New images of Rangers vi­o­lence in Manch­ester 10 years on

Manchester Evening News - - LETTERS, COMMENTS AND EMAILS -

WHAT you’ve been say­ing on the M.E.N. Face­book page... I re­mem­ber this and how I felt out­raged all for the ap­par­ently sake of foot­ball. I went into town the next morn­ing to do a bit of shop­ping. It was a lovely day and I had san­dals on. I was walk­ing on bro­ken glass ev­ery­where. I was so an­noyed at what these fans had done to our city!!! Chris Shaw The coun­cil & po­lice should have been more pre­pared. The Rangers club should of been billed for all the dam­age and clear up after­wards. All vis­it­ing fans should be es­corted to the ground and back out of the city or to air­port or railway sta­tions. John Dow Re­mem­ber it well. Took about 3hrs to get home to south Manch­ester. In the morn­ing you could see shop­ping trol­lies full of booze be­ing pushed down Mar­ket St. The day got worse. Buses di­verted may­hem. They were bang­ing on bus win­dows fall­ing all over drunk. Ut­ter dis­grace. The next morn­ing our city was a dis­grace. You could smell the stench of urine and booze as you got off your bus in Pic­cadilly. It was aw­ful. Anne Guy Rangers fan my­self guys and I can only apol­o­gise for the id­iots in our sup­port that caused this. The ma­jor­ity of Rangers fans like my­self love Manch­ester as a city, peo­ple, mu­sic scene etc. Sorry guys for our id­iot mi­nor­ity and I hope you don’t think all Rangers fans are like this. If we come down to play City or United it is an hon­our as al­ways. Andrew Tur­ley

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