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    Ireland v Australia - Who's Going?

    Are there many eL supporters going to the Australia game?
    The terraces are exactly that, terraces, no bucket seats.
    Should be easier to get the party going as we can all group together. €15 for the tickets as far as I know.

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    I'm going but got my tickets through the FAI so I'm in the stand somewhere, hopefully there's a good atmosphere friendlys are usually fairly poor for that.

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    I'm going too. Are people bringing drums and stuff with them?
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    Im not bringing a drum or anything - just a big boo machine to torture Muscat and Moore with.

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    Boo???

    Aus fan here, why would you boo muscat and moore?

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    Cos they play for satan's eleven - rangers

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    Originally posted by arpa_y_trebol
    Cos they play for satan's eleven - rangers
    Brilliant.

    And the fact that UEFA are becoming so hacked off with the Celtic-supporting heroes and their booing that they are sending a delegation to Landsdowne to monitor it won't deter you, I take it?

    Wouldn't it be great if we got fined heavily because of the booing? Just what a cash-rich organisation like the FAI needs. Might jack up the seat prices for the Republic of Ireland fans, but as long as the Celtic fans have their fun, that's ok.
    Maybe you should put her on a leash, agent-man.

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    I'd boo Muscat, but not because of the club he plays for. Dirty fecker, he ended Cristophe Dugarry's World Cup - in a friendly match.

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    Fined for booing????? I think not. Football supporters have been booing their opponents for years - it's just part of the game.

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    Originally posted by arpa_y_trebol
    Fined for booing????? I think not. Football supporters have been booing their opponents for years - it's just part of the game.
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    Maybe you should put her on a leash, agent-man.

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    Originally posted by arpa_y_trebol
    Fined for booing????? I think not. Football supporters have been booing their opponents for years - it's just part of the game.
    And I take it that UEFA delegations have been despatched to monitor this booing for years too, eh?

    Part and parcel of the game maybe, but why would people who claim to support Ireland do something on an ongoing basis which could do serious damage to the game here?
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    Maybe you should put her on a leash, agent-man.

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    Originally posted by arpa_y_trebol
    Im not bringing a drum or anything - just a big boo machine to torture Muscat and Moore with.
    Pathetic.

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    Should be back up from de real capital to de big smoke for the game.
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    Thumbs up

    Great to see the manager taking the lead on this issue. let's hope the idiots take notice.
    from www.unison.ie

    Kerr tells boo-boy bigots to lay off Rangers players
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    IN a revelation that will stun the increasing number of bigots booing Glasgow Rangers players who appear at Lansdowne Road, Ireland manager Brian Kerr has told of his boyhood support for the Scottish champions.

    "As a young fella, in my madness, the Rangers results were always the first ones I looked for," Kerr said last week. "And, yet, I loved Celtic."

    Kerr was responding to questions about the booing of Rangers players, such as Shota Arveladze of Georgia, and the concern that it will arise again next week when Australia travel to Dublin with two Rangers players, Craig Moore and Kevin Muscat, in their squad.

    The FAI will make moves to curb what they see as racism in the game and UEFA have also expressed their concern.

    Following the booing of Arveladze in June, the FAI chief executive Fran Rooney contacted the player - who was recovering in hospital after being stretchered off - and apologised for the behaviour of some Irish supporters.

    "That gesture was appreciated by the player and the Georgian FA," an FAI spokesman said.

    Kerr is doing his best to make sure it doesn't happen on Tuesday week.

    "I hope that stuff fades away - I really do. I'd like there to be none of that. It's something that ****es me off. My father and mother were from Belfast and they would have socialised in a mixed environment."

    Kerr's pluralist approach extended to his time as manager of St Pat's when he brought his team to Northern Ireland to play matches against Portadown and Linfield.

    "It wasn't very popular to do it but I thought it was important to do so. We should have moved on from that stuff by now. The players coming here next week are from Australia and where they choose to play their club football is irrelevant. They probably don't know of the issues involved. It's ridiculous. People should grow up, support their own team, get behind their own players and abuse the rest equally.

    "We're suppose to be the best supporters in the world and, if we are, let's accept the opposition irrespective of who've they've played for. It's a small section of our crowd, but they need to wise up."

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    Originally posted by arpa_y_trebol
    Im not bringing a drum or anything
    How about you go one better and not bother coming at all?

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    Originally posted by arpa_y_trebol
    Im not bringing a drum or anything - just a big boo machine to torture Muscat and Moore with.
    *****

    think you're a hard man cause you support Celtic
    more Irish than the rest of us is that want you think

    you're a bigot who probably cheered when bombs blew people to bits
    ****ing *****

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    I think in a perverse kind of way, the best thing that could happen would be for UEFA to announce that any further booing of ex or current Rangers players by the Celtic heroes at Landsdowne would result in Ireland getting either a heavy fine or being kicked out of the tournament.

    If that didn't shut the idiots up directly, the bollocking they'd get from real fans in the stands if they dared to open their mouths would do the trick as effectively.
    Maybe you should put her on a leash, agent-man.

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    anyone who boos

    at this match should be banned from Lansdowne road for good.

    Dim witted plebs...

    Booing is for idiots.

    If I was sitting by some guy who started booing I 'd knock the pr1cks head off.

    The Boo boys are not welcome.

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    Re: anyone who boos

    Originally posted by Barna Bee

    If I was sitting by some guy who started booing I 'd knock the pr1cks head off.

    The Boo boys are not welcome.
    Neither is crowd violence.
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    alright Peadar

    but you know what I am getting at .
    , of course I am not resoting to violence with these guys , but anything to shut them up ....preferably not let them in , in the first place

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