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Re: Documentaries about fans/ultras

PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2011 6:00 pm
by No Name Boy
sofia_boy wrote:if he comes to Bulgaria, he'll probably have a similar experience to what he had in Belgrade (without the rape stories ahhahah) - some wankers like Alcatraz would talk to him, real ultras won't even meet him


Well I dont belive to rape story but in Greece there was real rape Yannis Illiapolous, I read about him and saw pics

Re: Documentaries about fans/ultras

PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2011 8:48 pm
by maniek
No Name Boy wrote:And Poland where is Lodz, where is Arka vs Lechia, where is info about other ultras in lower elage slike Silezia Ruch, Gornik , GKS ....


In Kraków there are the most violence fights in the Poland, using tolls like machetes, knives etc. I think they wanted to show the most interesting derbies in Poland, so I find Kraków's derby the most interesting and when this video had been recorded Silesias derby were impossible to play cuz I think Górnik was playing in the 1st division, but you're wirght that they could have mentioned sth about other teams.

Re: Documentaries about fans/ultras

PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2011 4:26 am
by Ultras1312
Feyenoord-Boys wrote:
No Name Boy wrote:
Feyenoord-Boys wrote:And when he was visiting The Netherlands/Holland he had a interview with some lads of Ajax who didn't even know something about nothing. The whole serie creating a wrong image of some things, just like FC Utrecht hates Feyenoord the most. While the three clubs next to Ajax (Feyenoord, FC Utrecht and FC Den Haag) all hate Ajax the most.


Im comfused I talk whit other Feyenoord ultras and ordinary fans in other places they all said to me Utrecht dont hate Feyenoord , and not so strong like hate Ajax, besides where is PSV in this situations ??? who hates and not hates they?

This film was OK good, you can see but its mnainstream what ordinary ppl will see and think wrong

Besides Balkans shood also be made in Sarajevo , Horde Zla and Maniacs also shood be mentioned and where is Germany .. if we watch Bundesliga nothing dont hepen, but Zweite and Dritte also Oberligas ....

Cz, Svk, Bulg, Ro scene also is worth to made film about.

Well FC Utrecht don't really hate Feyenoord. I have one friend he's a FC Utrecht fan, and for many FC Utrecht fans Feyenoord is a great club. They all have some respect for Feyenoord. And we share the hate towards Ajax. Only in the past there where some incidents between Feyenoord and Utrecht. But you know, between wich clubs weren't there things you know. But in the episode the Utrecht lads tell the story about Feyenoord. So now people think they hate Feyenoord. While they don't. They hate Ajax! PSV hates Ajax also, almost every club in Holland/The Netherlands hates Ajax. So if you have any more questions send me a PM mate.

The story about that train isn't true. There is a short movie abouth that year on Youtube. If I find it I'll post it overhere.

Re: Documentaries about fans/ultras

PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2011 9:52 pm
by Feyenoord-Boys
Sophie op 3, a program where Sophie Hilbrand visits the Feyenoord Hooligans before the match with Lech Poznan in 2008.










Re: Documentaries about fans/ultras

PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2011 10:14 pm
by No Name Boy
Feyenoord-Boys wrote:Sophie op 3, a program where Sophie Hilbrand visits the Feyenoord Hooligans before the match with Lech Poznan in 2008.



Are you in film ;D

Damn I forgot whole my dutch knowladge for years , and it was week, now I hardly get it , beck in 2006 I would understand more

Can you tell basics about what Feyenoord talked

Re: Documentaries about fans/ultras

PostPosted: Thu Nov 24, 2011 12:00 am
by Feyenoord-Boys
No Name Boy wrote:
Feyenoord-Boys wrote:Sophie op 3, a program where Sophie Hilbrand visits the Feyenoord Hooligans before the match with Lech Poznan in 2008.



Are you in film ;D

Damn I forgot whole my dutch knowladge for years , and it was week, now I hardly get it , beck in 2006 I would understand more

Can you tell basics about what Feyenoord talked

No mate I'm not in the film, it's more about the some older lads from SCF and FIIIR (both groups of Feyenoord).

