12:11, Mon 2 Dec
Knowing what happened on Saturday with a millwall fan in the tilton I think, would you let a friend who doesn't support Birmingham but supports the team were playing against sit with you in the home end.

Over the 24 years supporting blues, I have gone to home games with people who support the other team and they have sat in the home end with me. When we've played Tottenham, liverpool, Fulham I've had friends sat with me who's supported these teams.

And same when I've gone to away games to watch blues I've sat in the home end at old Trafford and Richo arena.

Whats everyone thoughts on this ?
12:17, Mon 2 Dec
Millwall, up to their old tricks again....
Can I have a Bronx hat for the babbie, please Tom?
12:20, Mon 2 Dec
Took a Preston fan this year sat in Tilton with me. I will do same up there. Sat in plenty of home areas at away games over the years just have to keep you head down. If you jump up you are asking for it. Don’t make it right just the way it is.

It ain’t that hard being Blues at at least half those games don’t think we scored.
12:23, Mon 2 Dec
We've all done it and as long as you keep your mouth shut and respectful its fine.

As long as you know your mates aren't a liability they will be fine
13:06, Mon 2 Dec
Exactly - if you keep quiet its highly unlikely anyone will notice. If you stand up and make it obvious, someone is going to have a pop at you, it's just common sense.
Thongs
Number8 is the worlds best forum poster. FACT. End of chat.
13:12, Mon 2 Dec
Keep yer head down, shut yer trap and yer generally OK
13:15, Mon 2 Dec
My mate got me tickets to Forest Blues in the Forest end. He said
"I've got us tickets right next to the away fans so you'll feel at home"

Oh yeah, nothing like being offered out and called a tosspot by your own teams fans sitting 4 seats away is there...😁
13:17, Mon 2 Dec
I was in the Stoke end, when we won 7-0 that was hard to keep quiet lol
13:35, Mon 2 Dec
My mates a Baggies fan and sat in the home end last year, just kept his gob shut no dramas.
13:37, Mon 2 Dec
In home end for first game in prem at Highbury. About 6 rows in front of us some blues got outed and were escorted out, we really kept our heads down after that.
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13:49, Mon 2 Dec
bluemike
I was in the Stoke end, when we won 7-0 that was hard to keep quiet lol

Me too ! By the end though , even the stokies were ironically cheering our goals
16:53, Mon 2 Dec
I was in the Holte when Sutton scored, got halfway up and realised what I'd done so told Mellberg he was shit instead
Was in Brizzle Rovers end (side Terrace) at Twerton a few yrs ago, the 3-3 game.
My first impression on arrival was that Rovers fans were very 'earthy' and 'passionate' indeed, much like the crowd down St Andrews.


One Blues fan made the mistake of celebrtating when we scored. 15 seconds later he had a busted nose and was led away pumpimg with blood

All was good for me until the pair of fans next to be starting complaining about Our (Brizzle's) midfield\tactics etc and what did i think?
Thought best not to risk putting on a West Country accent so went kind of well educated and mumbled a reply in neutral accentless English..phew!
17:29, Mon 2 Dec
bluemike
I was in the Stoke end, when we won 7-0 that was hard to keep quiet lol
Did you join the riot?
17:40, Mon 2 Dec
Chris
I was in the Holte when Sutton scored, got halfway up and realised what I'd done so told Mellberg he was shit instead
I was in the Holte the year they rebuilt the Witton End. I wasn't alone. There must have been a couple of thousand Blues fans there.
I kept quiet when we scored (the winner).