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Its at times like this that young men (and young women, but mostly men) show themselves up to being little more than molly coddled children.

 

So the Police stopped and searched a bus did they?  Stop greeting like spoilt little bitches.  Man up you entitled baw bags.  If you are law abiding then you have nothing to worry about, otherwise you are a criminal.  Criminals need stamped upon and I have no objection, neigh I welcome some mild inconvenience in eradicating this scum and villainy from our society. 

 

Fans not criminals are a group?  Are they, they sound like a tracksuit wearing, open toed sandal civil liberty loving tree hugging jizz rags.  Again I refer you to the scum and villainy point above.

 

The club need to listen to the W7/Supra's/bunch of unhappy pre-pubescent teenagers?  No they don't.  They really don't.  In fact I am disappointed that the club arranged this meeting at all.  The opinion of tracksuits need never be considered. 

 

The club said this, the tracksuits said that, I didn't see it or I did see it and I am not saying or it didn't happen but it did!  Behave yourselves.  The club owes no-one an explanation.  Like any privately owned business no-one has the right to dictate its actions (that's what directors are for).  

 

In the wake of a shameful, shameful period for football I would like to see the club, the Scottish government and the Police work together to eradicate this scum element from our game.  Not every tracksuit at the football is a criminal but every criminal at the football wears a tracksuit.  Search every tracksuit in and around the ground, film these tracksuited scum bags, deal severely and without discretion each and every offensive remark, disorderly conduct or thuggish act.  Let us eradicate the tracksuit wearers from the terraces.  I propose a new supporters group

 

Fans not tracksuits, fans not tracksuits indeed. 

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7 minutes ago, TediousTom said:

Its at times like this that young men (and young women, but mostly men) show themselves up to being little more than molly coddled children.

 

So the Police stopped and searched a bus did they?  Stop greeting like spoilt little bitches.  Man up you entitled baw bags.  If you are law abiding then you have nothing to worry about, otherwise you are a criminal.  Criminals need stamped upon and I have no objection, neigh I welcome some mild inconvenience in eradicating this scum and villainy from our society.  

 

Fans not criminals are a group?  Are they, they sound like a tracksuit wearing, open toed sandal civil liberty loving tree hugging jizz rags.  Again I refer you to the scum and villainy point above.

 

The club need to listen to the W7/Supra's/bunch of unhappy pre-pubescent teenagers?  No they don't.  They really don't.  In fact I am disappointed that the club arranged this meeting at all.  The opinion of tracksuits need never be considered. 

 

The club said this, the tracksuits said that, I didn't see it or I did see it and I am not saying or it didn't happen but it did!  Behave yourselves.  The club owes no-one an explanation.  Like any privately owned business no-one has the right to dictate its actions (that's what directors are for).  

 

In the wake of a shameful, shameful period for football I would like to see the club, the Scottish government and the Police work together to eradicate this scum element from our game.  Not every tracksuit at the football is a criminal but every criminal at the football wears a tracksuit.  Search every tracksuit in and around the ground, film these tracksuited scum bags, deal severely and without discretion each and every offensive remark, disorderly conduct or thuggish act.  Let us eradicate the tracksuit wearers from the terraces.  I propose a new supporters group

 

Fans not tracksuits, fans not tracksuits indeed. 

this is serious?

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1 hour ago, TediousTom said:

Its at times like this that young men (and young women, but mostly men) show themselves up to being little more than molly coddled children.

 

So the Police stopped and searched a bus did they?  Stop greeting like spoilt little bitches.  Man up you entitled baw bags.  If you are law abiding then you have nothing to worry about, otherwise you are a criminal.  Criminals need stamped upon and I have no objection, neigh I welcome some mild inconvenience in eradicating this scum and villainy from our society. 

 

Fans not criminals are a group?  Are they, they sound like a tracksuit wearing, open toed sandal civil liberty loving tree hugging jizz rags.  Again I refer you to the scum and villainy point above.

 

The club need to listen to the W7/Supra's/bunch of unhappy pre-pubescent teenagers?  No they don't.  They really don't.  In fact I am disappointed that the club arranged this meeting at all.  The opinion of tracksuits need never be considered. 

 

The club said this, the tracksuits said that, I didn't see it or I did see it and I am not saying or it didn't happen but it did!  Behave yourselves.  The club owes no-one an explanation.  Like any privately owned business no-one has the right to dictate its actions (that's what directors are for).  

