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 Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: DAFC2015  
Date:   Wed 31 Oct 22:21

Neil Lennon got hit with a coin after winding the Jambo fans up, they probably gave him abuse the whole game but as soon as he gave them some back they couldn't handle it!

And as for the hibs fans pushing or hitting the hearts keeper is disgraceful

Shocking scenes, and such a boring game! The Edinburgh Derby in recent years has been horrendous but yet it's built up to be something great
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: ParsYob  
Date:   Wed 31 Oct 22:36

My old man was a Jambo in his younger days. Anytime I think I feel a soft spot for them, their moronic element do something like this.

Obviously Lennon shouldn’t have done what he did but who knows what abuse was coming his way the whole game
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: kingseat par  
Date:   Wed 31 Oct 22:52

Both assistant referees hit by objects thrown from the crowd as well.
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: donj  
Date:   Wed 31 Oct 23:12

Football used to be supporting your team,but now the moronic element think that attacking someone is support.Also notice loads of smokebombs now which we never saw in the past.

The world has gone strange and not just in football crowds.
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: DrumRoad  
Date:   Wed 31 Oct 23:15

If all that’s true then both clubs will receive heavy fines & likely other sanctions as well

The hooligan element within the support is a liability that clubs cannot afford but is almost impossible to irradicate completely

Catch them, fine them, ban them & stick them in the pokey for a bit, oh & a spot community service working with the very clubs they abuse wouldn’t go amiss either

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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: PARrot  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 00:02

Birch. It would only take once and they would never want it again.

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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: Boston Red Sox  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 00:28

Playing devils advocate here.

No excuse for the assault on the keeper but he went down like a burning zeppelin.

Sending off was never a red card, if so at least two jambos should have been off too.

Lennon was a complete Bell end just before the incident, doesn’t excuse the resultant assault but he’s meant to be a professional not a ned


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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: Hummingbird Harry  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 00:34

I think the hibs staff and bench were genuinely embarrassed at the way Lennon threw himself down, it hit him on the chest!!

Hope they get the idiot that threw the coin though. Silly boy
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: daviepars1885  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 05:14

The hearts fans were at it on Sunday tae. Couple of vids doing the rounds. Hearts Bawbag launched a bottle and hit one of his own a 70 year old lady. Utter scum
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: General Zod  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 05:38

As Ive said several times in here before, hearts fans are absolute vermin. Arrogant tosses.
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: RossF  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 05:48

To be honest, I thought it was hilarious what Lennon did. People need to learn to take a joke. He takes tonnes of abuse, whether it be in a stadium or when he goes out for a drink with friends and when he gives it back this is the result. Disgusting behaviour from the fan. Fair play to Levein for tearing into the fan who threw the coin.
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: Hummingbird Harry  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 08:03

can someone please blame the old firm before it’s too late. I thought this behaviour is only found in the west
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: 68Great  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 08:45

Who is this Old Firm you speak of? Are they the same team?
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: Slevin Kelevra  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 09:10

Hearts and Hibs are both as bad as each other.

Hundreds of Hibs fans singing
“Have you heard of the rumour
Wallace Mercer has a tumour
What a wonderful way to spend your day
Watching Wallace Mercer pass away” is next level bawbaggery.

We got style and we got grace
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: mach1  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 09:26

Perhaps you would care to repeat that statement to a few of my friends General Zod.
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: AdamAntsParsStripe  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 09:31

Quote:

Hummingbird Harry, Thu 1 Nov 08:03

can someone please blame the old firm before it’s too late. I thought this behaviour is only found in the west


The old firm died in 2012 mate.

If you only turn up to moan then do it elsewhere
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: widtink  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 10:02

^^^^
Love it...
Telt 😂

ADMIN.... min 😏

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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: Westies squint kicks  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 10:12

A pregnant woman cant take a plastic bottle of water and a kid can't take a Capri sun into a game but any ned can have a pocket full of coins, very good.
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: LesliePar  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 10:30

Are you actually proposing that stewards start confiscating people's money?

COYP!

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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: Westies squint kicks  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 10:46

LesliePar wrote:

> Are you actually proposing that stewards start confiscating
> people's money?
>
>

Yes totally take all the coins off people and make them pay with their phone, ffs do you not get the point ?
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: back oh the net  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 10:54

Quote:

mach1, Thu 01 Nov 09:26

Perhaps you would care to repeat that statement to a few of my friends General Zod.


Why the vast majority of hearts fans I have came across are utter scum so zod isn’t really that far off the mark

Come on ye pars ⚽️
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: veteraneastender  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 12:39

“Take all coins off people......”

This is 1st November, not April !!!
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: Sierra Nevada  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 12:45

How come Police Scotland don't threaten to shut down areas on Tyncastle or Easter Road, when there have been many more incidents of bad fan behaviour than ever witnessed at EEP.

