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mimma
December 13, 2014, 2:02pm Report to Moderator
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Apparently the police are not going to separate the two sets of fans for the NE derby. They are going to let them mix before & after the game, according to the Independent newspaper.

It comes from when Sunderland fans raised £20,000 in memory of the two Newcastle fans killed when that plane was shot down, & the fact that it's Christmas time as well. They think that this has eased tensions between the rival sets of fans.

Should be interesting.

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Ridiculous if true
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I think the vast majority of true supporters would welcome this. Yes I am well aware of rivalries and passions that run in football, it would only be idiots that would ruin this. I cannot see it happening however as it is a recipe for disaster and it would be too good an opportunity for a few to settle old scores. Madness.


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What does mixing before and after the game mean? In practice you always get that anyway as people head in all sorts of directions when the game has finished. If they mixed during the game then it would be worth noting.


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What does mixing before and after the game mean? In practice you always get that anyway as people head in all sorts of directions when the game has finished. If they mixed during the game then it would be worth noting.


99% can mix before , during and after the game with no problems,

It's the other 1% we have to worry about,

Or 2% in our case.


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Whilst raising that money was fantastic of Sunderland, I don't think the 'hooligans' will be friendly
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Whilst raising that money was fantastic of Sunderland, I don't think the 'hooligans' will be friendly


Inside the ground your ok, but in my experience outside the ground trust nobody. I made the mistake of wearing a Town scarf outside the ground  ( Valley Parade ) after a game against Bradford City many years ago and got chased by Bradford hooligans, only saving myself by diving through my brother in laws car passenger side window ( open ) while he was driving off to escape.
Also had a lucky escape when targeted by Everton hooligans at a bus stop  in Liverpool after Towns game at Anfield.
After Town played Hull at Boothferry Park a Hull fan/thug ( pretending to be a Town fan )  came over to me outside the ground and asked me in a Hull accent who scored Towns goal, thinking quickly i raised my hands in the air as to not know and said nothing, he disappeared into the crowd looking for another victim.
You unfortunately will never get rid of this scum minority that have no place in football.



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Inside the ground your ok, but in my experience outside the ground trust nobody. I made the mistake of wearing a Town scarf outside the ground  ( Valley Parade ) after a game against Bradford City many years ago and got chased by Bradford hooligans, only saving myself by diving through my brother in laws car passenger side window ( open ) while he was driving off to escape.
Also had a lucky escape when targeted by Everton hooligans at a bus stop  in Liverpool after Towns game at Anfield.
After Town played Hull at Boothferry Park a Hull fan/thug ( pretending to be a Town fan )  came over to me outside the ground and asked me in a Hull accent who scored Towns goal, thinking quickly i raised my hands in the air as to not know and said nothing, he disappeared into the crowd looking for another victim.
You unfortunately will never get rid of this scum minority that have no place in football.


You need to stop wearing Stone Island stuff to matches
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After Town played Hull at Boothferry Park a Hull fan/thug ( pretending to be a Town fan )  came over to me outside the ground and asked me in a Hull accent who scored Towns goal, thinking quickly i raised my hands in the air as to not know and said nothing, he disappeared into the crowd looking for another victim.




"Deeernt Nerrrrr" would have been the correct response.
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The Town players are having their Christmas night out up there that day as well. All dressing in old Newcastle kits.


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