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What happened Yesterday when we played Hull.?????

The Shed end was so quiet!!!!

Unfortunatly my seat was right next to the Away fans, and all i could hear was those Northern Monkies giving it large.!!!

I tired to raise some sort of response to their chants but the section i was in didn`t want to know.

Has anyone got any ideas on how we can make the shed end as loud and as intimidating to away fans as possible???? Lets make the Bridge the fortress it once was!!!!! Our boys are working their nuts off for us, we need to up our game too!!!!!!

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What happened Yesterday when we played Hull.?????

The Shed end was so quiet!!!!

Unfortunatly my seat was right next to the Away fans, and all i could hear was those Northern Monkies giving it large.!!!

I tired to raise some sort of response to their chants but the section i was in didn`t want to know.

Has anyone got any ideas on how we can make the shed end as loud and as intimidating to away fans as possible???? Lets make the Bridge the fortress it once was!!!!! Our boys are working their nuts off for us, we need to up our game too!!!!!!

I too was in the Shed Upper, gate 3, close to the Hull fans. In answer to your question:

1) It's a fact that the vocal support of all clubs is best away from home and fair play to Hull they were no exception.

2) The audience at football matches has changed hugely from when I used to stand in the shed in the late 70s and early 80s, more women, families and especially tourists. I couldn't believe the number of Asians I saw yesterday for example.

The vocal support will never be like it was, unless extreme measures are taken. How about banning foreigners, women & children from the Shed upper section and tasking the stewards with ejecting anyone who doesn't join in with the singing. That might help...

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1. Make the Shed Lower and MHL standing terraces.

2. Make those areas £25 entry sold on matchdays. First come first served.

3. Ban all those advertisements played over the big screens in the ground at ear-splitting volume. In fact no sound based advertising or pre-match "mood muzak" at all.

4. Shoot Neil Barnett

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1. Make the Shed Lower and MHL standing terraces.

2. Make those areas £25 entry sold on matchdays. First come first served.

3. Ban all those advertisements played over the big screens in the ground at ear-splitting volume. In fact no sound based advertising or pre-match "mood muzak" at all.

4. Shoot Neil Barnett

5. Get a time machine and travel back 25 years, you wont be disappointed.

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Expand on Bonetti's idea of buying job lots of those singing ornaments and spread them round the ground.

Put loudspeakers in the MHL to amplify the noise (though I'm told by my daughter that the Hunt song came across loud and clear on the telly)

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1. Make the Shed Lower and MHL standing terraces.

2. Make those areas £25 entry sold on matchdays. First come first served.

3. Ban all those advertisements played over the big screens in the ground at ear-splitting volume. In fact no sound based advertising or pre-match "mood muzak" at all.

4. Shoot Neil Barnett

Strongly agree with all of those, but sadly it ain't gonna happen.

Although I suppose number 4 is a possibility...

Neil Barnett is Chelsea through and through and his knowledge of the club is very impressive, but that said he really is an annoying tw*t.

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Strongly agree with all of those, but sadly it ain't gonna happen.

Although I suppose number 4 is a possibility...

Neil Barnett is Chelsea through and through and his knowledge of the club is very impressive, but that said he really is an annoying tw*t.

When Barnett named the Hull scorer at half time I turned to the bloke next to me and said I wasn't sure who was the biggest hunt, Barnett or the twat that plays for Hull.

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What happened Yesterday when we played Hull.?????

The Shed end was so quiet!!!!

Unfortunatly my seat was right next to the Away fans, and all i could hear was those Northern Monkies giving it large.!!!

I tired to raise some sort of response to their chants but the section i was in didn`t want to know.

Has anyone got any ideas on how we can make the shed end as loud and as intimidating to away fans as possible???? Lets make the Bridge the fortress it once was!!!!! Our boys are working their nuts off for us, we need to up our game too!!!!!!

i too agree and wish we could up the noise levels always makes the game better. our away support on the other hand is great to be fair

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lets make it as hostile as it was for say spurs in 2006, when gallas scored in last minute. we were fantastic that day, we gave the y*ds so much sh*t it wa brilliant. we are soo good at scarign people, our reputation sees to that, we just need to be hostile and the vocalness of the away support will soon shut it!

up the chels!

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I too was in the Shed Upper, gate 3, close to the Hull fans. In answer to your question:

1) It's a fact that the vocal support of all clubs is best away from home and fair play to Hull they were no exception.

2) The audience at football matches has changed hugely from when I used to stand in the shed in the late 70s and early 80s, more women, families and especially tourists. I couldn't believe the number of Asians I saw yesterday for example.

The vocal support will never be like it was, unless extreme measures are taken. How about banning foreigners, women & children from the Shed upper section and tasking the stewards with ejecting anyone who doesn't join in with the singing. That might help...

Banning women and foreigners? WTF!??!!!

:angry:

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1. Make the Shed Lower and MHL standing terraces.

