Missile throwing

#14
"angry Tarriers who never got their own way". That's it exactly. And the media, politicians and authorities in Scotland have told them it is all fine to act like this if they don't get there way.

And if they do get there well? Well it's still fine to trample on copper vans etc.

The spoilt bastard of Scottish football and not a peep will be said about it.
 

noucamp72

Well-Known Member
#17
It seems like crowd disorder is acceptable when their favourite team finish in 2nd place on a big Euro night.

Far too much disappointment on the field to even mention the throwing of missiles.
 

rossgers

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#18
Yes, noticed that when I saw a clip of the winning goal. Not on the agenda of the Scottish Media to mention this so it will be swept under the carpet. I'm sure UEFA will have noted it tho.
You would expect Chris Gollum McLaughlin, BBCs caped crusader on all things fan behaviour to appear on Reporting Scotland later, standing on the pitch beside a pile of bottles, tutting and shaking his head. After all, he did a report on the eve of the seasons opener. And raced down to Rugby Park to stand in the "destroyed" disabled shelter. If not we can only assume that this campaign of his is yet another example of his sickening sectarian bigotry and hes only really interested in one set of fans behaviour.
 

YOGI_GER

Well-Known Member
#20
What got me about Cluj's fourth goal was the stuff thrown at the players but also the stewards trying to break up the Cluj team's celebrations. It is not the job of stewards to manhandle player's back onto the pitch. The stewards should have been looking at the crowd in case of a pitch invasion.
Stewards would have probably joined in the invasion......
 

insanicdrunk

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#21
What got me about Cluj's fourth goal was the stuff thrown at the players but also the stewards trying to break up the Cluj team's celebrations. It is not the job of stewards to manhandle player's back onto the pitch. The stewards should have been looking at the crowd in case of a pitch invasion.
This rips ma knitting to fck. They do it all the time, they are there to control the crowd, not the players.

UEFA will fine them again, but as always stop short of shutting their shithole.
 

hhss

Well-Known Member
#36
Between that last night and Alfie, clear as day, being called a monkey at Kilmarnock, not a peep.

There is a definite separate rule for us.
 
#37
What got me about Cluj's fourth goal was the stuff thrown at the players but also the stewards trying to break up the Cluj team's celebrations. It is not the job of stewards to manhandle player's back onto the pitch. The stewards should have been looking at the crowd in case of a pitch invasion.
The filth stewards.

It should be remembered that when one of the filth ran onto the park, to attack the AC Milan goalie 'Diddy', the stewards involved, shoved him back into the stand from whence he came.

Not apprehend him, but allow him to potentially flee from the scene.

They have got it worked all down to a 'T'.
 

garytcrsc

Active Member
#43
You can guarantee that the Romanian FA won't bring it up when one of their team's fans did the same thing in the last round of EL qualifiers.
 

ThomasMRFC

Well-Known Member
#49
Can’t really blame the stewards for manhandling the players. They are paid for by Celtic and are obviously told in briefings if anything like that happens to do it. We obviously don’t tell our stewards similar
 
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