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Re: Ugo Ehiogu and Sunday

Scoobers replying to Power Knapp
09:32, Friday 21 April 2017
Totally agree
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu and Sunday

PearlyKingsince62 replying to Power Knapp
09:32, Friday 21 April 2017
Don't embarrass the rest of us - pay respect - then launch into the dirty tramps in the stands thumbs up
Here's an idea. Rather than bleating your arse off behind an anonymous name on here or Twitter, do something about it. Stick your head above the parapet and do something in the real world. Don't be some social media troll - put your money where your mouth is.

or does that require effort/balls you don't have?
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu

Magna 1,000,000 replying to The Purple Cow
09:36, Friday 21 April 2017
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Yep R.I.P. big man.

It's scary how often footballers who die "young" with heart related issues are of direct African decent.

FTFY
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu and Sunday

HackneyBlue replying to Made in Daegu
09:36, Friday 21 April 2017
I doubt they will, the rivalries get forgotten when it comes to sad news such as this

RIP Ugo, very sad news
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu and Sunday

Thongs replying to HackneyBlue
09:40, Friday 21 April 2017
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I doubt they will, the rivalries get forgotten when it comes to sad news such as this

RIP Ugo, very sad news

Well it doesnt really does it but I suppose we try to be decent.

we'll be singing about him at the next Derby.

the song is already out there.
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu

Spike replying to Le Mod
09:46, Friday 21 April 2017
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RIP, Lovely guy by all accounts.

I met him once, briefly.

I was at a dance show watching my daughter and he was there watching somebody - it might have been his niece maybe? She looked too old to have been his daughter...unless he started VERY young.

I think he was at Middlesbrough at the time, not villa.

Anyway, he looked at me and I looked at him - I nodded to acknowledge that I recognised him.

He mouthed at me "villa fan?" I shook my head and mouthed back "Blues!!!".

He burst out laughing and gave me the thumbs up.

He seemed alright, I'm sorry he's died. It's a shame.
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu

bluechip replying to Block D
09:46, Friday 21 April 2017
RIP Ugo.

Blues and Villa to come together as one to pay respect before the game Sunday
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu

Dougie Bell replying to bluechip
09:55, Friday 21 April 2017
Sad news. I hope the Blues lucky enough to be there on Sunday do the right thing. I'm sure they will.
Goodbye shorts, hello football!
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu

blueorfe replying to Dougie Bell
10:06, Friday 21 April 2017
What awful news :(

R.I.P. Ugo
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu

WorcsAzul replying to Valencia
10:08, Friday 21 April 2017
Sad news - RIP.

I hope our fans at Witton on Sunday do the right thing and show some respect. Tear into Witton for the other 89 minutes of course but show - yet again - we are better than them!
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu

Tam replying to blueorfe
10:08, Friday 21 April 2017
Aye, terrible news. RIP.
I don't want to sit near Miguel.
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu

Clapton replying to Dougie Bell
10:09, Friday 21 April 2017
He's oringinally off my adopted nanor so I will show respect to him and family. Rip Ugo
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu

Sweepover replying to Clapton
10:10, Friday 21 April 2017
RIP

Lovely Bloke.
UP THE BLUES !.

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Re: Ugo Ehiogu

pearcy replying to Sweepover
10:12, Friday 21 April 2017
RIP :(
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu

The Bat replying to bluechip
10:12, Friday 21 April 2017
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bluechip
RIP Ugo.

Blues and Villa to come together as one to pay respect before the game Sunday

We may pay our respect which is right and proper but none of that coming together crap
Thanks for keeping us up Gary
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Re: Birmingham City and ex-Blues players lead tributes to former Aston Villa man Ugo Ehiogu

NevBCFC replying to Birmingham Mail
10:40, Friday 21 April 2017
Rest In Peace Sir.
“ This stuff will make you a god damned sexual Tyrannosaurus, just like me.”
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Re: Birmingham City and ex-Blues players lead tributes to former Aston Villa man Ugo Ehiogu

Bud broccoli replying to NevBCFC
10:55, Friday 21 April 2017
Terrible news.R.I.P.
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu and Sunday

Polo replying to number8
10:58, Friday 21 April 2017
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They won't risk it, it'll be applause.

