Rangers Related--Chelsea only giving Ajax 800 tickets

trashcansinatra

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Chelsea only allocating Ajax 800 tickets for the champions league fixture which presume will be reciprocated over there.. Common sense or overkill by the Met police?
 

trashcansinatra

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Genuinely think some folk are checking out the curtains every hour to make sure no Feynoord fans are out there.
Was merely asking a question if it was common sense by Chelsea or the Met police to avoid problems and in light of our current plight with authorities if it was common sense or not. As said,if admin wants to bin or move please feel free.
 

Morelos20

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Was merely asking a question if it was common sense by Chelsea or the Met police to avoid problems and in light of our current plight with authorities if it was common sense or not. As said,if admin wants to bin or move please feel free.
Wasn't completely directed at you bud there's about 10 threads a week of people worrying about this mob, we'll be fine if they want trouble in Glasgow they'll get it and the same with our support over there.

Exact same as every European tie.
 

Wazza

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Interesting to see how many Ajax get for Lille, that is the night before Feyenoord - capable of taking loads there you would think.
 

Scotty Arfield

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I’d rather every away team coming to Ibrox got the 2500 allocation.

It’s a European tie ffs, you want a right good hostile atmosphere.

The panty wetting on here when it comes to European teams coming to Ibrox is embarrassing.

Rapid Vienna, Spartak Moscow and Legia all went by without issue.

Osijek tried and got their arses handed to them.

I’m buzzing for Feyenoord coming.
 

Blue Goose

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Is it not to do with Ajax battling with Spurs or Arsenal a couple of seasons back? I can't remember who played who exactly.
 

Robert Marshall

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I’d rather every away team coming to Ibrox got the 2500 allocation.

It’s a European tie ffs, you want a right good hostile atmosphere.

The panty wetting on here when it comes to European teams coming to Ibrox is embarrassing.

Rapid Vienna, Spartak Moscow and Legia all went by without issue.

Osijek tried and got their arses handed to them.

I’m buzzing for Feyenoord coming.
I'd rather every away team got the same allocation as the Scottish teams get
 

uddingstonbluenose

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I’d rather every away team coming to Ibrox got the 2500 allocation.

It’s a European tie ffs, you want a right good hostile atmosphere.

The panty wetting on here when it comes to European teams coming to Ibrox is embarrassing.

Rapid Vienna, Spartak Moscow and Legia all went by without issue.

Osijek tried and got their arses handed to them.

I’m buzzing for Feyenoord coming.
Spartak's was cut, was it not?
 

Brennan Huff

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Genuinely think some folk are checking out the curtains every hour to make sure no Feynoord fans are out there.
I haven't seen any such comments myself so can't comment on the over reaction you're implying...

Perhaps though the reason many Bears will be apprehensive (especially those taking kids) is the way their scumbag fans attacked our fans both home & away in 2002.

Between that & their 'special relationship' with the sheep it's no surprise people are wary.
 

It Is Old But Beautiful

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Always thought Ajax and spurs were friendly?
Their Ultras do not care about Spurs and this “Jewish friendship”, they were scrapping with them outside the stadium last season. Surprisingly a lot of the F-Side and those who were in VAK410 really like Rangers.

They brought Rangers flags to Parkhead, displayed the sectarian banner against Celtic at home and some were in Rangers pubs when they played Celtic before.
 

Wazza

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It's actually surprising how many Arsenal lads have been pally with Ajax in the past. Went Ajax Feyenoord in 2003 and had a drink with a few. Was talking about it with a Dutch lad a few month back who said some still go. Always had the opinion Feyenoord don't do friendships in the Ultra/Hooligan whatever you want to call it way, obviously there is this Sunderland/Feyenoord thing but think that is just more from some lads working together years ago and it has remained.
 

Scotty Arfield

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Spartak's was cut, was it not?
Yes.

I’m talking about how every team that comes to Ibrox nowadays is going to attack us and we will all be defenceless. We can more than hold our own.

None of Legia, Rapid or Spartak got 2500 but I was talking more about the fact they were apparently going to beat us all up. I’d rather they got the full allocation and we can create a spectacle in the stands.

Will it be hostile against Feyenoord? It most likely will. But that’s what playing in Europe is all about. Bring it on!
 

govwalker

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Wasn't completely directed at you bud there's about 10 threads a week of people worrying about this mob, we'll be fine if they want trouble in Glasgow they'll get it and the same with our support over there.

Exact same as every European tie.
As been said various times on other thread you're either too young, naive or plain ignorant of what happened over there and at Ibrox the last time. And for a support like Ours who have a bit of a reputation too there was loads of our fans who were given a slapping. So your either one of the above or all of them and a keyboard warrior if you think you'll just waltz into Rotterdam and be Billy Big baws and take over the square, city etc.

