Discussion in 'Molineux Mix' started by RosehillWolf, Jan 22, 2019.
That would be what is called "doxxing" and can be illegal depending on circumstances.
But they've done nothing wrong. What could possibly be illegal about naming people that haven't broken the law?
So it's not naming and shaming, it's referring a model citizen. "Bob of Shirley high street and Brian of Mount Pleasant street have been declared model citizens for having not broken the law at St Mary's stadium this week"
I don't see the problem.
Its releasing someones private information to the public. In a lot of cases it's illegal.
If such information is available in the public domain it's not technically illegal though.
Still think this is all a bit much over some guys being assholes. The club does have the right to ban them, even if I think it's a bit heavy handed. It should be left at that IMO.
My objection earlier in the thread was in regards to government (or police) involvement.
Not sure if it has been mentioned on here - but what a young chap Kylian Mbappe is - donating €30,000 last week for Sala's search and then an additional €30,000 over the weekend for the pilot's search.
Okay - i know its only 20% of his weekly €300,000 wage - but fair play to him. The incident must have touched him to donate such amounts.
Well regardless of what he earns its a marvellous gesture and he didn't have to donate anything. Especially good as its for the pilot rather than because its a fellow player.
Well done lad
Nice that a highly paid footballer actually gives a **** about something - well done kylian
Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock calls off club's Tenerife trip
Neil Warnock has abandoned plans to take his Cardiff City squad for a four-day break to Tenerife.
Cardiff do not play again until they host Watford until 22 February.
But Warnock believes his players will benefit from time with their families following the death of the club's record signing Emiliano Sala.
"After what's happened, I'd rather cuddle my kids and see my missus because it's been a long two weeks," he said.
I can't stand the bloke, but credit where credit's due, he has handled this situation really well over the last few weeks.
Following on from the above post. Neil Warnock is attending the funeral tomorrow in Argentina. I really hope he keeps Cardiff up.
I agree with the two posters above. Mr. Warnock really has been a credit to his club, his family and the wider football world following such a terrible tragedy.
I also hope that Cardiff City stay up.
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