The Aberdeen fans behaviour

stonewall Jackson

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Still can't hear that from the first knuckledragger, now hear it right at the end.
Anyway, you're right, the club should comment on this and ask for protection for the players. Bet you we don't say a dickie bird.
As a poster said on another thread we're 'Nice Guy FC'. In the environment we are forced to operate in, on and off the pitch, that means 'Wanks FC', that's how we are treated, how we allow ourselves to be treated.
The board are hardly going complain about this when they say nothing about the abuse all our players and management receive when running the gauntlet at the piggery.
 

Craig McColl

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Moaning about songs sung at a historically fierce atmosphere is a total embarrassment.

Any songs about the disaster or anything are disgusting, obviously. And I do agree Hun is sectarian. But are we just going to pretend there is nothing aggresive sung by our fans?

I really can't get annoyed at people shouting at our players. It's football. Personally I think our fans should be surrounding their team bus the minute it enters the proximity of the stadium.
It's double standards and moral indignation when it's us compared to others like last night that people are pissed off with.The rules and gnashing of teeth and demands that something to be done should apply to all groups of fans or none.
 

GovanFront4

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I'm watching football here and watching whats sung to us and how our players are abused and that the club or media don't care!

It's not just a " few nasty songs" as you put it eitehr..its sick abuse about the Ibrox disaster the worse football disaster this country has seen. that's vile to mock those that died and our club should speak out about it and the club should always speak out about players being abused even as a duty of care towards their own employees!
It's been happening for 20 years plus and the board haven't said anything.

I think our songbook is very much cleared up, but there is absolutely no way our board can come out and slate another club for songs when we have had sanctions in Europe.

I agree their songs are disgusting and any normal person wouldn't sing it. But it's a hostile match, and these matches around the world have some terrible chants and songs.
 

muttley

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It's been happening for 20 years plus and the board haven't said anything.

I think our songbook is very much cleared up, but there is absolutely no way our board can come out and slate another club for songs when we have had sanctions in Europe.

I agree their songs are disgusting and any normal person wouldn't sing it.

But it's a hostile match, and these matches around the world have some terrible chants and songs.


You keep repeating this..so what, it's a hostile match! the laws of the land are meant to be applicable to all so the club should be demanding CCTV is used to catch those responsible for the sectarian abuse of Alfie and the catalogue of vile behaviour from Aberdeen fans last night.

This is what happens to our support up there and there's the moral outrage against our support..I've seen none of this being mentioned today about Aberdeen fans.

We need to taking abuse and find some backbone to stand up for ourselves
 

GovanFront4

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You keep repeating this..so what, it's a hostile match! the laws of the land are meant to be applicable to all so the club should be demanding CCTV is used to catch those responsible for the sectarian abuse of Alfie and the catalogue of vile behaviour from Aberdeen fans last night.

This is what happens to our support up there and there's the moral outrage against our support..I've seen none of this being mentioned today about Aberdeen fans.

We need to taking abuse and find some backbone to stand up for ourselves
Ok mate, whatever.

You talk about finding a back bone yet your presumably a grown man wanting people to come out and make a statement because you heard some nasty words... at an Aberdeen v Rangers match.

I beg you mate, never ever go to a really big game, you will bawl your eyes out at the naughty words.
 

Craig McColl

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You keep repeating this..so what, it's a hostile match! the laws of the land are meant to be applicable to all so the club should be demanding CCTV is used to catch those responsible for the sectarian abuse of Alfie and the catalogue of vile behaviour from Aberdeen fans last night.

This is what happens to our support up there and there's the moral outrage against our support..I've seen none of this being mentioned today about Aberdeen fans.

We need to taking abuse and find some backbone to stand up for ourselves
Rules and media condemnation either apply to everyone or no one.
Current rules or applying them is open season on Rangers players and fans call them what you want.
Minority of Rangers fans mention Fenians or the Pontiff close the ground.
 

GovanFront4

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I'm offended by very little but it does dumbfound me that some of our own can't see the blatant hypocrisy and double standards from the scum of the Scottish press when anything controversial happens from our support.

Wake the fu.ck up.
I see the hypocrisy. It's been there for years.

But we are in absolutely no position to come out and criticise anyone.
 

falkirkbear

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I said similar at the start of the match thread.

Compare that video to the absolute hyperbolic reaction to the Scott Brown nonsense.

