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Thread: Ollie McBurnie

  1. #21

    Re: Ollie McBurnie

    Could get serious now
    Nottinghamshire police want to interview him on a charge of impersonating a football player

  2. #22

    Re: Ollie McBurnie

    Quote Originally Posted by binman View Post
    Could get serious now
    Nottinghamshire police want to interview him on a charge of impersonating a football player
    good luck finding any evidence of that

  3. #23

    Re: Ollie McBurnie

    Quote Originally Posted by Optimistic Nick View Post
    Mcburnie is trash. This isn't anti jack stuff. He's a shit footballer who will wind up dead or in prison. He's biohazard. His record is shit and he offers nothing. I stopped playing 20 years ago and I reckon I could mark him out of a game.

    I've got mates who are blades fans who are doing all they can to get him arrested tonight, and ensure he never plays for them again. Mcburnie, nobody likes your
    I think that you should be very careful here - claiming to know people who are Sheffield United fans will get you into severe trouble with TLG. He will be on the case immediately calling you a liar and want documentary proof, including signed witness statements.

  4. #24

    Re: Ollie McBurnie

    Quote Originally Posted by AfricanBluebird View Post
    That's a weird take on the situation.

    Whatever the forest fan did to end up on the floor is a separate issue, but for a professional football player to approach the scene and start stamping on him several times, as the video revealed, is shocking and out-of-order. So it is not 'boohoo' (which is what I think you meant) but instead a pattern of violent and aggressive behaviour by a really nasty piece of work. Sheffield United will use this opportunity to get rid of him.
    Iím sure they will get rid of him and he seems to be a horrible lad but Iím not willing to judge him on a small snippet of a video. He was surrounded by aggressive Forest fans and Iím sure felt at risk of harm.

    Not condoning his actions just think some context needs to be provided.

  5. #25

    Re: Ollie McBurnie

    I had sympathy for him when he hit that guy on the street who had been following him around goading him, stamping on someone on the floor is never a good look though. Also he’s just a bit of an arse isn’t he

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  7. #27

    Re: Ollie McBurnie

    Quote Originally Posted by delmbox View Post
    I had sympathy for him when he hit that guy on the street who had been following him around goading him, stamping on someone on the floor is never a good look though. Also he’s just a bit of an arse isn’t he
    McBurnie is a complete bell end. We donít know why the fan was there, and considering heís right near the Sheff Utd players I doubt heís an angel either. This stuff has to stop as well. More players will get in trouble for fighting back to protect themselves. It must be quite scary to see hundreds of fans (if not more) running right at you. Again, McBurnie is a bell end, just like to make that clear.

  8. #28

    Re: Ollie McBurnie

    Quote Originally Posted by Pedro de la Rosa View Post
    McBurnie is a complete bell end. We don’t know why the fan was there, and considering he’s right near the Sheff Utd players I doubt he’s an angel either. This stuff has to stop as well. More players will get in trouble for fighting back to protect themselves. It must be quite scary to see hundreds of fans (if not more) running right at you. Again, McBurnie is a bell end, just like to make that clear.
    Yeah I agree with you, for example I wholeheartedly support Vieira kicking that Everton twat who was in his face, it's just stamping on someone on the floor is a different thing

  9. #29

    Re: Ollie McBurnie

    However much of an arsehole McBurnie is, that fan deserved everything he got

    No sympathy at all

    Same situation for the guy that goaded Mike Tyson

  10. #30

    Re: Ollie McBurnie

    Quote Originally Posted by WJ99mobile View Post
    However much of an arsehole McBurnie is, that fan deserved everything he got

    No sympathy at all

    Same situation for the guy that goaded Mike Tyson
    what did the fan do? I haven't seen anything about that

    Agreed about Tyson

  11. #31

    Re: Ollie McBurnie

    Quote Originally Posted by delmbox View Post
    what did the fan do? I haven't seen anything about that

    Agreed about Tyson
    He could well have ran past, tripped over

    Or

    He tried to attack the bottom of McBernies boot

  12. #32

    Re: Ollie McBurnie

    Quote Originally Posted by WJ99mobile View Post
    However much of an arsehole McBurnie is, that fan deserved everything he got

    No sympathy at all

    Same situation for the guy that goaded Mike Tyson
    Where is the evidence he was goading McBurnie?

    The videos i have seen show McBurnie arrive when the lad is already on the floor and start stamping on him.

    Even so, pushing or lashing at at someone goading you is in my opinion, justified, stamping down several times on someone on the floor, is not. If you think stamping on someone who is already on the floor and covering themselves is ok, you need to give your head a wobble.

    I agree about Tyson... That drunken buffoon deserved it. And Tyson did try several times to ignore and avoid confrontation.

    It seems to me McBrunie is just a nasty piece of work and seeks out this kinda stuff.

  13. #33

    Re: Ollie McBurnie

    Quote Originally Posted by AfricanBluebird View Post
    Where is the evidence he was goading McBurnie?

    The videos i have seen show McBurnie arrive when the lad is already on the floor and start stamping on him.

    Even so, pushing or lashing at at someone goading you is in my opinion, justified, stamping down several times on someone on the floor, is not. If you think stamping on someone who is already on the floor and covering themselves is ok, you need to give your head a wobble.

    I agree about Tyson... That drunken buffoon deserved it. And Tyson did try several times to ignore and avoid confrontation.

    It seems to me McBrunie is just a nasty piece of work and seeks out this kinda stuff.
    He was the first to rush out of the dugout when heckinbottom slammed the ball into spence - he loves a squabble but he comes across as a bit of a bully and a coward - wonder what his life would have been like without football

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