Agree entirely south stand never stopped singing.Absolute b***ks. The south stand never stopped singing from the first minute to the last.
Yes controversial but I totally agree. The Wilder said song is good but it’s not anthemic and doesn’t really get the ground bouncing. Boro, Boro, Boro and Come on Boro at the Spurs match were spine tingling. But I thought the North stand were very quiet today compared to Spurs. They tend to go for the older songs and everyone joins in.Agree entirely south stand never stopped singing.
Not the right songs to get the whole ground bouncing.
Sorry lads but Isiah Jones running down the right hand side is not as inspiring as you think it is, and will not get the stadium rocking.
A bit mundane after a while if I am honest.
Whole ground singing Come on Boro when we have a corner, or even just Stand up if you Love Boro, much better for overall atmosphere.
North Stand once sang songs to get the whole ground rocking whereas South Stand just seem content to sing there songs and not bothered whether the rest of the ground sing or not.
Just my opinion from the East Stand of course.
Sorry if this is a bit controversial.
Fosm knowsI thought the crowd were pretty poor really. Similar to Eindhoven, the late kick off means a few hours extra in the pub and the lethargy that comes with it.
Yes it doesn‘t help going behind early on but I was genuinely disappointed with the crowd but not too surprised.
We did have a good spell (of singing) second half but for me our best hope today was to get it bouncing from the off and even to make it quite toxic for Chelsea to play in. I’m pretty sure that’s what they expected and the real reason they wanted to play behind closed doors.
But their fears were unfounded and they got off lightly.
There were a good few sat behind me in the north stand who left just before half time and didn’t return. Shame on them….snowflakes. Probably should stick with going to the cinema if you want guaranteed entertainment,
I much prefer ‘the spirit of Steau‘.
The Times report caught the moment in their report this morning. The wind was taken out of the voices of the raucous support by Chelsea coming so quickly out of the blocks.I also agree, I found it surprisingly quiet. There was a 10 minute period 2nd half where we made a good bit of noise but otherwise it wasn't what I was expecting it to be.
I'm not sure if I'd set my expectations too high, after reading suggestions online for fans to take their seats early and recreate the Brighton atmosphere but it just felt underwhelming.