People in the media will be saying the abuse Morelos received is totally deserved.
David Edgar called it perfectly last week on the H&H daily update when mentioning the news coverage of the green brigade, the media agree with it, they're never going to criticise it.
 

sofakineazy

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I said similar at the start of the match thread.

Compare that video to the absolute hyperbolic reaction to the Scott Brown nonsense.

People in the media will be saying the abuse Morelos received is totally deserved.
Was it the Daily Record or the Sun that highlighted the scott brown abuse and were having some sort of campaign against the abuse footballers are given. I take it this only applied to anyone but Rangers players? I havent seen this since they brought this to our attention but will probably have something after sundays game about poor wee broonie.
 

Family bam

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I see the hypocrisy. It's been there for years.

But we are in absolutely no position to come out and criticise anyone.
As I said, I'm offended by very little, but you bet I'm offended by the sheep shagging scum consistently singing about the single most tragic event in our history.
For that alone, our club should absolutely come out and condemn the pond life who sing about it because one things for sure, the tarrier scum who control the Scottish press won't.
 

Hurleyreyes

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Am I the only one that hears the monkey noises?

It is not boos.
Listen carefully. It is the same guy or at least two guys and there is no B sound. A boo is also a continuous long booooo sound.

They are short ooo sounds and it stops and starts.
It is bloody monkey chants.
It only stopped beccause he went in the door.
 

themightyi

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I can’t believe the club haven’t come out and commented on the banana being thrown at Tav.

They’re probably scared of offending someone, as per.
Probably because it was a pie, not that throwing anything at a player should be acceptable but it was definitely not a banana.

Regarding the video, if that’s a Celtic player getting called a ‘fucking fenian’ then the reaction would 100% be very different.
 

The Golden God

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Was it the Daily Record or the Sun that highlighted the scott brown abuse and were having some sort of campaign against the abuse footballers are given. I take it this only applied to anyone but Rangers players? I havent seen this since they brought this to our attention but will probably have something after sundays game about poor wee broonie.
I think it was The Sun. They had some respect the players campaign, which they broke going after a Rangers player about a day later IIRC.
 

TN8

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This disaster stuff seems to come up every time we play them. I'm still not sure what it is people think they're singing. They sing a vile song about Durrant which goes "who's that lying at Pittodrie". I heard it last night and 2 seconds later someone in the match thread commented that they were singing about the disaster. Are people mis-hearing it, or is there something I'm missing? I cant say I've ever thought I've heard a song about the Ibrox disaster from them.

That aside, the Ryan Jack song was pretty grim. They are fucking vermin.
 

sammysun

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Those people up there are scum, and have been for years, and looking at the video again I'm convinced that is a banana, that was thrown, at Tav.
 

bullen an la

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I do think there is a one way street that needs addressed.

However, I just don't think we should be enraged by a few songs at a match that is always pretty hostile.

God forbid you had to watch football somewhere with actual fan issues such as Italy, Netherlands or Eastern Europe. A few nasty songs and a pie thrown, while it should be highlighted, isn't worthy of our board coming out and making a statement. The time for that was after Hibs in the SCF.

To be honest this just sounds like a deflection tactic. Poor performance and disappointing result...."Look over there, he called Morelos a Hun!!!!" Boo fucking hoo it's football.
if youve got a ticket for sunday, shout fenian at evry celtic player when they touch the ball. then when youre charged you can tell the court "it's football"
 

Carson no1

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Mo
The video below shows Alfie coming off the team bus and being subjected to sectarian abuse before the match and for me, this should be called out. Our players last night were hit by a missile, subjected to sectarian abuse, The Ryan Jack abuse, the sick mocking of the Ibrox disaster...

The club for me needs to say something as we cannot allow all of what happened last night to go unchallenged and especially not when our support is picked up for every single thing we do...



monkey noises
And Tav getting hit with a banana ?

This surely must be unacceptable

Racist Aberdeen fans
 

muttley

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Ok mate, whatever.

You talk about finding a back bone yet your presumably a grown man wanting people to come out and make a statement because you heard some nasty words... at an Aberdeen v Rangers match.

I beg you mate, never ever go to a really big game, you will bawl your eyes out at the naughty words.

