Rapid Ultras Have a Message For Management

rapid-vienna-wall-protestWho Ate All The Pies: Peeved at the decidedly average 2012/13 season their side have muddled through this term, a group of Rapid Vienna fans staged a protest at the club’s general offices in the Austrian capital by building a brick wall across the entrance to prevent management from going into the building. The group of Rapid Ultras built the wall over Sunday night and hung a photo of general manager Werner Kuhn upon it, with the message underneath reading: “I’m not allowed in.”

Well that’s one way to get your message across. After a disappointing season, Rapid Wien finds themselves in 3rd place, which qualifies them for the Europa League (gross) and their fans aren’t happy. So leave it to the Ultras to have their voices heard by building a brick blockade overnight in front of their teams front offices. I totally understand where they are coming from. No one wants to qualify for the Europa League, its a slap in the face.


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