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Yesterday after we pulled one back against Fleetwood myself and the people we went with didn't think we'd scored. The reaction to us scoring was that...odd. Even when we've been loosing by more I've seen more of a response. Turned round to see half of our kop still sat down. Not cheering, clapping, anything. Just sat down as if it was them that had scored, unreal and, quite frankly, embarrassing. Don't know if anyones ever experienced similar or just any 'weird' responses to other things?

Also heard our stadium announcer get booed which must be a new one. Our usual guy was off on holiday and the stand in decided that he had to read out the score at half-time...a few puzzled looks. Tell us to "give a round of applause" for a player being subbed (I'll decide who I clap, thank you very much) and then again, at full-time, he almost gleefully read out "And todays match has finished Sheffield United 1, Fleetwood Town 2" to which the already frustrated and angry kop jumped down his throat.
 
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I'm not sure of % but I'm sure there are a large number of football fans who are mentally challenged. Some of the comments from people at Swindon games defy belief.
 

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I'm not sure of % but I'm sure there are a large number of football fans who are mentally challenged. Some of the comments from people at Swindon games defy belief.
yep, agreed. I get so angry listening to the retarded comments from the fuckwits in the stand.
 

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I'm sure we've all done the 'what the fook was that player X' closely followed by 'YEEEEAAAHHH, get in there!'
I certainly have. :oops:
 

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Yesterday after we pulled one back against Fleetwood myself and the people we went with didn't think we'd scored. The reaction to us scoring was that shit. Even when we've been loosing by more I've seen more of a response. Turned round to see half of our kop still sat down. Not cheering, clapping, anything. Just sat down as if it was them that had scored, unreal and, quite frankly, embarrassing. Don't know if anyones ever experienced similar or just any 'weird' responses to other things?

Also heard our stadium announcer get booed which must be a new one. Our usual guy was off on holiday and the stand in decided that he had to read out the score at half-time...a few puzzled looks. Tell us to "give a round of applause" for a player being subbed (I'll decide who I clap, thank you very much) and then again, at full-time, he almost gleefully read out "And todays match has finished Sheffield United 1, Fleetwood Town 2" to which the already frustrated and angry kop jumped down his throat.

Must admit i made no reaction whatsoever just stood still and carried on watching the set of useless twats
 

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I'm not sure of % but I'm sure there are a large number of football fans who are mentally challenged. Some of the comments from people at Swindon games defy belief.

Given our gameplay all season has been possession based, sometimes it takes a little patience, particularly with such a young team. We've been winning in a few games and attacking, but if the winger (for example) has the ball and is crowded out, he passes it back to a defender on the halfway line to keep possesion and start again. Fine right? No!!! Cue hundreds of impatient, un-knowledgable twats to grown and yell "get it forward!!!!"

Bellends
 

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Must admit i made no reaction whatsoever just stood still and carried on watching the set of useless twats

At least you stood up! Most of the people near me didn't even do that. Genuinely dont think I've ever seen owt like it. Such a far cry from the standing ovations the players received Vs Hull and Spurs despite having just conceded.

Also very odd was that I thought the ref yesterday had a very good game.
 

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Given our gameplay all season has been possession based, sometimes it takes a little patience, particularly with such a young team. We've been winning in a few games and attacking, but if the winger (for example) has the ball and is crowded out, he passes it back to a defender on the halfway line to keep possesion and start again. Fine right? No!!! Cue hundreds of impatient, un-knowledgable twats to grown and yell "get it forward!!!!"

Bellends

Agree, yesterday when we keeping possession in the last few mins at 3-0 up there were still some people urging the team to GET IT FORWARD
 

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In previous seasons, our fans seem to urge the players to get it forward in a fast manner, but then after the game moan about the style of football..

Logic.
 

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I'm sure we've all done the 'what the fook was that player X' closely followed by 'YEEEEAAAHHH, get in there!'
I certainly have. :oops:
I'll hold my hand up, Matt Smith against Yeovil for me....
 

