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Re: WOW....that was a first...
Posted by: talkshowhost86
Date: 30/10/2017 10:42
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Not promoting booing, but if people feel that strongly, what other opportunity to they have to show their annoyance/frustration in a way that can be heard by the powers that be? Last time I looked we lived in a democracy.

Absolutely people have the right to do it.

They've paid their money and so have a right to express their feelings towards performances however they want (within legal reason of course).

I just think it's a very silly way to try and 'help' the club. There's loads of ways to express discontent these days without booing the team (which is how it looks whoever it's aimed at) and match day is our one chance, as fans, to try and play our part (minimal as it may be) in helping the team.

I just think booing creates a divide between the crowd and the team, and there's very few times that can be constructive.

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