Pandoras BoxSnowflake Royal Tbf if they're talking about the full kit oxf*rd in Y26 I'm thinking of they've got a point. Proper weirdo. Don't think he's anything like 40 though.
Lots of talk regarding understanding mental health issues in football nowadays and yet we have a post like this?
Seen this guy at every away match I’ve been to - and that’s a lot.
Wears his kit religiously even through the coldest games.
Spoke to him at Brentford once and he maybe he has issues, really wouldn’t like to make that judgement though.
Live and let live if it makes him happy.
( and TBF, regarding Millwall, I’d rather wear a full Reading kit rather than the uniform of a fat overweight, Stone Island clad, flat capped 55 year old monkey still trying to ‘ave some’ on a Saturday afternoon).
Well to be honest, it is expected from Ian. He clearly does not give a monkeys about mental health problems and feels that anybody who acts or dresses differently must have issues. No wonder why there are people who commit suicide as they are too afraid to speak up about mental health to others, with an attitude on society where you get mocked and called a weirdo for it. He has done it before and he will do it again, clearly making a mockery of people with mental health and disabilities. Absolutely disgusting behaviour. He is a bully. I know the person (through others) who he is talking about. My wifes brother has downs and is deaf and regularly gets funny looks and mutterings about him. It is horrible. He is only 5 but still in nappies, cannot talk so acts out in frustration. I want to take him to football, I have taken her sister who is 7 but when we go anywhere (holiday, meals etc) with him and he has a sensory nightmare or an issue he cannot communicate and acts out, we get stares, pointed at, tuts, mumbles. Football is meant to be inclusive.
But an abusive post like this will go unpunished yet again on this forum whereas me pissing about gets a ban.