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I think it was a stupid thing to do. I would love for him not to get a ban, but if it were a Swansea player who did it to a Chelsea ball boy, I would have been calling for his head.

Yeah but most of our ball boys are like 10, not a ball man of 17...
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To me it looks like this was blown out of proportion. It wasn't even worth a red card for me. If I was the ref, I'd have given Hazard a yellow and sent of the ball boy, that would have done the deal.

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Apparently the ballboy's girlfriend is on twitter and she has threatened to kill Hazard after this incident. By the way, the sheepshagger kid's girlfriend is named Lamb. You just couldn't make this stuff up. :lol:

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I'm actually glad Hazard kicked that cunt, now everyone will know how much of a cunt that kid really is. Otherwise, he woulda got away his little "plan"

And get outta here with Hazard kicked a kid, give me a break, fucking pussies up in here.

That said, I doubt it'll get rescinded since he already got a red during the match. If this woulda been brought up after the match then he probably woulda escaped with just an apology but since he already got a red, there isn't enough there to get it rescinded.

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Was not sure what you were talking about until that picture above was posted! I've had that for over a year, completely forgot about it.

It originally said something like "Star Player" and I changed to something that showed fake modesty :P

apologies offered

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R.I.P Rationale, Common Sense & Faith in Humanity

First of all let me say that Hazard was in the wrong, regardless of whether he kicked the ball or ballboy, he overreacted. However he isn't the only one. South Wales police, the press, public, Swansea players and ballboy himself can join the long queue. Hearing that police will "not take the matter further" actually makes me sick to my stomach. The incident has been blown way out of proportion but sadly, draws uncanny comparisons with the John Terry witch-hunt last year. To break it down simply, Chelsea were chasing a game and in the latter stages, Swansea ballboys were time-wasting to ensure the retrieval of the ball took as long as possible, a clear act of gamesmanship. Judging by his Twitter comments it was pre-meditated, he clearly wanted the limelight and let it known he would be on TV.


This is the problem we have in society, the PC brigade that thrust moral outrage at the most minimal of events upon us. All that needs to simply happen is for both Hazard and the ballboy to shake hands and exchange autographs (the ballboy is probably the bigger celeb of the two now), that is as far as the incident should go. It was a simple misunderstanding to an incident that happened in the heat of the moment. For those that believe Hazard went in with the intent or in fact kicked the ballboy I ask you this: If time was being wasted anyway, why would Hazard want to intentionally cause injury to a ballboy thus prolonging things even further and wasting more time?

Sky's product "The Premier League" is becoming increasingly more about politics and brand image rather than actual football and common sense/rationale scarcely prevails, this incident being indicative of this, as have others. Since Sky got involved the agenda has long since been to destroy football as a sport and make the transition into being a business. In business there are no morals, few ethics (which are actually adhered to), it's a cold and ruthless game whereby you cannot have or be seen to display any emotion. This doesn't necessarily transcend onto the football pitch though, to players, football is first and foremost a sport, they dedicate their lives to it from grass roots level upwards. The FA have tried vehemently to stamp out any kind of emotion from the game. Footballers, managers and even fans are now being told to be submissive and emotionless. The lack of empathy with Chelsea fans regarding Di Matteo and Benitez is further testament to this.

- Wayne Rooney - banned for swearing after scoring a goal


- Ashley Williams - publicly vilified for kicking a ball at Robin Van Persie's head (whilst the ball was in a dangerous area in his own 12 yard box), which he later apologised for and claimed was unintentional.

- John Brooks - dropped for a tongue in cheek conversation with the Man City players, telling them to thank their own fans.
Most journalists have never played football or any sport at any level so their public condemnation of Hazard and sensationalism shouldn't surprise anyone, it doesn't surprise me at all fellow professionals like Michael Owen and Gareth Bale have leapt to the defence of Hazard, they understand football and understand the concept of emotions running high in football stadia, football is more than just a mundane sport to them.
I'll finish with some food for thought, who is the real victim?
Is it the tactless 17 year old ballboy who boasted of time-wasting before the game and milked as much attention as he could from a minor incident and drives around in an Audi OR is it 22 year old Eden Hazard, who in the heat of the moment whilst provoked may or may not have kicked the ballboy whilst trying to retrieve the ball and is no undergoing a character assassination from the press? One can seemingly do as he pleases and is under no pressure, the other has been in the country not much longer than 6 months and left all he knows and is expected to deliver for one of the biggest football clubs in the country. Wayne Rooney and the Manchester United Football Club were real victims of the PC witch-hunt, not armchair Sky viewers, Ashley Williams was the real victim of the ball incident in Swansea, not Robin Van Persie and John Brooks was the real victim at the Emirates, not Sky or the FA's brand image. The victim culture that exists amongst human beings and is transmitted via football succinctly epitomises everything that is wrong with not just football, but modern society, the need to try and condemn people of being guilty for something when they aren't. The need to create a (moral) crime that doesn't actually exist
Hit's the nail on the head with a lot of the points.
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I'm sure Roman won't accept a ban for Hazard. It's clear on this video(http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=pS97DRBj2zg#t=28s) that Eden touched the ball. No violence at all just "come on give me the ball... ? No you don't want, ok i'll take it"

I won't blame him and i give him my full support. I'm surprised that some of our fans are acting like pussies "he kicked the boy" just wake up damn

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I'm guessing the Mail used this image to make it look like he kicked him in the head to. Instead there is a guy in the stand behind laughing, which completely goes against the 'serious' incident they are trying to show.

Article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2267276/Eden-Hazard-kicks-ballboy-ribs-refuses-return-ball-cup-semi-final.html

Probably the worst I've ever read.

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I'm guessing the Mail used this image to make it look like he kicked him in the head to. Instead there is a guy in the stand behind laughing, which completely goes against the 'serious' incident they are trying to show.

Article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2267276/Eden-Hazard-kicks-ballboy-ribs-refuses-return-ball-cup-semi-final.html

Probably the worst I've ever read.

A new low for the Fail. Disgusted, as usual, with them, but also the Swansea players describing what was done to this "little boy." FFS, he's 17 fucking years old. They make it sound like he's in nursery school.

P.S. I like how the Fail cropped out the can of Strongbow he's holding in the picture of him.

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I'm guessing the Mail used this image to make it look like he kicked him in the head to. Instead there is a guy in the stand behind laughing, which completely goes against the 'serious' incident they are trying to show.

Article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2267276/Eden-Hazard-kicks-ballboy-ribs-refuses-return-ball-cup-semi-final.html

Probably the worst I've ever read.

The funniest thing is the title.... "170000 a week Hazard"....as if the 170000 is supposed to make a difference...tabloid shit.

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A new low for the Fail. Disgusted, as usual, with them, but also the Swansea players describing what was done to this "little boy." FFS, he's 17 fucking years old. They make it sound like he's in nursery school.

P.S. I like how the Fail cropped out the can of Strongbow he's holding in the picture of him.

Lol, I feel like I hear this everyday, but it's true. They consistently top the utter shit they spew day in an day out.

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Can't imagine him beeing ban for this...

He is automatically on a 3 match ban, he will defitnely get at least one more game.

Mikel received a 4 match ban and Terry 8. I am placing his kick in between the two, so around 5-6.

Not getting in the matter of right or wrong (people cant seem to understand that, maybe lack of intelligence). Just analysing the facts, the proportion it got and taking into consideration we are CFC....

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