 

In the wake of a shameful, shameful period for football I would like to see the club, the Scottish government and the Police work together to eradicate this scum element from our game.  Not every tracksuit at the football is a criminal but every criminal at the football wears a tracksuit.  Search every tracksuit in and around the ground, film these tracksuited scum bags, deal severely and without discretion each and every offensive remark, disorderly conduct or thuggish act.  Let us eradicate the tracksuit wearers from the terraces.  I propose a new supporters group

 

Fans not tracksuits, fans not tracksuits indeed. 

Some may say Tom, that the wearing of a tracksuit for any purpose other than travelling to or from a stint of physical sporting endeavour, is in itself a criminal offence.

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4 hours ago, garzo said:

this is serious?

If he's not bating he's much more than one sandwich short of a picnic.

Edited by stlucifer

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17 hours ago, East Lothian Saint said:

Near an age of obscurity when I should really be knocking all these young whipper snappers of the modern era and reminiscing over those halcyon days when our generation were all angels. I have to say I thought the young team were outstanding at Perth. Their support was unfaltering throughout the match.

I do have my reservations about the way the authorities dealt with some of the more mature members of our support. I was sitting well in front of the North Bank and therefore  wasn't watching what was going on behind me but a sudden influx of stewards and police rushing up the stairs attracted my attention. I'm not sure what encouraged such a rapid response but after much discussion between stewards, police and fans in the North Bank the incident fizzled out and the high vis jackets all faded back to where ever they had come from. Judging by their rapid deployment and sheer numbers I assume some massive security or safety threat must have presented itself but I am still in the dark as to what danger I was in or how my safety was enhanced by their actions.

My enjoyment of the spectacle I had paid to watch was disrupted but to be fair how any of us could have enjoyed that performance is up for debate.

An old guy. I use that term loosely, as he was probably ages with myself, was standing near one of the exits below me. His attention had also been attracted by the stewarding activities around our vociferous young choir and he joined in one of their melodies with great gusto bounced twice and rose his arms in the air to give them some encouragement. With out a word of warning the head steward orchestrated his removal from the ground.

It is entirely possible that this man had committed some heinous offence prior to attracting my attention but he looked harmless and I could see nothing about his actions which caused alarm, danger or even annoyance to any other spectators. Maybe once again I had been saved from impending disaster because of swift stewarding action and the guy who had spent all that money not just to enter the ground but to travel all the way from Paisley to be entertained at a sporting event deserved to be short changed and thrown out on his ear miles from home long before the game ended.

There is a big discussion ongoing about Football fans being criminalised for being Football fans and whilst I agree instances of misbehaviour have to be stamped out sometimes I wonder if fans might have a point.

The stewards at Perth may have been acting in our best interests but to the casual observer it looked like overreaction, overkill and a horrendous abuse of the power they have been given to ensure our safety.

No doubt I'm mistaken. It happens every other week. They must know what they are doing.

Great post mate, wonder if the stewards would act the same with both bigot fans in town?

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20 hours ago, East Lothian Saint said:

Near an age of obscurity when I should really be knocking all these young whipper snappers of the modern era and reminiscing over those halcyon days when our generation were all angels. I have to say I thought the young team were outstanding at Perth. Their support was unfaltering throughout the match.

I do have my reservations about the way the authorities dealt with some of the more mature members of our support. I was sitting well in front of the North Bank and therefore  wasn't watching what was going on behind me but a sudden influx of stewards and police rushing up the stairs attracted my attention. I'm not sure what encouraged such a rapid response but after much discussion between stewards, police and fans in the North Bank the incident fizzled out and the high vis jackets all faded back to where ever they had come from. Judging by their rapid deployment and sheer numbers I assume some massive security or safety threat must have presented itself but I am still in the dark as to what danger I was in or how my safety was enhanced by their actions.

My enjoyment of the spectacle I had paid to watch was disrupted but to be fair how any of us could have enjoyed that performance is up for debate.

An old guy. I use that term loosely, as he was probably ages with myself, was standing near one of the exits below me. His attention had also been attracted by the stewarding activities around our vociferous young choir and he joined in one of their melodies with great gusto bounced twice and rose his arms in the air to give them some encouragement. With out a word of warning the head steward orchestrated his removal from the ground.

It is entirely possible that this man had committed some heinous offence prior to attracting my attention but he looked harmless and I could see nothing about his actions which caused alarm, danger or even annoyance to any other spectators. Maybe once again I had been saved from impending disaster because of swift stewarding action and the guy who had spent all that money not just to enter the ground but to travel all the way from Paisley to be entertained at a sporting event deserved to be short changed and thrown out on his ear miles from home long before the game ended.

