This is George Best related, but has nothing to do with him per se. Just listening to the radio this morning and they were debating whether its good to applaud for the minute whan someone is respected. My feeling is that it is a good thing. My point however is with the Liverpool and Leeds fans (a minority) who jeered and chanted during what was supposed to be a respectful minutes reflection. I have posted on other threads that I considered GB to be a waste of rations, but that is not the point. The point is that the fans of both these clubs, especially Liverpool have been touched by death in the not too distant past. How would they have liked it if people had not shown the correct respect for Hillsborough (and Heysel) The Leeds fans were the first to wring their hand when 2 of their fans were stabbed to death in Istanbul. As I stated, and so have many of you's out there in cyberspace, that we had no time for GB, but how many of you would not be quiet during a minutes silence for him (or anyone for that point) I would have expected more from Liverpool fans, but in all honesty the Leeds fans run true to form.