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Whilst I completely disagree with any of the ill thought out SAG/SYP rubbish there were a couple of interesting by products from their actions.

 

1.  No queues or scrums for the toilets on the upper north.  Important for those of us of an advancing age!

 

2.  Were those chants and songs I herd from the Kop? What a pleasure to have some life back in the old East Bank rather than relying on the kindergarten of the BBC wannabes at the end of the North.

 

Time for a singing/away(home) section to see if the fans can actually help at home?

 

it seems a plastic idea but seems to work elsewhere.

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3 minutes ago, Heeleyowl said:

Whilst I completely disagree with any of the ill thought out SAG/SYP rubbish there were a couple of interesting by products from their actions.

 

1.  No queues or scrums for the toilets on the upper north.  Important for those of us of an advancing age!

 

2.  Were those chants and songs I herd from the Kop? What a pleasure to have some life back in the old East Bank rather than relying on the kindergarten of the BBC wannabes at the end of the North.

 

Time for a singing/away(home) section to see if the fans can actually help at home?

 

it seems a plastic idea but seems to work elsewhere.

 

I agree - parts of the stadium have been improved for everyone's enjoyment and it does not stop there - its a continuous thing and reviewed every season.

 

But lets get the fundamentals right - there is an opportunity here.  Little point having flash bogs for an empty stand...

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I quite like the look of a FULL north stand. Always an impressive sight.

At least the spare seats (non s/t's) next to ours will give us some extra leg room, as these will never be sold in the current conditions.....

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The north looks mint when it’s full. Best looking stand in the world. 

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Two good points here for SAG 

 

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Reminds me of a little lad I stood by the side of at the terrace railings. We could see the numbers then on the stripped shirts they were in bright Cherry Red. Anyway this little lad got on my nerves though ididn't understand why I was annoyed. Let me explain.

 

"Go on seven, pass" " go on eight"  "Chase him four" "Good save Ron !"   Ron was the keeper he didn't have a number. Then there were the confusing calls. "What was that for four ?"  or "I hope eight is or Reight"

 

Glad I never saw him again !

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17 hours ago, Heeleyowl said:

Whilst I completely disagree with any of the ill thought out SAG/SYP rubbish there were a couple of interesting by products from their actions.

 

1.  No queues or scrums for the toilets on the upper north.  Important for those of us of an advancing age!

 

2.  Were those chants and songs I herd from the Kop? What a pleasure to have some life back in the old East Bank rather than relying on the kindergarten of the BBC wannabes at the end of the North.

 

Time for a singing/away(home) section to see if the fans can actually help at home?

 

it seems a plastic idea but seems to work elsewhere.

When I read "singing section " I just think some kind of choir with a school teacher at the front 

 

Can you imagine liverpool ,Man U etc wanting a girlie "singing section "!!

 

TIN ......POT 

 

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