There is a big discussion ongoing about Football fans being criminalised for being Football fans and whilst I agree instances of misbehaviour have to be stamped out sometimes I wonder if fans might have a point.

The stewards at Perth may have been acting in our best interests but to the casual observer it looked like overreaction, overkill and a horrendous abuse of the power they have been given to ensure our safety.

No doubt I'm mistaken. It happens every other week. They must know what they are doing.

If the old guy had stopped singing along with the W7 crew and started singing the Sash then the stewards would have left him alone - his own fault.

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31 minutes ago, gstretchuk said:

Was a bit noisier than usual..still far from a great atmosphere..little to no 

Kevin f**kin Turvey  

Idiot fool .

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On 3/29/2019 at 1:50 PM, East Lothian Saint said:

Near an age of obscurity when I should really be knocking all these young whipper snappers of the modern era and reminiscing over those halcyon days when our generation were all angels. I have to say I thought the young team were outstanding at Perth. Their support was unfaltering throughout the match.

I do have my reservations about the way the authorities dealt with some of the more mature members of our support. I was sitting well in front of the North Bank and therefore  wasn't watching what was going on behind me but a sudden influx of stewards and police rushing up the stairs attracted my attention. I'm not sure what encouraged such a rapid response but after much discussion between stewards, police and fans in the North Bank the incident fizzled out and the high vis jackets all faded back to where ever they had come from. Judging by their rapid deployment and sheer numbers I assume some massive security or safety threat must have presented itself but I am still in the dark as to what danger I was in or how my safety was enhanced by their actions.

My enjoyment of the spectacle I had paid to watch was disrupted but to be fair how any of us could have enjoyed that performance is up for debate.

An old guy. I use that term loosely, as he was probably ages with myself, was standing near one of the exits below me. His attention had also been attracted by the stewarding activities around our vociferous young choir and he joined in one of their melodies with great gusto bounced twice and rose his arms in the air to give them some encouragement. With out a word of warning the head steward orchestrated his removal from the ground.

It is entirely possible that this man had committed some heinous offence prior to attracting my attention but he looked harmless and I could see nothing about his actions which caused alarm, danger or even annoyance to any other spectators. Maybe once again I had been saved from impending disaster because of swift stewarding action and the guy who had spent all that money not just to enter the ground but to travel all the way from Paisley to be entertained at a sporting event deserved to be short changed and thrown out on his ear miles from home long before the game ended.

There is a big discussion ongoing about Football fans being criminalised for being Football fans and whilst I agree instances of misbehaviour have to be stamped out sometimes I wonder if fans might have a point.

The stewards at Perth may have been acting in our best interests but to the casual observer it looked like overreaction, overkill and a horrendous abuse of the power they have been given to ensure our safety.

No doubt I'm mistaken. It happens every other week. They must know what they are doing.

This is a very good post.

Let me add, as I walked in to the ground in Perth two police officers charged at me......

....and charged past me (said excuse me as they went) and sprinted as hard as they could to get down the stairs to a St Mirren fan who had fallen over a couple of seats and might have been in distress (its been referenced elsewhere on the forum I think). Young guys doing their job, looking to help.

The stewards causing trouble towards the end of the game had a look of panicked cunts about them.

Too much power + lack of training. Its a dangerous mix.

We have the best support in Scotland, and as a fellow auld bastard let me say I'm very impressed by the good humour and grace our young supporters carry.

Edited by Kemp

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Was a bit noisier than usual..still far from a great atmosphere..little to no atmosphere...



Wait a goddam minute you cocksucking f**kface . Didn’t you say you weren’t going today ?
Can’t say you were missed you rat shit waste of a decent wank .
People like you we can do without .
You are a shit stirring attention seeking oxygen thief , f**k the f**k off and give us all some peace.... and take your wanky wankstain negative Naysayers With you.

Have a lovely evening .

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17 minutes ago, Callum Gilhooley said:

 

 


Wait a goddam minute you cocksucking f**kface . Didn’t you say you weren’t going today ?
Can’t say you were missed you rat shit waste of a decent wank .
People like you we can do without .
You are a shit stirring attention seeking oxygen thief , f**k the f**k off and give us all some peace.... and take your wanky wankstain negative Naysayers With you.

Have a lovely evening .

 

 

Well i did go ya fandango...take it your a W7 hardman schoolboy...absolute banger..get tae bed after your 2 cans dark fruits..

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1 minute ago, gstretchuk said:

Well i did go ya fandango...take it your a W7 hardman schoolboy...absolute banger..get tae bed after your 2 cans dark fruits..

You are a prick . 

An absolute cock. 

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