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bradthemiller
30-08-2014, 06:31 PM
"you're just a town full of *****s"
Naughty but not entirely unexpected!!

a123
30-08-2014, 06:33 PM
Wow that was imaginative wonder how long it took them to think that one up.

rolymiller
30-08-2014, 06:33 PM
To be fair they only started singing it when we sang bunch of southern softies when their lad went down

1960smiller
30-08-2014, 06:36 PM
Wow that was imaginative wonder how long it took them to think that one up.I bet it was not 16yrs.

a123
30-08-2014, 06:39 PM
Sad thing is we better get used to it as we will hear it wherever we play for the near future.

Suppose it will make a change from your just a town full a scrubbers when we visit the sty.

luvpud
30-08-2014, 07:42 PM
Took until 78 mins in before the ***** chant started,but nobody could be surprised realy it was always going to happen .
Let's rise above it and sing up even louder and drown them out

LRmiller
30-08-2014, 07:44 PM
To be honest I think the Brentford fans were quite well behaved; it could have been (and probably will be) a lot worse.

Barnsley_Miller
30-08-2014, 07:47 PM
Who cares!

great_fire
30-08-2014, 08:51 PM
How quiet is it at the NYS though?

Apart from "Come on you Reds" a couple of times
all you could here were 600 away fans.

loyalmiller
30-08-2014, 08:59 PM
Took until 78 mins in before the ***** chant started,but nobody could be surprised realy it was always going to happen .
Let's rise above it and sing up even louder and drown them out


They did it after 10 mins but not that loud, then they did it with more gusto when their player got injured.

gramiller1959
30-08-2014, 09:10 PM
Sad thing is we better get used to it as we will hear it wherever we play for the near future.

Suppose it will make a change from your just a town full a scrubbers when we visit the sty.







or decades on ... scab scab scab

gramiller1959
30-08-2014, 09:13 PM
How quiet is it at the NYS though?

Apart from "Come on you Reds" a couple of times
all you could here were 600 away fans.




because they were all frustrated and bored to death :/



but would we be having a different conversation if we had scored ?

griffinparka
31-08-2014, 08:23 AM
A few Brentford fans uttered it early on in the game but a few fans told them to hold it down as it was a bit out of order and fair play they did.

It started again in the last 10 minutes after our striker got injured only minutes after coming back from injury and Rotherham fans sang the southern softies song.

Not the cleverest chant. Yes a bit out of order. But It didn't last long. And hopefully when we play you in the new year it will have all died down.

Ludlowmiller
31-08-2014, 08:40 AM
With 1,400 (or more) Rapes & Sexual Abuse cases against vulnerable white girls being swept under the carpet by our racist Council and Police, I believe any fans have a right to sing songs which draw attention to our un-holy mess...the more embarrassment they cause, the better.

NYS is a public place and must not become a place where truths are concealed or hidden, however much it hurts. The suffering and ordeals of those females simply has to come before football. The taunts of others are simply part of the price we have to pay for our blundering RMBC & SYP...who, along with the Pakistani rapists, will forever be the racist criminals in this issue.

great_fire
31-08-2014, 08:41 AM
How quiet is it at the NYS though?

Apart from "Come on you Reds" a couple of times
all you could here were 600 away fans.


because they were all frustrated and bored to death :/



but would we be having a different conversation if we had scored ?[/quote]

We really do only sing when we're winning.

Ellis_D
31-08-2014, 02:17 PM
To be fair they only started singing it when we sang bunch of southern softies when their lad went down

That is correct, although from my position in the East Stand, I could quite clearly hear "pedo" (spelling purposely incorrect) numerous times throughout the match, but only by a minority.