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Green Street Hooligans.

The GSE. The Green Street Elite. West Ham United's firm.

This movie is ******* great. Knew nothing more about football "hooligans' than what I'd heard of them on the news... All bad.

After watching this I have nothing but warm fuzzy feeling for said hooligans. It's all about standing your ground with your mates, even when you're outnumbered... Especially when you're outnumbered! Your actions & words are your all & your reputation is worth dying for. Who cares who's in it, it's a good watch. Go watch it. 10 out of 10, in my humble opinion.
 

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If you liked that, you will surely like "the Football Factory". Same sort of film, just better in my opinion.
 
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Ha. Looks good. "What else you gonna do on a Saturday." Lol. What's with this Millwall FC firm? The feckers are in both films, seem to be the hardest cunts in football.
 

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Oh bollox, just watched the trailer for football factory again and had to dig it out of my collection, got a couple hours to spare and a few cold ones in the fridge, its a hard life!
 

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Have to agree, watch the Football Factory RMD, I think it's more realistic than that little hobbit running around thinking he's a hooligan! Green Street is still pretty good though.
 

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Have to agree, watch the Football Factory RMD, I think it's more realistic than that little hobbit running around thinking he's a hooligan! Green Street is still pretty good though.
Hahaha, well said Kinza, although your right, it is a good film.
 

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Green Street Hooligans.

The GSE. The Green Street Elite. West Ham United's firm.

This movie is ******* great. Knew nothing more about football "hooligans' than what I'd heard of them on the news... All bad.

After watching this I have nothing but warm fuzzy feeling for said hooligans. It's all about standing your ground with your mates, even when you're outnumbered... Especially when you're outnumbered! Your actions & words are your all & your reputation is worth dying for. Who cares who's in it, it's a good watch. Go watch it. 10 out of 10, in my humble opinion.
Fcuk me mate it is obvious you not been around after an Auld Firm Gemme (Glasgow Rangers v Glasgow Celtic) when it kicks off.It is total madness.This is not just a club thing it is a religious matter, Protestant against Catholic.All hell can break loose:mad:
 

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To anyone who saw the dire "hooligan" film Green Street, theres the sequel "Stand Your Ground" which is so bad its good.
The story is three of the West Ham mob get imprisoned in some sort of maximum security prison populated by Danny Dyer clones where everyone's a "facking mug" or a "dirty rotten slaaaaaaaagg" and have to battle the prison warders and the Millwall mob who apparently run all high security wings in the UK.
Until a warder sees the nobility in their violence and arranges for them to play a footie match which if they win they get released apparently...you can guess what happens next.
Future cult classic its that sh1te....
 

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You should also watch "The Firm (2009)" it is the most recent film made and has a great 80's soundtrack.

My favouret lines inclue.... Alright doll... Leave it out you ginger cu*t!!
You milk bottle cu*t

It's worth a watch and has some classic moments.
 

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Green Street Hooligans.

The GSE. The Green Street Elite. West Ham United's firm.

This movie is ******* great. Knew nothing more about football "hooligans' than what I'd heard of them on the news... All bad.

After watching this I have nothing but warm fuzzy feeling for said hooligans. It's all about standing your ground with your mates, even when you're outnumbered... Especially when you're outnumbered! Your actions & words are your all & your reputation is worth dying for. Who cares who's in it, it's a good watch. Go watch it. 10 out of 10, in my humble opinion.
Its gay as ****.
 

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Soccer... ******* mad cunts the lot of ya. ;)
Football mate, the films are set in England not the US lol:p

I had a few mates who were/are in a millwall firm who were the nicest people you will ever meet until match day and about 2hours before the game. 8 years ago i used to go to matches with them when we were on leave or had a weekend off at the same time but realised one of my mates was there just for the fighting which was all well and good until i got stabbed in the chest just 1 inch from my heart and also ended with a 5 inch slash across my stomach. I was very young and in way over my head. Last i heard all three of my mates had been kicked out after spending time in the GlassHouse and then on to Civvy prison for a string of violence related offences all involving Football and that was 5years ago so god knows where they are now. I think i will stick with fighting over beer and women my two favouret things lol :;):p
 

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RMD Truth is that there are many what we call "Derbys"` over here with teams very close geographically playing each other. Everybody wioll give you his or her own opinion on that - HOWEVER ...

The SCUMMIEST match of ALL has to be West Ham v Millwall.

Both teams are total crap, and they have relied for years on the supporters to win their match for them in an "apres ski" skirmish involving lots of blood and prison sentences generally.

For my own part I was born within spitting distance of Millwall FC, but due to where I live now am sort of obliged to support West Ham in the pub at least if I don't want Molotov cocktails posted through my letterbox.

Frankly BOTH teams are total crap - and the violent element of both supporter clubs are minority Right Wing Nazis.

Support Liverpool - like me. We`are turning Chinese it seems. Now there's a future !
 