I'm asking them to get a backbone to get some parity for the Rangers support and our club as a whole! It's about addressing double standards and questioning why it appears to be ok for our club, players and our fans that have passed in the Ibrox disaster to be treated to a different standard to others.

Our fans that passed to be mocked for dying in a disaster and players subjected to sectarian abuse and to be hit with a missile...that's not right!

It's questioning the media and Scottish society and asking what the laws of the country aren't applied to all and why we are for them fair game to be subjected to a different societal moral code with regards both the media and the legal system!
 

OZ1872

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My 12 year old was hit with a lighter, brushed past his leg only, last night. Handed it to the police who sneered at me when I criticised him for standing watching the perpetrator

when I challenged his attitude it became apparent there was only one winner and it wasn’t going to be me.
The police there are utter scum bags mate
 

Carson no1

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Was going to say similar, considering we’re coming Down the road has the words in it we can hardly take the moral high ground
Well we will take high ground regarding the Ibrox Disaster

That deaths of innocent
kids
Fathers
Mothers
Sons

You should pick your words more carefully
 

SC81

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The video below shows Alfie coming off the team bus and being subjected to sectarian abuse before the match and for me, this should be called out. Our players last night were hit by a missile, subjected to sectarian abuse, The Ryan Jack abuse, the sick mocking of the Ibrox disaster...

The club for me needs to say something as we cannot allow all of what happened last night to go unchallenged and especially not when our support is picked up for every single thing we do...




On a par with Darren mackies welcome to American Soccer video.

Everything Aberdeen do is crap.
 

Trueblue82

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Rangers should be demanding that whoever threw the pie is found and charged.

But I don’t agree with the crying about songs however vile they are.

And there was plenty objects going over the fence from both sides, it’s a high charged game with history of disorder I’d expect nothing less
 

47blue

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As I said, I'm offended by very little, but you bet I'm offended by the sheep shagging scum consistently singing about the single most tragic event in our history.
For that alone, our club should absolutely come out and condemn the pond life who sing about it because one things for sure, the tarrier scum who control the Scottish press won't.
They should be banned from Ibrox.
 

muttley

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Rangers should be demanding that whoever threw the pie is found and charged.

But I don’t agree with the crying about songs however vile they are.

And there was plenty objects going over the fence from both sides, it’s a high charged game with history of disorder I’d expect nothing less

I do and especially so when its sick abuse about the Ibrox disaster and the media are quick to point out anything our fans sing or do so...
 

Yosser

Active Member
Let's face it. All the abuse/songs/behaviour is simply because they absolutely hate us so we shouldn't be surprised about it. 2 choices-- get it out there through every media source( over to you Mr Traynor) and condemn it at every opportunity especially when we win. Or do nothing and accept it.
No need to vote !
However don't do it on the back of dropping points, gather the details and pick our moment.
 

Cutty/Young

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I said similar at the start of the match thread.

Compare that video to the absolute hyperbolic reaction to the Scott Brown nonsense.

People in the media will be saying the abuse Morelos received is totally deserved.
Hyperbolic reaction ? Nonsence ? There was a thread on here about it, quite a large thread and even though it was a Rangers fan that said it, not one person on that thread condoned what he said and totally condemned him with more than a few wanting him banned, regardless what you think of Brown and i'm not his biggest fan either, it was a disgusting thing to say to him about his sister.
 

wee bud's pit boots

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I do think there is a one way street that needs addressed.

However, I just don't think we should be enraged by a few songs at a match that is always pretty hostile.

God forbid you had to watch football somewhere with actual fan issues such as Italy, Netherlands or Eastern Europe. A few nasty songs and a pie thrown, while it should be highlighted, isn't worthy of our board coming out and making a statement. The time for that was after Hibs in the SCF.

To be honest this just sounds like a deflection tactic. Poor performance and disappointing result...."Look over there, he called Morelos a Hun!!!!" Boo fucking hoo it's football.
Here's the thing though. Rangers fans greeting the filth's team bus at Ibrox and calling a celtic player a fenian, doesn't get that same ''boo-hoo it's football'' parity. Strange that.
 

dh1963

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The song about wanting Ryan Jack to die is miles worse than anything our support have ever sung, throw in the sectarian Hun chants every 5 minutes, and our club should demand the police take action and their club ban those identified.

The level of Aberdeen fan hatred of us is something I just don't understand, but it has to be confronted as it's out of hand.
 
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