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Saw some of that last season, but not this time.

Just the deranged ranting of adolescents and the occasional forty something, when we took our customary lead.

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The fans who sit near the away fans are, without exception, the lowest dregs of society. Foaming at the mouth seethe at every opportunity for daring to laugh at/insult the 'institution'. I genuinely don't have the time or energy to be that seething for a full 90 minutes, guess that's why I'm not a member of ra peepul.

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The Sevco fans that sit near the away fans are responsible for the domestic abuse statistics in Glasgow when Rangers lost Old Firm games imo. Slavering, seething messes

Absolute cretins, every single one of them

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Sadly, there is no desire at Rangers to rid themselves of these fuckwitts. Why would there be when they are buying season tickets and every bit of tat merchandise that is pumped out by the club/Ashley.

The authorities don't want to get involved, that much is clear. It has being going on so long they just look the other way like it is an abusive relationship.

On a lighter note (no pun intended) my favourite brain cripple seethe, happened when Lyle put us one or two up at Palmerston in April. Cue some retard from the Rangers end launching their new I-phone 6 onto the pitch - what a fanny.

They must have been regretting it the minute it left their fused finger and thumb.

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We dont go to ibrox any more because of the way were treated there last season and the flag situation plus coin throwing and stewards who dont generally have a clue.There was even a rangers fan who walked past a steward onto the track right in front of the away fans.He unveiled a red hand of ulster flag gave us all the finger,abuse etc before 2 or 3 minutes later he was escorted out.The idiots near the away section gave him high 5s as he want and it was like something out of green street ffs.There is a lot of decent rangers fans in fact i know a lot of them in kirkcaldy and other parts of fife and they tire of those so called fans who give their club a bad name.

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We dont go to ibrox any more because of the way were treated there last season and the flag situation plus coin throwing and stewards who dont generally have a clue.There was even a rangers fan who walked past a steward onto the track right in front of the away fans.He unveiled a red hand of ulster flag gave us all the finger,abuse etc before 2 or 3 minutes later he was escorted out.The idiots near the away section gave him high 5s as he want and it was like something out of green street ffs.There is a lot of decent rangers fans in fact i know a lot of them in kirkcaldy and other parts of fife and they tire of those so called fans who give their club a bad name.

Yet continue to sit with them.

I know decent Rangers fans too.

1 stopped going because he got so sick of sitting with these morons.

Another I thought had came to his senses but has recently wavered to return.

The worry for me us the age of the ones in the Govan right next to the away fans all seem very young.

In other words we have many years of these wasters before they spawn more vermin and ruin their lives too.

Unborn children who's lives are ruined before day 1.

Lucky kids

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Thats something they will have to deal with but as they want to see their team they will go to games.I mind way back in the 90s going to ibrox where the away fans sat more central in the broomloan stand.We were pelted with pies,tea and one of the lassies on our bus was spat on.She wrote a letter to alistair hood who was head of security at ibrox he wrote back saying he had no knowledge of this happening and if anything did come down it must have come from a leak in the roof :blink: .What a clown.

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Thats something they will have to deal with but as they want to see their team they will go to games.I mind way back in the 90s going to ibrox where the away fans sat more central in the broomloan stand.We were pelted with pies,tea and one of the lassies on our bus was spat on.She wrote a letter to alistair hood who was head of security at ibrox he wrote back saying he had no knowledge of this happening and if anything did come down it must have come from a leak in the roof :blink: .What a clown.

To be fair, under the weight of a few hundred pies you'd expect the roof to be struggling. Can't blame Rangers for one or two falling through.

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Isn't the reason the away fans were put in the corner was to stop pies from coming down from behind?

Kind of put 2 and 2 together as to why away fans were moved in the 1st place

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Isn't the reason the away fans were put in the corner was to stop pies from coming down from behind?

Kind of put 2 and 2 together as to why away fans were moved in the 1st place

It's a bit daft though cos they can still throw stuff from the top tiers of two stands into the corner where the away fans are. I guess the only way to stop that is do what most English PL teams do, and have the away fans in the top tier of a stand. That way there are no Rangers fans above you.

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The five minutes before kick off is always amusing when the musical montage dross starts. The stewards are singing along, whistling and generally lapping up the orange walk type atmosphere.

You know then there will be no chance of you getting any sympathy from these knuckle draggers.

It really is a place best avoided.

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It's a bit daft though cos they can still throw stuff from the top tiers of two stands into the corner where the away fans are. I guess the only way to stop that is do what most English PL teams do, and have the away fans in the top tier of a stand. That way there are no Rangers fans above you.

Oh yeah it's an epic fail across the board.

I just assumed that was the theory behind it.

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The five minutes before kick off is always amusing when the musical montage dross starts. The stewards are singing along, whistling and generally lapping up the orange walk type atmosphere.

You know then there will be no chance of you getting any sympathy from these knuckle draggers.

It really is a place best avoided.

There's something utterly terrifying about the way they all stand up and clap along with the songs just before the teams come out. It's like watching 30,000 people become hypnotised.

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When we pumped then out the Scottish cup last season there was absolutely no bother whatsoever.

Maybe because the hordes decided to stay home and watch it on the telly.

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When we pumped then out the Scottish cup last season there was absolutely no bother whatsoever.

Maybe because the hordes decided to stay home and watch it on the telly.

Lucky b*****ds

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There's something utterly terrifying about the way they all stand up and clap along with the songs just before the teams come out. It's like watching 30,000 people become hypnotised.

I've got to cover my ears when that fucking Penny Arcade shite comes on, it buries itself into your brain.

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I've been every time we've played there since Rangers joined the Championship & must admit that I've never seen any missiles getting hurled but the fans at either side do love goading you, I've only seen the already mentioned fan running on to the track but I did of course hear about the flag situation as well.

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I've been every time we've played there since Rangers joined the Championship & must admit that I've never seen any missiles getting hurled but the fans at either side do love goading you, I've only seen the already mentioned fan running on to the track but I did of course hear about the flag situation as well.

Has your side been in the lead?

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