Haag Royal wrote:McDermolenko wrote:Haag Royal wrote:I don't get the problem with this. I think its a great initiative in a previously quiet area of the ground. Its not for everyone, I get that. It may be considered a bit geeky/gimpish. I get that as well. But some of the posts above are nonsense. For example:
My biggest gripe with this is also the fact that you now quite literally have the South Stand chanting one thing and Y25/Y26 another - that's your biggest gripe mate? Do you think it's like choir practice where everyone has a hymn sheet. Its a football match for goodness sake.
I think it's great. Why not? Love the idea to create a better atmosphere and can't wait to see it get more support, bigger, louder and better.
It’s not so much me thinking it should be reminiscent of choir practice, but instead that it’d make more sense for one chant to be in unison across the ground rather than a mixed mess of two/three as it currently is. This seems to be quite common in other grounds amongst home supporters so I don’t understand why it’s such a strange desire?
Well go on then. Call me naive but I will indulge you. How do you do this?
Well, one bunch starts a chant and the other joins in. Sorry if that concept is a bit too difficult to grasp.