Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread

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Re: Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread

by Brogue » 17 May 2023 13:48

PATRIQT No he hasn't, he's fishing.

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by Loafer » 17 May 2023 13:53

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Loafer any news about Club1871 staying or not?


season tickets are on sale in the stand, being advertised as the c1871 area. So yes its staying, and why wouldn't it, have you heard something?.

just asking thats all

will be interesting to see the setup of the stadium and how full it is next year in general I suppose, and if it will be raucous with the likes of Lincoln or Northampton

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by Royal_jimmy » 18 May 2023 00:25

Club 1871 is here to stay. I think the club are silly for keeping the executive boxes in the south west corner. Turn them into seating and our away end can be the same as Leicester's with away fans in the corner and C1871 can be right behind the goal with the segregation in the south stand removed

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by PATRIQT » 18 May 2023 10:49

Royal_jimmy I think the club are silly for keeping the executive boxes in the south west corner. Turn them into seating and our away end can be the same as Leicester's with away fans in the corner and C1871 can be right behind the goal with the segregation in the south stand removed



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by Loafer » 20 Jul 2023 15:06

this still going on next season?


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by St Pauli » 20 Jul 2023 15:44

Yes

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Re: Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread

by On Strings » 20 Jul 2023 23:55

Loafer this still going on next season?


P'boro's initial allocation on sale now in the UW.

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by Loafer » 21 Jul 2023 07:21

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Loafer this still going on next season?


P'boro's initial allocation on sale now in the UW.

What does this mean

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by windermereROYAL » 21 Jul 2023 07:26

Upper west stand


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by RG30 » 21 Jul 2023 09:56

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Loafer this still going on next season?


P'boro's initial allocation on sale now in the UW.


And the South Stand. It will basically be what Wigan had last season plus additional seats in the Upper West.

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Re: Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread

by Loafer » 05 Sep 2023 10:40

club 1871 still a thing? hows it going?

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by Clyde1998 » 20 Feb 2024 14:39

I was at the Rangers-Ross County game last Wednesday. The Rangers equivalent behind the goal were highly impressive: singing for the whole ninety minutes; almost no repetition of songs; were loud throughout the game and the events on the pitch had no impact on their support.

Would be good if Club 1871 took notes from other teams to have a good atmosphere throughout the whole game.

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by Dirk Gently » 20 Feb 2024 14:43

Clyde1998 I was at the Rangers-Ross County game last Wednesday. The Rangers equivalent behind the goal were highly impressive: singing for the whole ninety minutes; almost no repetition of songs; were loud throughout the game and the events on the pitch had no impact on their support.

Would be good if Club 1871 took notes from other teams to have a good atmosphere throughout the whole game.


With or without the obnoxious politics and the sectarian hatred? :wink:


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by Clyde1998 » 20 Feb 2024 14:50

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Clyde1998 I was at the Rangers-Ross County game last Wednesday. The Rangers equivalent behind the goal were highly impressive: singing for the whole ninety minutes; almost no repetition of songs; were loud throughout the game and the events on the pitch had no impact on their support.

Would be good if Club 1871 took notes from other teams to have a good atmosphere throughout the whole game.


With or without the obnoxious politics and the sectarian hatred? :wink:

I can't remember hearing anything overtly political or sectarian from them. Can't imagine what a sectarian Reading supporter would be like though. :lol:

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by Green » 20 Feb 2024 15:17

Clyde1998 I was at the Rangers-Ross County game last Wednesday. The Rangers equivalent behind the goal were highly impressive: singing for the whole ninety minutes; almost no repetition of songs; were loud throughout the game and the events on the pitch had no impact on their support.

Would be good if Club 1871 took notes from other teams to have a good atmosphere throughout the whole game.

I dunno I doubt the atmosphere at any club has ever been tangibly increased by a bout of note taking.

It's not so much that you can't teach this stuff, it's that you shouldn't have to.

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by Clyde1998 » 20 Feb 2024 15:27

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Clyde1998 I was at the Rangers-Ross County game last Wednesday. The Rangers equivalent behind the goal were highly impressive: singing for the whole ninety minutes; almost no repetition of songs; were loud throughout the game and the events on the pitch had no impact on their support.

