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Rob 1st December 2018 23.48:41

Newport bus damage
 
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Pic tweeted up via [url]https://twitter.com/donna1ncafc/status/1069028043560239105[/url] pointing finger to Wrexham rather than accidental etc it seems [I]"Shattered window on our coach! Kids and elderly people on our coach. #cheers #wrexham" [/I]

Red-C 2nd December 2018 00.16:00

Re: Newport bus damage
 
[QUOTE=Rob;2200751][IMG]https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DtXzVLsX4AIs_zk.jpg[/IMG]

Pic tweeted up via [url]https://twitter.com/donna1ncafc/status/1069028043560239105[/url] pointing finger to Wrexham rather than accidental etc it seems [I]"Shattered window on our coach! Kids and elderly people on our coach. #cheers #wrexham" [/I][/QUOTE]

If a bus window has been smashed when parked in an official spot then we need to ask questions of what the dozens of police were doing. Those human chains across the street were ridiculous and just posturing.

REDGOG 2nd December 2018 00.26:50

Re: Newport bus damage
 
Two Newport buses pulled over up just off the bypass, on the rhostyllen slipway, with a police car with its lights on , around 10.20.


Anything to do with this?

bowler 2nd December 2018 01.10:13

Re: Newport bus damage
 
We live in an era of morons

paddockgraham 2nd December 2018 01.34:20

Re: Newport bus damage
 
looks like steam on the windows?

xsb 2nd December 2018 01.50:23

Re: Newport bus damage
 
Not done when parked up. The bus was on the move after the match. As stated earlier, women and children on the coach and not an accident. One moron can give a club a bad name.

spuderz123 2nd December 2018 02.24:25

Re: Newport bus damage
 
Couldn't have happened to a nicer bunch. Fvck 'em

pagl 2nd December 2018 03.05:04

Re: Newport bus damage
 
[QUOTE=bowler;2200764]We live in an era of morons[/QUOTE]

We always have. Buses used to get bricked every week.
Absolute stupidity and potentialy life threatening.

Hope they catch them and get them in court.

The silent fan 2nd December 2018 07.20:04

Re: Newport bus damage
 
[QUOTE=spuderz123;2200771]Couldn't have happened to a nicer bunch. Fvck 'em[/QUOTE]

Typical moronic comment.

Connahs_Quay_Red 2nd December 2018 07.40:48

Re: Newport bus damage
 
Oh dear, poor this- imagine this brick/rock hitting a kid on his head?

Very naive and wil not help add to the warm welcome we always get at Newport anyway!!

RHYLRED 2nd December 2018 07.48:54

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[QUOTE=spuderz123;2200771]Couldn't have happened to a nicer bunch. Fvck 'em[/QUOTE]

Jesus, thought you were better than that.

aussiejackoinsaudi 2nd December 2018 07.53:24

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[QUOTE=spuderz123;2200771]Couldn't have happened to a nicer bunch. Fvck 'em[/QUOTE]

What a pathetic person you must be.

Wrexham's Patrick Bateman 2nd December 2018 08.43:41

Re: Newport bus damage
 
[QUOTE=bowler;2200764]We live in an era of morons[/QUOTE]

It's nothing new..Half brick smashed through the window just in front of me, on the train coming out of Burnley, after the cup tie in the 70s..
We were also stoned in a (I think) Hanmers) coach at Crewe years ago...But this time ,the coach driver stopped, and a few gave chase, got the culprit and took him to the Police Station..

petered 2nd December 2018 08.44:27

Re: Newport bus damage
 
[QUOTE=Red-C;2200756]If a bus window has been smashed when parked in an official spot then we need to ask questions of what the dozens of police were doing. Those human chains across the street were ridiculous and just posturing.[/QUOTE]

So just to clarify,the people who actually caused the damage are not to blame?

BillEBadass 2nd December 2018 09.04:42

Re: Newport bus damage
 
[QUOTE=Wrexham's Patrick Bateman;2200836]It's nothing new..Half brick smashed through the window just in front of me, on the train coming out of Burnley, after the cup tie in the 70s..
We were also stoned in a (I think) Hanmers) coach at Crewe years ago...But this time ,the coach driver stopped, and a few gave chase, got the culprit and took him to the Police Station..[/QUOTE]

That sounds very like an incident after a match at Port Vale in the early 60s

It's a disgraceful and indiscriminate act which could cause major injury to a fellow football fan regardless of who they support.

