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Postby Rooster » Thu Jan 25, 2007 12:15 am

A happier looking photo of Paddy before the match, hope his face gets back to this state soon. (pity about jamesie in the background)
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Postby jamesie » Thu Jan 25, 2007 12:37 am

and look at that grinning tw*t in the row behind paddy (over his right shoulder) would he ever feck off!!! :twisted: :lol:

great photie tho roostiepops... now does that look like a 'mob' who would shout "yer ma's a hooooo-er" to a 6ft 7in barnhall brute?! :shock:
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Postby Sea_point » Thu Jan 25, 2007 2:43 am

jamesie wrote:and look at that grinning tw*t in the row behind paddy (over his right shoulder) would he ever feck off!!! :twisted: :lol:

great photie tho roostiepops... now does that look like a 'mob' who would shout "yer ma's a hooooo-er" to a 6ft 7in barnhall brute?! :shock:


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Postby jamesie » Thu Jan 25, 2007 11:46 am

:oops: :oops: :oops: might be a bit off the mark there... if that's the case then you'ld be 8ft 15¾in or so :roll:
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Postby the original kimble » Thu Jan 25, 2007 5:41 pm

YM,

Thanks for your enquiry and I am pleased to advise as follows.

Many URSC members were present at Stade Toulouse on Sunday when Paddy Bamford was assaulted by Trevor Brennan. They have made their views very clear through messageboards, the media and directly with Ulster Rugby.

URSC will make a statement when it considers it a suitable and appropriate time to do so. In the meanwhile URSC trusts that the assault will be dealt with swiftly and properly, through due process, by the appropriate authorities.

URSC members should be aware that URSC committee members were among the witnesses of Sunday's events. They brought the assault to the attention of Ulster Rugby management during the game and liaised with Ulster Rugby immediately after the match. A committee member accompanied Paddy Bamford to the police station in Toulouse and remained with him as he made his statement. Since then the URSC has been in contact with Paddy to enquire as to his welfare and pass on the best wishes and support of its members.

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Postby Judith Harrison » Thu Jan 25, 2007 6:17 pm

Are you Serious...?!!! The "appropriate and suitable time" is NOW..NO! WAS ON SUNDAY...!!
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Postby Tevez » Thu Jan 25, 2007 6:30 pm

Sorry Mrs H, I tend to disagree.

A URSC committee member (and identified as such) was quoted in the media in the immediate aftermath of Sunday's assault. This expressed revulsion at what had happened.

Frankly a statement from URSC stating the bleeding obvious will not now provide any particular added value.

The real added value of URSC was provided at the time of, and immediately after, the assault of PM, in the Stade Ernest Wallon and with the Toulouse cops.

Let's just await developments.....
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Postby colinh » Thu Jan 25, 2007 6:33 pm

Isn't Paddy wearng a Toulouse scarf?
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Postby Jackie Brown » Thu Jan 25, 2007 7:59 pm

Rooster wrote:A happier looking photo of Paddy before the match, hope his face gets back to this state soon. (pity about jamesie in the background)
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Over Paddy's left shoulder there is a fella having a beer. Over his left shoulder, is that, Guy Easterby??? Has he given a statement? :shock:
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Postby Judith Harrison » Thu Jan 25, 2007 8:09 pm

O.K. I'll concede that, Tevez- BUT this occurred SUNDAY- why such a delay....any 'Committee' should gather the NEXT day, surely?! AND..if no satisfaction for assault charges was forthcoming from French police, the lad Patrick should have presented himself, and his injuries, to London(is that where he's based?) or his local Police. It's not misconduct, it's assault.
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Postby Jackie Brown » Thu Jan 25, 2007 8:14 pm

Judith Harrison wrote:O.K. I'll concede that, Tevez- BUT this occurred SUNDAY- why such a delay....any 'Committee' should gather the NEXT day, surely?! AND..if no satisfaction for assault charges was forthcoming from French police, the lad Patrick should have presented himself, and his injuries, to London(is that where he's based?) or his local Police. It's not misconduct, it's assault.


Indeed Judith but that would be the legal case. The ERC is not a court of law, it will sort out Brennans actions in there tournament. It is up to the authorities and the injured party to bring this to a court of law.
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Postby FNMilk » Thu Jan 25, 2007 8:53 pm

Get well soon Paddy.

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Postby Fatprop1 » Fri Jan 26, 2007 10:29 am

Surely the cry must be
"Paddy Bamford's Black and Blue Army
at the next home game!

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Postby the original kimble » Fri Jan 26, 2007 11:39 am

Judith,

If only life were so simple. Some of the committee did not get back from Toulouse until late on Monday. The chairman was in London on Sunday/Monday and Manchester all Wednesday. The URSC do not run a full time secretariat like ERC, Toulouse, BBC, Ulster Rugby, etc, etc. All have full time jobs to attend to. Fortunately URSC has a good working relationship with UR and are content for the time being to let them be the standard bearer on this matter.

Now, back on topic. Fatprop – I like it – my sense of humour. However I won’t be flying stuff like that until the matter has been dealt with, Ulster fan’s reputation exonerated and Mr Brennan locked in the Tower of London. (Tyburn would be to good for him.)

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Postby HwoodMike2umate » Fri Jan 26, 2007 1:02 pm

tut tut Mr Kimble - yer going soft in yer old age. Get another of
yer wifes bedsheets out and some black and blue paint (water resistant this time maybe) and raise the banner as above --

"Paddy Bamford's
Black & Blue Army"

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