terça-feira, 30 de agosto de 2011


«Non-League Day is the brainchild of James Doe, a lifelong football fan, supporter of QPR and follower of Harrow Borough FC. In James' own words:

“With England playing on Friday 2nd September and the Premier League and Championship taking a week off, I urge all fans of the big clubs to get out and watch their local Non-League teams instead on Saturday 3rd September 2011!

Given the current financial climate, clubs outside the football league need all the support they can get, so your presence at a game will be genuinely appreciated. With tickets and refreshments at a fraction of the cost, what's stopping you!”

Non-League Day is a celebration of the semi-professional and amateur game and a chance for fans of bigger clubs to experience football at a level they may be otherwise unfamiliar with. Moreover, it is a chance to shine a light on the hundreds of clubs in this country who are almost exclusively volunteer run, and do so much good for the local community, be it through coaching, fund raising or providing opportunities for local people.

This year we aim to make the day bigger and better than ever. Macmillan Cancer Support have come on board as our official charity, ex-England international Chris Waddle is our official ambassador, and we have now secured the backing of the All Party Football Group in Parliament.

In addition, Blue Square have organised a special three-game hop, with countless other clubs running special events all over the country.

The website has been designed as an interactive resource for fans across the country to discover their local team, learn more about the non-league game, and keep abreast of developments as they happen. If supporters or clubs wish to submit news, articles, photos or videos relating to their plans on the day, or non-league football in general, then please feel free to get in touch via the contact page.

We will try to publicise as many stories as possible. Additionally, we welcome any feedback on the content of the site. It is designed by the fans, for the fans, so your thoughts and opinions are invaluable. »



ATHLETIC – RAYO: A bancada rayista.

Extraído de: http://www.nodo50.org/bukaneros/wordpress/?p=1555 , onde poderão encontrar mais retratos do tema.

quarta-feira, 17 de agosto de 2011

Veja - Organic sneakers (plus banda sonora).


«Veja and Paris store French Trotters have teamed up to create a capsule collection based on the Indigenous shoe. The aim was to create a premium collaboration based on clean, subtle design, understated colours and specialist sustainable materials. Initially released at French Trotters flagships in Paris, they are now on limited release across Europe.»
Find more @: http://www.endclothing.co.uk/brands/veja

Furya Granate no jogo de pre temporada contra o Noalla.

Fonte: http://furyagranate.blogspot.com/

UB87 no último jogo Lorient-Bordéus.

Extraído do blog da secção basca dos Ultramarines: http://fcgbeuskadi.blogspot.com/

domingo, 14 de agosto de 2011

Mural à moda antiga..


NON SERVIUM - Novo álbum na forja. Nos escaparates em Setembro..

NON SERVIUM - NUevo disco "El Rodillo del Kaos" 2011
«Despues de una larga espera, por fin podemos decir que el nuevo disco de NON SERVIUM esta terminado!!! Se llamara "EL RODILLO DEL KAOS", Y estara listo para presentarlo en septiembre. Sigue la linea de los anteriores, ni mas ni menos, y decir que hemos contado con colaboraciones muy especiales como Tito (Agresion), Cristian (Ignotus), Evaristo (La polla, Gatillazo), Oso y markitos (Efectos sekundarios), Nacho (Animales muertos)...y que ha quedado muy muy cañero!!! En breve sakaremos las fechas donde lo presentaremos, ke esperamos ke sean muchas, y daremos mas datos sobre la distribucion !!! La espera se hace eterna y estamo



Red Faction - Boro (video época 2010/11).

Video repescado deste blog de rapaziada russa: http://www.sports.ru/tribuna/blogs/afaultras

quinta-feira, 11 de agosto de 2011

SRFC Ultras Vs FC Copenhagen.

Los Fastidios Antifa St. Pauli & Celtic Fans I just Cant Get Enough.

Los Fastidios Antifa St. Pauli & Celtic Fans I just Cant Get Enough.
Concerto na Anti-Racism World Cup 2011, em Belfast.

"A crise não é igual para todos". Foicebook.

