Everyone Anyone - Tonight's Game

Luca Stroppi

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See with Fare reporting to Uefa - do they need evidence or is their word enough?

If its just their word then they should be no where near our stadium tonight!
They should be identified and hung over the edge of the club deck by their feet!
 

buffalosoldier

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See with Fare reporting to Uefa - do they need evidence or is their word enough?

If its just their word then they should be no where near our stadium tonight!
They need evidence. That's why UB were shafted in the Legia game - the FARE video evidence showed the offending chants beginning in BF1
 

GovanFront4

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Yes, we have and will, get reminders before every single match in Europe. As we have seen, some still haven't got the message but, nevertheless, it still has to be 'pushed' - if nothing else it shows that the Club are trying to eradicate this nonsense. Sing songs about Rangers, its not a difficult concept. Celebrate the PUL stuff away from the ground.
Not disputing that mate.

I do think though that in a whole statement put out to the fans about behaviour, it could have covered the fact that the ones judging us have been shown to be the bigoted hypocrites they are. I just worry that we will put out a few words about FARE, say we are challening it, then nothing will happen. Seen this all before.
 

GovanFront4

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Yes, I think they do enough.

Tell me what you think they should do.
I think they could start by defending the club and taking to task the politicians using their political influence to hinder the clubs progress.

I think they could have done more to defend the supporters and players assaulted by Hibs fans in the cup final.

I think more could have been done to stop the blatant lies from all types of media.

Genuinely can't see why you think the club have done everything they can.
 

GovanFront4

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They need evidence. That's why UB were shafted in the Legia game - the FARE video evidence showed the offending chants beginning in BF1

Do you know if this evidence is released to the club? Could be a good way of knowing exactly what we were reported for. The fact there is no definitive list means they can pick and chose.
 

Valley Bluenose

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Not disputing that mate.

I do think though that in a whole statement put out to the fans about behaviour, it could have covered the fact that the ones judging us have been shown to be the bigoted hypocrites they are. I just worry that we will put out a few words about FARE, say we are challening it, then nothing will happen. Seen this all before.
I recognise, as do the vast majority of our fans, that FARE are, in effect 'out to get us'. I doubt anyone would dispute that. Sadly though, as with many other things, until we rid ourselves of the add-ons and the 'illicit chanting' it is all too easy for our enemies to point to that and say 'but here's what you did'. We can complain of unfair treatment but, so long as the charges have at least some foundation, the Club is not in the best position to argue the case.
 

GovanFront4

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I recognise, as do the vast majority of our fans, that FARE are, in effect 'out to get us'. I doubt anyone would dispute that. Sadly though, as with many other things, until we rid ourselves of the add-ons and the 'illicit chanting' it is all too easy for our enemies to point to that and say 'but here's what you did'. We can complain of unfair treatment but, so long as the charges have at least some foundation, the Club is not in the best position to argue the case.
Whether we are charged or not, we should absolutely be allowed to call out hypocrisy.
 

Moses McNeil

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In a time where Rangers fans have been on the receiving end of a tweet from those suppose to be judging us tonight and have punished us in the past, I expect more than a couple of lines surrounded by telling our fans how to behave.

Are we going to have a reminder before every single UEFA match? If you haven't got the message by now then you never will.

Just because they have contacted both organisations doesn't mean they can't provide the fans with more information.
You didn’t answer my question.
You say Rangers haven’t said enough so what do you think should have been said?

Unfortunately there is an element of our support who do need reminded.

Given that Rangers, I feel, are going about this the right way by going through official channels I don’t think there is much they can add other than they are in contact with both UEFA and FARE. What information are you looking for?
 
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GovanFront4

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You didn’t answer my question.
You say Rangers haven’t said enough so what do you think should have been said?

Unfortunately there is an element of our support who do need reminded.

Given that Rangers, I feel, are going about this the right way by going through official channels I don’t think there is much they can add other than they are in contact with both UEFA and FARE. What information are you look
I think they should have went down the lines of:

"While all Rangers fans must remember they are representing the club and no discriminatory behaviour will be tolerated, we must take this opportunity to highlight the hypocrisy of the FARE organisation" Then they could go on with a proper statement of how they are going to challenge FARE.
 

Wilkinsvolley

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This is one reason why the union bears should be in a better position in the ground than they are
There song choice is bang on
They know what’s at risk and could drown out the smashed euro neds that will sing the add ons and bastardise songs like FF.
Their section was specifically highlighted when we got a partial closure before. They’re not really in a position to demand things because they’re better than anybody else.
 

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