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Reply from Ed Ashwell to a Liverpool fan who complained about their treatment at Stamford Bridge on Wed

Mr Talman

Obviously I cannot comment specifically regarding your complaint about police action. The entry of the away fans was orderly and controlled until just before kick off when a large number of away fans, many who had been drinking heavily, tried to get in, some without tickets, some with forged tickets and some with tickets from our match in 2005. Some tried to force there way in, entering two to a turnstile and some tried to jump and force gates. In the interests of the safety of all concerned and to ensure there was no overcrowding inside the stadium it was necessary for the club and police to take action to prevent the unauthorized entrance of a large number of ticketless fans. I trust this puts the incident into some perspective.

Regards

Edward Ashwell

Head of Security

Those cheeky witty scouser's, you gotta love 'em. Salt of the earth, greatest fans on earth,blah blah f**king blah pUKe.gif

Let do these f*cking scumbags!!

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There you go RedRob and all you other northern/southern (mainly southern) red scousers. Those are the type of fans following YOUR team.

"They're only a small minority", "I've never come across any" eerrr BOLLOX!

I wish you lot would fall off the face of the Earth. If Chelsea did anything like that we'd be fined, banned from the CL and it would be remembered forever. YOU LOT do it and.............. NOTHING!

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Copied from a post on BAWA:

Reply from Ed Ashwell to a Liverpool fan who complained about their treatment at Stamford Bridge on Wed

Mr Talman

Obviously I cannot comment specifically regarding your complaint about police action. The entry of the away fans was orderly and controlled until just before kick off when a large number of away fans, many who had been drinking heavily, tried to get in, some without tickets, some with forged tickets and some with tickets from our match in 2005. Some tried to force there way in, entering two to a turnstile and some tried to jump and force gates. In the interests of the safety of all concerned and to ensure there was no overcrowding inside the stadium it was necessary for the club and police to take action to prevent the unauthorized entrance of a large number of ticketless fans. I trust this puts the incident into some perspective.

Regards

Edward Ashwell

Head of Security

Disgusting, they complained? After doing the above at the bridge?

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many who had been drinking heavily, tried to get in, some without tickets, some with forged tickets and some with tickets from our match in 2005. Some tried to force there way in, entering two to a turnstile and some tried to jump and force gates

Hillsborough anyone?

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