Chinese attitude at a football stadium (10, permasaged)

1 Name: Anonymous Sports Commentator : 2008-02-18 10:48 ID:n0105ha9

did you know what chinese audience are yelling to Japanese players, at the football stadium? really disappointing to see such an unpolite attitude to other countries' players. they should be taught to behave, if they want to host the Olympic, or become a member of international society.

2 Name: Anonymous Sports Commentator : 2008-02-22 23:34 ID:cz7wO5CB

It's too bad that nationalism is always the best way to gloss over a blunder in domestic administration. In Japan, in US, in Germany, off course in China.

3 Name: Anonymous Sports Commentator : 2009-03-27 11:04 ID:EtQRd36c

stfu so you are saying that all chinese people is like this just out of 12 people performance?

well i'm a chinese.
i dont hate Japanese people
but im starting to hate you

4 Name: Anonymous Sports Commentator : 2009-06-19 20:41 ID:JlDJQ5ls

>>3 look at you hating. Can't be a member of international society with that kind of attitude. OP is right.

5 Name: Anonymous Sports Commentator : 2009-06-27 16:20 ID:08fVEMLv


You Chinese better stop hating. It's obvious from your post that you are the problem and not Japan.

6 Name: Anonymous Sports Commentator : 2010-01-14 05:20 ID:2AFnfxOu

How can you judge a counties people by what happens in a football stadium? Do you think that all of Western Europe should be "taught to behave?" At least the Chinese fans didn't destroy an entire city after the match as the British are known to do. Dutch people cheer almost as loud when Germany looses as when their own team wins. In South America and Africa it's the same thing.
Grow up kid, if you're offended by a little badmouthing during the match, then maybe football just isn't the sport for you.

How exactly can you judge from one persons post that China is the problem and not Japan? What kind of idiots are on this forum exactly?

7 Name: Anonymous Sports Commentator : 2010-03-01 11:46 ID:7q937I47

8 Name: Anonymous Sports Commentator : 2010-03-01 11:46 ID:7q937I47

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10 Name: Anonymous Sports Commentator : 2014-09-21 21:18 ID:rx60gS4G

This isn't very uncommon, that is very true, >>6. We ought to remember the "ultras" culture in Italy, it's quite similar to the "supporter" culture of England and G.B overall.

Participants of such cultures take care to train their endurance, their voices and better their skills in various crafts so that they can manufacture huge displays of adoration for their teams during the matches. With such heightened feelings of love comes, inevitably, heightened feelings of hatred. Especially towards rivaling fan-factions with whom they clash. I myself am not very charmed with the phenomena so I rarely visit the stadium to follow the ball-game.

Even in this thread and certainly on this board you'll come across the same cheer-leading tendencies but in the form of nationalistic outbursts. So, >>1, these are fanatics, I don't know if the Japanese have their "ultras", but you shouldn't blame the entire Chinese populace for their "ultras" unless you really want to see different "ultras" of the nationalistic kind come out of the wood-work to greet your own.

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