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  1. Not the first time i have heard them do absolutely **** all despite clear as day evidence. it goes into the too hard basket
  2. and yet has not called any of the RBB representatives direct for their opinion
  3. Friday night game ****ed that all up for us. We had one planned for the original saturday night one, but in order to do a march on a Friday night, we needed to be ready at the station prior to 7pm which for a lot of people may be difficult with work. I myself who signs off on the Form 1 documents for this to occur cant get to Kogarah before 7pm for example. As for the post in question and i will say it as simple as possible. Definately not homophobic, no curse words were used, no specific target was mentioned. it was a **** stir post like all derby posts have always been. The beauty of interpretation i suppose; we copped some heat, but we're definitely not homophobes. FFS i have 2 gay cousins Anyway - least the derby got some spotlight (controversially or not). I hope all those attending tonight sing their guts out, whether you like the RBB or not, but do it for WSW
  4. reminder to all Collection buckets will be stationed upon entry to multiple gates this weekend to accept cash donations for the appeal. Full results of our collection will be revealed later next week once a count is officially done
  5. God bless Now I'm gonna kick back at Marconi on watch our women hopefully get a win
  6. Following on from the success of our last Bush Fire appeal drive back in 2013, we are asking everyone to dig deep once again as our city & state faces what is looking to be the worst bush fire season in recent history. Whether you are a Red and Black Bloc member, a Western Sydney Wanderers member or just a member of the general public we are asking you to be generous once again as we try to raise some funds to donate to charity(ies) who in turn will help out those affected by the ongoing bush fires. Donations will be taken via this page, or in person up until full time of the Wanderer's next home match against Melbourne City on Friday November 22nd. Prior to kick off, donations will be accepted at the Crown Hotel during pre match drinks and also at each entry gate to Bankwest where donation tins will be stationed prior to kick off. In times of crisis, no matter what colours we bleed- we unite as one. https://www.gofundme.com/f/rbb-bush-fire-appeal?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet Donations will cease to be taken on Sunday 24/11 and final figure to be released a couple days later. Comments, likes and sharing the link is great and all....but it doesnt spell results. So please dig deep and donate something.= RBB kicked off the donations with $500 - i am sure we can all spare $10
  7. great performance however way to many passengers in right hand side standing bays If you purchased this section cause it was the cheapest i am sure we can accommodate for you to move and to the dickhead who cut down one of the material strip in the central bay....i am sure we will never see you again you bandwagon ****
  8. well i can categorically deny that came from any of the RBB organisation group as we did not attend the forum given active support meeting was the night before and did not want the regular WSW forum hogged by active support discussions.
  9. For Derby this week If you are sitting with in RBB area or not, please listen to instructions given out for Tifo. In addition, if you are in the standing section, please spread out as it holds 1200 people, there is no longer a need to be squashed all in the centre. If you have match books etc, please look at using this as confetti for additional colour etc. no matter where you are sitting. Participate and join in with the chants, be part of the spectacle and not a by stander.
  10. how many years ago was this? a lot has changed since then We have not pushed for any walk out song/anthem as yet as nothing suggested has been good to be honest. Yes we sing glorious because of the choreo with scarves that goes with it, but until another song/chant is raised as an idea and has overwhelming support for it, why force through something that would sound just as crap as what is happening now? It's also difficult to force something - happy to listen to ideas, but after flicking through the forums there has literally been no suggestions that jump off the page
  11. Yes. We approached them in the off season and got the same answer Collector had first choice, but then withdrew wanting to do anything with RBB 1 week before the leeds game without any notice. Local police were very accommodating in our discussions and were on board with our suggestion with using the Crown Hotel on Church St. This choice also allows us to conduct Marches down Church Street once again in a smooth and entertaining manner, allowing those eating on Eat Street to join in the marches also. The people at the Crown have been fantastic so far, they are Wanderers fans themselves and have invested in large TV screens in the upstairs Bar areas for home and away matches and will also be putting on meal and drinks specials on certain match days. This will be the official home of the RBB and any wanderers fans for the foreseeable future and I encourage others to join us there
  12. Jess - my suggestion would be to email John Tsatsimas direct Whilst it will not resolve anything for you - it is just another case we can put forward when we hold talks with the new venue operators at parra (same as ANZ, but we need to stamp this **** out now)
  13. um sorry? where on earth did RBB announce anything about pyro before derby mate? because a pic was posted with an old derby photo that had pyro in it? no need to over analyse mate. I can categorically state that the 2 flares that went off were unknown to me (i can only speak for myself). Furthermore, if history shows anything ****in 2 flares is piss weak. U know **** was organised in the past when there was way more than that. Leadership group of the RBB (which does not include me these days but i still assist where possible) has done all they can since all the dramas of last season and the constant threats. Anybody who keeps saying its RBB responsibility blah blah..yeah no worries ill make sure i put my hand up next time to do individual pat downs of every single person that walks in. Give me a break honestly. At this point in time - RBB is just fed up with how football is run in this country. This isn't a PYRO demonstration or a hissy fit that we got in trouble because of that. These sort of Anti FFA statements and demonstrations against FFA have been occuring for 2 seasons now ever since we brought up the banning process (which FFA has done stuff all about). The naivety of some people who actually think this is all a demonstration about allowing PYRO into games is just utter stupidity. The sport we love and the game we follow so passionately is being driven into the ground and every body is happy to just carry on like nothing is happening. Yes RBB was warned that any incident may result in our area being closed down in pre season...so why the **** would we jeopardise that? For those who have attended games this season, where have there been any incidents in the active end (either home or away?). RBB has done its best to clean up its act, so it can go back to making TIFO's and an atmosphere...they have jumped hoops to get things approved only to be shut down by the FFA and our club administration despite almost a full season of good behaviour. Enough is enough in my opinion - derby actions aside (which i am sure the authorities are investigating and it is their job to do so..not ours), behaviour has been impeccable this season and yet everything that was promised to us with good behaviour has not come through from FFA or the clubs end. For example, TIFO for derby 2 which included the word 'clown' rejected after much deliberation 3 days before derby. Come derby 3..SFC have the word 'clown' in their TIFO. So this makes us wonder why does our club not have the balls to defend its fans? In summary - the state of our game is in a messy, David Gallops gets a 2 year extension and earns a wage over $1 mil a season (thats almost 50% of a clubs salary cap!) and what has he achieved? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING
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