Would be good if Club 1871 took notes from other teams to have a good atmosphere throughout the whole game.

I dunno I doubt the atmosphere at any club has ever been tangibly increased by a bout of note taking.

It's not so much that you can't teach this stuff, it's that you shouldn't have to.

It's more the point about focus on supporting the team - don't focus on away fans [in my example above, there were hardly an away fans to focus on], don't 'charge'/taunt the away fans when we score, keep supporting the game when the game's not going amazingly or a bit flat, etc.

I agree we shouldn't have to teach this sort of thing; it's more of an inspiration thing and looking at small improvements that could be made.

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by Snowflake Royal » 21 Feb 2024 23:28

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Clyde1998 I was at the Rangers-Ross County game last Wednesday. The Rangers equivalent behind the goal were highly impressive: singing for the whole ninety minutes; almost no repetition of songs; were loud throughout the game and the events on the pitch had no impact on their support.

Would be good if Club 1871 took notes from other teams to have a good atmosphere throughout the whole game.

I dunno I doubt the atmosphere at any club has ever been tangibly increased by a bout of note taking.

It's not so much that you can't teach this stuff, it's that you shouldn't have to.

It's more the point about focus on supporting the team - don't focus on away fans [in my example above, there were hardly an away fans to focus on], don't 'charge'/taunt the away fans when we score, keep supporting the game when the game's not going amazingly or a bit flat, etc.

I agree we shouldn't have to teach this sort of thing; it's more of an inspiration thing and looking at small improvements that could be made.

That's where C1871 started. But because it was so successful and gutted Y25/26, it dragged in all the little hoolies too. Especially when it was moved next to Y25/26 so they couldn't stay there and still give it large to the away fans. And none of them are going to go in the West.

I think the move across the South stand has probably not been for the better.

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by Dirk Gently » 22 Feb 2024 10:46

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Green I dunno I doubt the atmosphere at any club has ever been tangibly increased by a bout of note taking.

It's not so much that you can't teach this stuff, it's that you shouldn't have to.

It's more the point about focus on supporting the team - don't focus on away fans [in my example above, there were hardly an away fans to focus on], don't 'charge'/taunt the away fans when we score, keep supporting the game when the game's not going amazingly or a bit flat, etc.

I agree we shouldn't have to teach this sort of thing; it's more of an inspiration thing and looking at small improvements that could be made.

That's where C1871 started. But because it was so successful and gutted Y25/26, it dragged in all the little hoolies too. Especially when it was moved next to Y25/26 so they couldn't stay there and still give it large to the away fans. And none of them are going to go in the West.

I think the move across the South stand has probably not been for the better.


I think the main motivation for the move across the South Stand isn't to benefit the atmosphere or enhance c1871. It's more about forcing the supporters of away clubs with large followings to pay more because they're in the otherwise empty Upper West.

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Re: Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread

by stealthpapes » 23 Feb 2024 13:28

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Clyde1998 I was at the Rangers-Ross County game last Wednesday. The Rangers equivalent behind the goal were highly impressive: singing for the whole ninety minutes; almost no repetition of songs; were loud throughout the game and the events on the pitch had no impact on their support.

Would be good if Club 1871 took notes from other teams to have a good atmosphere throughout the whole game.


With or without the obnoxious politics and the sectarian hatred? :wink:

I can't remember hearing anything overtly political or sectarian from them. Can't imagine what a sectarian Reading supporter would be like though. :lol:


keep the hummus separate from the other dips?
never shop in ASDA?

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Re: Club 1871 - the What, When, Where, How, Who & Why Thread

by Clyde1998 » 23 Feb 2024 16:12

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With or without the obnoxious politics and the sectarian hatred? :wink:

I can't remember hearing anything overtly political or sectarian from them. Can't imagine what a sectarian Reading supporter would be like though. :lol:


keep the hummus separate from the other dips?
never shop in ASDA?

People shop in Asda!? Total scum. :evil: :lol:

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