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Post Sat Apr 20, 2019 1:33 pm
Posted by TrevLovesJanice on Sat Apr 20, 2019 1:33 pm
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Re: Showing their true colours
Post Sat Apr 20, 2019 1:54 pm
Posted by MGarbutt1986 on Sat Apr 20, 2019 1:54 pm
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Disgusting, but not true KR fans, we have idiots on both sides of the City unfortunately.
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Post Sat Apr 20, 2019 2:48 pm
Posted by Mild mannered Janitor on Sat Apr 20, 2019 2:48 pm
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MGarbutt1986 wrote:
Disgusting, but not true KR fans, we have idiots on both sides of the City unfortunately.


Not sure of your definition of being a fan, but by being in the Rovers end, wearing Rovers colours, cheers when rovers scored, id say they were rovers fans.

There maybe idiots on both sides of the river, but the evidence of yesterday ( bottles being throw onto the pitch, bottles being thrown at opposition fans, taking banned pyrotechnics into the stadium and throwing that on to the pitch, the alleged hospitalisation of a child And the defacing of a tribute to an ill former player) suggest some are more active at being complete bells.
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Post Sat Apr 20, 2019 5:39 pm
Posted by TrevLovesJanice on Sat Apr 20, 2019 5:39 pm
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Mild mannered Janitor wrote:
Not sure of your definition of being a fan, but by being in the Rovers end, wearing Rovers colours, cheers when rovers scored, id say they were rovers fans.

There maybe idiots on both sides of the river, but the evidence of yesterday ( bottles being throw onto the pitch, bottles being thrown at opposition fans, taking banned pyrotechnics into the stadium and throwing that on to the pitch, the alleged hospitalisation of a child And the defacing of a tribute to an ill former player) suggest some are more active at being complete bells.


Well said. This was done by a rovers fan. Fact.

Utter scum.
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Post Sat Apr 20, 2019 10:06 pm
Posted by mean_machine on Sat Apr 20, 2019 10:06 pm
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Look not to defend the indefensible here but a bit of context from a view in the north stand. Obviously I’m not sure where you guys sit so may not have seen noticed all the bother in the east stand corner, but that started from a bottle coming over from you way and hitting an old fella square on the head, knocked him over. That caused the escalation of them coming back and tit for tat.

Not that it matters, not that any of its right but these dickheads across both teams and predominately from our lot yesterday is a joke, and I hope the club ban them for life. These scrotes with the smoke bomb must of been about 15, and no idea of the ramifications of their actions. I’m not drastically against smoke bombs but the lobbing of bottles is gonna do serious damage one day and hit the lino or ref once and it’s a points deduction. If I was Hudgell I’d be dropping a statement tomorrow saying get the hell out the club and if anyone is caught press charges, soon stamp it out. It’s slowly creeping back in and needs to be nipped in the bud now.

Well played yesterday btw
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Post Sat Apr 20, 2019 10:46 pm
Posted by My Mate Ronnie on Sat Apr 20, 2019 10:46 pm
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mean_machine wrote:
Look not to defend the indefensible here but a bit of context from a view in the north stand. Obviously I’m not sure where you guys sit so may not have seen noticed all the bother in the east stand corner, but that started from a bottle coming over from you way and hitting an old fella square on the head, knocked him over. That caused the escalation of them coming back and tit for tat.

Not that it matters, not that any of its right but these dickheads across both teams and predominately from our lot yesterday is a joke, and I hope the club ban them for life. These scrotes with the smoke bomb must of been about 15, and no idea of the ramifications of their actions. I’m not drastically against smoke bombs but the lobbing of bottles is gonna do serious damage one day and hit the lino or ref once and it’s a points deduction. If I was Hudgell I’d be dropping a statement tomorrow saying get the hell out the club and if anyone is caught press charges, soon stamp it out. It’s slowly creeping back in and needs to be nipped in the bud now.

