The little drummer boy..

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The little drummer boy..

Postby judgeflash » Tue Dec 12, 2017 10:53 pm

Having watched back the game from saturday on TV. The left side of our main stand looks VERY VERY BARE..Whilst also the A Section looking like a skeleton crew. I understand the club/security etc may have scared off some of the younger support, however, WHERE IS THE KID WHO BROUGHT THE DRUM EVERYWHERE?
It genuinely added to the funeral like atmosphere at NDP.
Come back lad.
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Re: The little drummer boy..

Postby Bomber Harris » Wed Dec 13, 2017 6:18 am

judgeflash wrote:Having watched back the game from saturday on TV. The left side of our main stand looks VERY VERY BARE..Whilst also the A Section looking like a skeleton crew. I understand the club/security etc may have scared off some of the younger support, however, WHERE IS THE KID WHO BROUGHT THE DRUM EVERYWHERE?
It genuinely added to the funeral like atmosphere at NDP.
Come back lad.


Been like that for 2 years now. 1st season up and during last couple of championship seasons you couldn't move in section A. Same with B&C big spaces which used to full. Threats from the board didn't help, shite football and possibly just glory hunters. What ever has happened it's a shame coz it used to be a buzz.
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Re: The little drummer boy..

Postby Big Wurzil » Wed Dec 13, 2017 11:25 am

The section I’m in is generally quite busy but on Saturday it was a bit sparse, I put it down to the weather as if you can’t come and watch if you’re team is unbeaten in 6 when are you going to go?
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Re: The little drummer boy..

Postby glasgow accie » Wed Dec 13, 2017 7:26 pm

Lots of reasons why the end sections are not as busy ..
But the 2 main reasons are , IMO , the threat to some of the folk in that end being invited into the club for a " wee chat " and the fact that the free tickets stopped
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Re: The little drummer boy..

Postby judgeflash » Wed Dec 13, 2017 8:14 pm

Bomber Harris wrote:
judgeflash wrote:Having watched back the game from saturday on TV. The left side of our main stand looks VERY VERY BARE..Whilst also the A Section looking like a skeleton crew. I understand the club/security etc may have scared off some of the younger support, however, WHERE IS THE KID WHO BROUGHT THE DRUM EVERYWHERE?
It genuinely added to the funeral like atmosphere at NDP.
Come back lad.


Been like that for 2 years now. 1st season up and during last couple of championship seasons you couldn't move in section A. Same with B&C big spaces which used to full. Threats from the board didn't help, shite football and possibly just glory hunters. What ever has happened it's a shame coz it used to be a buzz.

I moved my season ticket last season *to get away from an auld guy that done my head in* the two opposite ends were shocking. Looked deserted on TV.

I seen the police presence at the A Section on Saturday and it looked like they were just trying to intimidate kids and young men for the sake of it. Why penalise the future supporters who actually do more than grumble quietly?
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