Atrocious Behavior

Atrocious Behavior

Post by MMc » Sat, 08 Jun 2002 20:43:57


The amount of booing and jeering of the Argentinian national anthem by the
English fans was over the top.

I was going to be nuetral for this one, but it's c'mon the Argies after that.

MMcC

 
 
 

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Post by Perf » Sat, 08 Jun 2002 22:57:28


Quote:

> The amount of booing and jeering of the Argentinian national anthem by the
> English fans was over the top.

> I was going to be nuetral for this one, but it's c'mon the Argies after
that.

> MMcC

And of course the Argies didn't boo ours did they ?

Perf.

 
 
 

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Post by MMc » Sat, 08 Jun 2002 23:48:05



Quote:



>> The amount of booing and jeering of the Argentinian national anthem by the
>> English fans was over the top.

>> I was going to be nuetral for this one, but it's c'mon the Argies after
>that.

>> MMcC

>And of course the Argies didn't boo ours did they ?

I could here God Save the Queen loud and clear.
I could barley here the Argentinian national anthem.
Now I expect there to be a few ***ers in every country that possess no class
and boo the opposing country's anthem, but this was way over the top, like
almost half the stadium was booing and jeering.

Maybe you think that's cool or excusable, but I'd be ashamed if I heard Irish
supporters doing the like to that degree.

.
MMcC

 
 
 

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Post by Robbi » Sun, 09 Jun 2002 00:14:33


Quote:




> >> The amount of booing and jeering of the Argentinian national anthem by
the
> >> English fans was over the top.

> >> I was going to be nuetral for this one, but it's c'mon the Argies after
> >that.

> >> MMcC

> >And of course the Argies didn't boo ours did they ?

> I could here God Save the Queen loud and clear.
> I could barley here the Argentinian national anthem.
> Now I expect there to be a few ***ers in every country that possess no
class
> and boo the opposing country's anthem, but this was way over the top, like
> almost half the stadium was booing and jeering.

> Maybe you think that's cool or excusable, but I'd be ashamed if I heard
Irish
> supporters doing the like to that degree.

*** off you miserable cunt. But I agree that the booing is shameful.
 
 
 

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Post by Sven Mischki » Sun, 09 Jun 2002 00:22:00

Quote:

> I could here God Save the Queen loud and clear.
> I could barley here the Argentinian national anthem.

That's the difference of 12,000 vs. 2,000 booing and singing. ;)

Quote:
> Now I expect there to be a few ***ers in every country that possess no class
> and boo the opposing country's anthem, but this was way over the top, like
> almost half the stadium was booing and jeering.

Well, you know the special history between them...

Quote:
> Maybe you think that's cool or excusable, but I'd be ashamed if I heard Irish
> supporters doing the like to that degree.

It's a normal thing in derbies to boo your opponents and their song.

Ciao,
        SM
--
Ha? geh?rt nicht ins Stadion. Solche Gefhle soll man gemeinsam mit
seiner Frau daheim im Wohnzimmer ausleben.
Berti Vogts

 
 
 

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Post by keith.smith1 » Sun, 09 Jun 2002 00:26:05


Quote:

> The amount of booing and jeering of the Argentinian national anthem by the
> English fans was over the top.

> I was going to be nuetral for this one, but it's c'mon the Argies after

that.

Bad call!!!

Quote:

> MMcC

 
 
 

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Post by MMc » Sun, 09 Jun 2002 00:27:36

Quote:





>> Maybe you think that's cool or excusable, but I'd be ashamed if I heard
>Irish
>> supporters doing the like to that degree.

>*** off you miserable cunt. But I agree that the booing is shameful.

You're a class act Robbie.

MMcC

 
 
 

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Post by MMc » Sun, 09 Jun 2002 00:38:52



Quote:



>> The amount of booing and jeering of the Argentinian national anthem by the
>> English fans was over the top.

>> I was going to be nuetral for this one, but it's c'mon the Argies after
>that.

>Bad call!!!

I really couldn't give a fiddler's either way.

But the best team won, no doubt about that.
Just hard to feel sympatethic to England when the fans do shit like that.

