Comments Policy

We don’t have one. Simple as that. Isn’t free speech wonderful?

They have to go through moderation first, but as long as what you say isn’t libellous, it’ll be published.

Please bear in mind, however,┬áthat I don’t take any responsibility for any content posted on this blog by third parties.

One Response to Comments Policy

  1. John Galpin says:

    Lack of any sort of respect for referees starts from the moment little Wayne joins his local club and plays in the under 9s “B” team. Try a Sunday morning on the touchline and listen to some of the parents! I’m surprised anyone would actually volunteer to referee these days.

    My favourite on TV is Harry Rednapp. Despite making John Prescott sound like Brian Sewell he usually comes across in defeat with some sort of humility.

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