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Date Posted: Tuesday, March 12, 04:20:14pm
Author: Ji
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Subject: Grealish Attack

Vinnie Jones raised the point that home clubs should have security, instead of students and older people (how he put it). He himself was once confronted by a supporter with an iron bar on the pitch he said, before there was a stand off and the fan thought better of it (according to Vinnie). Surely it should be up to each club to provide security for their own players though? So, in this case Aston Villa should be providing security for Grealish at all games. I mean, celebrities worldwide have teams that protect them. Different celebrities require more security. Look at Kim Kardashian's (mostly to stop her getting groped by people who think she was asking for it). I remember seeing Mike Tyson ribbing Floyd Mayweather for his security entourage. I don't think Tyson could do without just because he weighed twice as much; mayweather's character was always going to provoke stronger opposing views (by people who think he is asking for trouble). Players are always going to be at risk to a random attack, but pantomime villains should be accounted for by the clubs that they play for. That's not saying Birmingham shouldn't be punished too, with their history; they are top of the league for disorder right? They should also have more security against their own fans to prevent themselves from receiving penalties. It would be up to both clubs to place security where they think it's needed the most around the pitch.

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