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Thread: Oli McBurnie

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    Oli McBurnie


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    Re: Oli McBurnie

    Posted earlier on.

    Can see both sides if I'm honest.

    McBurnie seems a **** but wouldn't be the first footballer to fall into that description.
    At the same time any idiot thinks that because somebody is famous they can give people abuse and film them with no comeback.

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    Re: Oli McBurnie

    I may be wrong but watching that footage, mcburnie appears to punch, chest knee and assault what i believe looks like a teenager. Regardless if the people are filming and taunting, that is not the way to react.
    Even more so if the person is under 18.

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    Re: Oli McBurnie

    Let's be honest he is more than a little odd.

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    Ginger rage

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    Re: Oli McBurnie

    Sign him up

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    Still missed the phone.

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    the lad doesnt look old at all

    a professional footballer should be ashamed to be caught up in that

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    Re: Oli McBurnie

    Has he signed yet

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    Re: Oli McBurnie

    Quote Originally Posted by delmbox View Post
    He really does come across as a thick, retarded chavvie

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    Re: Oli McBurnie

    He'll have to polish up his people skills when dropping off and picking the kids from Howells School .

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    https://www.thestar.co.uk/news/crime...-viral-3231845

    "Man arrested after Sheffield United’s Oli McBurnie ‘street bust-up video’ goes viral
    A man has been arrested after a video appearing to show Sheffield United striker Oli McBurnie in a street bust up went viral.
    The 24 second clip, filmed in Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, appears to show Sheffield United striker McBurnie involved in a brawl with 21-year-old insurance broker Elliott Wright, 21. It is claimed that the Scottish international was goaded about Sheffield United’s relegation from the Premier League before violence flared.
    A man is seen stamping on a mobile phone, which was dropped to the ground during the incident."

    Slap on the wrist and a fine or a custodial awaiting for the mad bastard??

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    Re: Oli McBurnie

    Well thats clearly assault and depending on the injuries to the victim could be ABH

    It may be that the victim doesn't want to press charges however the police may

    Silly sod

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    Re: Oli McBurnie

    McBurnie seems a bit of a tool but you could also say why should anyone just have to ignore someone shouting unsolicited abuse at them on the street, if it was a 16 year old kid I'd be saying rise above it but the guy was only 3 years younger than him. Not saying violence is ok but don't act like a prick to strangers is a good general rule to live by if you don't want to get a slap

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    Re: Oli McBurnie

    Quote Originally Posted by 2b2bdoo View Post
    Let's be honest he is more than a little odd.
    Seems a very strange bloke

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    Re: Oli McBurnie

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Soul '68 View Post
    He really does come across as a thick, retarded chavvie

    After that comment I'm not sure you're in a place to insult someone's intelligence.

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    Re: Oli McBurnie

    Quote Originally Posted by delmbox View Post
    McBurnie seems a bit of a tool but you could also say why should anyone just have to ignore someone shouting unsolicited abuse at them on the street, if it was a 16 year old kid I'd be saying rise above it but the guy was only 3 years younger than him. Not saying violence is ok but don't act like a prick to strangers is a good general rule to live by if you don't want to get a slap
    It was hardly more than banter. Of course he should have ignored it or just responded laughing and joking or even told the lad to feck off. But to launching into an assault shows what kind of person he is.

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    Re: Oli McBurnie

    Quote Originally Posted by delmbox View Post
    McBurnie seems a bit of a tool but you could also say why should anyone just have to ignore someone shouting unsolicited abuse at them on the street, if it was a 16 year old kid I'd be saying rise above it but the guy was only 3 years younger than him. Not saying violence is ok but don't act like a prick to strangers is a good general rule to live by if you don't want to get a slap
    Mcb.JPG

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    Re: Oli McBurnie

    Quote Originally Posted by Monster munch View Post
    https://www.thestar.co.uk/news/crime...-viral-3231845

    "Man arrested after Sheffield United’s Oli McBurnie ‘street bust-up video’ goes viral
    A man has been arrested after a video appearing to show Sheffield United striker Oli McBurnie in a street bust up went viral.
    The 24 second clip, filmed in Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, appears to show Sheffield United striker McBurnie involved in a brawl with 21-year-old insurance broker Elliott Wright, 21. It is claimed that the Scottish international was goaded about Sheffield United’s relegation from the Premier League before violence flared.
    A man is seen stamping on a mobile phone, which was dropped to the ground during the incident."

    Slap on the wrist and a fine or a custodial awaiting for the mad bastard??
    Anyone know how old 21-year-old insurance broker Elliott Wright, 21, is?

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    Re: Oli McBurnie

    His accuracy in stamping on the phone to kill it is about as good as his technique in front of goal. Tosser.

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