it wasn't a major event. I am an old sod I guess, so don't take too much notice of my opinion, I was young once of course, but rarely showed any disregard for authority, it may be a bit boring but it has kept me out of trouble and that's the way I like it. Behave like a ninny if you like but don't come bleating later about how hard done by you are for being punished for breaking the rules, it's your choice how you live your life, I don't suffer fools gladly, but appreciate they part of what goes on in the World, what will be, will be. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 4

11:18am Sun 11 May 14

andreww says...

Didn't the one, with his back facing us, win Eurovision last night?
Didn't the one, with his back facing us, win Eurovision last night? andreww
  • Score: 7

11:29am Sun 11 May 14

bluewhiteandred says...

They should of been banned for even a couple off games just to make a point anyway.
Its sad this article has over shadowed your very good season and your talking about these idiots good job it was not Fratton it may of burned down our ground .wooden south and North .
Any way hope you don't win as you will beat Pompeys record of 57 points in premier.
Thanks to les reed saints director anti B team support !
I may come back and say well done if you win that will be bloody hard !
They should of been banned for even a couple off games just to make a point anyway. Its sad this article has over shadowed your very good season and your talking about these idiots good job it was not Fratton it may of burned down our ground .wooden south and North . Any way hope you don't win as you will beat Pompeys record of 57 points in premier. Thanks to les reed saints director anti B team support ! I may come back and say well done if you win that will be bloody hard ! bluewhiteandred
  • Score: 0

11:33am Sun 11 May 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

bluewhiteandred wrote:
They should of been banned for even a couple off games just to make a point anyway.
Its sad this article has over shadowed your very good season and your talking about these idiots good job it was not Fratton it may of burned down our ground .wooden south and North .
Any way hope you don't win as you will beat Pompeys record of 57 points in premier.
Thanks to les reed saints director anti B team support !
I may come back and say well done if you win that will be bloody hard !
At least your lot won't lose today!
[quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: They should of been banned for even a couple off games just to make a point anyway. Its sad this article has over shadowed your very good season and your talking about these idiots good job it was not Fratton it may of burned down our ground .wooden south and North . Any way hope you don't win as you will beat Pompeys record of 57 points in premier. Thanks to les reed saints director anti B team support ! I may come back and say well done if you win that will be bloody hard ![/p][/quote]At least your lot won't lose today! OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: -3

11:53am Sun 11 May 14

bluewhiteandred says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
bluewhiteandred wrote:
They should of been banned for even a couple off games just to make a point anyway.
Its sad this article has over shadowed your very good season and your talking about these idiots good job it was not Fratton it may of burned down our ground .wooden south and North .
Any way hope you don't win as you will beat Pompeys record of 57 points in premier.
Thanks to les reed saints director anti B team support !
I may come back and say well done if you win that will be bloody hard !
At least your lot won't lose today!
:o} yes did get used to losing more this year !
sadly i think its down to Poch and players staying ! As your only the only representative in the premier in the south bar a Seagull miracle it is important you stay their as with Torquay falling through the trap door joining Aldershot we want strong southern league area well done cherries and unlucky Reading being pipped by seagulls .
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluewhiteandred[/bold] wrote: They should of been banned for even a couple off games just to make a point anyway. Its sad this article has over shadowed your very good season and your talking about these idiots good job it was not Fratton it may of burned down our ground .wooden south and North . Any way hope you don't win as you will beat Pompeys record of 57 points in premier. Thanks to les reed saints director anti B team support ! I may come back and say well done if you win that will be bloody hard ![/p][/quote]At least your lot won't lose today![/p][/quote]:o} yes did get used to losing more this year ! sadly i think its down to Poch and players staying ! As your only the only representative in the premier in the south bar a Seagull miracle it is important you stay their as with Torquay falling through the trap door joining Aldershot we want strong southern league area well done cherries and unlucky Reading being pipped by seagulls . bluewhiteandred
  • Score: 0

12:03pm Sun 11 May 14

Buddy SFC says...

2010chappy wrote:
Great, so if you haven't been caught before it makes it alright!
My Rugby team mate ......... One punch on a Rugby pitch and 3 months inside !

Mad !
[quote][p][bold]2010chappy[/bold] wrote: Great, so if you haven't been caught before it makes it alright![/p][/quote]My Rugby team mate ......... One punch on a Rugby pitch and 3 months inside ! Mad ! Buddy SFC
  • Score: 0

12:18pm Sun 11 May 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Buddy SFC wrote:
2010chappy wrote:
Great, so if you haven't been caught before it makes it alright!
My Rugby team mate ......... One punch on a Rugby pitch and 3 months inside !

Mad !
One punch too many, he will have time to consider his stupidity, sometimes the victim does not.
[quote][p][bold]Buddy SFC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2010chappy[/bold] wrote: Great, so if you haven't been caught before it makes it alright![/p][/quote]My Rugby team mate ......... One punch on a Rugby pitch and 3 months inside ! Mad ![/p][/quote]One punch too many, he will have time to consider his stupidity, sometimes the victim does not. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 0

12:24pm Sun 11 May 14

saints fan #1 says...

