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the_holgate_roof Posted on 18/01/2020 21:37
Fulham Ground segregation
 
I understand the construction that is going on but was a bit bemused by the lack of segregation last night on the concourses, I know there was no bother, just thought they would have been mandated to put some segregation in place???
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Lemmy_Kilmister Posted on 18/01/2020 23:33

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I didn't realise about the ground building works until best part of the game was through.
It clearly accounted for the crappy camera angles on the telly.
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my_mate_looks_like_phil_stamp Posted on 19/01/2020 00:35

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that's my second visit to Craven Cottage (last time was 2006) and as far as I know it's always been like that - away fans, neutral fans, home fans, with no segregation. It's in one of the nicest parts of london (walk through the park from Putney Bridge station makes a nice change!) and there is never any beef
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Buddy Posted on 19/01/2020 00:46

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Yep, that end has always had minimal segregation. It's long been my view that football would be a lot better without the need to separate "opposing" supporters like warring tribes.
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Kezzy1876 Posted on 19/01/2020 00:56

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It is very odd though, the atmosphere is crap. There seems to be about 1 in 2 tourists, lots of Chinese and Aussies oddly, they obviously market to tourists very well comapred to other smaller London clubs like QPR and Brentford etc.
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futureboy Posted on 19/01/2020 01:10

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The rest of the stand we were in used to be officially neutral, but it isn't anymore, as the building work means their capacity is down and they've taken back that area for home fans only (well, in theory, at least). So any reference to the neutral area is now out of date. Not sure if it'll go back to being neutral when the new stand is built.
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boro19 Posted on 19/01/2020 01:16

Fulham Ground segregation
As it should be don't understand why we can't be like America NFL fans sit next to each other why the need for segregation at all personally.
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EpiphanyProudfoot Posted on 19/01/2020 02:24

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I understand the Fulham fans have requested segregation following the atmospheric rise in floating air biscuits than terrorised their nostrils all night.
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Abel_Tasman Posted on 19/01/2020 08:59

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“football would be a lot better without the need to separate "opposing" supporters like warring tribes.”

Of course we would but never going to happen. Whilst it works in the genteel and affluent demograph of Fulham supporters it wouldn’t in the narky chip shoulder environment of a say St Andrews.
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Cleveleyssmoggie Posted on 19/01/2020 09:08

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Just think of the carnage at the Riverside if the wannabe’s in the south stand mixed with away fans [;)]

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Lemmy_Kilmister Posted on 19/01/2020 09:14

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It's been going on for thousands of years.

The Blues and the Greens anyone???
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Capybara Posted on 19/01/2020 10:25

Fulham Ground segregation
It's not unusual to see home and away supporters sitting together in Germany. As long as you don't go in the wrong 'end' it's not a problem. You do, mostly, have to go through security like at Tottenham on Tuesday though.

Anyroad, how do Fulham get away with knocking down and replacing the stand on the side without doing something about the 'temporary' stand first?
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Small_town Posted on 19/01/2020 13:17

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It’s weird now a go to rugby to here about segregation. It simply isn’t necessary for us. Was remarking about it yesterday: lots of friendly “bonjours” and “Bon chance”s to our french opponents , they were sat all around us and added to the atmosphere.
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rob_fmttm Posted on 19/01/2020 13:21

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I hadn't thought about that Capy - how long has that end been temporary now?
Charlton used to be similar with one stand after they returned to the Valley but yes the underfoot it still feels like the temporary steps and walkways behind the goal at Craven Cottage.
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free_pint Posted on 19/01/2020 14:42

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Think the whole neutral stands stuff kills an atmosphere. You're singing for Boro whilst the person next to you in singing for someone else? It's why football atmosphere is unique to every other sport.
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1finny Posted on 19/01/2020 16:00

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Is it the same when Chelsea/QPR come to town?
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