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    Posted: 17 Apr 2012 at 4:17pm
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My cousin in Belfast, he's also an Ireland supporter and loves rebel music. Strange mix that i thought, but hey he's a bit of tool anyway.
 
Though would YOU consider Belfast as being in Ireland? Wacko
 
If you don't want him then you can claim the Dublin Loyal, a collection of muppets who hold their prize giving evenings up North just in case someone shouts at them in the Capital.


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An old friend of mine was a massive Rangers supporter.

He was a cúnt.
     
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I saw a lad on Hill 16 wearing a Rangers jersey many years ago - nobody gave him any grief and he got on grand with all the Dubs supporters. 
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Only know one person in Galway who is a rangers fan..

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Originally posted by EastTerracer EastTerracer wrote:

I saw a lad on Hill 16 wearing a Rangers jersey many years ago - nobody gave him any grief and he got on grand with all the Dubs supporters. 

No harm to him but what a bollox he is. I have little doubt in my mind he went out that day with the sole intention of causing trouble, I'm glad it sounds like he was unsuccessful. 
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neighbour supported them and so do his kids, lad died last year though, don't see the harm in it
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Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

An old friend of mine was a massive Rangers supporter.

He was a cúnt.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Green Devil Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 Apr 2012 at 11:18pm
How anyone can take this thread seriously is beyond me.

Isn't it ironic "Rangers Billy" aka a ybig forum member with a second profile , resurfaces when there's drama on one of the threads involving Celtic?


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Seem to remember the Dublin Loyal RSC had a banner at Ibrox a while ago that said "Behind Enemy Lines". Seems the banner was banned by Strathclydes finest.
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In the gym last night, the lad beside me had a Rangers jersey. No problem with Rangers fans at all myself. Was at the UEFA cup final in Manchester and they were grand. 

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Originally posted by IrishPride IrishPride wrote:

Only know one person in Galway who is a rangers fan..

Bit of a knob


Not sure if he posts on here but one of our regular away fans in the past and was a big Galway United fan is a Rangers fan and he is certainly not a knob.   
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Not sure if he posts on here but one of our regular away fans in the past and was a big Galway United fan is a Rangers fan and he is certainly not a knob.   
Who will he support now? Both clubs are dead!
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Not winding up here, and i know this thread was started as one of those completely unfunny and at this stage played out ybig 'jokes', however, are these people from Galway, Dublin or wherever that you know who support the Huns serious fans or just doing it for a bit of attention seeking and winding up?
 
do they support ireland as well?
What do they think of every Irish international that plays at Ibrox being roundly booed for example?
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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

Not winding up here, and i know this thread was started as one of those completely unfunny and at this stage played out ybig 'jokes', however, are these people from Galway, Dublin or wherever that you know who support the Huns serious fans or just doing it for a bit of attention seeking and winding up?
 
do they support ireland as well?
What do they think of every Irish international that plays at Ibrox being roundly booed for example?
Maybe there father or grandfather was a Rangers fan,and it was passed down
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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

Not winding up here, and i know this thread was started as one of those completely unfunny and at this stage played out ybig 'jokes', however, are these people from Galway, Dublin or wherever that you know who support the Huns serious fans or just doing it for a bit of attention seeking and winding up?
 
do they support ireland as well?
What do they think of every Irish international that plays at Ibrox being roundly booed for example?
 
My friend is a massive Rangers supporter living in Donegal. It was passed down from his father, like the rest of his family. They were originally from Glasgow but moved here. His youngest brother was born in Ireland and supports both Rangers & Ireland as much as the other.

I know what you mean though about people doing it for the craic, one person back home wore a Rangers jersey just to rise celtic fans like myself.
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