Now I dont want to upset any genuine good hearted Hull KR supporters, but
you and more importantly supporters of other clubs who have to visit Hull KR
need to be aware of an element of Rovers supporters, who are bringing
disgrace to their club.
I went to the Doncaster game at KR on Sunday, and the Doncaster fans were
subject to nothing but foul language, sweets being thrown at them,
apparently some were spat at, and a stone landed fairly close to a young
child. Reading the programme, it seems that the Batley fans were also
subject to this in the previous game, after a Bulldogs supporter had written
a complaint to the Hull KR Club.
Another warning about Rovers. Any away supporters will not be allowed in
their bar, it is club policy on the advice of the police. Even members of
the travelling supporters clubs will not have anywhere inside the ground to
enjoy a drink. You will not get told this until you are inside the ground,
so have a great tee-total day when you go.
The one thing that stopped the day being a complete disaster, was that the
Dragons competed and defended very well, and shocked the supporters of both
clubs who were expecting a fifty pointer. The Dragons are going one way, and
that is upwards.
Once again, I dont want to upset the genuine supporters of KR, but if you
have your clubs well being at heart, then I suggest, you campaign for a bar
to be made available to travelling supporters (even if its a different bar
to the one the home supporters go in) apparently there is another inside one
of the stands.
But more importantly, you insist on some sort of temporary policing.,
because what has happened in the Batley and Doncaster games cannot and must
not be allowed to continue.