• Join ccmfans.net

    ccmfans.net is the Central Coast Mariners fan community, and was formed in 2004, so basically the beginning of time for the Mariners. Things have changed a lot over the years, but one thing has remained constant and that is our love of the Mariners. People come and go, some like to post a lot and others just like to read. It's up to you how you participate in the community!

    If you want to get rid of this message, simply click on Join Now or head over to https://www.ccmfans.net/community/register/ to join the community! It only takes a few minutes, and joining will let you post your thoughts and opinions on all things Mariners, Football, and whatever else pops into your mind. If posting is not your thing, you can interact in other ways, including voting on polls, and unlock options only available to community members.

    ccmfans.net is not only for Mariners fans either. Most of us are bonded by our support for the Mariners, but if you are a fan of another club (except the Scum, come on, we need some standards), feel free to join and get into some banter.

Reffing shockers at CCM games (yeah I know)

true believer

Well-Known Member
Newcastle Stadium. Sydney United fans fired rocket launcher flares into the Newcastle family section injuring several kids and adults.
So no fighting . A run of the mill flare .
I was at a parra dogs game with about 20 dicks punching on .
I got called a pitchca at edensor park .
 

marinermick

Well-Known Member
So no fighting . A run of the mill flare .
I was at a parra dogs game with about 20 dicks punching on .
I got called a pitchca at edensor park .

Mr Celery had a knife with a Nazi symbol pulled on him at Edensor Park.

I worked at Sydney United the mid to late nineties. They were not about inclusion for the community, there were not about accepting anyone other than Croats; and yet their criticism of the A-League is that it doesn’t embrace all nationalities. That is total BS.
 

true believer

Well-Known Member
Mr Celery had a knife with a Nazi symbol pulled on him at Edensor Park.

I worked at Sydney United the mid to late nineties. They were not about inclusion for the community, there were not about accepting anyone other than Croats; and yet their criticism of the A-League is that it doesn’t embrace all nationalities. That is total BS.
so like dealing with the squadrunts ,,,,, every game .
so was mr celery's problem was .that he didn't understand smithfield is/was the wild west
 

ryan

Well-Known Member
Mr Celery had a knife with a Nazi symbol pulled on him at Edensor Park.

I worked at Sydney United the mid to late nineties. They were not about inclusion for the community, there were not about accepting anyone other than Croats; and yet their criticism of the A-League is that it doesn’t embrace all nationalities. That is total BS.
I remember going to a Newcastle game at Edensor Park. It felt like stepping into a foreign country. It did not represent Sydney as a whole and it certainly did not embrace cultures other than Croatian.
 

true believer

Well-Known Member
I remember going to a Newcastle game at Edensor Park. It felt like stepping into a foreign country. It did not represent Sydney as a whole and it certainly did not embrace cultures other than Croatian.
bullshit . it didn't represent white anglo saxon newcastle .
 

Online statistics

Members online
10
Guests online
150
Total visitors
160

Forum statistics

Threads
6,472
Messages
328,374
Members
2,478
Latest member
Heidinaito
Top