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Save Nabil's Western Bulldogs enthusiasm

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So guys this is where we are at 4/7/17. Bill has now been told that he is no longer allowed to distribute Chocolate and chips to kids at the football. He has been told that it is OH&s and dangerous to be roaming around the bays we all sit at. To add to this we are not allowed to have banners either. So none of this comes out of the clubs pockets it is all paid for by Billy himself. You are a joke WBFC. So what's next? no Drum, no chockies, no banners, lets ban the jumper most ...of us are wearing. This my friends is a joke (well no it is not), So be warned everyone, we now have 46000 members, us loyal, passionate, always there, extra paying members can only come to the football and sit on your seats, do nothing but clap, but please don't clap too loudly as that may be banned as well.

My mate Bill is a fucking top bloke, the most passionate guy I know at the football. He makes it fun for everyone and does it respectfully. Not to interrupt the game, not to piss anyone off, but for the sake of our team and fellow members. No doubt the club will turn around and say it is Etihad's decision but at the end of the day the WBFC pay to have their game on this ground and we are directly responsible for everything that happens. You're a joke WBFC like your football this year a joke. I for one guarantee you that should this ban come to fruition, you can cancel my "bulldog for life" membership and the other 4 memberships I have and I will join the AFL or medallion club and you wont get one cent of my money. Are no longer allowed inside the ground or on level 2 because it does not create a good look. GO AND GET STUFFED I say.

If you think Bill is the most passionate supporter and you would like to keep him, his banners, his chocolates and his drums on Level 2 please sign this petition

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