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Re: Finland

Postby FUDIST » Wed Sep 28, 2011 1:57 pm

Pohjoiskaarre - National football team supporters
nowadays maybe the best organized national team supporters in Nordic countries.
it is pity that we have never made to the world cup or european cup but maybe someday...

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Re: Finland

Postby Erth » Thu Sep 29, 2011 9:04 am

Yesterday at the home game Sport vs. Sapko, we had an incident with the stewards again. One young lad kicked the capo stand, with the result that a steward took a strangle hold on him and shouting "you're out of here", the next second our Ultras stormed there, and another younger lad took a neck swing on the guard and threw him in to the capo stand. Next you know stewards come pooring in, and try to take away a few lads (in Finland, if you touch a guard/steward, you need to be led out of the arena). But they did not get anyone out, just guards getting pushed back and tackled. And after that the stewards gave up. Hopefully i can find a video of this, saw quite a few phones flashing.

(We have a deal with our team Sport, that no guards/stewards are allowed on our terrace, cause we "run" our own terrace. Why they were there i don't know, might be that so much things flew on the ice after last game when we lost)
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Re: Finland

Postby Feyenoord-Boys » Thu Sep 29, 2011 2:04 pm

Erth wrote:Yesterday at the home game Sport vs. Sapko, we had an incident with the stewards again. One young lad kicked the capo stand, with the result that a steward took a strangle hold on him and shouting "you're out of here", the next second our Ultras stormed there, and another younger lad took a neck swing on the guard and threw him in to the capo stand. Next you know stewards come pooring in, and try to take away a few lads (in Finland, if you touch a guard/steward, you need to be led out of the arena). But they did not get anyone out, just guards getting pushed back and tackled. And after that the stewards gave up. Hopefully i can find a video of this, saw quite a few phones flashing.

(We have a deal with our team Sport, that no guards/stewards are allowed on our terrace, cause we "run" our own terrace. Why they were there i don't know, might be that so much things flew on the ice after last game when we lost)

Nice action, it's your club not from fucking stewards that get money to screw people. Stewards always have to get kicked out of the terraces.
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Re: Finland

Postby YAKUZA » Thu Sep 29, 2011 2:08 pm

You should have kicked him out of your terrace from the start, if as you he had no business beeing there.
Anyway , i'm really waiting for the video...
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Re: Finland

Postby Neulainen » Thu Sep 29, 2011 9:22 pm

Here's a couple of more photos from the previous weekend. The idea was to protest against the Finnish FA because of all those prohibitions - they probhited chants against them, they banned overhead tifos (due to fire safety) and they keep fining clubs for every fucking reason. We have also had some problems with the police and stewards lately.

On Friday night about 45 supporters gathered front of the office of the Finnish Football Association. Also some other actions were seen during the weekend. I wasn't sure about the translations, hope you can understand them...

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"Dedicated to the memory of Finnish football culture"

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"Moral decay is in the Finnish FA, not in the stands"

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"Shouldn't the FA be there for clubs, not the opposite?"

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"The Finnish FA fines - the clubs pay and supporters suffer"

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"The Finnish FA - be ashamed!"

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"Football fan is not a hooligan"

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"1312 - Reijo (Muuri, one former policeman) back"

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"Fire risk"

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"Fine money goes to the campaign funds?"

(Sauli Niinistö, the current president of the FA, is nominated for president of Finland)

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"The Finnish FA - the murder of the Finnish football culture"

There were also some smaller actions, usuaully with the same message.
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Re: Finland

Postby FUDIST » Mon Oct 03, 2011 6:17 am

HIFK's Stadin kingit with a little pyro show at away game in Hämeenlinna





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HIFK - FC Lahti

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Re: Finland

Postby FUDIST » Mon Oct 03, 2011 12:56 pm

Little more of Stadin Kngit at away game, Dale cavese and dancing after the game. Funny staff :D



and different angle..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=blB8bP0o ... age#t=438s
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Re: Finland

Postby FUDIST » Fri Oct 07, 2011 9:37 pm

Finland - Sweden

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Re: Finland

Postby FUDIST » Sun Oct 09, 2011 3:39 pm

Pohjoiskaarre chanting - Finland vs Sweden



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Re: Finland

Postby FUDIST » Tue Oct 11, 2011 8:19 am

Found some more nice photos

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