Chelsea fans are a ***** disgrace.

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I think the police believe (mistakenly) that as there’s no pubs along that stretch of the high street from the Express Tavern stretching east until the RHG then it’s not worth bothering with.

I think away fans should be kept back but we can’t moan if it happens to us.
 

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Sickened but not surprised by this, TBH. I got the train to Brentford rather than Kew Bridge for the first time this season because I knew the pubs would be much quieter. Coming out of the station there were a couple of groups of Chelsea lads prowling the streets and no police presence at all. It was the same walking up to LR.
 

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Disgusting thread full of Brentford sucking off Chelsea. You should all be ashamed.

My son witnessed what happened outside McDonalds. Cowardly stuff, by the sound of it.
Hopefully the injured party makes a full recovery and his assailant dies a slow, painful death.
HTH
Couldn't put it better myself!
 

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Met were probably all at Tottenham vs West Ham! Wouldn’t normally be allowed as night kick off in league. Hope fella hit from behind ok
 

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Disgusting behavior. We European complaining about Middle East and terrorism, but we hurt and kill each other in the name of football 🤮
I agree, violence should have no place in modern society, however I guess football is a real thing...
Imagine killing in the name of something or someone that may not exist or be real... now that would be proper bonkers 🤷‍♂️
 

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I agree, violence should have no place in modern society, however I guess football is a real thing...
Imagine killing in the name of something or someone that may not exist or be real... now that would be proper bonkers 🤷‍♂️
Best response i've seen in a long time on this forum.
 

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I agree, violence should have no place in modern society, however I guess football is a real thing...
Imagine killing in the name of something or someone that may not exist or be real... now that would be proper bonkers 🤷‍♂️
Probably 99% wars in history have been over various deities. and certainly not restricted to East of the Bosporus.
 
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My youngest lad who's in his early 20s left the Dug Out Bar after the game and got separated from his 2 friends.
He was attacked by Kew Bridge by 15 Chelsea youth, he was on his own.
He's partially sighted, Brentford and football mad, wearing a Bees shirt with pride, hates football violence.
They punched his glasses off his face and he also lost his phone during the attack.
He had to get back to Uxbridge without his usual vision, asking people and bus drivers for help as he couldn't see properly.
He got home after 2am.
The only blessing was one of the Chelsea lads stopped him from getting down to find his glasses on the pavement,
which probably avoided getting his head kicked in.
Now we have the problem of having to wait to get an eye test and new goggles made up, which wont happen this side of Christmas.
If anyone has found any glasses or a phone near the junction at Kew Bridge, please PM me.
 

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My youngest lad who's in his early 20s left the Dug Out Bar after the game and got separated from his 2 friends.
He was attacked by Kew Bridge by 15 Chelsea youth, he was on his own.
He's partially sighted, Brentford and football mad, wearing a Bees shirt with pride, hates football violence.
They punched his glasses off his face and he also lost his phone during the attack.
He had to get back to Uxbridge without his usual vision, asking people and bus drivers for help as he couldn't see properly.
He got home after 2am.
The only blessing was one of the Chelsea lads stopped him from getting down to find hind his glasses on the pavement,
which probably stopped him from getting his head kicked in.
Now we have the problem of having to wait to get an eye test and new goggles made up, which wont happed this side of Christmas.
If anyone has found any glasses or a phone near the junction at Kew Bridge, please PM me.
That's grim mate. Are the old bill involved as that area should all be CCTVed up.
 

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I think the police believe (mistakenly) that as there’s no pubs along that stretch of the high street from the Express Tavern stretching east until the RHG then it’s not worth bothering with.

I think away fans should be kept back but we can’t moan if it happens to us.
That walk is a regular escape route for those heading west on buses, pretty much only Chelsea would be an issue here IMO
 

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My youngest lad who's in his early 20s left the Dug Out Bar after the game and got separated from his 2 friends.
He was attacked by Kew Bridge by 15 Chelsea youth, he was on his own.
He's partially sighted, Brentford and football mad, wearing a Bees shirt with pride, hates football violence.
They punched his glasses off his face and he also lost his phone during the attack.
He had to get back to Uxbridge without his usual vision, asking people and bus drivers for help as he couldn't see properly.
He got home after 2am.
The only blessing was one of the Chelsea lads stopped him from getting down to find his glasses on the pavement,
which probably stopped him from getting his head kicked in.
Now we have the problem of having to wait to get an eye test and new goggles made up, which wont happed this side of Christmas.
If anyone has found any glasses or a phone near the junction at Kew Bridge, please PM me.
Jesus Christ...I'm so sorry to read this, absolute scum bags...
I hope your boy is ok now.
 

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Disgusting thread full of Brentford sucking off Chelsea. You should all be ashamed.

My son witnessed what happened outside McDonalds. Cowardly stuff, by the sound of it.
Hopefully the injured party makes a full recovery and his assailant dies a slow, painful death.
HTH

Once dead would you like assailants dug up???
 