It says in the report a minutes applause before the game.
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu

JohnP replying to Valencia
11:01, Friday 21 April 2017
Wish I hadn't made a flippant comment now, very sad. RIP
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu and Sunday

Ron Saunders replying to Polo
11:27, Friday 21 April 2017
Awful awful news and how sad we can't honour someone properly with the minutes silence for fear of idiots not observing it in the correct manner.

Kind of puts football into perspective for a while
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu and Sunday

Polo replying to Ron Saunders
11:52, Friday 21 April 2017
It probably wouldn't have mattered who they were playing - a minutes applause seems to be the usual way of celebrating someone's life these days.
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu and Sunday

Dave1991 replying to Ron Saunders
11:53, Friday 21 April 2017
Surely needs a loud KRO during the minutes applause. Not intended to wind them up, more respectful noise. Plus it's a very fitting song for this kind of thing.
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu and Sunday

Spike replying to Polo
11:58, Friday 21 April 2017
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Polo
It probably wouldn't have mattered who they were playing - a minutes applause seems to be the usual way of celebrating someone's life these days.

The problem with a silence is that it only takes one person to ruin it. Sometimes without even meaning to.

Sometimes there's a minutes silence going on and people walking into the ground will be bawling and shouting without any idea that there's a silence going on. Then of course what happens is that people in the ground will start turning round and shouting at the top of their voice things like "Shut the feck up yer fecking idiot"...seemingly missing the irony that their racket is actually worse than the original noise.
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu and Sunday

Hernan Cortés replying to Dave1991
12:01, Friday 21 April 2017
I'm sure that'd go down well...
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu and Sunday

666VAN replying to Dave1991
13:16, Friday 21 April 2017
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Dave1991
Surely needs a loud KRO during the minutes applause. Not intended to wind them up, more respectful noise. Plus it's a very fitting song for this kind of thing.

That's a shit idea.

They've asked for a minute's applause. We can respect that.
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu and Sunday

The Bat replying to Spike
13:36, Friday 21 April 2017
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It probably wouldn't have mattered who they were playing - a minutes applause seems to be the usual way of celebrating someone's life these days.

The problem with a silence is that it only takes one person to ruin it. Sometimes without even meaning to.

Sometimes there's a minutes silence going on and people walking into the ground will be bawling and shouting without any idea that there's a silence going on. Then of course what happens is that people in the ground will start turning round and shouting at the top of their voice things like "Shut the feck up yer fecking idiot"...seemingly missing the irony that their racket is actually worse than the original noise.

The one at Wolves was a farce when one of ours shouted 'feck off you thick dingle fannys' or something like that very loudly. Heard by everyone
Thanks for keeping us up Gary
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu and Sunday

STD replying to 666VAN
13:54, Friday 21 April 2017
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Surely needs a loud KRO during the minutes applause. Not intended to wind them up, more respectful noise. Plus it's a very fitting song for this kind of thing.

That's a shit idea.

They've asked for a minute's applause. We can respect that.

I always hate the minute silence as you always get some knobhead with his phone go off, or someone shouting or something. Ok the baby crying etc I can deal with, they don't know any better, but this whole minutes applause instead of silence because fans can't be trusted is pathetic really.

I respect it never the less but silence is more respectful I feel
Moist
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu and Sunday

Major Clanger replying to STD
13:57, Friday 21 April 2017
Jesus it's enough to turn your hair orange
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu and Sunday

The Bat replying to Major Clanger
13:58, Friday 21 April 2017
I'll find it a lot harder to clap than to stand still saying feck all
Thanks for keeping us up Gary
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Birmingham City boss Harry Redknapp on the passing of ex-Aston Villa defender Ugo Ehiogu

Birmingham Mail replying to Birmingham Mail
15:00, Friday 21 April 2017
The 44-year-old died after suffering a cardiac arrest

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