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September 19, 2018, 12:22:56 AM
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Elgoodo1978


Just give him a pass mate, it won’t cost you anything.

I'll make sure its sideways just how he likes em


September 19, 2018, 04:35:24 AM
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Jamokachi


Bring back standing and drinking in terraces.

September 19, 2018, 04:47:35 AM
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Brownie

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Bring back standing and drinking in terraces.

Seconded
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September 19, 2018, 04:49:26 AM
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September 19, 2018, 04:50:10 AM
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Jamokachi


It''l reinvigorate the atmosphere overnight. Won't happen though, football in the UK has become far too sterile.

September 19, 2018, 04:50:12 AM
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TheRam

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Bring back standing and drinking in terraces.

Drinking in the terraces would solve near enough all problems.

No good reason why it’s not allowed anymore.





September 19, 2018, 05:12:32 AM
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Brownie

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Drinking in the terraces would solve near enough all problems.

No good reason why it’s not allowed anymore.





You'll get the few dickheads - like we have at the rugby - but I think it might be time to revisit this
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September 19, 2018, 05:23:34 AM
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You'll get the few dickheads - like we have at the rugby - but I think it might be time to revisit this

Maybe some kind of martial law declared on the terraces.

Well within your rights to one bomb the first person you see being racist or starting aggro.

Going to be unpopular this, and I’m not even sure if I believe it myself because it’s very not me, but old people, Kids, and families, should stay out of designated ‘ultra’ areas. Wouldn’t say enforce this, just a self-policed culture of you know, swerve it. Wouldn’t take your kids to concert square would you?

People get lashed for swearing etc which I think is very opposite to my experience of watching football, particularly Everton.

Plus when I go with my dad occasionally he doesn’t want to hear all that. He wants to have a coffee and chat about the game, so you know, balance.
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September 19, 2018, 05:36:37 AM
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Maybe some kind of martial law declared on the terraces.

Well within your rights to one bomb the first person you see being racist or starting aggro.

Going to be unpopular this, and I’m not even sure if I believe it myself because it’s very not me, but old people, Kids, and families, should stay out of designated ‘ultra’ areas. Wouldn’t say enforce this, just a self-policed culture of you know, swerve it. Wouldn’t take your kids to concert square would you?

People get lashed for swearing etc which I think is very opposite to my experience of watching football, particularly Everton.

Plus when I go with my dad occasionally he doesn’t want to hear all that. He wants to have a coffee and chat about the game, so you know, balance.

They've just brought in drinking and non drinking areas at the Principality Stadium to get this balance
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September 19, 2018, 06:56:25 AM
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Two or three pages in, and to be honest; we're not as good supporters, from like we were years ago. I spent tonight with a red from Toxteth. There was no big love in, but we understood. He was talking about his nanna's in between things. A good scouser. BTW. The only reason I could feel that good about them winning was; my sister asked me to wish them luck!. I am not going to lie! It was hard. But it worked, cos they won. :(
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September 19, 2018, 11:24:14 AM
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Ramjam


Remember the good old days when the away team ran out onto the park first to rousing reception of boos then 5 mins later the Toffee men ran out and we lifted the roof of for them. Fuckin loved that
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September 19, 2018, 02:34:27 PM
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Macca77


We've lost our identity haven't we, instead of getting behind the team and trying to create a hostile atmosphere for our opponents from the off, we're waiting for a mistake from one of our own players and for them to score, so we can slag our lads off.

September 19, 2018, 03:42:24 PM
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Lxxx


When I used to go away the home fans in most grounds were shockingly quiet and it was us making the noise. Similar at Goodison.

It’s the away groups who develop the atmosphere that we used to get at home before all seating, non alcohol, new types of fans got on board. Football has evolved. It’s more inclusive and it’s stamped out the racism, hooliganism etc... which is great and by doing so it reaches more people by making stadiums more welcoming and generates more income. It just needs to get the balance right and swing back the other way a little.

September 19, 2018, 04:07:02 PM
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Jamokachi


Maybe some kind of martial law declared on the terraces.

Well within your rights to one bomb the first person you see being racist or starting aggro.

Going to be unpopular this, and I’m not even sure if I believe it myself because it’s very not me, but old people, Kids, and families, should stay out of designated ‘ultra’ areas. Wouldn’t say enforce this, just a self-policed culture of you know, swerve it. Wouldn’t take your kids to concert square would you?

People get lashed for swearing etc which I think is very opposite to my experience of watching football, particularly Everton.

Plus when I go with my dad occasionally he doesn’t want to hear all that. He wants to have a coffee and chat about the game, so you know, balance.

Kind of what happens at Sydney games I go to. On a much, much smaller scale obviously.

September 19, 2018, 04:19:06 PM
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Ramjam


Kind of what happens at Sydney games I go to. On a much, much smaller scale obviously.
Very small scale, not like the WSW
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