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We don't have that kind of football level in Sweden (however, some of my old mates would like us to). Of course I played the game like every other kid in my country, but lost touch with after leaving my teens. However, all this writing got me to check the film suggestions (again). Ruined me of some well needed sleep for a couple of nights. Also, remember now that I, as a football ignorant idiot at the age of 27 (at that age one should know better), got tickets to the game England v Sweden at old Wembley in 1999. At that time I was working (more like trying...) as a trainee at the Swedish embassy in London (for the record I missed that career path). I was so f...ing stupid that I went to the game via the tube with a jacket and cuff links with the Swedish "coat of arms" trying to look like a Swedish/English gentleman. Already in the tube I realised that perhaps in the future I should try to keep a low profile. Sweden lost - luckily said some of my colleagues. Otherwise there may have been more Swedish citizens involved in trouble which always was a concern for the Embassy staff.

Not sure my tribute to this thread is any good but there u go (having a couple of pints and the urge to write something, anything, is to great:eek:).

/ Brad
 

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We don't have that kind of football level in Sweden (however, some of my old mates would like us to). Of course I played the game like every other kid in my country, but lost touch with after leaving my teens. However, all this writing got me to check the film suggestions (again). Ruined me of some well needed sleep for a couple of nights. Also, remember now that I, as a football ignorant idiot at the age of 27 (at that age one should know better), got tickets to the game England v Sweden at old Wembley in 1999. At that time I was working (more like trying...) as a trainee at the Swedish embassy in London (for the record I missed that career path). I was so f...ing stupid that I went to the game via the tube with a jacket and cuff links with the Swedish "coat of arms" trying to look like a Swedish/English gentleman. Already in the tube I realised that perhaps in the future I should try to keep a low profile. Sweden lost - luckily said some of my colleagues. Otherwise there may have been more Swedish citizens involved in trouble which always was a concern for the Embassy staff.

Not sure my tribute to this thread is any good but there u go (having a couple of pints and the urge to write something, anything, is to great:eek:).

/ Brad
We'll forgive you Brad because you're Swedish.

My wife is over there at the moment in some huge Water Park attraction with our kids. I hope she doesn't bring verrucas back home (or even worse like a tall, handsome Swedish male as a house pet ) LOL :)
 

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We'll forgive you Brad because you're Swedish.

My wife is over there at the moment in some huge Water Park attraction with our kids. I hope she doesn't bring verrucas back home (or even worse ) LOL :)
Verrucas... I just had to look that word up. Ok... perhaps a risk:)

But, worse, nooo. Nothing to be concerned about. Remember - Swedish ladies are stunning - Swedish gents not (saw my ugly face this morning, not a pretty sight).

So Mr Kronenberg, Sweden do bring more to the table than just ignorant wannabes. Water Park attraction. At least that's something. :) God, did I say that...

I have better try to catch my beauty sleep before I write some real crap.


Ps Missed that u edited your post (tall, Swedish, handsome, male... perhaps not to be used in this forums search engine...:)). But you can see my reassuring answer in my reply above.
 

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So Mr Kronenberg, Sweden do bring more to the table than just ignorant wannabes. Water Park attraction. At least that's something. :) God, did I say that...
Hahaha - Fantastic Brad. Sweet dreams (I'm still working sadly...)
 
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Football/Soccer/Roundball/Wogball. Either way you're still ******* mad. Steven C, you're one lucky bastard. Nothing here in Oz comes close to it. Like you said Kro, you're very close to one another geographically, yet you can't drink in each others pubs or you'll get a wee bit touched up. It's a cultural thing. Here in Oz, in most country towns you have on average, three pubs, the top, the middle, & the RSL, & two or three football ovals. We just can't afford to run around kicking in each others heads. You'd get noticed. In the cities it's a different story, but on the whole everyone gets along well enough to make it home in one piece. Violence just isn't the aim of a night out at the footy, it's just not cricket. We don't give a shit. It's just a game. Mind you there is more violence on the sidelines at our VicKick games that are held for the under 12's. The parents loose the plot big time. The AFL has brought in bouncers at the VicKick games with stab proof vests. ******* crazy. The violence should be on the oval, it's the nature of REAL football, a REAL contact sport. Two mates can be up against one another & knock each other out, get up, get on with the game, win or lose, & leave as mates again. Who gives a toss about your colors.

But that's Aussie Rules, & Soccer is different. Soccer has only been big here since the 2006 World Cup in Germany. (We could have won too if it wasn't for that ******* Italian playing possum.) Amongst the Wogs & other darkies it's been a big thing ever since they got off of the boat back in the 50's, but I don't give a shit about what Wogs like, & apparently neither does the rest of Australia. My brother in law is a Lebo & he & all his cousins, all 500 of them, still play Aussie Rules.

I saw a news report a few years back about a few hundred Brits being escorted to the Airport, somewhere in Europe, after being told to piss off after a match ended with them rioting in the streets. LOL!!! :cool: I just assumed it was a National thing, drunken Poms fighting whoever they could because they lost a game of Soccer. I never knew about the Firms or the rivalry between this or that club. Still, it sounds like a good way to spend a few Saturdays.

P.S. In case you didn't pick up on the insults above... Soccer is for pussies & pretty boys! David Beckham is a fag! LOL. All except that French legend who gets around head-butting blokes. :cool:
 

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