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4 hours ago, Blueshoff said:

He's an ugly fucker. Presumably now banned from Ibrox. 

I’m not disputing your point at all but I’ve always wondered how a stadium ban is actually enforced. It would be impossible to pull this guys face out if you are a steward in a crowd of hundreds of away fans, especially in the winter.

Does anyone know how this is carried out?

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27 minutes ago, Bjorklund said:

I’m not disputing your point at all but I’ve always wondered how a stadium ban is actually enforced. It would be impossible to pull this guys face out if you are a steward in a crowd of hundreds of away fans, especially in the winter.

Does anyone know how this is carried out?

Know a guy who got a 2 yr ban but hardly missed a match in that time. He used to hide his face as much as possible and didn't cause much rumpus when attending. Couldn't have a season ticket but easily picked up game by game briefs.

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6 hours ago, ShanksRFC said:

"But the case collapsed after two police officers said they had only taken statements in the case and had not viewed CCTV footage of the alleged incident."

Usual Police Scotland, incompetent arseholes.

So this time they did have the evidence just decided not to look at it. 

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5 hours ago, bluenoz said:

A 15 yr old Rangers supporter gets banned for life for what he did. A 22 yr old Hibs fan & 16 yr old Motherwell fan are free and life goes on.......... 

The 15 year olds been banned from Ibrox, by us mate (and quite rightly) , not by judges. 

All three are arseholes, but nothing will happen to the guy that said shit to Scott Brown in court, if it even goes that far. 

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6 hours ago, eejay the dj said:

they are pissing on us mate though . And that is what is worrying about all this

Had a Spanish lady friend over at the weekend . Had to show her around Glasgow . It was very hard to sell this fucking midden to her , baring in mind where she comes from .

The corrupt Council are letting the City go to the dogs , while all the spare pennies are shifted over to the eastend . Or in their inflated salaries

Walked down to near cruise the other weekend and went through the alley on buchanan street past starbucks and the whole place stank of stale pish. Central station is surrounded by junkies and the bottom feeders of society and most alleyways are full of rubbish and old furniture etc. A koran tent, a palestine tent, untalented beggars performing mediocre entertainment ( junkie backing dancers some days 1-3pm), homeless in doorways, the list goes on. 

Society is getting worse even in historically productive and hard working areas. I truly believe independence will only accelerate what is happening right now. Feel bad for many of the affected and suffering i'm not a heartless bastard but i do realise that so many are beyond help at the same time and have no idea how society will deviate from the path forecast. 

 

P.s did you pump the spanish burd 😁

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6 hours ago, Rum Ham said:

The 15 year olds been banned from Ibrox, by us mate (and quite rightly) , not by judges. 

All three are arseholes, but nothing will happen to the guy that said shit to Scott Brown in court, if it even goes that far. 

I don't think banning a FIFTEEN year old FOR LIFE seems reasonable. 

Or maybe it's a criminal law 'for life', so he'll be back in about ten years or so. 

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6 hours ago, Rum Ham said:

The 15 year olds been banned from Ibrox, by us mate (and quite rightly) , not by judges. 

All three are arseholes, but nothing will happen to the guy that said shit to Scott Brown in court, if it even goes that far. 

Yes he did get banned ( immediately) by our club and so he should have. But why didn't the other clubs follow suit so quickly? And how the hell can they then be found not guilty in a court of law ( years, months later ) after the fact when video evidence clearly proves otherwise.

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1 hour ago, Gman36 said:

I don't think banning a FIFTEEN year old FOR LIFE seems reasonable. 

Or maybe it's a criminal law 'for life', so he'll be back in about ten years or so. 

He can go back on Saturday. A stadium ban by a club is barely enforceable. 

Only way you're fucked is if it's done by court of law. Know a few guys with "lifetime" bans. They still go every week 

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32 minutes ago, Rfc52 said:

He can go back on Saturday. A stadium ban by a club is barely enforceable. 

Only way you're fucked is if it's done by court of law. Know a few guys with "lifetime" bans. They still go every week 

Even saying its a lifetime is a joke though. 

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18 hours ago, Smile said:

YOB WALKS FREE 

Hibs fan who tried to punch ex-Rangers captain Lee Wallace dodges jail after hurling ‘H** b******s’ sectarian abuse at Gers fans

A HIBS fan who once tried to punch a Rangers captain has been nailed for yelling "H** b******s" at fans during another match.

Dale Pryde was ordered to do 140 hours of unpaid work at Glasgow Sheriff Court after pleading guilty to hurling sectarian abuse.

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The 22 year-old's rant also included branding Rangers supporters "scummy orange b*******s” in May this year.

It comes after he dodged prison in 2017 for trying to hit ex-Ibrox skipper Lee Wallace after the infamous Scottish Cup final a year earlier.

A hearing for this latest case was told Pryde, of Wester Hailes, Edinburgh, had already been warned by police at the Hibs match about his behaviour.

Schoolboy who ‘threw lighter at Rangers’ James Tavernier during Motherwell match’ cleared after case collapse

Prosecutor Cheryl Lyons said: “Pryde called Rangers fans scummy b******s, f*****g c***s.

“Both sides then started shouting at each other but Pryde ran at Rangers fans and shouted ‘f*****g w*****s'

“He then continued to shout ‘f*****g H** b*******s and scummy orange b*******s'.”

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Pryde was soon removed from Ibrox Stadium and charged.

He pled guilty to acting in a threatening, abusive manner and shouting sectarian remarks.

The community payback order also involves Pryde being on a six month curfew.

Sheriff Tony Kelly said: “This was unacceptable behaviour at a football match.”

e told in 2017 how Pryde raced on to the Hampden turf then made a beeline for the defender moments after Hibernian won the cup 3-2.

The yob then tried to punch Ibrox star Wallace as the mayhem broke out around them.

Pryde also pled guilty to assaulting Megan Boyd by hitting her on the body with a chair during the same incident.

Had that been a bear he would be doing porridge and that's a certainty

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3 hours ago, Rfc52 said:

He can go back on Saturday. A stadium ban by a club is barely enforceable. 

Only way you're fucked is if it's done by court of law. Know a few guys with "lifetime" bans. They still go every week 

The only way they can enforce it is if they make you sign in at the police station at the time of the game other than that it's unworkable as you say.

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They let this cunt off hanging the effigies and he's reoffended with assault ? Also they lowered his fine from £450 to £400 on the day. This country is gone !

celtic supporter, 19, fined after punching rival fan during fight at Scottish Cup tie

By Court Reporter

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celtic supporter, 19, fined after punching rival fan during fight at Scottish Cup tie

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A celtic fan once cleared of hanging effigies at a game has been fined £400 for attacking another supporter.

Kieran Carvill punched an Airdrie fan before a Scottish Cup tie against the clubs at Parkhead in January this year.

The 19 year-old pled guilty at Glasgow Sheriff Court to assaulting the man, who has not been traced.

Carvill, of the city's Pollok, was one of nine celtic fans acquitted last year of hanging the blow up dolls at a game against Rangers in September 2016.

The case was thrown out by a sheriff after a two year wait.

This latest incident at the cup tie sparked further disturbance among other fans who also started fighting.

Paul Kavanagh, defending, said the unknown man had attacked Carvill first.

Mr Kavanagh added: “He didn’t know if it was Airdrie or celtic fans.

“He was walking on London Road to get a ticket and had to go past the away fans. There were supporters fighting amongst themselves.

“While wearing no colours he was punched by the unknown man and when Mr Carvill saw him again he went up to him.”

Sheriff Barry Divers reduced the fine from £450.

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