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PostSubject: Interview with G.O Boys [ Lokomotiv GO ]   Sun 13 Feb 2011, 15:51

Supporters of Lokomotiv Gorna Oryahovitsa are among the most faithful of the small-groups fans in Bulgaria, but information about them is really hard to, thats why www.hoolsworld.tk and ultras.bg contacted a fan who responded and answered our questions.

HW: Can you tell us about your ultras group and what changes has undergone under the past years?

-Generally the top lads of Loko G.O have formed under JRF (Jolly Roger Firm) about 10 years ago, but now 5 years ago we decided to create our own group, we thought that songs, tattoos and support bring us all together, so we decided to create our group called G.O Boys.

HW: You say that you are one of the most faithful ultras groups in Bulgaria, even though there is not much information about you, as Loko G.O relegated from League A 11 years ago, and from League B 5 years ago. In consequence your support and fans have slightly decreased. Tell us how many people gather at the stadium in Gorna Oryahovitsa, and is there any special game with extra fans?

-At a home match we have from 200 to 1000 people, but it depends from the opponent. We had 3000 fans in our last match with Iantra Gabrovo for the play-off for League B.

HW: At away games, how many fans travel with the team?

-For us the away matches are the most important, our numbers of traveling fans come according the distance and the team we play with, thats because in our group everyone pays alone, but the general traveling group are about 25 persons. However if we play close, or with an important team, we could gather a full bus, there are also fans traveling with cars, however of course I dont count the old people who come just to watch.

HW: Do you have any favorite destinations?

-We could say that the more far the guest matches are, then the better it is. There is more time for everything and its very fun and its always a big show. We feel at home in Gabrovo, Triavna and Shumen.

HW: Is there any teams which are traditionally hated from you?

Our biggest hate is Etar , this hate comes from the past years back then, and its one of the best derbies in Bulgaria. Unfortunately now we are in different leagues and it doesnt depend of the fans if there is a derby again, but I personally think that things will fix. Another team that we hate is Botev Vratza, that is because in the last years we always played with them and we always went in large numbers at their stadium in Vratza, however they never come to Gorna Oryahovitsa, in our stadium when they play with us, and they give some funny excuses like strikes and something similar.

HW: Do you have any friendly group in Bulgaria or somewhere else?

-We have many friends in the ultra groups of Lokomotiv Plovdiv, also Chernomoretz Burgas and Spartak Varna, some of our lads are also in different fractions of CSKA and Levski. But there is no official friendship, just personal contacts.

HW: How do you feel about the ultras scene in Bulgaria, is it growing?

-Right now the ultras scene is definitely growing. So far the best performances come from the big teams, thats because the money.

HW: Do you follow the European ultras scene, is there any fans which you like or dislike?

-Like all fans, we follow the scene in Europe and the world, but what makes me the most happy is that the fact that our fan club took the initiative and the club was voted to stay in the OFK, with a mission to attract more public private partnership, which has a goal to have an invisible owner to the club, and this gives a chance to Lokomotiv G.O to get back where it belongs, in the professional league.

H'W: Is there anything you want to say for the end?

-И където и да идем,и далече да умрем ЧЕРНО-БЕЛИ ще останем до последния си ден!!!

Give back football to the working class!

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PostSubject: Re: Interview with G.O Boys [ Lokomotiv GO ]   Sun 13 Feb 2011, 21:18

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