Yet section L was closed after one or two incidents due to the Police Scotland apparently giving us no option.
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: Westies squint kicks  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 13:02

Topic Originator: veteraneastender like | nolike
Date: Thu 1 Nov 12:39

“Take all coins off people......”

This is 1st November, not April !!!

It was sarcasm due to the stupidity of the previous poster.
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: mach1  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 13:19

"Topic Originator: back oh the net like | nolike
Date: Thu 1 Nov 10:54

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mach1, Thu 01 Nov 09:26

Perhaps you would care to repeat that statement to a few of my friends General Zod.


Why the vast majority of hearts fans I have came across are utter scum so zod isn’t really that far off the mark"


You haven't met very many then, and you certainly haven't met my now deceased father.

There are all sorts of scum around. I suggest you take a bit of thought about what you post and maybe come out from your keyboard and make the remarks face to face.

I have had my lip split and a couple of teeth broken by Hearts fans 50 years ago, but I would never call the majority of them scum, but then I don't judge people by their football colours, not even the stupid people within our own support.
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: Bamba-Daft  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 13:24

Quote:

Sierra Nevada, Thu 01 Nov 12:45

How come Police Scotland don't threaten to shut down areas on Tyncastle or Easter Road, when there have been many more incidents of bad fan behaviour than ever witnessed at EEP.

Yet section L was closed after one or two incidents due to the Police Scotland apparently giving us no option.


It shows the “police made us close it” is utter nonsense and an easy way out for the board.
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: AdamAntsParsStripe  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 13:26

Quote:

Sierra Nevada, Thu 1 Nov 12:45

How come Police Scotland don't threaten to shut down areas on Tyncastle or Easter Road, when there have been many more incidents of bad fan behaviour than ever witnessed at EEP.

Yet section L was closed after one or two incidents due to the Police Scotland apparently giving us no option.


Police know Pars fans are an easy target that's why.

Our Board get easily scared and bow to their wishes.

Nothing happens when Celtic or Rangers visit though when they sing their vile songs, stand the whole game and all the while, the police turn their heads away.

Why our BOD dont stand up for our own fans has never stood well with me and I'm going way back 30 years so not just the current one.

If you only turn up to moan then do it elsewhere
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: Sliema Par  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 14:00

The fact that the Scottish Football Authorities continue to resist adherence to "Strict Liability" ,to appease two Scottish clubs, is becoming untenable.

The fact Labour rushed to get anti sectarian laws abolished too has emboldened two of the clubs involved.

The Scottish Government needs to step in since the blazers cannot get their house in order.

The morons involved would think twice if their actions led directly to League points being deducted or a Stand or the entire Stadium closed for a couple of games.

The CCTV cameras at Tynecastle will catch those involved.
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: Lambo1885  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 15:29

In regards section L, was it not the case the Police said it was to be closed or there would need to be a police presence on a match day, which increases costs significantly. Where Hearts already have a police presence at game and more so when the play Hibs? I could be totally wrong tho.......
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: Stanza  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 15:34

That's my understanding too, Lambo.

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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: chewie  
Date:   Thu 1 Nov 17:32

Correct Lambo.

Hearts and Hibs can afford extra police, which will undoubtedly be enforced now. We can't. I would rather have the cage open again, but this isn't really a fair comparison.
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: back oh the net  
Date:   Fri 2 Nov 00:16

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mach1, Thu 01 Nov 13:19

"Topic Originator: back oh the net like | nolike
Date: Thu 1 Nov 10:54

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mach1, Thu 01 Nov 09:26

Perhaps you would care to repeat that statement to a few of my friends General Zod.


Why the vast majority of hearts fans I have came across are utter scum so zod isn’t really that far off the mark"


You haven't met very many then, and you certainly haven't met my now deceased father.

There are all sorts of scum around. I suggest you take a bit of thought about what you post and maybe come out from your keyboard and make the remarks face to face.

I have had my lip split and a couple of teeth broken by Hearts fans 50 years ago, but I would never call the majority of them scum, but then I don't judge people by their football colours, not even the stupid people within our own support.


Wow wow wow I have friends who are hearts fans my grandad was a hearts fan but the fact still remains a large part of their fan base are scum but if you want me to make my remarks face to face then I’ll be in Charlie d’s before the Falkirk game but I have a funny feeling you’ll pass on this so maybe it’s you who needs to think before posting

Come on ye pars ⚽️
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: WORST  
Date:   Fri 2 Nov 06:25

edited by me as I can’t be arsed getting involved.





Post Edited (Fri 02 Nov 07:56)
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: WORST  
Date:   Fri 2 Nov 06:29

AAPS once again thinking that the BOD should allow the rules to be broken by a minority of Pars fans, then go and fight the law on the minoritys behalf.



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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: DBP  
Date:   Fri 2 Nov 06:51

I think there's a distinction between individuals away from the group and how the group behaves.
In some cases and on some occasions those two things can be very different.
I personally don't like hearts fans because Gorgie Road is still one of the places I can hear sectarian bile (and I'll give you this game in reference as an example)
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: GG Riva  
Date:   Fri 2 Nov 07:57

I'm reluctant to get into this argument, but to make sweeping, factually inaccurate statements, such as "the vast majority of Hearts fans are scum", isn't too clever.

