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i am sure it will go off in dale tonight :stretcher: but i hope its still raining so that our fans get home safely

Are you suggesting that any likely hooligan behaviour would be rained off, Bob?

 

If the rain's stopped, maybe bad light'll see them home all right.

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Hughesyyyyyy !!!!! - Latics fans all over rochdale - the little rochdale yoof legged it early doors and town totally blue . Dont worry about anyone - cream rises to the top - come on you blueeesssssssss !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! oh happy days !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Dale youth walked past the Litten Tree at about half 5. They had about ten older lads tucked in the corner by the door about an hour before that - who left once it got a little busy (of Latics). The dale youth took one look at how many 'tics were in and shot off up the road down the backstreets.

 

So much for black eye's all round. The Latics lot were getting escorted by the Potato factory when I went past after the game. Funniest was the dale lad with his kid in the WMG. What a role model for his kid he must be, trying to kick off whilst clutching his daughter in his arms. Pr*ck!

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Yes, thanks for that, I know he's no idiot. He was caught up with the rest of them between the bobby's.

 

See 'mob' in ' ' marks!!!

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went for a few beers in the dale bar at the ground - (very few 'tics btw ! )- chattin to a few dale fans i know who were in town early doors and they said that they were seriously intimidated by latics fans that they fired off to spotland early doors. I asked them about the rochdale 'yoof' - 1 guy told me that they had asked him to join them and were plotted up in the backstreets but when they say the massed ranks of Latics fans they quickly melted away !. Piss poor home crowd and simply because of our support we deserved the result ! onwards and upwards but hope nerxt time we actually threaten to score a bit more - after all thats what it all about innit ??

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went for a few beers in the dale bar at the ground - (very few 'tics btw ! )- chattin to a few dale fans i know who were in town early doors and they said that they were seriously intimidated by latics fans that they fired off to spotland early doors. I asked them about the rochdale 'yoof' - 1 guy told me that they had asked him to join them and were plotted up in the backstreets but when they say the massed ranks of Latics fans they quickly melted away !. Piss poor home crowd and simply because of our support we deserved the result ! onwards and upwards but hope nerxt time we actually threaten to score a bit more - after all thats what it all about innit ??

 

You'll be pleased to know we were frogmarched all round Rochdale, roads were shut everywhere to 'catch the last train' which somehow the GMP deliberately made us miss, we then had to stand around on Drake St for about half hour whilst the OB arranged taxis and a 409. Unbelievably bad policing, if it wanted to 'go off' it could of done.

 

FARCE

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You'll be pleased to know we were frogmarched all round Rochdale, roads were shut everywhere to 'catch the last train' which somehow the GMP deliberately made us miss, we then had to stand around on Drake St for about half hour whilst the OB arranged taxis and a 409. Unbelievably bad policing, if it wanted to 'go off' it could of done.

 

FARCE

We were just ahead of you lot, having gone into town in the vain hope of getting a last beer. We made sure we kept a suitable distance so Dibble didn't associate us with such riff-raff, hence we got into a taxi and went home no problems :)

 

I was wondering why they were marching you to the train station when a) there was most likely not going to be a train by the time you got there and b ) the train is a really crap way to get to where the majority probably live. From where they were positioning the vans along the way it looked like they were afraid it was going to go off in the takeaways down the bottom of Drake Street. I did wonder if your group had had a run up with the Daley Massif as you got so much attention, but I guess you were the only big group in the town centre so it gave them something to do.

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Sure most of those around me last night i won't see again until Leeds/udders hit town ... find all these stone island boys rather sad and pathetic, ruined a good pint before hand for me with their simple war cries :lol: of 'no surrender' in the pub.

 

town totally blue ???? who really cares

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Buote name='Markoasis' date='Aug 13 2008, 19:48 PM' post='153744']

Sure most of those around me last night i won't see again until Leeds/udders hit town ... find all these stone island boys rather sad and pathetic, ruined a good pint before hand for me with their simple war cries :lol: of 'no surrender' in the pub.

 

town totally blue ???? who really cares

 

I had a quiet little tipple in the Church Inn, dark but tranquil!!!!!! B)

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Sure most of those around me last night i won't see again until Leeds/udders hit town ... find all these stone island boys rather sad and pathetic, ruined a good pint before hand for me with their simple war cries :lol: of 'no surrender' in the pub.

 

town totally blue ???? who really cares

 

 

Quite, and bravo to the arseholes who were singing 'No surrender to the f*****g Muslims' and raising Nazi salutes as an Asian woman walked past in the Litten Tree, and proceeded to sing their favourite song for a while longer.

 

It was embarrassing to be seen to be following the same team as them.

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Quite, and bravo to the arseholes who were singing 'No surrender to the f*****g Muslims' and raising Nazi salutes as an Asian woman walked past in the Litten Tree, and proceeded to sing their favourite song for a while longer.

 

It was embarrassing to be seen to be following the same team as them.

 

Yet the worrying thing for me is that the young fans actually believe this is acceptable. A few links from them singing this in a pub in Crewe and glory talk of the FYC as been posted by young fans on here who actually look up this these :censored:. The amount of 13-16 years old stone Island clones near me last night was crazy and you know what not many of them actually watched the game to busy giving the gestures to the Dale fans...........

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I have to say its rather pathetic people coming on here bragging about how they seen this set of fans of or that or fronted people up.

 

Its a disgracful side of the game and these people aint true fans. If people want to go beat ten bells of dung out of each other then go do it where no one can see it and dont do it in the name of our football club, fighting has got nothing to do with the beutiful game.

 

This is supposed to be the OFFICAL forum of our football club, how bad does it make our so called family club look when these half wits come on here posting the rubbish that they do?

 

Come on guys lets stick to the football.

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Yet the worrying thing for me is that the young fans actually believe this is acceptable. A few links from them singing this in a pub in Crewe and glory talk of the FYC as been posted by young fans on here who actually look up this these :censored:. The amount of 13-16 years old stone Island clones near me last night was crazy and you know what not many of them actually watched the game to busy giving the gestures to the Dale fans...........

 

 

More worrying still is how these little muppets can afford Stone Island and Burberry, it`s not cheap :shock: Mummy and Daddy must be paying for it all :o

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End o' day boys will be boys and fight...especially at times when they're coming up against lads from other towns. Has happened for centuries, and will probably go on for centuries. Not saying it's right and it's certainly not nice, but just think some of us need to be more realistic.

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Dale youth walked past the Litten Tree at about half 5. They had about ten older lads tucked in the corner by the door about an hour before that - who left once it got a little busy (of Latics). The dale youth took one look at how many 'tics were in and shot off up the road down the backstreets.

 

So much for black eye's all round. The Latics lot were getting escorted by the Potato factory when I went past after the game. Funniest was the dale lad with his kid in the WMG. What a role model for his kid he must be, trying to kick off whilst clutching his daughter in his arms. Pr*ck!

 

It was even funnier walking back into the centre,as the 'YOOF'were walking back towards the ground in a menacing manner :grin: looking for latics fans,only to part like the red sea as about six of us walked down the street

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