Who's to blame? The Fans

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Who's to blame? The Fans

by leon » 01 Nov 2012 20:16

Listen guys - I've been thinking about it. All this negativity around Hob Nob (you know who you are) and at games (the jeering when passes go wrong, the haranguing of the ball children etc) it's rubbing off on the team and creating bad energy in the Club. Players read Hob Nob, they'll read Donkey Lover II's latest rantings about Gorkss. It's fault we haven't won a game in the league all season.

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Re: Who's to blame? The Fans

by sandman » 01 Nov 2012 20:17

+1.

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Re: Who's to blame? The Fans

by AthleticoSpizz » 01 Nov 2012 20:17

Yep, its bad karma

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Re: Who's to blame? The Fans

by who are ya? » 01 Nov 2012 20:21

I blame it on racism

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Re: Who's to blame? The Fans

by sandman » 01 Nov 2012 20:23

who are ya? NFA told me to blame it on racism


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Re: Who's to blame? The Fans

by SPARTA » 01 Nov 2012 20:23

leon Listen guys - I've been thinking about it. All this negativity around Hob Nob (you know who you are) and at games (the jeering when passes go wrong, the haranguing of the ball children etc) it's rubbing off on the team and creating bad energy in the Club. Players read Hob Nob, they'll read Donkey Lover II's latest rantings about Gorkss. It's fault we haven't won a game in the league all season.


I think you're on to something. For the first half I'm on my feet, loud, boisterous and well up for it. Then the second half comes and I take it easy, I sit down, have a drink, maybe a bite to eat and I relax. In my defence, Brian told me to though!

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Re: Who's to blame? The Fans

by Divvy » 01 Nov 2012 20:24

SPARTA
leon Listen guys - I've been thinking about it. All this negativity around Hob Nob (you know who you are) and at games (the jeering when passes go wrong, the haranguing of the ball children etc) it's rubbing off on the team and creating bad energy in the Club. Players read Hob Nob, they'll read Donkey Lover II's latest rantings about Gorkss. It's fault we haven't won a game in the league all season.


I think you're on to something. For the first half I'm on my feet, loud, boisterous and well up for it. Then the second half comes and I take it easy, I sit down, have a drink, maybe a bite to eat and I relax. In my defence, Brian told me to though!


:lol:

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Re: Who's to blame? The Fans

by Once were Biscuitmen » 01 Nov 2012 20:24

I know; I mean what's the point of putting Fabio Capello on my top ten list of managers I have seen on Sky Sports News that I demand to replace Brian (he can't really cut in the Prem) by the transfer window if this sort of negative nit picking is going to keep him in the Russia job?

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Re: Who's to blame? The Fans

by Jay o/ » 01 Nov 2012 20:25

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leon Listen guys - I've been thinking about it. All this negativity around Hob Nob (you know who you are) and at games (the jeering when passes go wrong, the haranguing of the ball children etc) it's rubbing off on the team and creating bad energy in the Club. Players read Hob Nob, they'll read Donkey Lover II's latest rantings about Gorkss. It's fault we haven't won a game in the league all season.


I think you're on to something. For the first half I'm on my feet, loud, boisterous and well up for it. Then the second half comes and I take it easy, I sit down, have a drink, maybe a bite to eat and I relax. In my defence, Brian told me to though!


In Brian we trust. :D


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Re: Who's to blame? The Fans

by Lovely hot donuts! » 01 Nov 2012 20:27

I agree there is a general negativity which can't help but to say its a major rather than a minor factor is simply incorrect. The same goes for when you're on a run and everyone's positive - the team affects the fans much more than the fans affect the team.

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Re: Who's to blame? The Fans

by Jay o/ » 01 Nov 2012 20:31

Oh oxf*rd off. The atmosphere at the lego bowl has been very supportive of the team and Brian. It's starting to turn, but the OP is not serious. :roll:

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Re: Who's to blame? The Fans

by bobby1413 » 01 Nov 2012 20:33

I don't think this whole Jimmy Saville thing has helped either. It couldn't have come at a worse time.

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Re: Who's to blame? The Fans

by _royal » 01 Nov 2012 20:50

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Re: Who's to blame? The Fans

by Winnershroyal » 01 Nov 2012 20:57

it all went wrong just after #robin van persie - he's laughing at this#

Stop the big bad wolf shit, drop the clappers, drop the huddle, drop the "back the boys" make some noise guff, drop the goal music.

Looking forward to away games more than home at the moment.

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Re: Who's to blame? The Fans

by Divvy » 01 Nov 2012 20:58

Winnershroyal it all went wrong just after #robin van persie - he's laughing at this#

Stop the big bad wolf shit, drop the clappers, drop the huddle, drop the "back the boys" make some noise guff, drop the goal music.

Looking forward to away games more than home at the moment.


That's the spirit. Take the thread seriously. You big fat spazza.

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Re: Who's to blame? The Fans

by Cobi » 01 Nov 2012 20:59

:lol:

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Re: Who's to blame? The Fans

by Winnershroyal » 01 Nov 2012 21:08

Divvy
Winnershroyal it all went wrong just after #robin van persie - he's laughing at this#

Stop the big bad wolf shit, drop the clappers, drop the huddle, drop the "back the boys" make some noise guff, drop the goal music.

Looking forward to away games more than home at the moment.


That's the spirit. Take the thread seriously. You big fat spazza.


Have you got a Grange Hill script from 1980?

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Re: Who's to blame? The Fans

by Royal Lady » 01 Nov 2012 21:17

I agree we're to blame and I think the fans should get in huddles before the game. One for each block.

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Re: Who's to blame? The Fans

by Turnball ACs » 01 Nov 2012 21:19

We're the barmy Reading army
La- la-la-la-la=la Blues

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Re: Who's to blame? The Fans

by bobby1413 » 01 Nov 2012 21:25

Maybe the players should give something back. We go to watch them all the time. I want Kebe to come and cheer me on at work as I type emails out and other shiat

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