Bradford vs Penrith.

Bradford vs Penrith.

Post by Steve Morri » Thu, 12 Jun 1997 04:00:00




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>> >SHHHHHHH.
>> >no bradford fans use this ng?
>> >there they went,there they went,there they went.(tee hee)
>> >I cannot help it,they deserve all they get.
>> >Henry :-p

>> Well if that game reflects the difference between RL in Australia and GB
>> I'd say the difference is small.

>> The smiley after your name appears to have something sticking in its
>> mouth, anyone know what this could be???
>> --
>> Steve Morris

>Tongue in cheek my friend,you're not taking all this arm wrestling too
>serious are you Steve?
>Henry:)

I treat NG like conversations, that's the only way to ensure they don't
descend into anarchy. I would like to think that everything I have said
on a NG I would be prepared to repeat (in context) to the person's face.

If in a conversation someone called me: illbred, a jerkoff or a ***er I
would be likely to respond in a rather old fashioned way, particularly
if this abuse was unjustified and a substitute for a reasonable debate.

Steve Morris

 
 
 

Bradford vs Penrith.

Post by Richard Gallagh » Thu, 12 Jun 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

>I have noticed that for the majority of the Australian teams in the WCC,
>they have no major sponsor, only Ansett as minor sponser, no team logo,
>only the SL logo, and color schemes very different from the NSWRL/ ARL
>days.

>Is there a copyright reason for this, or have times simply changed?

When the jerseys were redesigned limits were placed on the amount of
sponsors logo that can be placed on the jersey.  I can remember that
the Auckland Warriors got an exemption because part of their
sponsorship agreement with DB specified the size of the logo to appear
on the jersey.

I think they dropped the team logos just in case the ARL tried to
claim ownership of the logos.  There was even talk that the team names
may have to be changed as well.

--
Richard Gallagher

http://www.wave.co.nz/pages/rhg/richard/

 
 
 

Bradford vs Penrith.

Post by John Drak » Fri, 13 Jun 1997 04:00:00



Quote:

> > SHHHHHHH.
> > no bradford fans use this ng?
> > there they went,there they went,there they went.(tee hee)
> > I cannot help it,they deserve all they get.
> > Henry :-p

> I have to admit I went the game with a view to support the ESL and the
> Bulls, against my better nature. By the start of the match I wanted the
> Panthers due to the arrogance of the Bulls fans. One of these self
> proclaimed experts (and probably not one of the 1500 Northern supporters
> there two years ago) said, 'It's good to have a challenge in an Aussie
> side as no one in Europe can touch us'.

> He was obviously absent from Wembley.

Hmmm, the arrogance of a club's supporters puts you off supporting a
team...? Must be tough being a Leeds supporter and never being able to set
foot inside Headingley on a match day, in that case :-)

By the way, some of my best friends are Rhinos fans :-))

John

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Bradford vs Penrith.

Post by RhinoFa » Fri, 13 Jun 1997 04:00:00

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> : >
> : > SHHHHHHH.
> : > no bradford fans use this ng?
> : > there they went,there they went,there they went.(tee hee)
> : > I cannot help it,they deserve all they get.
> : > Henry :-p

> : I have to admit I went the game with a view to support the ESL and the
> : Bulls, against my better nature. By the start of the match I wanted the
> : Panthers due to the arrogance of the Bulls fans. One of these self
> : proclaimed experts (and probably not one of the 1500 Northern supporters
> : there two years ago) said, 'It's good to have a challenge in an Aussie
> : side as no one in Europe can touch us'.

> : He was obviously absent from Wembley.

> He may have been but didn't understand what was happening. He may have
> thought the Bradford defence refusing to touch St.Helens players equates
> to no one being able to touch Bradford.

> Just a thought.

> 'Arrogance of the Bulls fans'? All of them?

Point taken Chris. I'll settle for most of them. Its great to see big
crowds at Odsal but not when they have the 'Wigan Syndrome' why not be
magnanamous in victory. I'm sure I would be, if we ever won anything!

Paul

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> --
> Chris Russell           | Bradford Bulls - Wembley 1997
> Electronic Imaging Unit |
> University of Bradford  | Tough on St.Helens
> TEL: +44 1274 385463    | Tough on the causes of St.Helens.

 
 
 

Bradford vs Penrith.

Post by Vibrating Bum-Faced Goa » Sat, 14 Jun 1997 04:00:00


: >
: > He may have been but didn't understand what was happening. He may have
: > thought the Bradford defence refusing to touch St.Helens players equates
: > to no one being able to touch Bradford.
: >
: > Just a thought.
: >
: > 'Arrogance of the Bulls fans'? All of them?

: Point taken Chris. I'll settle for most of them. Its great to see big
: crowds at Odsal but not when they have the 'Wigan Syndrome' why not be
: magnanamous in victory. I'm sure I would be, if we ever won anything!

The 'Wigan Syndrome'? You mean the walk? Yeah, it did happen a bit on
Monday. Quite often though, a lot of people leave where they are stood
and go and stand at the top of the ground by the gates on Rooley Avenue.
It makes it easier to get out otherwise you're in a queue getting up the
steps to get out of the ground.

--
Chris Russell           | Bradford Bulls - Wembley 1997
Electronic Imaging Unit |
University of Bradford  | Tough on St.Helens
TEL: +44 1274 385463    | Tough on the causes of St.Helens.

 
 
 

Bradford vs Penrith.

Post by Henry F Franci » Sun, 15 Jun 1997 04:00:00

Quote:






> >> >SHHHHHHH.
> >> >no bradford fans use this ng?
> >> >there they went,there they went,there they went.(tee hee)
> >> >I cannot help it,they deserve all they get.
> >> >Henry :-p

> >> Well if that game reflects the difference between RL in Australia and GB
> >> I'd say the difference is small.

> >> The smiley after your name appears to have something sticking in its
> >> mouth, anyone know what this could be???
> >> --
> >> Steve Morris

> >Tongue in cheek my friend,you're not taking all this arm wrestling too
> >serious are you Steve?
> >Henry:)

> I treat NG like conversations, that's the only way to ensure they don't
> descend into anarchy. I would like to think that everything I have said
> on a NG I would be prepared to repeat (in context) to the person's face.

> If in a conversation someone called me: illbred, a jerkoff or a ***er I
> would be likely to respond in a rather old fashioned way, particularly
> if this abuse was unjustified and a substitute for a reasonable debate.

> Steve Morris

All this animosity must be all one way then aye?