Yet again an individual or small group cast a dark shadow over our great Club.

Willywill 2nd December 2018 09.49:44

Re: Newport bus damage
 
It sounds like a terrible throw back to the 70ís. I remember coming away from a Swindon away game, the cops told us to get on our knees as their idiots sometimes threw bricks. Our coach missed out but others didnít. Misguided idiots, but they must be found and punished.

Travis Bickle 2nd December 2018 09.54:35

Re: Newport bus damage
 
Horrible thing to do, what if it was young Gypsies throwing stones? If so it wouldn't have been necessarily "Newport targeted" as those people target anyone or anything that isn't one of their own.

Red Light 2nd December 2018 10.09:30

Re: Newport bus damage
 
[QUOTE=REDGOG;2200761]Two Newport buses pulled over up just off the bypass, on the rhostyllen slipway, with a police car with its lights on , around 10.20.


Anything to do with this?[/QUOTE]

Wonder if all the coaches were under police escort when this happened - often happens all over the country but at some point the escort would have stopped and turned back - you would think that once the coaches got up to the A483 roundabout they would be away from potential harm and complete their departure under their own steam.

Could have happened as the coaches passed under A483 bridges perhaps ?

Regardless - it has done nothing to increase the safety of our supporters taking coach travel to the replay - reprisals can be expected.

Moronic behaviour - could have caused something far more serious than damage to a window.

John Neals Dynasty 2nd December 2018 10.10:02

[QUOTE=spuderz123;2200771]Couldn't have happened to a nicer bunch. Fvck 'em[/QUOTE]



Did you throw it? You seemed to agree with it.
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Cenotaff 2nd December 2018 10.22:56

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I remember Port Vale away in the early 2000's and our coach was getting pelted. Not nice, especially since you get that trapped feeling. So easily a piece of broken glass could fly into an innocent person's eye/s. Unfortunately, I doubt those involved give a rats ass.

redone 2nd December 2018 10.25:23

Re: Newport bus damage
 
goodison park 1979,on a crosville double decker had the windows smashed and rocked ,thought it was gona tip over i was only 10 yrs old very scary

dalekshire 2nd December 2018 10.28:35

Re: Newport bus damage
 
Anfield April 2018 v Man City spring to mind ? Coach was hit over 500 times and with the City players clearly distressed still had to go and play the match

redroar 2nd December 2018 10.56:32

Re: Newport bus damage
 
[QUOTE=spuderz123;2200771]Couldn't have happened to a nicer bunch. Fvck 'em[/QUOTE]

Pathetic comment.

Red-C 2nd December 2018 10.58:56

Re: Newport bus damage
 
[QUOTE=petered;2200840]So just to clarify,the people who actually caused the damage are not to blame?[/QUOTE]

Absolutely they are I just think if you having an excessively large Police presence it should function. Instead of human chains of coppers, keep away fans back and escort them to coaches, cars, trains etc if required. Idea of dozens of police, vans and a helicopter yet someone gets away with bricking a bus is very poor organisation.

petered 2nd December 2018 11.22:55

Re: Newport bus damage
 
[QUOTE=Red-C;2200960]Absolutely they are I just think if you having an excessively large Police presence it should function. Instead of human chains of coppers, keep away fans back and escort them to coaches, cars, trains etc if required. Idea of dozens of police, vans and a helicopter yet someone gets away with bricking a bus is very poor organisation.[/QUOTE]

Fair point.

TWREX 2nd December 2018 11.34:39

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[QUOTE=redone;2200918]goodison park 1979,on a crosville double decker had the windows smashed and rocked ,thought it was gona tip over i was only 10 yrs old very scary[/QUOTE]

Yes remember that day well, we had a brick through the window of the coach I was on very scary.

blackbrookred 2nd December 2018 11.56:57

Re: Newport bus damage
 
The people who have done it are idiots. Those who condone are not far behind.
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REDGOG 2nd December 2018 12.00:29

Re: Newport bus damage
 
If it happened on the by pass heading towards Rhostyllen it may have nothing to do with Wrexham fans, My vehicle got hit a couple of weeks ago travelling home lucky for me no side windows just a dent in the bodywork.


If it was at the ground then no excuse it reflects badly on us as a club.

jonesfach 2nd December 2018 12.06:26

Re: Newport bus damage
 
[QUOTE=REDGOG;2201001]If it happened on the by pass heading towards Rhostyllen it may have nothing to do with Wrexham fans, My vehicle got hit a couple of weeks ago travelling home lucky for me no side windows just a dent in the bodywork.


