Expect a UEFA fine today (Feynoord game)

Mondraker

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My old man was at the game last night. The only dodgy singing he heard was Super Rangers.
Not dodgy to him,he was in full voice & is hoarse today:D:))but the easily offended & bedwetters amongst us are obviously upset:rolleyes:
Ffs, into the last 16 & folk are greeting about a song. Seems some are even greeting about songs that weren't even sung:rolleyes:
Think you've missed the point.

UEFA are the bed wetters. This means fines, stand closures and stadium closures.

Tell your dad not to cry when we get punished.
 

Gogso

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My old man was at the game last night. The only dodgy singing he heard was Super Rangers.
Not dodgy to him,he was in full voice & is hoarse today:D:))but the easily offended & bedwetters amongst us are obviously upset:rolleyes:
Ffs, into the last 16 & folk are greeting about a song. Seems some are even greeting about songs that weren't even sung:rolleyes:
The apple does not to appear to have fallen far from the tree.
 

Gheorghe_Hagi

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Folk moaning about it in last nights match thread :rolleyes: Then someone started a thread about how much last nights win was worth to us financially but that ended up about the singing as well as we'll lose money due to stand closure :rolleyes:

As I said last night, there could be zero reports of any singing from FARE, the Refs match report or any affiliated delegates but not to worry - we have so called supporters who'll do their job for them

Fucking poor wee snowflakes.
It's not about being a sn*wflake ffs. We know these chants will get us in trouble and people keep singing them. We've every right to be concerned as we're on our last warning from UEFA as far as singing goes.
 

The Golden God

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Folk moaning about it in last nights match thread :rolleyes: Then someone started a thread about how much last nights win was worth to us financially but that ended up about the singing as well as we'll lose money due to stand closure :rolleyes:

As I said last night, there could be zero reports of any singing from FARE, the Refs match report or any affiliated delegates but not to worry - we have so called supporters who'll do their job for them

Fucking poor wee snowflakes.
Let's be honest here, FARE have reported us every time we've played in Europe. The chances are they have reported us again yesterday.

It will now be up to the match delegate and his report and if he mentions the word that everyone knows gets us into trouble and if he takes the advice from FARE.
 

PalefaceRedskin

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Why are folk talking about singing that allegedly happened last night on a thread about a potential fines arising from the Feyenoord game?
 

EndOfDays

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My old man was at the game last night. The only dodgy singing he heard was Super Rangers.
Not dodgy to him,he was in full voice & is hoarse today:D:))but the easily offended & bedwetters amongst us are obviously upset:rolleyes:
Ffs, into the last 16 & folk are greeting about a song. Seems some are even greeting about songs that weren't even sung:rolleyes:
Anyone identified as singing that song last night should be removed from the travel club, selfish and shameful and need weeded out for good.
 

Porto Loyal

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Stairways blocked - Art. 38 of the UEFA Safety and Security Regulations


Who or what are blocking stairways on a regular basis?
Do UEFA officials wonder through the stadiums during the games to check for blockages?

It's the stairways between the seating, rather than inside the stands. It's the supporters who stand/jump in the passageways that block them
 

Govan_derry

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Official Ticketer
Stairways blocked - Art. 38 of the UEFA Safety and Security Regulations


Who or what are blocking stairways on a regular basis?
Do UEFA officials wonder through the stadiums during the games to check for blockages?
I was in feyenoord and there wasn’t a steward in sight. I’m not sure if we are supposed to provide our own stewards for fans or it’s feyenoord a issue but the whole section was rammed.
Mainly due to the first few rows being empty as flags had been put up on the netting meaning u couldn’t see the game if you were in the first few rows so everyone moved back
 

Renfrew@UKGB&NI

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I would be delighted to speak to our catholic hosts about the singing of the unfortunate songs last night.

It was no slight against these fine people, merely a protest about the Vatican's handling of world wide child abuse.

If any of you in portugal were offended, my humblest apologies.
 

