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Acho que dificilmente o estádio o estádio vai encher, n encheu contra o manchester, nem contra o benfica, ou ate contra a roma por isso deve haver bilhetes no dia do jogo.It will probably be titckets available before the match. I'm not quite sure there will be tickets for foreign fans. In there matches there's allways a place for foreign fans, i don't think they will let rangers' fans and sporting's fans be mixed up by security reasons. there's allready a thread in this forum about the game which has been made by another ranges' fan.
Obrigado para a ajuda rapazes tão distantes. Honestamente, eu wiyld espera seu estar em para cima de 7000 ventiladores de Guardas viajando. Muitos deles ticketless. Se olhar quadros de ventiladores de Guardas longe de lar, você verá tomamos uma multidão grande em toda parte - e são muito alto! O que é as possibilidades de seu é bilhetes comprar para o fim de lar, como fizemo-lo antes de e sentar-se-á em com os ventiladores de lar outra vez.
I Would seriously advice agains coming to Lisbon without tickets. Our robocops wont allow you guys to buy tickets in areas not specificaly to Rangers fans, and those tickets wil, most certenaly, be send to Glasgow, so buy your ticket back home. PS: You 'd better write in english here. Noone can understand those «moronic» web translations.
Very sorry about that then guys, as I said - didnt want to come on here and post in my own language, end up looking ignorant!To recap what I said, I was asking if tickets will be available in Lisbon to buy. Maybe from the club, or shops etc..?Their is, I would say, at least 7000 fans making the journey - many without a ticket!Also, how are Sporting playing at the moment?
We were tha shit last 3/4 months, but we're building our game to a more aceptable level in our last matches. We will be playing Liga's CUP final on saturday, and, if we win, no doubt we'll build the momentum needed to give you guys a run for your money.
The Rangers fans have a history of going to away games ticketless. We had over 20,000 fans in the city of Barcelona for the Champions League game this season.All the tickets have been sent to Rangers directly, but the majority of people applying for tickets have been declined - due to the supply being low for the demand.
As for the police, please tell me they are not the same as the Spanish police - who seem to take great pride in battering into any British fans in the country.
É engraçado de ler, mas espero que não seja outra coisa.
Citação de: Glasgow Rangers em Março 21, 2008, 17:08 pmThe Rangers fans have a history of going to away games ticketless. We had over 20,000 fans in the city of Barcelona for the Champions League game this season.All the tickets have been sent to Rangers directly, but the majority of people applying for tickets have been declined - due to the supply being low for the demand.Well, u can certanly count to have lots and lots of pubs (we don't call them pubs, but so u can understand) were u can see the game on tv, if u do'nt get a «miracle paper», a.k.a. ticket to the mighty Estádio José de Alvalade. Citação de: Glasgow Rangers em Março 21, 2008, 17:08 pmAs for the police, please tell me they are not the same as the Spanish police - who seem to take great pride in battering into any British fans in the country. Well, i've read about your «enconter» agains the spanish cops, and i'll say this: U guys are not english, but, make no mistake, some robocops will treat u as an raging english hooligan fan. So, I'll advise to be the polite, and have lots of fun. In If u see trouble, quietly leave on the opposite direction.Anyway, for waht i've read on forums from other teams that visit Portugal, there's not an history of bad enconters agains the portuguese police. It's just better to advised and nothing hapens than the other way arrond, ok?