PDA

View Full Version : impressive Galatasaray card display (rangers related)



rino100
29-11-2014, 16:12
came across this during a drunken youtube tour last night, its from a recent Galatasaray v Fererbahce game.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=saAh24I5Phg

Archibald Leitch
29-11-2014, 16:23
That is stunning.

footballhipster
29-11-2014, 16:24
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYpyuOrK3ls&t=5m20s

bilkobear
29-11-2014, 16:34
You have to hand it to our Turkish pals, they know how to put on a show. :D

200000 Heroes
29-11-2014, 16:38
Absolutely superb.

Magnificent bastard :D

Jack Sparrow
29-11-2014, 16:46
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ulubatl%C4%B1_Hasan

They call him Ulubatli Souness after this guy...

On the early morning of the last day of the siege, May 29, after the morning prayers, the Ottoman military band started to play one of their songs and the city was stormed. Ulubatlı Hasan was among the first to climb the walls of Constantinople followed closely by thirty of his friends. He carried only a scimitar, a small shield and the Ottoman Flag.[citation needed] He climbed the wall, under showers of arrows, stones, spears and bullets. He reached the top and he placed the flag, which he defended until his 12 remaining friends arrived. After that he collapsed with 27 arrows still in his body.[citation needed] Seeing the Ottoman flag inspired the Ottoman troops and kept their spirits up - and conversely, disheartened the Greek defenders - until finally the Ottomans did conquer Constantinople.

Every day's a school day!

tommyhlrsc
29-11-2014, 16:47
How have they done that?

Tremendous anyhow.

finners
29-11-2014, 16:52
Fantastic images..

jay1873
29-11-2014, 17:29
Some display. Is that the closing tune from Midnight Express playing over the PA system

bilkobear
29-11-2014, 21:30
How have they done that?

Tremendous anyhow.

I take it that it is a cloth figure pulled on ropes from the top of the stand upwards and out from under the crowd.

We should do this to the Tarriers, a figure of Gazza playing an imaginary flute would do the trick methinks.

mart22
29-11-2014, 21:40
What an awesome display. Well done Galatasaray support.

Northampton Lodger
29-11-2014, 21:52
Liked that, wondered where it was going for the first minute.

copeland road
29-11-2014, 23:18
Brilliant!

T9Row
30-11-2014, 00:10
Very impressive.

rkbear
30-11-2014, 01:53
stunning display.
how we pray for the day that magnificent bastard is back at ibrox.

jardine
30-11-2014, 02:12
I take it that it is a cloth figure pulled on ropes from the top of the stand upwards and out from under the crowd.

We should do this to the Tarriers, a figure of Gazza playing an imaginary flute would do the trick methinks.

I like it!! :)

Archibald Leitch
30-11-2014, 02:18
stunning display.
how we pray for the day that magnificent bastard is back at ibrox.

Hopefully not as manager.

Blue Buddha
30-11-2014, 08:00
Hopefully not as manager.

:confused::confused::confused:

jim562
30-11-2014, 08:25
Was in Istanbul a couple of weeks ago and took in the Galatasaray v Kesimpasa game, fantastic night, although the crowd that evening was small by their usual standard the atmosphere was fantastic. They love Souness with a passion.

garyw09
30-11-2014, 08:29
That was the best "tifo" I have seen. Superb.