Ajax Amsterdam

Arseholes

Good to see they shat themselves when the Celtic fans stood up to them

http://i769.photobucket.com/albums/xx333/paulmckee87/E6D25A3D-48DC-476D-A03A-E633C0AD7EF2-4896-0000030FC869DFBE_zpsbeeef3ba.jpg

I believe Bandage is an Ajax fan.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ny86q_XVjQg

4.30 in , undercover cops beating a Celtic fan

Celtic fans taking revenge on the undercover cop

http://www.dumpert.nl/mediabase/6570619/ba14d8b4/hoolies_slaan_undercover_agent_ko.html

The Celtic fans should’ve laid into the cunt in the rugby jersey

I’d say the girl in the picture is good at sex.

[quote=“The Wild Colonial Bhoy, post: 857357, member: 80”]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ny86q_XVjQg

4.30 in , undercover cops beating a Celtic fan

Celtic fans taking revenge on the undercover cop

http://www.dumpert.nl/mediabase/6570619/ba14d8b4/hoolies_slaan_undercover_agent_ko.html[/quote]

That plain clothes’ cop who had been attacking Celtic supporters took a right beating in that video.

Here’s how he became isolated and was surrounded. He ran into a pole!

[quote=“Bandage, post: 857609, member: 9”]That plain clothes’ cop who had been attacking Celtic supporters took a right beating in that video.

Here’s how he became isolated and was surrounded. He ran into a pole!

http://i.imgflip.com/4nmk7.gif[/quote]

The pole was dressed as a Celtic fan in fairness.

i think the recent revelations from estemmed anti-O’Neill blogger Croppy relating to the peter ridsdale traitors deal really riled up the celtic fans. all id say is dont shoot the messenger, i have only one vested interest and that is in exposing the truth.

These scumbags were at it again in Milan tonight.

This kind of behaviour needs to be exterminated.

Did they get a trimming?

Three of their fans were stabbed. :clap:

They upset a peaceful farmers protest in the city centre. The Milanese then took up ranks to defend their city and six people have been stabbed (on both sides), three of which are in a serious condition.

Those 3 won’t act the cunts again if a, they learn their lesson or b, fail to recover from their injuries.

#arsepain

You mean cheeks, right?

Ajax’s (AJAX)[/URL] academy, which trained former Netherlands stars Johan Cruyff and Dennis Bergkamp, developed more of today’s elite players in Europe than any other soccer team, beating Barcelona and Arsenal, according to research group [URL=‘http://www.eurofootplayers.org/’]Football Observatory.

There are 69 former Ajax trainees with first-division clubs, with 12 of them on the Dutch team’s roster, according to the Neuchatel, Switzerland-based organization’s annual report on soccer demographics. Partizan of Serbia and Barcelona have the next-most prolific schools with 66 and 61 former graduates still active across Europe, respectively.

Publicly traded Ajax, which had net income of 17.7 million euros ($24 million) before extraordinary items in the year through June 2013, invests about 6 million euros a year on its academy at a time when other clubs are scaling back youth training and relying on hiring, according to Raffaele Poli, one of the study’s authors along with Roger Besson and Loic Ravenel.

The average number of players trained by the club they played for last season fell to a record low of 21.2 percent, a fourth straight annual decline, the study found.

“Less money is being spent on youth training by bad-managed clubs,” especially in the east and south of Europe, Poli said in an e-mail.

Ajax trainees often move onto bigger clubs, and the club has retained fewer trainees than Spanish champion Barcelona. Even so, Ajax continues to focus on its academy, and only turns to the transfer market when “a certain position can’t be covered” by the school’s players, Ajax spokesman Miel Brinkhuis said in an email.

Hajduk Split[/URL] of [URL=‘http://topics.bloomberg.com/croatia/’]Croatia and Sporting Lisbon, whose former players include Cristiano Ronaldo, each trained 52 active first-division players, the study found. Real Madrid developed 46, although only seven of them are still at the biggest club by sales, which is among the largest spenders in the transfer market.

London[/URL]’s Arsenal had 36 academy graduates active in elite European soccer, the most of any Premier League team and the same as continental champion[URL=‘http://topics.bloomberg.com/bayern-munich/’]Bayern Munich.

European soccer’s best-performing academies by players active in elite soccer; the number still at original club is in brackets.

Ajax 69 (12)
Partizan 66 (7)
Barcelona 61 (16)
Hajduk Split 52 (13)
Sporting 52 (8)
Crvena Zvezda 50 (5)
Sparta Prague 46 (6)
Real Madrid 46 (7)
Dinamo Zagreb 45 (7)
Feyenoord 44 (13)
Dynamo Kiev 44 (5)
MTK 43 (15)
Shakhtar Donetsk 43 (4)
Dinamo Minsk 41 (8)
Osijek 41 (24)
Slavia Prague 39 (11)
Levski Sofia 37 (4)
Porto 37 (1)
Arsenal 36 (10)
Bayern Munich 36 (7)

They shat themselves like @GeoffreyBoycott today and lost the title after drawing with already relegated De Graafschap and allowing PSV to nip in and win it.

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Bad few weeks for the Yiddish footballing community.

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Actually pal De Graafschap were not and are still not relegated yet, only the bottom team in Eredivisie goes straight down while 16th and 17th go into a play off.

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oh my god what a clamping, what a fucking clamping. De Graafschap might not be gone yet but de wexfordchap is out for the count

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