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We, the fans, said from day 1 of the ban that Chang would cancel the sponsorship. The first game they had 5 or 6 stalls selling both beer and water, after that they had none. They sponsor us to make money from the game.
Posted by phuket madness on April 9, 2014 10:21
Not very smart, phuket madness. In revealing that information, you will probably cause officials from the administrative organisation to be at the next game, which could lead to the drinkers and Phuket FC being fined.
Shhss don't tell anyone. In Patong there are prostitutes, illegal drugs, late night drinking and gambling. Pirate videos, trainers, dildo's, porn films. In fact it's the same everywhere in Thailand. Keep it under your hat or we're all screwed. Get real ED. Typical Thai, avoid the real issues with ill conceived persecution.
Posted by gee on April 9, 2014 11:28
Laughable as usual, gee. Your ability to guess at people's nationality from what they type is remarkable . . . and unremarkably wrong.
My point is the maladaptive coping mechanism, avoidance inherent in Thai culture. Thailand has a history of 'shooting itself in the foot.' Self sabotage. There's no reason to ban alcohol at Surikul, no recorded violence, no arrests. Same with Songkran, people die on the roads because of inept law enforcement. Thai solution, ban alcohol.
Posted by gee on April 9, 2014 11:54
You'd have to be kidding. Drinking at sports events is a global issue, not one specific to Thais or Thailand. Most sporting organisations this century have imposed very strict controls and the result has been that women and children can now go to venues that were once the domain of hooligans. Need a drink, gee? Can't go to a two-hour sporting event without one? I'd say those who can't have a problem. Bigotry, though, is much more difficult to regulate.
My point exactly, avoidance. Well done.
Posted by gee on April 9, 2014 12:13
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