Your views: Should Kevin Spencer have been banned from Bristol Rovers' stadium?
FORMER director Kevin Spencer has urged Bristol Rovers supporters not to protest against the Memorial Stadium ban he was served with on Saturday. You can read the full story here.
ThisisBristol asked readers what they thought - were Rovers right to ban him?
Jceegas said: "The circus comes to mind...........to many clowns running the club, we are the laughing stock...our club is in tatters.......mr spencer knows it and they dont like it..........broken promises come to mind.......no-one else is coming forward to take the chair so it looks like the circus will carry on regardless.....we need harmony.”
Dinsedale wrote: “Nobody should be banned from a football ground unless they are breaking the law. The board have consistently tried to prevent any criticism of the club through banning people. Its simply pathetic. Kevin has done a huge amount for this club and deserves to watch his beloved club.”
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BlueFace said: “There is no way Kevin Spencer should of been banned. This particular sad episode (starring the Board!) tells us more about the insecure,egotistical spiteful nature of Messrs Higgs,Bradshaw,Dunford. They think themselves so God like they can ban a fellow Rovers supporter because he had the 'nerve' to offer ideas to improve the club. This is what we are talking about! A Gashead has been banned for having ideas to help the Rovers!”
Oldfrank wrote: “My views on the board are well known but I would support them for banning anyone who broke the law or contravened ground regulations or even brought shame on the club in some way. But as far as I understand it Mr Spencer has done none of these things and has merely criticised the board in a polite and constructive way.”