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When you look at who's to blame for 99% of violence, the answer is MEN....the reason is immaterial, just excuses.

That’s cos woman are pulling the strings in the backward not wanting to get their hands dirty.

Also go to Hull violence is most girl on girl there mental scenes
 

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Jesus Christ...I'm so sorry to read this, absolute scum bags...
I hope your boy is ok now.
He's fine thanks mate, he would've thought "what the feck is going on" as he really doesn't like aggro.
He was attacked by a gang in Shepherds Bush a few years ago, took 2 years to sort his injury out which included
a bone graft in his mouth, he must have thought, " here we go again".
He can handle himself, luckily coming out of this by being a bit shaken up.
 

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He was attacked by Kew Bridge by 15 Chelsea youth, he was on his own.
He's partially sighted, Brentford and football mad, wearing a Bees shirt with pride, hates football violence.
They punched his glasses off his face and he also lost his phone during the attack.
He had to get back to Uxbridge without his usual vision, asking people and bus drivers for help as he couldn't see properly.
He got home after 2am.
The only blessing was one of the Chelsea lads stopped him from getting down to find his glasses on the pavement,
which probably avoided getting his head kicked in.
Now we have the problem of having to wait to get an eye test and new goggles made up, which wont happen this side of Christmas.
If anyone has found any glasses or a phone near the junction at Kew Bridge, please PM me.
f*** sake mate that’s awful. So sorry to hear that. Cowardly ****s. Hope he’s ok and has a good Christmas.
 

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My youngest lad who's in his early 20s left the Dug Out Bar after the game and got separated from his 2 friends.
He was attacked by Kew Bridge by 15 Chelsea youth, he was on his own.
He's partially sighted, Brentford and football mad, wearing a Bees shirt with pride, hates football violence.
They punched his glasses off his face and he also lost his phone during the attack.
He had to get back to Uxbridge without his usual vision, asking people and bus drivers for help as he couldn't see properly.
He got home after 2am.
The only blessing was one of the Chelsea lads stopped him from getting down to find his glasses on the pavement,
which probably avoided getting his head kicked in.
Now we have the problem of having to wait to get an eye test and new goggles made up, which wont happen this side of Christmas.
If anyone has found any glasses or a phone near the junction at Kew Bridge, please PM me.

Awful reading this cowardly attack on your son - hope your boy makes a full recovery both physically and mentally. These types are just utter scum. Probably boasting about it also to their mates.
 

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My youngest lad who's in his early 20s left the Dug Out Bar after the game and got separated from his 2 friends.
He was attacked by Kew Bridge by 15 Chelsea youth, he was on his own.
He's partially sighted, Brentford and football mad, wearing a Bees shirt with pride, hates football violence.
They punched his glasses off his face and he also lost his phone during the attack.
He had to get back to Uxbridge without his usual vision, asking people and bus drivers for help as he couldn't see properly.
He got home after 2am.
The only blessing was one of the Chelsea lads stopped him from getting down to find his glasses on the pavement,
which probably avoided getting his head kicked in.
Now we have the problem of having to wait to get an eye test and new goggles made up, which wont happen this side of Christmas.
If anyone has found any glasses or a phone near the junction at Kew Bridge, please PM me.
Really sorry to hear that mate, its a sh*t thing to happen.
Hope he is recovering well
 

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Cheers mate, really annoying as I was across the road in The Express when this happened.
sh*t. What time was it? We were in the 1 over the 8. poor lad. Glad he’s ok. Probably lucky you didn’t get hold of the f***ers!!
 

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My youngest lad who's in his early 20s left the Dug Out Bar after the game and got separated from his 2 friends.
He was attacked by Kew Bridge by 15 Chelsea youth, he was on his own.
He's partially sighted, Brentford and football mad, wearing a Bees shirt with pride, hates football violence.
They punched his glasses off his face and he also lost his phone during the attack.
He had to get back to Uxbridge without his usual vision, asking people and bus drivers for help as he couldn't see properly.
He got home after 2am.
The only blessing was one of the Chelsea lads stopped him from getting down to find his glasses on the pavement,
which probably avoided getting his head kicked in.
Now we have the problem of having to wait to get an eye test and new goggles made up, which wont happen this side of Christmas.
If anyone has found any glasses or a phone near the junction at Kew Bridge, please PM me.
Sorry to hear this. Hope he feels better soon. Send him my regards
 

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My youngest lad who's in his early 20s left the Dug Out Bar after the game and got separated from his 2 friends.
He was attacked by Kew Bridge by 15 Chelsea youth, he was on his own.
He's partially sighted, Brentford and football mad, wearing a Bees shirt with pride, hates football violence.
They punched his glasses off his face and he also lost his phone during the attack.
He had to get back to Uxbridge without his usual vision, asking people and bus drivers for help as he couldn't see properly.
He got home after 2am.
The only blessing was one of the Chelsea lads stopped him from getting down to find his glasses on the pavement,
which probably avoided getting his head kicked in.
Now we have the problem of having to wait to get an eye test and new goggles made up, which wont happen this side of Christmas.
If anyone has found any glasses or a phone near the junction at Kew Bridge, please PM me.
Sorry to hear this, mate.
A truly cowardly thing to do.
Hope your lad is OK, and you can all have a Good Christmas.
 

