Has to be asked - should we feel sympathy for Jose Antonio Reyes  

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Admin Martin
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06/06/2019 10:46 am  

I know he was an invincible but even so, his actions killed people including himself, he was driving at horrendous speeds and even at that time of night he could have wiped out a family in another car.

I have no time for dangerous drivers and while it is sad for his family I cannot feel sympathy for him personally, not after I have learned the speed he was driving at.

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tommogun58
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06/06/2019 12:24 pm  

Sadly  I must agree, and his family now have to deal with that,but I prefer to remember his time at Arsenal and how he made an immediate impact before he lost his way a bit,he always played with a smile on his face and I remember my mrs always called him pretty boy.


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JacketyJack
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06/06/2019 1:31 pm  

Yeah, no sympathy here either but will remember him as a classy player but he did wrong, very wrong and that cannot be wiped away.


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Bakugan
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06/06/2019 1:33 pm  

Yup I agree with the sentiments on here.

He killed someone, his cousin I think and there are people suffering terribly for what has done.


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