MMcC

 
 
 

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Post by Robbi » Sun, 09 Jun 2002 00:45:00


Quote:
> On Fri, 7 Jun 2002 16:26:05 +0100, "keith.smith11"


Quote:



> >> The amount of booing and jeering of the Argentinian national anthem by
the
> >> English fans was over the top.

> >> I was going to be nuetral for this one, but it's c'mon the Argies after
> >that.

> >Bad call!!!

> I really couldn't give a fiddler's either way.

> But the best team won, no doubt about that.
> Just hard to feel sympatethic to England when the fans do shit like that.

Take your sympathy and stick it where the sun don't shine, ***head.
 
 
 

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Post by Robbi » Sun, 09 Jun 2002 00:45:45


Quote:



> >> On Fri, 7 Jun 2002 14:57:28 +0100, "Perf."


Quote:

> >> Maybe you think that's cool or excusable, but I'd be ashamed if I heard
> >Irish
> >> supporters doing the like to that degree.

> >*** off you miserable cunt. But I agree that the booing is shameful.

> You're a class act Robbie.

And you're still a miserable cunt. Take a hike ***er.
 
 
 

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Post by keith.smith1 » Sun, 09 Jun 2002 01:28:30


Quote:
> On Fri, 7 Jun 2002 16:26:05 +0100, "keith.smith11"


Quote:



> >> The amount of booing and jeering of the Argentinian national anthem by
the
> >> English fans was over the top.

> >> I was going to be nuetral for this one, but it's c'mon the Argies after
> >that.

> >Bad call!!!

> I really couldn't give a fiddler's either way.

> But the best team won, no doubt about that.
> Just hard to feel sympatethic to England when the fans do shit like that.

Sympathetic about what?

- Show quoted text -

Quote:

> MMcC

 
 
 

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Post by Perf » Sun, 09 Jun 2002 02:46:42


Quote:




> >> The amount of booing and jeering of the Argentinian national anthem by
the
> >> English fans was over the top.

> >> I was going to be nuetral for this one, but it's c'mon the Argies after
> >that.

> >> MMcC

> >And of course the Argies didn't boo ours did they ?

> I could here God Save the Queen loud and clear.
> I could barley here the Argentinian national anthem.
> Now I expect there to be a few ***ers in every country that possess no
class
> and boo the opposing country's anthem, but this was way over the top, like
> almost half the stadium was booing and jeering.

> Maybe you think that's cool or excusable, but I'd be ashamed if I heard
Irish
> supporters doing the like to that degree.

> .
> MMcC

If you read the post properly dimwit, I merely indulged in a little sarcasm
in order to give the other half of the story.

Some people may not have seen the game and you could have given completely
the wrong impression.

I utterly condemn the practice of booing any countries National Anthem,
irrespective of the history involved.

I think your comments are totally hypocritical given the fact that you are
Irish. The British national anthem was not allowed to be played during rugby
internationals at Landsdowne Road for a number of years.This was for
precisely the same reason that you are getting sanctimonious about, i.e. the
Irish RFU were afraid that Irish supporters would boo it.

I have a number of Irish friends who were appalled at this situation, in
1973 the English team were the only ones to have the balls to play in
Ireland and received a massive reception (for the first and last time) when
they walked onto the pitch.

Don't let your petty little bigotries cloud the issue.

Perf.

 
 
 

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Post by MMc » Sun, 09 Jun 2002 13:29:47



Quote:







>> >> The amount of booing and jeering of the Argentinian national anthem by
>the
>> >> English fans was over the top.

>> >> I was going to be nuetral for this one, but it's c'mon the Argies after
>> >that.

>> >> MMcC

>> >And of course the Argies didn't boo ours did they ?

>> I could here God Save the Queen loud and clear.
>> I could barley here the Argentinian national anthem.
>> Now I expect there to be a few ***ers in every country that possess no
>class
>> and boo the opposing country's anthem, but this was way over the top, like
>> almost half the stadium was booing and jeering.

>> Maybe you think that's cool or excusable, but I'd be ashamed if I heard
>Irish
>> supporters doing the like to that degree.

