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Len Ganley Stance
16-08-2007, 17:08
Nice to see that the Russian Football Federation are not only going to give their team a 'good, competitive, workout' before the forthcoming games against England. They have also decided to give the hooligan element in their support an equally rigorous workout.

Next Wednesday, Russia play Poland in a 'Friendly' - if that's not an oxymoron, I don't know what is.

I do appreciate that not all football supporters are idiots but both of these teams have a fairly sizeable collection of hooligans in their ranks and neither usually need much of an excuse for a bit of fisticuffs.

The game should perhaps be billed as "Clash of the Neanderthals".

Judge
17-08-2007, 01:05
True it might kick off between Russia and England,but it wil be a few russian fans looking for trouble.Tickets for the Russia England game go on sale ,1st week of september.

Len Ganley Stance
17-08-2007, 06:53
True it might kick off between Russia and England,but it wil be a few russian fans looking for trouble.Tickets for the Russia England game go on sale ,1st week of september.

Judge,

The Russian footie hooligans consider the English to be the 'Top Boys' when it comes to hooligianism. They will do anything they can when England are here to try and provoke the English supporters and with it being potentially a make-or-break game they may get some response.

When Ireland played here in 2002 there was bother - mainly small groups of Irish supporters being attacked. When Wales played here in a Euro 2004 playoff, a mob of about 400 attacked the Rossiya Hotel. That same tactic was used when Chelsea played here a couple of years ago when a mob of 500 attacked the Ukraine Hotel.

Judge
17-08-2007, 12:46
i stand corrected then, 500 odd fans isn't a few trouble makers.

There will be loads of cops on duty,lets hope they control things.Russian fans have a lot of respect for english football,this might be a plus,but you are right,in saying that the russians think that the english are the top boys.

My russian mate is going to get me tickets,i'll get my ticket for the russian end, i don't fancy waiting behind for an hour when the game is finished, in the England end,the England fans will be escorted straight onto their coaches and fans who don't have a coach to go on will be left holding their balls on the metro.

Clean32
17-08-2007, 14:54
LOL i was at the Ukraine Hotel, that was fun. not to much happend, i remember the cops standing around doing sweet FA. the lifts were shut down thanks to funature stuffed in there doors. A few of the natives decided to come up the stairs. i remember 1 pommy lad cracking head after head with a vodca bottel on the stairs, He was a big fat mother LOL
i also remember the handing in of the guns that some of the local millita had Misplaced. funny thing though, some one must have said stop becouse thay all disapeard in like 2 seconds flat. a real anti climax LOL





Judge,

The Russian footie hooligans consider the English to be the 'Top Boys' when it comes to hooligianism. They will do anything they can when England are here to try and provoke the English supporters and with it being potentially a make-or-break game they may get some response.

When Ireland played here in 2002 there was bother - mainly small groups of Irish supporters being attacked. When Wales played here in a Euro 2004 playoff, a mob of about 400 attacked the Rossiya Hotel. That same tactic was used when Chelsea played here a couple of years ago when a mob of 500 attacked the Ukraine Hotel.

Clean32
17-08-2007, 15:02
I should add to that, im not a football fan at all, Hate the poofy Game. Non of this round ball stuff for me or mini me. the inlaws want minime to do boxing LOL i have always said rugby, the inlaws finaly get to see shorts of the all blacks on russian TV. instantly the phone rings, its to dangerous he will get hirt etc etc . wimps. so i said ok no rugby maybe it would be better if he became a russian hooligan. LOL end of topic

Len Ganley Stance
17-08-2007, 15:29
I should add to that, im not a football fan at all, Hate the poofy Game. Non of this round ball stuff for me or mini me. the inlaws want minime to do boxing LOL i have always said rugby, the inlaws finaly get to see shorts of the all blacks on russian TV. instantly the phone rings, its to dangerous he will get hirt etc etc . wimps. so i said ok no rugby maybe it would be better if he became a russian hooligan. LOL end of topic

Clean32,

As you claim to be from New Zealand, I can understand why you would prefer rugby over football. It's because you Kiwis are sh*t at football.

You concentrate on the rugby and we'll concentrate on the biggest sport in the world - football.

Judge
17-08-2007, 15:38
I should add to that, im not a football fan at all, Hate the poofy Game. Non of this round ball stuff for me or mini me. the inlaws want minime to do boxing LOL i have always said rugby, the inlaws finaly get to see shorts of the all blacks on russian TV. instantly the phone rings, its to dangerous he will get hirt etc etc . wimps. so i said ok no rugby maybe it would be better if he became a russian hooligan. LOL end of topic

Like it or not Clean,your kid will play football,either at school or in a park with mates when he's older.Football is the main sport here,rugby on the other is less known.

Clean32
18-08-2007, 22:47
Like it or not Clean,your kid will play football,either at school or in a park with mates when he's older.Football is the main sport here,rugby on the other is less known.


I know but just could not resist the temptation for the poofy comment. as long as he is playing a sport ( team) thats ok, and not sitting in frount of the box. or hanging out with a beer bottel in his hand.

Judge
19-08-2007, 23:44
I know but just could not resist the temptation for the poofy comment. as long as he is playing a sport ( team) thats ok, and not sitting in frount of the box. or hanging out with a beer bottel in his hand.

Poofy comment, i like that...Clean, you ever tried playing football??if not,maybe you should try,so you can kick a ball with your kid.If i was you, the first ball he should have in his hand,should be a rugby ball..

Clean32
20-08-2007, 00:01
LOL to be honest I have never played the game. In my day at school, No one played soccer, it just wasn’t done. Anyone who played soccer was a poofter. That was the attitude of the day. But i remember the all whites making some finals ?? In the 80s I think, and then soccer clubs started popping up all over the place. I remember my Boss at the time, some one making a comment about his son playing soccer at school and being a bit soft!
I remember his reply. My son will play all the teams games this season, how many will your son miss. That was in reference to you were lucky to get to play 10-12 out of 18 games a season due to being an invalid. Having just returned to work that week myself after being off with a busted shoulder ( from a game) I took on his point and kept my mouth shut. I actually never played club after that, way to much time off work. Then I think I would have been to big for soccer at over 6 foot and 110 Kg +. But minime is a weed so I hope he stays that way. Funny never thought about it until the kick the ball around with minime comment. Good point. now thinking LOL

Judge
20-08-2007, 00:11
The culture of NZ is rugby and footy probably comes a distant second,your son should be tuaght some of his father's culture of being able to knock men over with one hand ,and to be able to do a diving tackle around someones head.You ever thought of starting some rugby school where you live,maybe when your son is a bit older.Liek you say ,kids are best playing a sport instead of playing computer games or drinking beer.

The came called Aussie rules, is that just a aussie game,do you play this game in NZ(zealand rules),It's like a bunch of guys in hot pants to me.

By the way, i have no pics from my fishing trip, i caught nothing,not one bite and no fish jumping around.