If it was at the ground then no excuse it reflects badly on us as a club.[/QUOTE]

Could it have happened whilst going past the gypsy site as there have been lots of similar incidents recently. May not of been football related?

Whoever it is they need locking up.:(

Vorporix 2nd December 2018 12.13:24

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[QUOTE=blackbrookred;2200997]The people who have done it are idiots. [B]Those who condone are not far behind.[/B]
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They are the same - you cannot condone this.

spuderz123 2nd December 2018 12.22:18

Re: Newport bus damage
 
[QUOTE=RHYLRED;2200803]Jesus, thought you were better than that.[/QUOTE]

I'm yet to meet a Newport fan who isn't a **** so I won't be losing any sleep over this. Not like they haven't chucked rocks and stones at us down there too.

Usually I'd be joining you in condemning it but I'll make an exception for Newport

dewi ogwen 2nd December 2018 12.31:13

Re: Newport bus damage
 
I live down here in Caerphilly and your comments are very wrong. Most Newport fans are decent football supporters like most of ours. Unfortunately both clubs have idiots who spoil thing for the rest of us. I'm sure agreeing with this behavior won't help the safety of our fans at Rodney Parade next week.

Red Light 2nd December 2018 13.24:15

Re: Newport bus damage
 
[QUOTE=dewi ogwen;2201027]I live down here in Caerphilly and your comments are very wrong. Most Newport fans are decent football supporters like most of ours. Unfortunately both clubs have idiots who spoil thing for the rest of us. I'm sure agreeing with this behavior won't help the safety of our fans at Rodney Parade next week.[/QUOTE]

A very sensible voice of reason - puts others to shame.

Stafford Red 2nd December 2018 13.34:16

Re: Newport bus damage
 
[QUOTE=aussiejackoinsaudi;2200805]What a pathetic person you must be.[/QUOTE]

I don't get why we should like everyone. You judge on your own experience.
Most fans keep themselves to themselves, so don't get noticed. I've never noticed anything other than a hostile reception at Newport, it's a bit reminiscent of Cardiff and Swansea 30 years ago.

Bigmike 2nd December 2018 13.40:32

Re: Newport bus damage
 
[QUOTE=dewi ogwen;2201027]I live down here in Caerphilly and your comments are very wrong. Most Newport fans are decent football supporters like most of ours. Unfortunately both clubs have idiots who spoil thing for the rest of us. I'm sure agreeing with this behavior won't help the safety of our fans at Rodney Parade next week.[/QUOTE]

well said

standman 2nd December 2018 15.40:27

Re: Newport bus damage
 
Iím glad no one was hurt but must agree any Newport supporters I have come across are pretty much scum. In Dublin watching Wales myself and a mate surrounded by 12 brave Newport but they soon did one when four Cardiff fans came to our aid, funny how when it was 12 v 6 they never fancied the odds no more. Plus I never forget some of them pointing and laughing at crying children at our loss at Wembley, scum. I know they wonít all be the same but thatís my only experiences of them so can only comment on what I have seen.

Renť Higuita 2nd December 2018 16.05:33

Re: Newport bus damage
 
[QUOTE=spuderz123;2201018]I'm yet to meet a Newport fan who isn't a **** so I won't be losing any sleep over this. Not like they haven't chucked rocks and stones at us down there too.

Usually I'd be joining you in condemning it but I'll make an exception for Newport[/QUOTE]

reasonable behaviour....:toilet:

Red_Jackoisback 2nd December 2018 16.06:59

Re: Newport bus damage
 
There is no excuse fir this behaviour if true.

Cowardly.

Zipper 2nd December 2018 16.13:24

Re: Newport bus damage
 
[QUOTE=dewi ogwen;2201027]I live down here in Caerphilly and your comments are very wrong. Most Newport fans are decent football supporters like most of ours. Unfortunately both clubs have idiots who spoil thing for the rest of us. I'm sure agreeing with this behavior won't help the safety of our fans at Rodney Parade next week.[/QUOTE]

Our idiots think they are hard wearing 10 year old stone island jumpers,fkin front line cestrians

Prodigal Dragon 2nd December 2018 16.17:23

Re: Newport bus damage
 
Whoever did this acted irresponsibly, and jeopardised life and limb.

Hope the police find the culprit(s) and charge them accordingly.

Regardless what some folk think of some Newport fans, there is no justification for such reckless and dangerous acts.


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