Show some respect to people who were there and have travelled allover and to far more trips and wild places and who said Rotterdam was by far the Most hostile and wild.
 

govwalker

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I haven't seen any such comments myself so can't comment on the over reaction you're implying...

Perhaps though the reason many Bears will be apprehensive (especially those taking kids) is the way their scumbag fans attacked our fans both home & away in 2002.

Between that & their 'special relationship' with the sheep it's no surprise people are wary.
Maybe the younger "so called hard men" Bears should show respect to those of us who actually were there in 2002 and were in other wild places like Athens, Istanbul, Belgrade, Moscow etc too and all of us agree Rotterdam was by a country mile the most Hostile and mental crowd for bother out of anywhere.
 

stonewall Jackson

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Maybe the younger "so called hard men" Bears should show respect to those of us who actually were there in 2002 and were in other wild places like Athens, Istanbul, Belgrade, Moscow etc too and all of us agree Rotterdam was by a country mile the most Hostile and mental crowd for bother out of anywhere.
Belgrade was fuckin mental. Police wouldnt let us out the hotel as the Serbs were in full flow outside.
 

Stevie_Gee

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Their Ultras do not care about Spurs and this “Jewish friendship”, they were scrapping with them outside the stadium last season. Surprisingly a lot of the F-Side and those who were in VAK410 really like Rangers.

They brought Rangers flags to Parkhead, displayed the sectarian banner against Celtic at home and some were in Rangers pubs when they played Celtic before.
Meeting up with them for the away leg.
 

govwalker

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Belgrade was fuckin mental. Police wouldnt let us out the hotel as the Serbs were in full flow outside.
Which one mate? 1990 or the 2007 one mate? Thought the most recent one was fine. Was only 11 at the first one so wasn't there. And I say Rotterdam was by far the worst after doing Galatasaray 6 months after the two Leeds fans were murdered. In fact I did Fenerbache too and both were fck all like Rotterdam.
 

Robert Marshall

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Maybe the younger "so called hard men" Bears should show respect to those of us who actually were there in 2002 and were in other wild places like Athens, Istanbul, Belgrade, Moscow etc too and all of us agree Rotterdam was by a country mile the most Hostile and mental crowd for bother out of anywhere.
I assume you weren't in Newcastle in 69 or Barcelona in 72 as well as Villa Man Utd, Everton Chelsea etc in the70's
Celtic and Hibs in the 70's. Why don't we just go to the games and watch the football without all this kid on hardmen?
Tell each other ghost stories then are frightened to go to the football.
 

govwalker

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I assume you weren't in Newcastle in 69 or Barcelona in 72 as well as Villa Man Utd, Everton Chelsea etc in the70's
Celtic and Hibs in the 70's. Why don't we just go to the games and watch the football without all this kid on hardmen?
Tell each other ghost stories then are frightened to go to the football.
I wasn't born till 79 so that obviously wouldn't be possible.

It's not meant to be like that but people especially younger Bears saying "awk it will be fine" when really they don't know that. Both legs were mental especially over there.

All I've ever posted previously was to give heads up what this shower are like. People thinking we'll waltz up, take over a square in Rotterdam like everywhere else will be in for a rather big shock. That is all I've said.
 

Blue Goose

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I wasn't born till 79 so that obviously wouldn't be possible.

It's not meant to be like that but people especially younger Bears saying "awk it will be fine" when really they don't know that. Both legs were mental especially over there.

All I've ever posted previously was to give heads up what this shower are like. People thinking we'll waltz up, take over a square in Rotterdam like everywhere else will be in for a rather big shock. That is all I've said.
Totally agree. Walk into the wrong bar over there and you will end up with a sore face. But what would we know?
 

BillyBoys

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I wasn't born till 79 so that obviously wouldn't be possible.

It's not meant to be like that but people especially younger Bears saying "awk it will be fine" when really they don't know that. Both legs were mental especially over there.

All I've ever posted previously was to give heads up what this shower are like. People thinking we'll waltz up, take over a square in Rotterdam like everywhere else will be in for a rather big shock. That is all I've said.
I have yet to read one person saying we are going to take over a square in Rotterdam? Our hardcore away support isn't naive, we know the risks involved and I'm sure most have seen enough incidents over the years to know the score by now.

I've said it before and I'll say it again, as long as we all stick together and stick up for each other typically we'll be fine. Dont get me wrong if you are going to be a f*d and walk about on your tod or act the big man on foreign soil, you'll get what's coming to you.
 
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