It's diffucult to tell you everything about the program. Because there is lot's of talking. But mainly she's trying to get a view in the Feyenoord scene. First she speaks with some lads in a pub near the stadium of Feyenoord. They can't talk in the stadium because some lads have a ban from the stadium. The man with the black cap is the man who's convicted for the murder on Carlo Picornie, a Ajax hooligan that died in Beverwijk during a clash with Feyenoord hooligans. Maybe you've heard about it. The guy next to him stabbed a FC Twente hooligan to death when he was attacked by a whole group. And the other guy is just a member of FIIIR.

She asks the lads about their cases and how deep there love for Feyenoord goes. Also in the second part you see here in Rotterdam to meet the FIIIR boys before the match with Lech Poznan. You see them driving to the city of Rotterdam and come to a main pub. Feyenoord heard that there would be a tram full of Polish hooligan coming. But when the tram isn't coming you can see here walking in Rotterdam, and maybe you can see a bit of a attack on Lech Poznan in the centrum of Rotterdam.

Then she contineus with talking with the Feyenoord lads and also the people of the Feyenoord fanclub are speaking and let the Feyenoord lads know there opinion. And then you have this younger lad who's speaking. He's from DEF, the newest generation of Feyenoord hooligans, the youth.

Re: Documentaries about fans/ultras

PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2011 5:40 am
by Ultras1312
The man with the black cap didn't kill Carlo Picornie and the big guy, André H. didn't stab a FC Twente hooligan. He stabbed a FC Twente supporter.

Re: Documentaries about fans/ultras

PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2011 1:02 pm
by Feyenoord-Boys
Ultras1312 wrote:The man with the black cap didn't kill Carlo Picornie and the big guy, André H. didn't stab a FC Twente hooligan. He stabbed a FC Twente supporter.

I say he's CONVICTED for the murder on Picornie. Read it over a couple times next time before you reply!

And he did stab a FC Twente lad, hooligan, supporter. Believe what you want, support don't attack someone for no reason. :wnk

Re: Documentaries about fans/ultras

PostPosted: Mon Nov 28, 2011 6:50 am
by Ultras1312
Feyenoord-Boys wrote:
Ultras1312 wrote:The man with the black cap didn't kill Carlo Picornie and the big guy, André H. didn't stab a FC Twente hooligan. He stabbed a FC Twente supporter.

I say he's CONVICTED for the murder on Picornie. Read it over a couple times next time before you reply!

And he did stab a FC Twente lad, hooligan, supporter. Believe what you want, support don't attack someone for no reason. :wnk

You don't know the whole story about the Twente lad.
There where a lot of Feyenoorders and FC Twente supporters in the city of Enschede on that sunday morning.
After a fight between some FC Twente supporters and Feyenoord supporters Andre, the big guy, pulls out his knife and he stabbed the supporter who tried to stop the fighting in his heart.

:wnk Don't speak about a case if you don't know the whole story.

Re: Documentaries about fans/ultras

PostPosted: Mon Nov 28, 2011 7:06 pm
by Feyenoord-Boys
Ultras1312 wrote:
Feyenoord-Boys wrote:
Ultras1312 wrote:The man with the black cap didn't kill Carlo Picornie and the big guy, André H. didn't stab a FC Twente hooligan. He stabbed a FC Twente supporter.

I say he's CONVICTED for the murder on Picornie. Read it over a couple times next time before you reply!

And he did stab a FC Twente lad, hooligan, supporter. Believe what you want, support don't attack someone for no reason. :wnk

You don't know the whole story about the Twente lad.
There where a lot of Feyenoorders and FC Twente supporters in the city of Enschede on that sunday morning.
After a fight between some FC Twente supporters and Feyenoord supporters Andre, the big guy, pulls out his knife and he stabbed the supporter who tried to stop the fighting in his heart.

:wnk Don't speak about a case if you don't know the whole story.

That's your story, but I'm not going to rape this topic by having a big discussion with you. Adios Mate.