Tannhauser

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If you are talking about last night, I didn't hear one FTP inside the ground - by and large since Legia away the travelling Euro support has been exemplary inside the ground(I have only missed Feyenoord away so first hand)
I think alot of the problems are people assuming they know what fans are singing, or just thinking oh it must be sectarian.

Inside a football ground, my own preference is no religious songs at all, no mention of the pope, the vatican, or anything else, we do as a support have a bit to go in that regard (it doesn't help when certain songs like the Cardoso or the Halliday songs are made up) but by and large the rank and file regular attendees have toed the line, alot of the issues arise with your day trippers who won't go to another game for 12 months.


as for the win us some friends :D:D , oh Love me love me, away and fling pish at the moon with that utter nonsense.
An oasis of sense in a sea of shite.
 

ANDYBRFC

Active Member
Stairways blocked - Art. 38 of the UEFA Safety and Security Regulations


Who or what are blocking stairways on a regular basis?
Do UEFA officials wonder through the stadiums during the games to check for blockages?
It was probably our end. It was dangerous, if we had scored in the first half and the place erupted there was a chance of a serious injury.
 

BL11

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My old man was at the game last night. The only dodgy singing he heard was Super Rangers.
Not dodgy to him,he was in full voice & is hoarse today:D:))but the easily offended & bedwetters amongst us are obviously upset:rolleyes:
Ffs, into the last 16 & folk are greeting about a song. Seems some are even greeting about songs that weren't even sung:rolleyes:
I don't know how to spell this out to you or your dad but I'll give it a go.

Rangers have already been sanctioned, twice, for illicit singing.
UEFA were clear that next step is a stadium closure or thrown out the competition.

Your father needs to realise this before he behaves like a naughty boy again.

I hope he's found and perma-banned from Ibrox.
 

BSPECIAL

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Let's be honest here, FARE have reported us every time we've played in Europe. The chances are they have reported us again yesterday.

It will now be up to the match delegate and his report and if he mentions the word that everyone knows gets us into trouble and if he takes the advice from FARE.
They will have and just in case I'm sure the intrepid scum of scotshit journalism will be on the blower to their uefa contacts,probably celtc connections, to confirm. The only way to stop these charges is for fans to see sense and just stop this nonsense. Is it really too difficult to just sing songs without add ons and slogans everyone know are banned,whether offensive to some or not.Get a grip.It's Rangers,our club and our fans who suffer the consequences for stubborn,idiot behaviour by the fans who persist in this shite.
We have plenty of Rangers songs.Just sing them loud and proud.
 

williewoodburn

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They will have and just in case I'm sure the intrepid scum of scotshit journalism will be on the blower to their uefa contacts,probably celtc connections, to confirm. The only way to stop these charges is for fans to see sense and just stop this nonsense. Is it really too difficult to just sing songs without add ons and slogans everyone know are banned,whether offensive to some or not.Get a grip.It's Rangers,our club and our fans who suffer the consequences for stubborn,idiot behaviour by the fans who persist in this shite.
We have plenty of Rangers songs.Just sing them loud and proud.
Good post. Surely in this day and age people are used enough to travelling abroad not to treat it as a novelty and an opportunity to behave like naughty schoolboys. Every word sung is transmitted back home to living rooms and pubs, around the globe.
"I never heard anything bad" just doesnt cut it. There are millions of witnesses FFS.
 

Gogso

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I would be delighted to speak to our catholic hosts about the singing of the unfortunate songs last night.

It was no slight against these fine people, merely a protest about the Vatican's handling of world wide child abuse.

If any of you in portugal were offended, my humblest apologies.
Thats what crossed my mind when I heard FTP being sung....at a football match in a foreign country.
I did wonder why right enough.

Two hopes spring to mind:
1) None of our players felt in any way offended.
2) UEFA might have not noticed and will potentially not close a stand for the next round and not fine the club.

But none of that will matter of course now that a succinct protest has been delivered.
 

govwalker

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Expect one for Braga home game too.

Pyro on the pitch plus 2 Moon Howlers running on.

