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Never liked the European idea of setting fire to stuff

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16th Apr 2009, 22:12  

JokerXL says:

Are there Frenchmen in the crowd, burning sheep?

17th Apr 2009, 15:22

Hamburg SV fans,.,

UEFA quater finals last night, UEFA and City of Manchester Stadium had gone to a bit of trouble to set out coloured cards on all the away supporters seats so that when held up it would display the Hamburg club emblem.

They had a fire with them before the match started.

Was a bloody good game, even if we did lose on aggregate.

17th Apr 2009, 22:12

Viv says:

you were there - Alan thought it one of the best - but what will they do tomorrow?

If you set off smoke bombs or even stood up as they all did straight out and barred for life for the smoke!

19th Apr 2009, 00:53

Viv, Alan is right, it was one of the best games I have seen them play in a long time.

You're right if we had started setting fire works off we would have been out of the ground in seconds..

We should kick the Baggies all over the pitch (sorry Baggie Boy) but as ever there is more than a chance that we won't bother turning up and get turned over. You know what it is like, the games that you think are safe are the ones we seem to have the most problems with..

19th Apr 2009, 07:51

Viv says:

ah well, we will see

Alan is off there again today

19th Apr 2009, 10:56

anthonydillon says:

well another city fan on here.. ill have to meet up with you sometime, couldnt get a ticket for that game, ill put a photo on for you.

5th May 2009, 18:54

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