>> .
>> MMcC

>If you read the post properly dimwit, I merely indulged in a little sarcasm
>in order to give the other half of the story.
>Some people may not have seen the game and you could have given completely
>the wrong impression.

And what wrong impression would that be?

Quote:
>I utterly condemn the practice of booing any countries National Anthem,
>irrespective of the history involved.

Fair enough.

Quote:
>I think your comments are totally hypocritical given the fact that you are
>Irish. The British national anthem was not allowed to be played during rugby
>internationals at Landsdowne Road for a number of years.
>This was for
>precisely the same reason that you are getting sanctimonious about, i.e. the
>Irish RFU were afraid that Irish supporters would boo it.

You're talking through your hole.
Early on the UK national anthem was played at ALL of Ireland's HOME games along
with the Irish national anthem, because, as you know, the rugby team is an
All-island team and encompasses 2 countries.
Then the games would alternate between Ravenhill in Belfast and lansdowne Rd in
Dublin. God Save the Queen was played in Ravenhill and the Irish national anthem
in Dublin.
Then as crowds got bigger all internationals were played at Lansdowne as
Ravenhill is too small, and nobody could agree as to what anthem should be
played and many people in Dublin felt uncomfortable with what they thought was a
foreign anthem played at home games.

And so for a good while NO national anthem was played at lansdaowne, not the
Irish national anthem nor the visiting team's. That is why there was no UK
national anthem for England games back then.

Now the bland "Ireland's Call" is used out of respect for Northern players on
the team for away games and mhrn na Bhfiann is used at home .

Irish fans, in most any sporting code, are generally considerate. There are some
***heads, like I said I expect a few ***ers in every country, my own included,
and I and condemn them.

Quote:
>I have a number of Irish friends who were appalled at this situation, in
>1973 the English team were the only ones to have the balls to play in
>Ireland and received a massive reception (for the first and last time) when
>they walked onto the pitch.

The French never stopped coming.

And why wouldn't England recieve a massive reception? Just because the Scots and
Welsh were afraid to come to Dublin because of some bullshit that was happening
100 miles up the road (ironically enough, in part of their own country, the
UK!).

Quote:
>Don't let your petty little bigotries cloud the issue.

Listen, mate, don't project bigotries onto me, you silly cunt. You got that?
I've never held anything against England or the English.

I did point out that English supporters were drowning out (and it must have been
a sizeable portion of them for that to happen) a national anthem and that that
was classless. I would have made the same observation if the English national
anthem was drowned out by the Argies.
I wasn't asking you to feel in any way repsonible for this, or apologise in any
way, so get over it for ***'s sake.

If you are so insecure in your nationality that you can't handle someone
pointing out classless acts by some of your compatriots, which is not an attack
on England, English people in general, or you personally, then there are people
that you can pay to help you with that professionally.

Quote:
>Perf.

MMcC
 
 
 

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Post by Victoria Barret » Sun, 09 Jun 2002 13:40:01


Quote:
> I did point out that English supporters were drowning out (and it must
have been
> a sizeable portion of them for that to happen) a national anthem and that
that
> was classless. I would have made the same observation if the English
national
> anthem was drowned out by the Argies.

They did. However, some people only choose to point out one side of the
story.

For the record, these yobbos from both sides are classless louts whose
entire life is spent waiting to vent in this fashion, to make up for years
of self-imposed frustration and lack of imagination. I have no sympathy for
anyone who boos another country's anthem whatsoever, wherever they are from.

 
 
 

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Post by MMc » Sun, 09 Jun 2002 13:59:27



Quote:


>> I did point out that English supporters were drowning out (and it must
>have been
>> a sizeable portion of them for that to happen) a national anthem and that
>that
>> was classless. I would have made the same observation if the English
>national
>> anthem was drowned out by the Argies.

>They did. However, some people only choose to point out one side of the
>story.

To my ears they didn't. GSTQ was coming through loud and clear on my telly.

But that aside, your obvious insuation is that I possess somekind of
anti-English bias and that I intentionally "choose to point out one side of the
story", as you put it. and that's a load of bollocks.

But whatever, believe what you want to believe.
I feel no need to unconditionally prove, or disprove, to you, or anyone else,
something that I know is not true about myself.

MMcC