Singing section/Atmosphere

Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by franksinatra, 24 Aug 2016.

  1. trevorriley

    trevorriley

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    I think the whole thing gets over complicated and looked in to deeply.
    The fans are there just sing !
     
  2. Cheadle_hulmeBlue

    Cheadle_hulmeBlue

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    i can't remember the last time that was sung at home. i agree all the songs you've mentioned get more people joining in. i think it was a against burnley and it was 1-1 and the south stand started to sing about edin dzeko ? which to me made no sense at all and barely anyone joins in with it. another one would be city til i die - why did we stop singing that ? to me its as much a city song as blue moon and everyone would join in.

    both cup games when we went ahead the south stand was actually really loud and most people in the whole stand were singing, which never happens in league games. its all about number and having an entire end.
     
  3. cleavers

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    I didn't say it didn't have a good atmosphere, I said it was a myth that it was always good, it wasn't, its easy to remember the good seasons, and we all wipe out memories of the bad ones, apart from the odd occasion where our humour at the shitness shone through.

    One thing about the current time, is the great football, and that people are too caught up in it, but the atmosphere still has its days in tight games.
     
  4. mancharlie

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    What’s the point in fans being in the ‘singing section’ when they don’t actually sing? I can’t believe how many fans will just not sing & get behind the team unless we’ve scored or they just celebrate a goal then still don’t sing throughout!? Maybe have a ‘no singing’ section where people can sit & check their social media, take selfies, text their mates, and other non-engaging in the City experience things! ...
     

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