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16 Apr 2019 22:51:20
So Kilmarnock want to cut our allocation, that's their choice. We did it with another club to look after our support. The difference being we can fill the seats week in week out, they won't. Now I believe our team should have support home and away but I believe we should hurt these teams financially.

So I would take the 4,000 seats and advise Kilmarnock that we will accept the same allocation of 4,000 for future seasons. 4,000 bears is still a strong support for our team. On another note I would not buy anything from their ground or others for that matter, such as food or beverages, starve them of our cash. Hope they enjoy their 150 year Bash it could be a costly exercise going forward. And still we follow on.

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16 Apr 2019 23:25:20
The decision to boycott games or clubs should be reserved for the fans that actually attend those games! Not by anyone else.

Some fans want to go and support their team at every opportunity and that right shouldn't be taken away from them by anyone.

16 Apr 2019 23:25:43
Kilmarnock supported Rangers in the past when all the others put the bootin.

17 Apr 2019 07:04:23
My observation on this move by Kilmarnock is this. Their chairman believes he is taking a stand against us after their manager had a man period over the sectarian chanting back in a January. He will regret it if we do inform them that we will only take 4000 moving forward. What he fails to realise is that while he may be able to sell these seats he’s took back for this game (even so I doubt it) he won’t be able to sell them moving forward and that’s nothing to do with chanting it’s because the football that they serve up is dross and they don’t have a following like ours who will turn up week in week out regardless. It’s our way of life and he is taking us for a mug full in the knowledge that we will snap up the 8000 again should he offer them. I hope the club take a stand on this and apply for reduced allocation for Kilmarnock and Hibs and Aberdeen. Then asses who else has been at it in this regard. Any bears who buy direct from those clubs are then in direct conflict with the clubs wishes. I’d be really interested in a stat that showed how much income the other 10 clubs made from the 4 old firm home games as opposed to their other 15.

17 Apr 2019 08:40:58
I’ve read the Kilmarnock chairman’s reasons for his decision and if he is willing to take a big hit on their finances then it’s up to him and his board and management team, there’s no way this is a spontaneous decision on their behalf. They are fed up with the coins being thrown and the baiting of their manager. As someone else on the site said, Kilmarnock backed Rangers at times so it’s not just us they are getting at, Celtic and their missile throwers are also mentioned. I don’t get to Kilmarnock’s ground so I don’t have the right to talk boycott, but it is extreme.

17 Apr 2019 09:10:44
That’s a fair point Johnboy🇬🇧.

17 Apr 2019 09:31:48
The way i'm seeing this is all because of the minority of both sets of the old firm fans can't leave this sectarian crap behind us, this is 2019 and no place at a football match.

17 Apr 2019 10:24:04
Well said Blue Blood.

17 Apr 2019 11:43:44
Hear Hear Blue Blood!

17 Apr 2019 19:09:33
Exactly mate. There easy to recognise with us and the Celtic fans as well. It's the fake Irish who wear the NI and the ROI tops but have no idea why. Guys who are Glasgow born and bred but run about was tricolor and red hand of ulster flags 😂 it's time all that nonsense was left in the past.

17 Apr 2019 21:28:39
Frustrated Blue
As my name states I’m from Ulster and I love the flag, but you are right, there is a time and place to fly it and it shouldn’t be a football game, I despise that tri- colour, I call it a butchers apron, but I can’t have it both ways, Good old fashion Rangers flags is good enough?



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