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Browns Fans Angry About Randy's Villa Obsession

Browns Fans Angry About Randy's Villa Obsession


dannyvellow pointed out this article on Randy Lerner's 'uneasy' relationship at present with the Browns fans: Click Here

Danny said: 'One of the interesting things in the article to me is that the Browns fans want Randy more to the fore front, when we are happy when he keeps a low profile. I guess we might be screaming for him if we had lost 7 out of the first 8. Anyway I hope the Browns fortunes pick up.'

The article from the Press Association has news on a planned protests. Randall, who's also known as 'Dawg Pound Mike,' plans to present Lerner with over 2,000 e-mails he has received from fans since announcing the 'walk-in' protest. Randall said he hopes to persuade the ultra-private Lerner to speak directly to Cleveland's disappointed fan base.

(The Dawg Pound is an area at the Browns stadium where the more vocal fans congregate)

The article also says some fans view Lerner buying Aston Villa as a sign he 'doesn't care about the Browns'

For the full article: Click Here

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Tuesday November 3 2009
Time: 10:15AM

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Fear, Thanks for filling in the gaps I am at work overseas and din't have a lot of time.
dannyvellow
03/11/2009 10:50:00
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Fear, Thanks for filling in the gaps I am at work overseas and din't have a lot of time.
dannyvellow
03/11/2009 10:50:00
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I'm with Lerner. They're quite obviously losers and can't spell the word "dog", both of these offences are unforgivable. I too would ignore the Browns and watch the Villa. As a matter of fact I DO ignore the Browns and watch the Villa.
Hercs
03/11/2009 11:38:00
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I'm with Lerner. They're quite obviously losers and can't spell the word "dog", both of these offences are unforgivable. I too would ignore the Browns and watch the Villa. As a matter of fact I DO ignore the Browns and watch the Villa.
Hercs
03/11/2009 11:38:00
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Difficult one for Randy, the Browns are his "legacy" side and Im sure he supports them fully,unfortunately, we cant win every time and I dont have enough knowledge about American Football to comment on his tenure, what do VB and SB think?
trekker
03/11/2009 12:00:00
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Difficult one for Randy, the Browns are his "legacy" side and Im sure he supports them fully,unfortunately, we cant win every time and I dont have enough knowledge about American Football to comment on his tenure, what do VB and SB think?
trekker
03/11/2009 12:00:00
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I tried to be a Browns fan when Randy took over but American football is such a crap game i found impossible ..
Doug4ever
03/11/2009 12:03:00
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I tried to be a Browns fan when Randy took over but American football is such a crap game i found impossible ..
Doug4ever
03/11/2009 12:03:00
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Herc, I almost wish I had not suggested the article now. Whatever we think of American “Football”, The Browns are the nearest sporting team we have to a sister club (ok the Aston Villa ladies accepted………..& maybe Lincoln city)! I just thought the article was interesting and had a strong connection to Villa. The Browns fans want to “talk” to Randy and they acknowledge that he “cares”. I am sure Randy will do the right thing for both of his sporting interests either side of the pond. We know he does for us. Personally I wish the Browns the best and will take an interest in their future, even if they do wear helmets and tights
dannyvellow
03/11/2009 12:10:00
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Herc, I almost wish I had not suggested the article now. Whatever we think of American “Football”, The Browns are the nearest sporting team we have to a sister club (ok the Aston Villa ladies accepted………..& maybe Lincoln city)! I just thought the article was interesting and had a strong connection to Villa. The Browns fans want to “talk” to Randy and they acknowledge that he “cares”. I am sure Randy will do the right thing for both of his sporting interests either side of the pond. We know he does for us. Personally I wish the Browns the best and will take an interest in their future, even if they do wear helmets and tights
dannyvellow
03/11/2009 12:10:00
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