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Jeonbuk Motors fan banned for 10 years for mocking Japan quake

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Pardon the french, but what a (word that starts with 'd')

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Controversy aside - how bad must this Cerezo Osaka mob be? 6-1? I feel sorry for the Korean players that this nutcase fan takes the gloss off a crushing triumph over the soccer duds from Osaka!

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Jeonbuk says the fan called his behavior “senseless” and says he made the banner in anger over Jeonbuk Motors’ earlier loss to the Japanese club.

Such an important reason... <_<

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Korea will be hosting the winter olympics. I suppose they are sensitive to any accusations of unruly fan behavior, and taken in that light, the response makes a lot of sense.

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There you go! That's more done in terms of action towards a fan acting inappropriately than I've ever seen, and I hope this sends a message and helps clean things up a bit. True, it's hard to take action when you've got heaps of fans chanting some slurs or what have you -- but if you can catch some bad apples, toss them out.

Virtuoso: " I suppose they are sensitive to any accusations of unruly fan behavior, and taken in that light, the response makes a lot of sense."

Hopefully it's more than that.

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The guy apologized and he's still banned from the stadium for 10 years?

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Yes I am Korean but this crazy man whether he is Korean or non-Korean shouldn't have put on such an offensive placard. I am concerned that this year has been remarkably a rough period for Korea-Japan friendship.Please don't forget that there are also good Koreans and Japanese alike who want their bilateral friendships to blossom too.

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ok case resolved, let's move on.

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What's there to celebrate, you piece of ****. How could he not be Korean if he's crazy? He should be banned for life! Send this bastard to Fukushima and make him apologize. He's Korean all right.

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