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I was dreading we'd got another Stern John or Agyemang etc
 

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I was dreading we'd got another Stern John or Agyemang etc
It certainly looked that way for a while, if someone would of told me he'd be going back to Fulham a hero, I'd of laughed in their face!
 

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At least you stood up! Most of the people near me didn't even do that. Genuinely dont think I've ever seen owt like it. Such a far cry from the standing ovations the players received Vs Hull and Spurs despite having just conceded.

Also very odd was that I thought the ref yesterday had a very good game.

I Stand up anyway and yes i agree ref was good not a great deal to do though as nothing was happening
 

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Last season it felt like there was a pause before any of the fans celebrated JETs freekick against port vale. From where I was sat I initially thought it landed on top of the net and im guessing the same for others

Then again it may have just been the part of the ground i was, as anyone in the east end would have been right behind it
 

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Last season it felt like there was a pause before any of the fans celebrated JETs freekick against port vale. From where I was sat I initially thought it landed on top of the net and im guessing the same for others

Then again it may have just been the part of the ground i was, as anyone in the east end would have been right behind it
I was for that game - got it on camera on my phone still!

Brilliant goal.
 

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I'll hold my hand up, Matt Smith against Yeovil for me....
On the discussion of Matt Smith..

Bloody good finish for his goal the other night back at Fulham ay.
 

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I was for that game - got it on camera on my phone still!

Brilliant goal.
Was a fantastic goal, I remember laughing about it cause someone on OTIB predicted a 5-0 win and to be 4-0 up at half time.
 
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Was a fantastic goal, I remember laughing about it cause someone on OTIB predicted a 5-0 win and to be 4-0 up at half time.
Didn't know the intelligence levels were that high on OTIB..

;)
 

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I thought it was quite strange after the match that some of the Sheffield United fans trying to get on our coach and trying to kick off. As we were setting off they were getting arrested by the police
 

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yep, agreed. I get so angry listening to the retarded comments from the fuckwits in the stand.

The comments from the morons around me wind me up far more than anything the team produced ever could.
 

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I thought it was quite strange after the match that some of the Sheffield United fans trying to get on our coach and trying to kick off. As we were setting off they were getting arrested by the police
Fans getting onto supporters and team coaches, now where have I heard that one before...
 

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Fans getting onto supporters and team coaches, now where have I heard that one before...

It was just one person hes an absolute lunatic who is in and out of prison all the time and a load of young uns following him. There was no police there at all until that then all of a sudden about 4 vans and all the dog police arrived which soon had everyone running off
 

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It was just one person hes an absolute lunatic who is in and out of prison all the time and a load of young uns following him. There was no police there at all until that then all of a sudden about 4 vans and all the dog police arrived which soon had everyone running off
Every fanbase has their fair share of idiots, obviously my post was alluding to Bristol Rovers, but it's always a minority..

Dare I say it, most Rovers fans I know are half normal!!
 

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City and Rovers are just as bad as each other
 

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There is one guy in the main stand at Crewe that just shouts "COME ONNNNNN ALLLEEEEEXXXXXXXX" at the top of his voice every five minutes and irritates the f*** out of everyone.
 

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There is one guy in the main stand at Crewe that just shouts "COME ONNNNNN ALLLEEEEEXXXXXXXX" at the top of his voice every five minutes and irritates the f*** out of everyone.

I used to like his (I think it's him) complete dislike of Calvin Zola. Like seriously non-stop barracking for 90 mins every single home match. If you didn't know better you'd have thought Zola was an opposition player (obvious joke is obvious etc).

My favourite, other than someone shouting "Come on number 4!" to the actual King Kenny at Everton in the FA Cup, was a fan in the main stand, when Hulse played for us and Nistelrooy was at the height of his Man Utd career, pointing out "That's the difference between Van Nistelrooy and Hulse..." after Hulse had missed a chance. Quite.
 

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