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Postby UT1928 » Mon Jan 31, 2011 2:09 pm

Feyenoord - De Graafschap

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Postby Feyenoord-Boys » Fri Feb 04, 2011 8:14 pm

FC Twente - Feyenoord 2-1 (30-01-2011)

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Movie of the atmosphere from the Feyenoord Fans:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YiprtXbaI4
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Postby YAKUZA » Sat Feb 05, 2011 6:13 am

Hy there Feyenoord Boys and welcome to our forum.

Some questions for you.

- I see a banner with the name BOYS on it. Is this group an ultras group? As far as i know ( and i might be wrong) , fans in Rotterdam don't consider themselves as ultras.
- Are you a member? Where can i found out more about the group ( website)?
- Why green and white on the flags and expecially the Boys banner? City colours? And are they more important for a Feyenoord fan than the club's red-white and black?

Sry to ask so many questions but i really don't know much about Feyenoord's scene .
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Postby Feyenoord-Boys » Sat Feb 05, 2011 9:47 am

YAKUZA wrote:Hy there Feyenoord Boys and welcome to our forum.

Some questions for you.

- I see a banner with the name BOYS on it. Is this group an ultras group? As far as i know ( and i might be wrong) , fans in Rotterdam don't consider themselves as ultras.
- Are you a member? Where can i found out more about the group ( website)?
- Why green and white on the flags and expecially the Boys banner? City colours? And are they more important for a Feyenoord fan than the club's red-white and black?

Sry to ask so many questions but i really don't know much about Feyenoord's scene .


Hey Yakuza,

- The banner with BOYS on it, is from FRL. FRL is a kind of Ultra group from Feyenoord, started in 2009. They have everything what a real Ultra group has, but some fans don't accept the Ultra culture at Feyenoord.
- I'm not a real member of FRL, trough I know almost the whole crew. I have contact with them as friends. I can make contact with them if you want. The website is www.frl1908.nl but there isn't a English page.
- The green and white flags are for Rotterdam, it is the city colours of Rotterdam. They aren't more important then the red-white and black. But FRL had made a Rotterdam-action that game.

If you have more questions, just ask my friend!
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Postby YAKUZA » Sat Feb 05, 2011 2:55 pm

Thanks for the answer man.
One more question....what is the reason for not wanting ultras mouvement in Feyenoord's terrace?
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Postby Feyenoord-Boys » Sat Feb 05, 2011 4:33 pm

YAKUZA wrote:Thanks for the answer man.
One more question....what is the reason for not wanting ultras mouvement in Feyenoord's terrace?


Well, some of the Feyenoord-fans don't like it. Because Feyenoord is a Football Club more like English clubs. Some have not a good image, they think that we have to just like Ajax Amsterdam (Our Rival). But FRL is a Ultra group, but they don't scream it out. Because of the wrong image of Ultras, there can come trouble in the groups at Feyenoord.
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Postby YAKUZA » Sat Feb 05, 2011 5:16 pm

Ok thanks. And good luck to the FRL boys.
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Postby Feyenoord-Boys » Tue Feb 08, 2011 4:53 pm

Vitesse Arnhem - Feyenoord Rotterdam, 1-1 (06-02-2011).

Feyenoord Fans, some with ban from the stadium, near the highway with a banner:
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When the bus with players from Feyenoord came, they lighted up some flares:
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The Feyenoord Fans in Arnhem, 800 Away-Supporters from Feyenoord:
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Feyenoord Supporters singing in the stadium:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7evPrPw8_E
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Postby Feyenoord-Boys » Sun Feb 13, 2011 5:48 pm

Feyenoord Rotterdam - Heracles Almelo, 2-1 (12-02-2011)

Entrance of the players, a mega banner @ Vak W
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Movie of the entrance of the players @ Vak W
# http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XnQxgvL8Fk

After the banner, flags @ Vak W
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A banner on Vak S that saids: First think at the club, then at yourself!
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Some pyro @ Vak S in the second half:
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Boys of Vak W don't want to give the ball back at the stewards :lol: :
# http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZA9U7QbREPs
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Postby Feyenoord-Boys » Sun Feb 20, 2011 9:21 pm

FC Den Haag - Feyenoord Rotterdam, 2-2 (20-02-2011)

The Feyenoord Fans in Den Haag, 900 Away-Supporters from Feyenoord:
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After the game Feyenoord Fans demolished the gate:
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Movie from the Feyenoord gate, see the seats:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbfO_mcwMAs
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