2. Make those areas £25 entry sold on matchdays. First come first served.

3. Ban all those advertisements played over the big screens in the ground at ear-splitting volume. In fact no sound based advertising or pre-match "mood muzak" at all.

4. Shoot Neil Barnett

They'd all work to a degree, can't see any of 'em happening though. Only pre match music should be Liquidator, keep it going right to K.O. gets people warmed up, and pipe it into the away corner as loud as possible to drown out any crap emanating from that general area!

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Football crowds now remind me of an audience from 'Gladiators'.

Familys and football tourists should be welcomed, but find a place for them (the west / east , or family section), aswell as your die hards, the lads out for a drink and a sing-song - which was 95% of a football crowd a few years ago.

It's a shame the capicity couldn't be increased to accomodate Chelsea new breed of supporters, throw the new-age supporters in there and leave behind the goals for the singers, and older breed of supporter, the ones who are not offended by the occasional swear word.

On a plus note, there was a bird sitting below me in the MHL at the weekend, and every break in play was a chance to ogle her MASSIVE tit's. When Drogba's 2nd went in, they were all over the place, like 2 octpus on a bungee jump!

So every cloud.............

*slips off into daydream*

aaaaarrrggggghh.......tit's!

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lets make it as hostile as it was for say spurs in 2006, when gallas scored in last minute. we were fantastic that day, we gave the y*ds so much sh*t it wa brilliant. we are soo good at scarign people, our reputation sees to that, we just need to be hostile and the vocalness of the away support will soon shut it!

up the chels!

I think we can do without a reputation for hostility. Scaring people doesn't score goals.

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I think we can do without a reputation for hostility. Scaring people doesn't score goals.

But moi you miss the point. In this case it's all about atmosphere; the old, traditional (and by all accounts long gone), intimidation of opposition fans and players.

Sing up!

It's a long way to Fulham Broadway, it's a long way to go........

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But moi you miss the point. In this case it's all about atmosphere; the old, traditional (and by all accounts long gone), intimidation of opposition fans and players.

Sing up!

It's a long way to Fulham Broadway, it's a long way to go........

I didn't miss the point, Lofty, I just made a different point. There are things from the past that belong in the past. Gangs of football fans hunting in packs exuding hostility and saying (like Prideoftheshed did) "We are soo good at scaring people!", belong firmly in the past - the paster the better!

Three generations of my family have been Chelsea supporters - they have all sung their hearts out to support their team, not to show hostility or to intimidate others.

However, I guess on this we're about as far apart as Vanessa Feltz and Vanessa Paradis!

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If there's no intimidation of away fans & players, then the atmosphere is nowhere as good as it could and should be. I know this doesn't fit in with modern day thinking of how football should be, but it's true. I hate the way football grounds are now, it's like being back at school - not allowed to shout, swear, stand, or sometimes even sing - it's the main reason I don't go anymore.

So next time you're at the Bridge, lob a brick or bottle at the away team coach and kick an opposition fan in the bollocks, you know it makes sense! :hiding:

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Off Topic I know, but Bluebeard, I was down Hastings last week. I would have give you a call but i was with a bunch of suits from work. I took them in the Carlisle. what a classy place that is! We had to convince the bouncers to let us in, but I told them that I had spoken to the Forest Outlaws and they said that although it was a gay pub, it was fairly harmless so they let us in.

Shame I missed you mate - maybe next time.

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Off Topic I know, but Bluebeard, I was down Hastings last week. I would have give you a call but i was with a bunch of suits from work. I took them in the Carlisle. what a classy place that is! We had to convince the bouncers to let us in, but I told them that I had spoken to the Forest Outlaws and they said that although it was a gay pub, it was fairly harmless so they let us in.

Shame I missed you mate - maybe next time.

You unsociable git! :)

That was the pub that I made my local when I first moved down from London, classy place indeed! To be honest, I'm surprised they let you in The Carlisle if any of you were wearing suits - they've got a dress code there, you know! Normally you have to have a 20 year-old (at least) denim jacket without sleeves, Levi's, boots, chains, long greasy hair, and at least 3 offensive weapons before they'll even consider letting you in.

I'd love to have seen the bouncers' reaction if you'd really called it a gay pub :(

Make sure you give me a call next time you're down this way!

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You unsociable git! :)

That was the pub that I made my local when I first moved down from London, classy place indeed! To be honest, I'm surprised they let you in The Carlisle if any of you were wearing suits - they've got a dress code there, you know! Normally you have to have a 20 year-old (at least) denim jacket without sleeves, Levi's, boots, chains, long greasy hair, and at least 3 offensive weapons before they'll even consider letting you in.

I'd love to have seen the bouncers' reaction if you'd really called it a gay pub :(

Make sure you give me a call next time you're down this way!

I will mate, and I'm sorry I missed - I know I'd have had much more fun than I actually did :)

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