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  • Tarbie
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    Originally posted by Buffalo View Post
    I'm not even clear on what advantage they hope to gain from it. It's unethical behaviour though. I don't know if there is any law against it so punishment could be difficult to apply.
    Have a look at Frank Lampard's interview from last night mate. Whether you like the guy or not, he makes some very valid points about why this type of behaviour needs to be dealt with severely.

    To compound matters, Leeds' manager has come out and said he has a different view on things and this type of spying is something has been doing everywhere he's been since 2002.

    Needs stamping out of the English game in my opinion. That sort of behaviour can stay on the continent and South America etc.

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  • West Acton
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    No problem with it from me, if sides want to study other sides so be it, itís all about fine margins now

    Fat Frank has some front talking about morality and ethics of what they done when he turned a blind eye and supported what Terry done at Loftus Road. Which breaks the bigger morale and ethical boundary

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  • Jimmy Floyd Rabbit
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    Immoral and a disgrace in my book but is it cheating or illegal?

    Unless someone has Ďbroken iní to somewhere I canít see what charges can be used against them?

    Never liked the w****** who support the club so hope they crash and burn this season.

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  • Stanley
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    Originally posted by Buffalo View Post
    It's unethical behaviour though. I don't know if there is any law against it....
    If there isn't a law then there should be. Where's the football ethics committee when you need it?: https://www.sportsmole.co.uk/footbal...tee_25984.html

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  • hoopsmanjake
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    Doesn matter if an advantage was gained it's wrong. Hiding in a bush like dirty #####

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  • Buffalo
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    I'm not even clear on what advantage they hope to gain from it. It's unethical behaviour though. I don't know if there is any law against it so punishment could be difficult to apply.

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  • cross it Dave
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    Originally posted by hoopsmanjake View Post
    Relegate them for cheating only thing to do

    Seems fitting another to me, League Division 2.

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  • Timmy the Doc
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    I think it's immoral and cheating. Almost hope they won't go up now, but they deserve it tbh.

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  • bakes8
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    Don't see anything wrong with it unless something unlawful has happened.

    Don't like Lampard or Derby though, glad they lost.

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  • Itsonlyagame
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    Never liked them but canít stand them now, more so because of what happened when we played them up there.
    Tony Incenzo couldnít get his tongue any further up their proverbial when they played us at loftus road recently.
    C0ck.

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  • Tarbie
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    I'd throw the bloody book at them mate. The big question is how do you do it in a manner that is fair to every other side in the league?

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  • hoopsmanjake
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    Relegate them for cheating only thing to do

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