«A divulgação pelos principais grupos económicos dos seus resultados do 1º semestre de 2011, permite-nos concluir que o impacto da crise não é igual para todos. Enquanto a uns a crise afecta com
despedimentos, salários em atraso, redução de salários e congelamentos de salários e pensões, para outros ela é quanto muito sinónimo de redução dos lucros. Veja-se o caso dos lucros dos principais grupos económicos no 1º semestre de 2011:

Nota: Nos 1ºs seis meses do ano os resultados já conhecidos de 12 dos principais grupos económicos e financeiros somaram 1 613,2 milhões de euros. Destes destacam-se os resultados dos grupos Jerónimo Martins, Brisa, REN, Galp Energia, EDP e Portucel com crescimentos dos seus lucros no 1º semestre de 2011 comparativamente ao 1º semestre de 2010 respectivamente de 41,4%, 26,2%, 20,7%, 11,5%, 7,8% e 8%. Os resultados dos principais grupos financeiros (CGD, BCP, Santander/Totta, BPI e BES) caíram todos no 1º semestre. Se em 2010 estes Bancos ganharam no 1º semestre 4,9 milhões de euros por dia, agora em 2011 neste 1º semestre e em período de profunda crise financeira, tiveram de lucros 2,7 milhões euros por dia. »

Sacado de: http://foicebook.blogspot.com/2011/08/crise-nao-e-igual-para-todos.html

sexta-feira, 5 de agosto de 2011

O Terni Popular..

Um Clube, Associação de Pessoas (etc..), na óptica capitalista, tem por base o Lucro e no seu estado último olvida os Adeptos, a História, Identidade e todo o propósito do próprio Clube (veja-se o caso do Manchester United e da sua aquisição pelo magnata norte-amercicano Glazer)...

Como resposta a isto, a realidade alternativa do Futebol actual começa a estar polvilhada por casos pontuais de adeptos de um Clube que, em torno desse símbolo, formam a sua própria Associação desportiva alheada da lógica mercantil.

Como exemplos de projectos em franca cavalgada temos o FCUM, o Ciudad Murcia, o AFC Liverpool, o AFC Wimbledon, o Lewes FC e, neste caso, a ASSOCIAZIONE PRIMIDELLASTRADA (ligada a malta do TERNANA):


quinta-feira, 4 de agosto de 2011

Entrevista à banda HARD SKIN (Millwall, Oi!, Vida suburbana, etc...) pela Scanner Zine.

Coming outta 'Sarf London'!

«..I’m guessing you fellas are Millwall fans too? WHY Millwall? They’ll never win anything!! Why not go for a REAL London football team, like Chelsea or Arsenal - West Ham even, that’s who the REJECTS supported? Besides, when Millwall played at my old home town of Ipswich, most of the Millwall fans were seen drinking Gin and Tonic in the trendy bars and arriving at the ground with daffodils sticking outta the back of their jeans, just like Morrissey used to do! What gives there?
..Fat Bob) Millwall are our local team. It's 10 minutes on the train from our manor and they are a team with tradition, pride and a great football team. Chelsea are money mad cunts and their fans are upper class twats who've only supported them for 3 years, Arsenal are the French national team in disguise - no thanks and West Ham need a fucking hammer to their head. As for your lies about the Millwall supporters - that ain't the troof because Ipswich Town Centre was empty that day cause of fear of the Lions.
..Johnny Takeaway) What gives is you are an ill informed PONCE. You don't pick yer team yer team picks you. The Lions will win something, someday - mark my words. Ipswich are shit and only won the FA cup in 78 cos the ref was going out with Paul "the sailor" Mariner.

..Do you not think that Oi! is becoming a rather antiquated and stale mode of Punk Rock expression? The whole Skinhead movement, besides the SHARP Skins, has such close ties with neo-Nazis and the National Front that it can often alienate many who may appreciate what the better bands are doing and saying. What are your views on that statement?
..Fat Bob) Oi! has been stale for years but us, LYNARD SKINHEAD, THE DOWN AND OUTS and OI DIVISION are here to save the movement. It's about tunes, it's about black and white uniting, it's about beer and having a say and a laugh and it's about dressing well and it's about being political and it's about standing your ground and telling people the truth. The NF and BNP and the rest of those wankers can go and fuck themselves.
..Johnny Takeaway) Who are the better bands – HARD SKIN, that's who - we have no ties at all with those neo-nazi nobends and if people can't work that out for themselves then they are thick as dogshit. I know that a lot of skins say they're not political either. Sometimes that means lazily avoiding the issue that the far right is something that needs to be confronted and prevented from ever rising again. Fucking obvious.»


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