Exit Steaua?

Adăugat la 01 octombrie 2010
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by Publius

 

Let’s say it’s your average Thursday as a brainless hooligan Steaua  Bucuresti supporter. You dress up according the dress code from your club wearing proudly the infamous red and blue black hoodies. You camb shave your hair trendy completely and you go hang out at Piata Unirii in front of the Mc Donalds to gather with your fellow brainless hooligans friends. Who also acknowledge the same dress code. You make a little contest, who looks most mean and tough. Because you want everyone to see: we are a horde Steaua fans.


You can do this easily, because you have no job and you have no wife or girlfriend anyway that talk some sense in you. You lean against the store windows looking with utter discontent and dismay at anyone who is not in your black hoodies dress code. And from there you go with your buddies to the Stadium. You can also meet at the Stadium, but that is not intimidating fun enough. Because you and your buddies speak the same dialect, and hopefully you can catch some lost Dinamo or Rapid supporters enemies of the state. Because this is football. And you despise all authorities anyway. For you it’s the most important event of….the week. A night out with your buddies always starts at Mc Donalds, as that restaurant is famous for…their children’s Happy Meal menu.

When the match starts you are in a good mood. Actually, you not care to much about the match anyway as loosing has become normal these days at Ghencea stadium. You get confused by yet again another (1,2,3,4) coach. The fourth of this season, let’s hope it stays at four, because counting over four is such a hassle. But what do you care really, from a distance they all look the same. They are dressed in a suit and they speak your language. And you are not there to see football anyway right? Everything goes well right until one of Steaua’s players deliberately kicks a defender in the face and gets a well deserved red card. And from then on things turn around and goal after goal is made against your team. Logically speaking: with one man less on the pitch it is obvious where to put the blame. The match ended four minutes to late. And when you not know the rules that a referee use this is very confusing. Did he not signaled extra time would last 4 minutes? Yes he did, but in those extra four minutes enough happened to add another four. But you don’t care, because you despise any authority anyway. And then the Pizza experts from Naples score the equalizer. Drama! Right after the final whistle players, coach and officials (!!) storm aggressively to the referee. Which for the monkeys supporters on the stands is the starting gun to throw chairs and more on the pitch and preferably on the referee. That’s right, tear down your own house. Make your own club a disgrace. It gets more strange as now suddenly your own coach starts waving his arms not to act so violently while he and his players actually started this aggression. But you don’t care, because you saw the coach and players do the same, and in good fashion of the owner of the club, Gigi Becali and his family, displaying uncontrolled anger if you not get what you want is the most normal thing in the world. And so see all of Europe a match and crowd out of control which is always good advertisement for the famous holiday destination called Bucharest. What was once a powerful, famous club, has become a parody of itself. Inflamed by its owner. From board to fans, they all (re)act the same.

Later in the evening the completely Steaua biased neutral television company Amateur tv Pro tv makes note of the Napoli supporters having aggressed the Steaua fans by calling them Gypsies Rroma. Jeez…. now we get it. All the fault lays in the hands of the Napoli supporters. Because the brainless retards Steaua fans never ever said anything disrespectful to the friendly Italian visitors. Needless to say Steaua face some serious punishment from the UEFA, maybe expulsion from the Euro league. It may very well be that Piata Unirii will remain empty for some time in the near future.

 
Exit Steaua?
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