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10 minutes ago, Granny Danger said:

I think a definition of “anti-social” is required here.

Definition from a report:

Anti-social behaviour in a non-housing related context is that the conduct concerned has 
caused, or is likely to cause, harassment, alarm, or distress to any person. This will apply, 
for example, where the anti-social behaviour has occurred in a public place, such as a 
town or city centre, shopping mall, or local park, and where the behaviour does not affect 
the housing management functions of a social landlord or people in their homes..... 

Legislation :


2Meaning of “anti-social behaviour”

(1)In this Part “anti-social behaviour” means—

(a)conduct that has caused, or is likely to cause, harassment, alarm or distress to any person,

(b)conduct capable of causing nuisance or annoyance to a person in relation to that person’s occupation of residential premises, or

(c)conduct capable of causing housing-related nuisance or annoyance to any person.

Some clarification

housing-related and non-housing related situations. This includes vandalism, public 
drunkenness, aggressive begging, irresponsible dog ownership, noisy or abusive behaviour 
towards neighbours, or bullying. Injunctions should not be used to stop reasonable, trivial or 
benign behaviour that has not caused, or is not likely to cause, anti-social behaviour to victims 
or communities, and potential applicants are encouraged to make reasonable and 
proportionate judgements about the appropriateness of the proposed response before making 
an application for an injunction.


Reading between the lines it's a warning to the away fans about aggressive begging. 

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There’s something about Dundee United - I’m not sure I trust us not to have our pants pulled down by them yet again this evening.

As good a home record as we have, just about every match has had a spell where the game could have gone the other way, and still not sure if we will handle adversity better at home than these arse collapses in away games.

Need better from the likes of McCrorie, who has been really off it.

Yinitit on the face of it seem too good to be where they are in the league, but there must a reason they are bottom and hopefully we can exploit it better than that sorry effort at Tannadice.

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13 minutes ago, Mark Connolly said:

If Aberdeen score first, they will win.

This is it in a nutshell. We've only taken one point all season from games in which the opposition have scored first. If we fall behind the loser mentality in this team kicks in big time.

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