No Fixed AbodeHound First of all I have some sympathy with the criticism of the match day experience, but....
If you class a place with a vibrant young integrated multicultural workforce, highly successful economy, pubs and restaurants coming out of its backside, decent climate, great transport links, interesting history, top class uni, pleasant countryside, good footy club and obviously great musical festival as boring then you clearly have no idea what you are talking about.
Sunderland on the other hand. Literally the definition of dismal. A cold miserable industrial hole in a forgotten part of the country. Full of angry white men whose life experiences are limited to an occasional trip to Newcastle. Without wanting to bring in politics - The kind of place that votes for Brexit despite having <5% immigrant population, massively funded by the EU and most impt employer says they'll up sticks if and when it happens.
Seriously fcuk off
It's the people that make the place and tbf - people are much friendlier in Sunderland than Reading.
really? Depends how you define friendly. Give me a younger, more multicultural, more educated, more ambitious demographic anytime.
To be honest, whenever I have chatted to a fan of another club on an away trip they have always been friendly and inclusive. Can't think of anytime when a fellow fan has not wanted to ask about the team etc.