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last home game of the season

players lap round the pitch  

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  1. 1. what will you do ?

    • i'll have already gone
      12
    • stay and clap
      8
    • stay and boo
      1
    • stay but do nothing
      11
    • shout general abuse
      1
    • throw shirt/scarve etc on to the pitch
      2
    • other please state
      3


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Guest alex

Be interesting to see if they have a lap of 'honour'. And if they do, how many will be there.

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I think a lot will depend on the performance and result against Blackburn as to how the crowd react. A win and a canny performance will placate a good deal of folk and there'll be a canny reception. If it's the usual bollocks then I can only imagine a sound booing and rightly so.

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I think a lot will depend on the performance and result against Blackburn as to how the crowd react. A win and a canny performance will placate a good deal of folk and there'll be a canny reception. If it's the usual bollocks then I can only imagine a sound booing and rightly so.

 

 

I will apluade them I always do :ok:

 

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I think a lot will depend on the performance and result against Blackburn as to how the crowd react. A win and a canny performance will placate a good deal of folk and there'll be a canny reception. If it's the usual bollocks then I can only imagine a sound booing and rightly so.

 

Its strange how much the one game can affect the reaction to a whole season, but i think you're right. Another utterly shite performance and there will be a big reduction in an already small number of people likely to stay.

 

Personally i'm not hanging around to applaud them for what's been an awful season, offering basically no achievment or entertainment. I applaud them at the end of evey game where its warranted and support them throughout all games. I don't boo them or give the stick, collectively or individually, as i'm a supporter and will always be, but i'm not going to stand around and revel in utter mediocrity, its just going to be uncomfortable for everyone. Those players who care will feel a bit embrassed at having to go round and those who don't give a toss will look like they're being dragged round as well!

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I think a lot will depend on the performance and result against Blackburn as to how the crowd react. A win and a canny performance will placate a good deal of folk and there'll be a canny reception. If it's the usual bollocks then I can only imagine a sound booing and rightly so.

 

Its strange how much the one game can affect the reaction to a whole season, but i think you're right. Another utterly shite performance and there will be a big reduction in an already small number of people likely to stay.

 

Personally i'm not hanging around to applaud them for what's been an awful season, offering basically no achievment or entertainment. I applaud them at the end of evey game where its warranted and support them throughout all games. I don't boo them or give the stick, collectively or individually, as i'm a supporter and will always be, but i'm not going to stand around and revel in utter mediocrity, its just going to be uncomfortable for everyone. Those players who care will feel a bit embrassed at having to go round and those who don't give a toss will look like they're being dragged round as well!

You can get the first round in at the Trent then. :ok:

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I think a lot will depend on the performance and result against Blackburn as to how the crowd react. A win and a canny performance will placate a good deal of folk and there'll be a canny reception. If it's the usual bollocks then I can only imagine a sound booing and rightly so.

 

Its strange how much the one game can affect the reaction to a whole season, but i think you're right. Another utterly shite performance and there will be a big reduction in an already small number of people likely to stay.

 

Personally i'm not hanging around to applaud them for what's been an awful season, offering basically no achievment or entertainment. I applaud them at the end of evey game where its warranted and support them throughout all games. I don't boo them or give the stick, collectively or individually, as i'm a supporter and will always be, but i'm not going to stand around and revel in utter mediocrity, its just going to be uncomfortable for everyone. Those players who care will feel a bit embrassed at having to go round and those who don't give a toss will look like they're being dragged round as well!

You can get the first round in at the Trent then. :ok:

 

:jesuswept:

 

And then the plan is to all drink as much alcohol as it takes to forget the entire season ever happened!!!

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I think a lot will depend on the performance and result against Blackburn as to how the crowd react. A win and a canny performance will placate a good deal of folk and there'll be a canny reception. If it's the usual bollocks then I can only imagine a sound booing and rightly so.

 

Its strange how much the one game can affect the reaction to a whole season, but i think you're right. Another utterly shite performance and there will be a big reduction in an already small number of people likely to stay.

 

Personally i'm not hanging around to applaud them for what's been an awful season, offering basically no achievment or entertainment. I applaud them at the end of evey game where its warranted and support them throughout all games. I don't boo them or give the stick, collectively or individually, as i'm a supporter and will always be, but i'm not going to stand around and revel in utter mediocrity, its just going to be uncomfortable for everyone. Those players who care will feel a bit embrassed at having to go round and those who don't give a toss will look like they're being dragged round as well!

You can get the first round in at the Trent then. :ok:

 

:jesuswept:

 

And then the plan is to all drink as much alcohol as it takes to forget the entire season ever happened!!!

It shall be done. :jesuswept:

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Guest stevieintoon

In the 80's I can't remember too many laps of honour at the end of the season. I remember Gazza's last game against West Ham they stayed on the pitch for a while, I kew Gazza was going, but then again we came 8th which was a good season for us then.

 

Most of the time what used to happen is the fans would jump the fence, and snap the cross bar, like against Charlton one year, or just rip the turf up for souvenirs. I got a piece against Hull one year that's still in the garden.

 

I will stay and do nothing though, but I'd prefer to see an old style invasion of the pitch.

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I'll applaud the players that gave their all when they walk past.

Good luck finding any of them!

 

I'll be off like a shot tbh, the whole club has been an embarassment yet again this season and I won't be sticking around for more than I have too. If they had any sense they would just get straight of the pitch but I'm sure there will be another pathetic spectacle.

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Guest alex

I'm know I'm going to renew so I'll probably fuck straight off as my own (albeit a bit crap) protest as to how things have gone of late and, more specifically, the appointment of Roeder.

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On reflection, I hardly think there's been a single match I've enjoyed this season at SJP, it's been diabolical. I might hang around a bit but no way am I applauding that crap.

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I will stay and do nothing though, but I'd prefer to see an old style invasion of the pitch.

 

You'd be hung for that these days, that now further up the list of serious crime than violently mugging an old granny.

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