Hull fans

Hull fans

Post by The Hull FC Sharks » Tue, 29 Apr 1997 04:00:00


I am shocked to read these disturbing reports about the hallowed
threepenny stand fans behaviour, can this be true I ask myself.
Hull FC fans are the most friendliest,  well behaved, generous,and
humerous souls in the whole of RL.I can not believe the reports that are
being written here in this site. I think that the persona who wrote this
pack of untruths was possibly drunk from the strong ale he/she may have
consumed off of the ground and also he/she may have been slightly biased
towards Hull after Huddersfield where shall we be polite and state
humiliated beyond belief by a far classier outfit than Mr Schofields
team. 99.9% of Hull fans are well mannered and how many of you so called
fans remember the times when your own team management looked forward to
the visit of Hull to their grounds in the thousands and enjoyed a happy
momentous day at the game . Some of you who have slandered the Hull fans
have extremely short memories or to young to be around when 3 to 4
thousand Hull fans where visiting .You only remember the bad things
inlife and seem to forget all the good times.

 
 
 

Hull fans

Post by Paul McNal » Wed, 30 Apr 1997 04:00:00

On Mon, 28 Apr 1997 22:04:18 -0700, "The Hull FC Sharks." <"MELLAM

Quote:

>I am shocked to read these disturbing reports about the hallowed
>threepenny stand fans behaviour, can this be true I ask myself.
>Hull FC fans are the most friendliest,  well behaved, generous,and
>humerous souls in the whole of RL.I can not believe the reports that are
>being written here in this site. I think that the persona who wrote this
>pack of untruths was possibly drunk from the strong ale he/she may have
>consumed off of the ground and also he/she may have been slightly biased
>towards Hull after Huddersfield where shall we be polite and state
>humiliated beyond belief by a far classier outfit than Mr Schofields
>team. 99.9% of Hull fans are well mannered and how many of you so called
>fans remember the times when your own team management looked forward to
>the visit of Hull to their grounds in the thousands and enjoyed a happy
>momentous day at the game . Some of you who have slandered the Hull fans
>have extremely short memories or to young to be around when 3 to 4
>thousand Hull fans where visiting .You only remember the bad things
>inlife and seem to forget all the good times.

I remember when they tried to burn our stand down the day after the
Bradford fire disaster if that's any help? :)

Paul

 
 
 

Hull fans

Post by RhinoFa » Wed, 30 Apr 1997 04:00:00


Quote:

> I am shocked to read these disturbing reports about the hallowed
> threepenny stand fans behaviour, can this be true I ask myself.
> Hull FC fans are the most friendliest,  well behaved, generous,and
> humerous souls in the whole of RL.I can not believe the reports that are
> being written here in this site. I think that the persona who wrote this
> pack of untruths was possibly drunk from the strong ale he/she may have
> consumed off of the ground and also he/she may have been slightly biased
> towards Hull after Huddersfield where shall we be polite and state
> humiliated beyond belief by a far classier outfit than Mr Schofields
> team. 99.9% of Hull fans are well mannered and how many of you so called
> fans remember the times when your own team management looked forward to
> the visit of Hull to their grounds in the thousands and enjoyed a happy
> momentous day at the game . Some of you who have slandered the Hull fans
> have extremely short memories or to young to be around when 3 to 4
> thousand Hull fans where visiting .You only remember the bad things
> inlife and seem to forget all the good times.

I have to admit that the Boulevard is the ground I most dread travelling
to. In my short seven years of following Leeds (not as many as some of
you guys have notched up - but I'm getting there) I have only ever
witnessed *** of any type on five occasions. Once was a drunk at
Wakefield, once a glancing blow from a Warrington supporter to a Leeds
supporter as we changed ends at Wilderspool and three times at Hull.

The local 'youths' need sorting out before they kill someone! The
stewards do nothing and the club actually incite the problems. Remember
the famous amplification of 'Judas, Judas' through the P.A. aimed at
Schofield.

Whilst I agree that it is less than .1% of the crowd doing this it still
makes away supporters fearful of travelling. The club needs to get a
grip!

Paul
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Post by S.M.Ma.. » Fri, 02 May 1997 04:00:00

May I just say that if fans do experience problems with Hull supporters,
then please report it to the stewards who wear white jackets (not yellow
ones).  These are official police stewards, and will not ignore crowd
trouble as they are there in an independent capacity.  If these 'bad'
fans are not reported to the club, we cannot do anything about it as we
don't know who they are.
Suzanne