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  1. Can see both sides. I’m in the middle of the south stand and many a time chants started there reverberate around the ground. As much as I appreciate the S82 and all they do and the effort that certain members go to, they are not the sole purveyors of sound in the ground.
  2. No offence but you shouldn’t need to be a member of a club to sing and shout support for your team. There’s plenty of us outside of S82 that do as well.
  3. Yep agree - commented a few times last season that it was far from full. Sure there were reasons though. Personally I think to get the atmosphere back you need home fans (who will sing) near away fans so Dolman A block or even part of the Atyeo is the best realistic solution imho.
  4. Although you have to follow manager’s orders, as a fan I would want to see the passion that Jannsson showed that day. It showed he cared in what was still a big big game, despite play offs being decided. And as a manager surely you’d have to admire those same traits even though you wouldn’t be happy with him showing dissent? It was nowhere near the Kepa situation for example. Players show that they are cheesed off with a manager’s decision regularly these days, so if that’s the reason they’ve let him go it strikes me as cutting off their noses to spite their face. More fool them.
  5. It will have a bearing for a few Id imagine. For some with families it is more of a ‘family day’, there will be those that go to church, those that play sport etc etc. And as sad as it may seem to some football is a day for me when I let my hair down, have a good drink and hang out with friends without worrying about work the next day. Some of that dynamic changes when it’s a Sunday.
  6. Why are we not moving them to a Friday night. Surely last seasons results prove there is nothing to be gained by playing Sunday’s? Just cocks up the weekend and it’s generally a rubbish atmosphere on a Sunday.
  7. This is a pretty big story. No doubt this stuff goes on but this is it being revealed and reported on. Proof it goes on - in our division with our opponents. Big big difference. But then you know that and you’re just being your usual arrogant self important self.
  8. Indeed because no one on this forum would be aware of such things without your wealth of knowledge being shared on the subject.
  9. Agree. We all have our favourite / preferred suppliers at home and at work but 99.9% of us wouldn’t let that affect our decision making if there were better deals to be had with other suppliers. I’d imagine this kind of caper goes on a lot in football and tbh I’m surprised there are not more stories like this given the obscene amounts of money now involved. Good on Boro (yet again) taking a stand.
  10. Thursday night is always the best night for me. Everyone is so happy and up for it and there’s always loads of cool stuff going on. Generally I peak too soon then and then need to come home Sunday morning though!
  11. Brilliant. Not. How many times are we going to have a 3pm Saturday kick off this season I wonder. Great for the Boro fans as well of course.
  12. Beautiful words and amazing memories. Your dad sounds like a hell of a bloke. All the best to you at this difficult time and RIP Charlie.
  13. Winning breeds confidence and provides opportunities. Look at the coverage we got for getting to the semis of the League Cup - it would’ve raised our profile with prospective players no doubt as well as all the other benefits it brought in terms of revenue, exposure and most importantly fan memories and pride! In my mind it really is as simple as that and we have a big enough squad with cover to go for it on all fronts.
  14. I will never forget the feeling when Owens goal went in, absolutely incredible. Soon came back down with a bump though! What a great team that was from 96-98......we should have won one of those comps and that’s not being biased either I don’t think.......
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