About sums it up for a Leicester supporter and I agree entirely.Mr Clark. Whether or not he is dim, brilliant or gives his mother flowers or even plays for Saints. Said it before, I'll say it again, his prior actions strike me as malicious. Bad temper/youth/dimness etc I can forgive, malice I cannot and will not.
People react badly and make mistakes and obviously each situation is often played up or down by the level of impact it has on the victim, sheer luck often determines the level of punishment.
That particular incident was of a level that few people can comprehend.
It was a long time ago but the impact on a tigers favourite who appeared to be entering his playing prime was huge and it is entirely understandable that people are still angry about it and become even more angry when it is dismissed by others and compared to totally different incidents.
I never condone violence as the outcome could potentially be so damaging and these are big men but to compare incidents to excuse one act of violence because another different one happened and quote the amount of cards given out recently is pathetic.