Hearts, like most major clubs, will have an unruly element among their support. Generally speaking, the bigger the support, the greater the number of roasters in it. I'd be surprised if Hearts fans contained a larger percentage of troublemakers in their support than Hibs, Celtic, Rangers or even the Pars. We don't have too many hotheads, but then our fan base is much smaller than the city clubs, so we have to express the comparison in %age terms to make it valid.



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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: Slevin Kelevra  
Date:   Fri 2 Nov 08:19

Quote:

back oh the net, Fri 02 Nov 00:16

Quote:

mach1, Thu 01 Nov 13:19

"Topic Originator: back oh the net like | nolike
Date: Thu 1 Nov 10:54

Quote:

mach1, Thu 01 Nov 09:26

Perhaps you would care to repeat that statement to a few of my friends General Zod.


Why the vast majority of hearts fans I have came across are utter scum so zod isn’t really that far off the mark"


You haven't met very many then, and you certainly haven't met my now deceased father.

There are all sorts of scum around. I suggest you take a bit of thought about what you post and maybe come out from your keyboard and make the remarks face to face.

I have had my lip split and a couple of teeth broken by Hearts fans 50 years ago, but I would never call the majority of them scum, but then I don't judge people by their football colours, not even the stupid people within our own support.


Wow wow wow I have friends who are hearts fans my grandad was a hearts fan but the fact still remains a large part of their fan base are scum but if you want me to make my remarks face to face then I’ll be in Charlie d’s before the Falkirk game but I have a funny feeling you’ll pass on this so maybe it’s you who needs to think before posting


You are @ it boy. A large part of their fan base? Hearts have about 20,000 fans. You’ll be speaking for about 20. Just because you state it as ‘fact’ means absolutely heehaw and I’m sure everyone can see through that. You don’t like hearts end of.

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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: WORST  
Date:   Fri 2 Nov 10:45

Topic Originator: Bamba-Daft like | nolike
Date: Thu 1 Nov 13:24

Quote:

Sierra Nevada, Thu 01 Nov 12:45

How come Police Scotland don't threaten to shut down areas on Tyncastle or Easter Road, when there have been many more incidents of bad fan behaviour than ever witnessed at EEP.

Yet section L was closed after one or two incidents due to the Police Scotland apparently giving us no option.


<<<<<It shows the “police made us close it” is utter nonsense and an easy way out for the board.>>>>>
——
How does it show that?
Are you saying that the BOD took it upon themselves to close “L” down?
Since you know so much about this please enlighten us as to why they took such measures? Or you could simply ignore my request and prove you’re talking utter urine.
Personally, I think you will ignore it as you know you’re talking complete and utter urine.



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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: widtink  
Date:   Fri 2 Nov 15:55

BBC News - Neil Lennon: Hibernian boss 'may reconsider position' after coin incident
http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/46073396

ADMIN.... min 😏

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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: GG Riva  
Date:   Fri 2 Nov 18:29

Quote:

widtink, Fri 2 Nov 15:55

BBC News - Neil Lennon: Hibernian boss 'may reconsider position' after coin incident
http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/46073396


While it could be argued that his actions towards the Hearts fans were provocative, it cannot be used to justify the reaction. To suggest he brings it on himself and deserves what he gets, is way off the mark.

There can be no doubt that the bile and abuse directed towards Lennon is way over the top and is a lot more complex than some people are willing to admit. The point he makes about only becoming a hate figure among his own N. Ireland fans after signing for Celtic, gives much food for thought.



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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: mach1  
Date:   Fri 2 Nov 20:31

Sadly, Lennon because of his own personality attracts the poisonous behaviour of any bigot with an anti Catholic agenda and there are plenty.

Equally, such as Graham Souness would have attracted the same sort of response from bigots from the anti Rangers, anti Protestant mentality.

It is the poison of history which has invaded our football culture and lingers like a bad smell, despite the many, many incidents over many, many years.
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: veteraneastender  
Date:   Fri 2 Nov 20:42

Gordon Strachan said much the same when he became manager of Celtic - he couldn't go out socially, even with his wife, in the West of Scotland - he was either given grief from the blue nose contigent, or pestered by the green side of the divide.
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: Hummingbird Harry  
Date:   Sat 3 Nov 07:23

Can’t believe he’s greeting about sectarianism , he was caught on camera calling rangers fans orange bs . You can take the bhoy our if the victim mentality club but you can’t take the victim mentality out of the bhoy
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 Re: Edinburgh Derby
Topic Originator: mach1  
Date:   Sat 3 Nov 08:17

Been waiting for this one.

I guess the closet door was locked.

The irony of the post is incredible.

Should it not be Hunningbird Harry?
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