Then add into it the utter fckwits in our support with the add ons last night.
 

Wilkinsvolley

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My old man was at the game last night. The only dodgy singing he heard was Super Rangers.
Not dodgy to him,he was in full voice & is hoarse today:D:))but the easily offended & bedwetters amongst us are obviously upset:rolleyes:
Ffs, into the last 16 & folk are greeting about a song. Seems some are even greeting about songs that weren't even sung:rolleyes:
Neither your dad nor people on here decide anything.
 

Wilkinsvolley

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Official Ticketer
Folk moaning about it in last nights match thread :rolleyes: Then someone started a thread about how much last nights win was worth to us financially but that ended up about the singing as well as we'll lose money due to stand closure :rolleyes:

As I said last night, there could be zero reports of any singing from FARE, the Refs match report or any affiliated delegates but not to worry - we have so called supporters who'll do their job for them

Fucking poor wee snowflakes.
Aye it’s people speaking about it on the internet that are so called supporters. The ones actually harming Rangers are great.
 

Russ H

Member
FARE will have reported us for last night they have (led to believe) for every game it’s what UEFA do about it is more important. UEFA are aware of the ‘differences’ between them and us.
 

wee blue dug

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My old man was at the game last night. The only dodgy singing he heard was Super Rangers.
Not dodgy to him,he was in full voice & is hoarse today:D:))but the easily offended & bedwetters amongst us are obviously upset:rolleyes:
Ffs, into the last 16 & folk are greeting about a song. Seems some are even greeting about songs that weren't even sung:rolleyes:
Mate it was clear as day on tv ftp and the vatican and fenian bastards clearly heard
 

NS1688

Active Member
FFS imagine getting to the final in Gdansk and singing the FTP shite. Visiting Bears wouldnt be safe on the streets afterwards.We need to respect the places we visit.
Remember, if you are at game anywhere wearing Rangers colours then you are representing our great Club. Moronic behaviour reflects on every single one of us.
Yip, I'd love to see you at the back of the goals on away day in Europe telling the bears to stop singing those naughty songs or we'll get flung out if the game,utter fkn pish the mhedia and the authorities are happy to turn a blind eye to systematic child abuse and we've to worry about a fkn song.
 

Sandbear

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Yip, I'd love to see you at the back of the goals on away day in Europe telling the bears to stop singing those naughty songs or we'll get flung out if the game,utter fkn pish the mhedia and the authorities are happy to turn a blind eye to systematic child abuse and we've to worry about a fkn song.
The media have nothing to do with European footballs ruling body or their rules.
These are two separate issues, absolutely nothing to do with each other, one is a domestic issue the other is the ftp brigade ignoring Uefa rulings and getting the club into bother.
 

NS1688

Active Member
Look mate I'm not for getting into an argument with you about the rights and wrongs of our support.
But our board could take a lesson from our neighbours then we wouldn't be in this situation where we are afraid of our heritage and of our fkn shadows it seems:(
This is part of the problem imo we don't fight our corner.
 

Zandermc

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I love the passion our away support show but wish they could get their heads screwed on straight and realize how much their behavior hurts our club.
 

Hap Hapablap

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We have to hope FARE have been discredited in light of the recent twitter revelations.
Anyone saying there was not questionable songs from our support last night have their head in the sand, we need to hope the match delegate was not aware and has submitted his report before he can be 'gotten to'.
 

EndOfDays

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Look mate I'm not for getting into an argument with you about the rights and wrongs of our support.
But our board could take a lesson from our neighbours then we wouldn't be in this situation where we are afraid of our heritage and of our fkn shadows it seems:(
This is part of the problem imo we don't fight our corner.
Can you explain what the pope and vatican have to do with Rangers heritage?
 

NS1688

Active Member
Can you explain what the pope and vatican have to do with Rangers heritage?
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I get what your saying mate I really do,as soon as it was sang I cringed knowing what the fallout would be,but why is this child abusing riddled institution still held so precious in this modern world that we fear a cringe from any criticism of this cult.
Totally amazes me this
 
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