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Ever Sat In The Away Section At Ibrox?

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Thinking about @Moody Blue Legend last night (not in that way) sitting amongst the Fraserburgh fans, singing their songs and booing us, it made me wonder what it would be like sitting in the away section at Ibrox as a Rangers fan. Longshot (and possibly slightly spasticated) question, but anyone ever done it and is brave enough to admit it? Maybe some mate/relative who supports the away team gave you a free ticket?

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I was there when we played AC Milan in a friendly in 2009 as while my mate is a bear his da is Italian and supports Milan so I sat with them, mainly out of curiosity to see what it was like.

Felt weird tbh.

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Got complimentary tickets from a Morton player (Rowan Alexander)so was in with the away end for that powder keg fixture.

My cousin hasbeen in the jungle during an old firm game. Don't know how he managed it.

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4 minutes ago, Dazzler said:

Got complimentary tickets from a Morton player (Rowan Alexander)so was in with the away end for that powder keg fixture.

My cousin hasbeen in the jungle during an old firm game. Don't know how he managed it.

On a scale of 1 to 10, how much abuse did you get from the stands on either side?

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Off topic a bit,but my nephew used to be a physio for a premier league team,and the abuse he got at ibrox was the worst?

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9 minutes ago, FSM said:

On a scale of 1 to 10, how much abuse did you get from the stands on either side?

A few dirty looks but no aggro from the Morton fans. 

No pies or coke from the home fans.

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When we played Ac Milan legends a few years back and everyone who was picking up tickets were stuck outside half an hour into the game, they just started letting us in and that’s where I ended up. Besides that na.

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Sat in the home end at Motherwell in the Play Off's fleeing out ma nut, that wiz fun

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23 minutes ago, Dazzler said:

Got complimentary tickets from a Morton player (Rowan Alexander)so was in with the away end for that powder keg fixture.

My cousin hasbeen in the jungle during an old firm game. Don't know how he managed it.

Was in the Scum end at the girodome for a 3-3 draw about 35 - 40 years ago. 

It helps to know you would be knifed if you open your mouth. Still difficult not to cheer though

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Started off in the pape end at the Tam Forsyth cup final and eventually got into the old enclosure and started in the Aberdeen end of Pittodrie when we won the league. Had to move after Butchers goal ? 

And I forgot about the Dundee United end the night we clinched nine in a row...

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43 minutes ago, FSM said:

Thinking about @Moody Blue Legend last night (not in that way) sitting amongst the Fraserburgh fans, singing their songs and booing us, it made me wonder what it would be like sitting in the away section at Ibrox as a Rangers fan. Longshot (and possibly slightly spasticated) question, but anyone ever done it and is brave enough to admit it? Maybe some mate/relative who supports the away team gave you a free ticket?

Lots of times its no easy to do but you always have lots of bears in the home ends and you can tell.

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Sat in the away corner for one of the training days at Ibrox.

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My old man was in the away end when Montrose played at Ibrox. He's a Rangers fan and lives in Montrose. Got the Montrose supporters bus down to Glasgow and was wearing a Union Jack beanie/hat/whatever you want to call it. Came home and said they just got 90 minutes of abuse from the Rangers fans. 

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39 minutes ago, rfc1990 said:

Came home and said they just got 90 minutes of abuse from the Rangers fans. 

Class man.

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1 hour ago, Ivybank said:

Off topic a bit,but my nephew used to be a physio for a premier league team,and the abuse he got at ibrox was the worst?

Who abuses the staff ?

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No but I sat in the home end at Old Trafford when we drew 0-0 with them in the Champions League around 2010 or whatever. 

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Aye, but it wasn’t the away section when I did. :Fod:

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Away from home, I’ve sat in the home end at Dumbarton twice, Villarreal, PSV Eindhoven and Motherwell.  Apart from Motherwell, it wasn’t that bad and the home supports knew exactly what team I was. 

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Sat with the East Stirling fans for the Scottish Cup game at Ibrox in 2008. Played for their u17s at the time and we all got comps. Don't know how people can sit in the home end at places like parkhead, easter road, pittodrie

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1 hour ago, giffnockger said:

Sat in the home end at Motherwell in the Play Off's fleeing out ma nut, that wiz fun

So did i. Started a riot in the toilets at half time and then when they went 1 up :lol:

 

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7 minutes ago, GOAT said:

Away from home, I’ve sat in the home end at Dumbarton twice, Villarreal, PSV Eindhoven and Motherwell.  Apart from Motherwell, it wasn’t that bad and the home supports knew exactly what team I was. 

Done psv away also lol 

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