Well played yesterday btw


As a fellow Rovers fan , to say you are not drastically against smoke bombs , and that “ the lobbing of bottles will do serious damage one day hitting a lino or a ref “

Not only do you state you don’t have a problem with individuals using smoke bombs at games , You main concerning regarding the throwing of bottles is that they make make contact with a match official resulting in Rovers having a points reduction imposed by the RFL .

No thought for the young child injured by the bottle throwing yesterday . My wife and I stopped going to away matches years ago due to the drunken fans that seem too interested in alcohol and causing trouble rather than watching a rugby league game .

Trying not to be judgemental but you seem to be the type of fan our game can do without .
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Post Sat Apr 20, 2019 11:31 pm
Posted by Irregular Hoops on Sat Apr 20, 2019 11:31 pm
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Adam Maher is 1000 times the person than the scrote whoever did the graffiti will ever be. He wasn’t the biggest on the rugby pitch, but was one of the bravest.

Every club has idiots, but Rovers need to get a grip on some of their supporters, never mind tweeting how they appreciate each and every one of them (like they did yesterday)

There was a group of them walking across the footbridge after the game yesterday who had no conception in how to behave in public. The language used (in front of kids) from people old enough to know better was disgusting.

This was similar to after the England - New Zealand games last year when (on the footbridge again) a group of Rovers fans proceeded to sing foul mouth songs about Jake Connor (hope they enjoyed his first half display yesterday), with dozens of school ages kids about.

Every club has them, but Rovers seem to have a higher proportion than most. Just ignoring the problem is pretty pathetic to be honest.
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Post Sun Apr 21, 2019 6:08 am
Posted by ComeOnYouUll on Sun Apr 21, 2019 6:08 am
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mean_machine wrote:
Look not to defend the indefensible here but a bit of context from a view in the north stand. Obviously I’m not sure where you guys sit so may not have seen noticed all the bother in the east stand corner, but that started from a bottle coming over from you way and hitting an old fella square on the head, knocked him over. That caused the escalation of them coming back and tit for tat.


So basically you're saying "you started it". :roll:
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Post Sun Apr 21, 2019 6:52 am
Posted by Riderofthepalehorse on Sun Apr 21, 2019 6:52 am
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Decent rugby league supporters abhor this kind of bottle throwing, foul mouthed, flare igniting behaviour, it’s mindless uneducated hooligan activity. It blights our City, shames our people, and now we have allegedly injured one of our own children, those from outside of our City need little encouragement to look down on us, we may be divided by sporting beliefs, but loutish standards must not be defended no matter whom you support.
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Post Sun Apr 21, 2019 7:31 am
Posted by Large Paws on Sun Apr 21, 2019 7:31 am
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Irregular Hoops wrote:
Adam Maher is 1000 times the person than the scrote whoever did the graffiti will ever be. He wasn’t the biggest on the rugby pitch, but was one of the bravest.

Every club has idiots, but Rovers need to get a grip on some of their supporters, never mind tweeting how they appreciate each and every one of them (like they did yesterday)

There was a group of them walking across the footbridge after the game yesterday who had no conception in how to behave in public. The language used (in front of kids) from people old enough to know better was disgusting.

This was similar to after the England - New Zealand games last year when (on the footbridge again) a group of Rovers fans proceeded to sing foul mouth songs about Jake Connor (hope they enjoyed his first half display yesterday), with dozens of school ages kids about.

Every club has them, but Rovers seem to have a higher proportion than most. Just ignoring the problem is pretty pathetic to be honest.

I agree with what you say, but, what about the very vociferous chant towards the end of the game, which is often heard, and partaken in by a large section of the South East corner. The one which goes Your F%£("!g S**t.
Loads of young kids within hearing.
Also the one sung by both sets of fans which encourages the taking of a gun to shoot the opposition.
Plenty more examples of foul and abusive language used by fans everywhere, and (some) FC fans are as bad as any other clubs.
Family sport? your having a laugh.
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