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Ongoing issues with UEFA (two sanctions and counting)


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3 minutes ago, ian1964 said:

It's also nonsensical to blame one section, in fact it is more prevalent at away matches!

When it happens at Ibrox it’s mainly BF1 Ian. I’m usually defending them, but there is no hiding this. That’s where it starts. The example is St Joseph’s and that’s where it came from, albeit only for a minute or so.

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Just now, ian1964 said:

It's also nonsensical to blame one section, in fact it is more prevalent at away matches!

You trying to tell me that what I hear in the front row of the West Enclosure emanating from BF1 isn't actually coming from BF1?

 

I'm all too aware of the singing at away matches both in Scotland and Europe.

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1 hour ago, forlanssister said:

You trying to tell me that what I hear in the front row of the West Enclosure emanating from BF1 isn't actually coming from BF1?

 

I'm all too aware of the singing at away matches both in Scotland and Europe.

No, and I am not condoning the singing, in fact I am totally against singing these song only because we are not allowed to, I am saying for instance in the last game v Separate Entity FC the whole stadium was singing the same songs and the away fans are worse for singing these songs. I was genuinely wondering what section would be shut down! it's not as if that section is the only ones responsible! again I am not trying to defend them.

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