RFC hooliganism?

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RFC hooliganism?

by Stanley » 19 May 2017 12:32

Hello all, first time thread starter here- so go gently on me!!!

After all the talk about the trouble on Tuesday (with the KS3 hooligan group apparently) and some of the fearsome reputations of some of posters on this board, I was wondering is there a growing hooligan problem at Reading?

Do we have a reputation for extreme violence? Certainly I can remember some unpleasant chanting about Oxford once!

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Re: RFC hooliganism?

by Cureton's Volley » 19 May 2017 12:48

The KS3 may be up and coming, but it's the old faces from the TTC & the Scorpians who will be out in force at Wembley :?

http://www.royals.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=47024&sid=614e56fd11248b363e2e1b246bc5c936

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Re: RFC hooliganism?

by The Informant » 19 May 2017 12:49

Stanley Hello all, first time thread starter here- so go gently on me!!!

After all the talk about the trouble on Tuesday (with the KS3 hooligan group apparently) and some of the fearsome reputations of some of posters on this board, I was wondering is there a growing hooligan problem at Reading?

Do we have a reputation for extreme violence? Certainly I can remember some unpleasant chanting about Oxford once!


Definitely more lads out there than their used to be. Growing in my opinion.

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Re: RFC hooliganism?

by Cureton's Volley » 19 May 2017 12:54

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Stanley Hello all, first time thread starter here- so go gently on me!!!

After all the talk about the trouble on Tuesday (with the KS3 hooligan group apparently) and some of the fearsome reputations of some of posters on this board, I was wondering is there a growing hooligan problem at Reading?

Do we have a reputation for extreme violence? Certainly I can remember some unpleasant chanting about Oxford once!


Definitely more lads out there than their used to be. Growing in my opinion.


I blame twitter for helping them to mobilise. It's much easier than the old days of spotters, smoke signals and carrier pigeons.


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Re: RFC hooliganism?

by El Diablo » 19 May 2017 12:57

I've noticed a marked increase in fake Stone Island attire recently - so there might be something in this

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Re: RFC hooliganism?

by jd82 » 19 May 2017 12:58

Saw some of the worst Burberry combos I've ever seen at Fulham away..

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Re: RFC hooliganism?

by Forbury Lion » 19 May 2017 14:07

Scorpians / Skorpians - they keep changing the spelling of their name to throw the po po off their trail.

TTC rarely turn up at away games, they get as far as Reading station then get confused when no Thames Trains turn up.

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Re: RFC hooliganism?

by bobby1413 » 19 May 2017 14:24

What about the Berkshire Boot Boys?

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by Holding Out Hope » 19 May 2017 14:26

Not been on the site for a long time, but posts like this show me what i've been missing out on. Genius.

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Re: RFC hooliganism?

by Ian Herring » 19 May 2017 15:46

The Reading 'Silent Squad' are out for this one.

We wear gas masks for bigger 'offs', but against Huddersfield we're gonna maintain the 'friendly conversation' ruse.

(Once we get invited back to Huddersfield addresses after developing genuine friendships then it's straight into wives and daughters washing baskets for soiled gussets and heavily devastated panties.)

Bend, don't breaK!


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Re: RFC hooliganism?

by Stanley » 19 May 2017 17:07

Ian Herring The Reading 'Silent Squad' are out for this one.

We wear gas masks for bigger 'offs', but against Huddersfield we're gonna maintain the 'friendly conversation' ruse.

(Once we get invited back to Huddersfield addresses after developing genuine friendships then it's straight into wives and daughters washing baskets for soiled gussets and heavily devastated panties.)

Bend, don't breaK!


Crikey.

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Re: RFC hooliganism?

by Platypuss » 19 May 2017 20:56

Stanley Hello all, first time thread starter here-

:lol:

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Re: RFC hooliganism?

by AthleticoSpizz » 19 May 2017 21:20

Be mindful of the Junior Asprin Boyz....and the Calpol Cillas

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Re: RFC hooliganism?

by SpaceCruiser » 19 May 2017 22:35

Stanley Hello all, first time thread starter here- so go gently on me!!!

After all the talk about the trouble on Tuesday (with the KS3 hooligan group apparently) and some of the fearsome reputations of some of posters on this board, I was wondering is there a growing hooligan problem at Reading?

Do we have a reputation for extreme violence? Certainly I can remember some unpleasant chanting about Oxford once!

Hi Kes.

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Re: RFC hooliganism?

by Stanley » 20 May 2017 00:45

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Stanley Hello all, first time thread starter here- so go gently on me!!!

After all the talk about the trouble on Tuesday (with the KS3 hooligan group apparently) and some of the fearsome reputations of some of posters on this board, I was wondering is there a growing hooligan problem at Reading?

Do we have a reputation for extreme violence? Certainly I can remember some unpleasant chanting about Oxford once!

Hi Kes.

Oh no, I'm not Kes. Whoever he is !

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Re: RFC hooliganism?

by Chuckle Brother » 20 May 2017 08:19

I heard we were likely to have a lot of casual supporters turn up at Wembley.

That must be what they meant.

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Re: RFC hooliganism?

by CountryRoyal » 20 May 2017 11:55

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Stanley Hello all, first time thread starter here-

:lol:


Who's IP is it platy?

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