I hate lenient behaviour when it comes to violence. These people should have been given a season ban and used as an example that behaviour like that is not tolerated. I always take my children to the games. If they see that kind of behaviour and then they see those people the next week they will ask don't football clubs ban people that cause violence. If I tell them no those people get away with it, what kind of example is that.
I hate lenient behaviour when it comes to violence. These people should have been given a season ban and used as an example that behaviour like that is not tolerated. I always take my children to the games. If they see that kind of behaviour and then they see those people the next week they will ask don't football clubs ban people that cause violence. If I tell them no those people get away with it, what kind of example is that. saints fan #1
  • Score: 4

12:33pm Sun 11 May 14

Mister E says...

That's our criminal injustice system for you.
So, we can all go and do something wreck less and violent, and that's fine if it's your first time!
Woe betide you though if it's a repeat offence! The full force of the injustice system will be brought to bare when you are told you are a very naughty boy/girl!
If you are really unlucky and get a hard and un sympathetic magistrate/judge, there may be a harsh tone in their voice!
You have been warned!
That's our criminal injustice system for you. So, we can all go and do something wreck less and violent, and that's fine if it's your first time! Woe betide you though if it's a repeat offence! The full force of the injustice system will be brought to bare when you are told you are a very naughty boy/girl! If you are really unlucky and get a hard and un sympathetic magistrate/judge, there may be a harsh tone in their voice! You have been warned! Mister E
  • Score: 2

12:42pm Sun 11 May 14

saints fan #1 says...

Mister E wrote:
That's our criminal injustice system for you.
So, we can all go and do something wreck less and violent, and that's fine if it's your first time!
Woe betide you though if it's a repeat offence! The full force of the injustice system will be brought to bare when you are told you are a very naughty boy/girl!
If you are really unlucky and get a hard and un sympathetic magistrate/judge, there may be a harsh tone in their voice!
You have been warned!
If I told them people that cause violence at games get a season ban. I can guarantee they will never cause violence at a football stadium
[quote][p][bold]Mister E[/bold] wrote: That's our criminal injustice system for you. So, we can all go and do something wreck less and violent, and that's fine if it's your first time! Woe betide you though if it's a repeat offence! The full force of the injustice system will be brought to bare when you are told you are a very naughty boy/girl! If you are really unlucky and get a hard and un sympathetic magistrate/judge, there may be a harsh tone in their voice! You have been warned![/p][/quote]If I told them people that cause violence at games get a season ban. I can guarantee they will never cause violence at a football stadium saints fan #1
  • Score: -1

1:36pm Sun 11 May 14

Jan28th1984 says...

Disgusting hooliganism....
Disgusting hooliganism.... Jan28th1984
  • Score: -3

8:15pm Sun 11 May 14

thinklikealocal says...

Actually witnessed this at the game and it was a lot more aggressive and physical than it sounds from the report. Send out a clear message that it's not acceptable. Fans enjoying themselves? Depends what your idea of fun is I guess? Simple grounds rules that are there to protect people may sound like the killjoy brigade stamping their authority. How many of you know about the Stoke fan who was injured by her own supporters running down the staircase at last seasons match, losing their balance and knocking her over? She sustained a head injury had a stroke and never left hospital. Simple rule that sounds like a bit killjoy but proven to be relevant.
Actually witnessed this at the game and it was a lot more aggressive and physical than it sounds from the report. Send out a clear message that it's not acceptable. Fans enjoying themselves? Depends what your idea of fun is I guess? Simple grounds rules that are there to protect people may sound like the killjoy brigade stamping their authority. How many of you know about the Stoke fan who was injured by her own supporters running down the staircase at last seasons match, losing their balance and knocking her over? She sustained a head injury had a stroke and never left hospital. Simple rule that sounds like a bit killjoy but proven to be relevant. thinklikealocal
  • Score: 2

8:27pm Sun 11 May 14

2010chappy says...

Block 42 wrote:
such a big deal is made out of this.look at the ultras in Italy they have such passionate fans and they use flares etc..they are so much more passionate than English fans..why is this? they seem to enjoy going to football more.they always loud and jumping around
and violence on the terraces in Italy is rife, even among rival groups of the same team fans. That is not passion it is thuggery.

Also they still have terracing in Italy.
[quote][p][bold]Block 42[/bold] wrote: such a big deal is made out of this.look at the ultras in Italy they have such passionate fans and they use flares etc..they are so much more passionate than English fans..why is this? they seem to enjoy going to football more.they always loud and jumping around[/p][/quote]and violence on the terraces in Italy is rife, even among rival groups of the same team fans. That is not passion it is thuggery. Also they still have terracing in Italy. 2010chappy
  • Score: -1

3:30pm Mon 12 May 14

lowe esteem says...

Throw the book at them.
WTF's a Chelsea 'fan' doing living in Sholing anyway- glory hunting at The home of the Vase winners?
I think I've followed the one with back to camera before- fortunately I didn't have much riding on the old dobbin.
Throw the book at them. WTF's a Chelsea 'fan' doing living in Sholing anyway- glory hunting at The home of the Vase winners? I think I've followed the one with back to camera before- fortunately I didn't have much riding on the old dobbin. lowe esteem
  • Score: 0

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