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My youngest lad who's in his early 20s left the Dug Out Bar after the game and got separated from his 2 friends.
He was attacked by Kew Bridge by 15 Chelsea youth, he was on his own.
He's partially sighted, Brentford and football mad, wearing a Bees shirt with pride, hates football violence.
They punched his glasses off his face and he also lost his phone during the attack.
He had to get back to Uxbridge without his usual vision, asking people and bus drivers for help as he couldn't see properly.
He got home after 2am.
The only blessing was one of the Chelsea lads stopped him from getting down to find his glasses on the pavement,
which probably avoided getting his head kicked in.
Now we have the problem of having to wait to get an eye test and new goggles made up, which wont happen this side of Christmas.
If anyone has found any glasses or a phone near the junction at Kew Bridge, please PM me.
Total w@nker$ , thats brave of them, look good on their CV . hope it doesn't put your lad off coming to games
 

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My youngest lad who's in his early 20s left the Dug Out Bar after the game and got separated from his 2 friends.
He was attacked by Kew Bridge by 15 Chelsea youth, he was on his own.
He's partially sighted, Brentford and football mad, wearing a Bees shirt with pride, hates football violence.
They punched his glasses off his face and he also lost his phone during the attack.
He had to get back to Uxbridge without his usual vision, asking people and bus drivers for help as he couldn't see properly.
He got home after 2am.
The only blessing was one of the Chelsea lads stopped him from getting down to find his glasses on the pavement,
which probably avoided getting his head kicked in.
Now we have the problem of having to wait to get an eye test and new goggles made up, which wont happen this side of Christmas.
If anyone has found any glasses or a phone near the junction at Kew Bridge, please PM me.
Sorry to read this. Complete cowardly toss pots.
 

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My youngest lad who's in his early 20s left the Dug Out Bar after the game and got separated from his 2 friends.
He was attacked by Kew Bridge by 15 Chelsea youth, he was on his own.
He's partially sighted, Brentford and football mad, wearing a Bees shirt with pride, hates football violence.
They punched his glasses off his face and he also lost his phone during the attack.
He had to get back to Uxbridge without his usual vision, asking people and bus drivers for help as he couldn't see properly.
He got home after 2am.
The only blessing was one of the Chelsea lads stopped him from getting down to find his glasses on the pavement,
which probably avoided getting his head kicked in.
Now we have the problem of having to wait to get an eye test and new goggles made up, which wont happen this side of Christmas.
If anyone has found any glasses or a phone near the junction at Kew Bridge, please PM me.

Sorry to hear that.

I wish him a speedy recovery.

****ish behaviour 😡
 

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My youngest lad who's in his early 20s left the Dug Out Bar after the game and got separated from his 2 friends.
He was attacked by Kew Bridge by 15 Chelsea youth, he was on his own.
He's partially sighted, Brentford and football mad, wearing a Bees shirt with pride, hates football violence.
They punched his glasses off his face and he also lost his phone during the attack.
He had to get back to Uxbridge without his usual vision, asking people and bus drivers for help as he couldn't see properly.
He got home after 2am.
The only blessing was one of the Chelsea lads stopped him from getting down to find his glasses on the pavement,
which probably avoided getting his head kicked in.
Now we have the problem of having to wait to get an eye test and new goggles made up, which wont happen this side of Christmas.
If anyone has found any glasses or a phone near the junction at Kew Bridge, please PM me.
So sorry to hear, hope he’s ok. Lots of idiots about. Stay safe and I hope you and the family have a good Chrisrmas
 

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My youngest lad who's in his early 20s left the Dug Out Bar after the game and got separated from his 2 friends.
He was attacked by Kew Bridge by 15 Chelsea youth, he was on his own.
He's partially sighted, Brentford and football mad, wearing a Bees shirt with pride, hates football violence.
They punched his glasses off his face and he also lost his phone during the attack.
He had to get back to Uxbridge without his usual vision, asking people and bus drivers for help as he couldn't see properly.
He got home after 2am.
The only blessing was one of the Chelsea lads stopped him from getting down to find his glasses on the pavement,
which probably avoided getting his head kicked in.
Now we have the problem of having to wait to get an eye test and new goggles made up, which wont happen this side of Christmas.
If anyone has found any glasses or a phone near the junction at Kew Bridge, please PM me.
Absolute scummy cowards , Hope your son is ok .
Have a good Xmas pal .
 
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