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Our Support Today 20:20 - Oct 2 with 2360 viewspennblue

It was pretty lame today. Hardly mustered one song in the 2nd half. Always difficult with no roof, but our support was as flat as the performance on the pitch.

It is our job to get behind the team and be that 12th man, well today we failed.

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Our Support Today on 20:22 - Oct 2 with 2032 viewschrismakin

Tbf to anyone that went, wet cold accrington not a day for a party

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Our Support Today on 20:24 - Oct 2 with 2017 viewsSitfcB

Long Northern trip, most would’ve been up since 5/6am, no roof, p!ssing down with rain all day and a shoddy performance especially in the second half, no surprise b

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Our Support Today on 21:03 - Oct 2 with 1906 viewsnoggin

You should have tried harder.

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Our Support Today on 21:22 - Oct 2 with 1854 viewsGlasgowBlue

Very quiet in the second half. Was a very strange atmosphere. The only song they could manage was “we smoke where we want” after a steward went into the stand to give somebody a telling off for smoking.

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Our Support Today on 21:27 - Oct 2 with 1819 viewsBanksterDebtSlave

Our Support Today on 21:22 - Oct 2 by GlasgowBlue

Very quiet in the second half. Was a very strange atmosphere. The only song they could manage was “we smoke where we want” after a steward went into the stand to give somebody a telling off for smoking.


Typical Tory...it's 'we.'
That brolly, if yours, was the highlight of the day! Had a lot of space around it though!

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Our Support Today on 22:01 - Oct 2 with 1725 viewsGlasgowBlue

Our Support Today on 21:27 - Oct 2 by BanksterDebtSlave

Typical Tory...it's 'we.'
That brolly, if yours, was the highlight of the day! Had a lot of space around it though!


I didn’t have a brolly. My butler had one though, which kept me dry.
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“A man must be excessively stupid, as well as uncharitable, who believes that there is no virtue but on his own side, and that there are not men as honest as himself who may differ from him in political principles”.
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Our Support Today on 22:46 - Oct 2 with 1650 viewsLeBlue

Our Support Today on 21:27 - Oct 2 by BanksterDebtSlave

Typical Tory...it's 'we.'
That brolly, if yours, was the highlight of the day! Had a lot of space around it though!


That brolly was truly excellent. I want one.
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Our Support Today on 22:52 - Oct 2 with 1607 viewsGlasgowBlue

Our Support Today on 22:46 - Oct 2 by LeBlue

That brolly was truly excellent. I want one.


Did somebody genuinely have a brolly? The only brolly I would have brought along is my Mrs fake one, which is actually a hip flask full of gin that always gets through security at gigs and festivals.

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Our Support Today on 22:55 - Oct 2 with 1599 viewsBanksterDebtSlave

Our Support Today on 22:46 - Oct 2 by LeBlue

That brolly was truly excellent. I want one.


Half brolly,half tent...a trolly perhaps.

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Our Support Today on 22:58 - Oct 2 with 1586 viewsSitfcB

Our Support Today on 22:55 - Oct 2 by BanksterDebtSlave

Half brolly,half tent...a trolly perhaps.



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Our Support Today on 23:16 - Oct 2 with 1507 viewsStochesStotasBlewe

Our Support Today on 22:58 - Oct 2 by SitfcB



Did they think they were going fishing.

My mate has one of those when he fishes ion wet windy days.

We have no village green, or a shop. It's very, very quiet. I can walk to the pub.

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Our Support Today on 23:17 - Oct 2 with 1506 viewsBanksterDebtSlave

Our Support Today on 22:58 - Oct 2 by SitfcB



Female butler too while he uses the phone....class!

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Our Support Today on 05:06 - Oct 3 with 1325 viewsChondzoresk

Did you go? Did you stand in torrential rain without protection? Were you up before dawn to get there?

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Our Support Today on 06:34 - Oct 3 with 1278 viewsbluestandard

It just isn’t good enough is it…….we’re 10 games in now, and the Town support should have gelled by now.

BTW, for those that don’t appreciate sarcasm, well done to everyone that made it up there yesterday 👏👏
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Our Support Today on 08:15 - Oct 3 with 1156 viewsOldboy

I think you will find that it is the managers job to motivate the players, not mine. I spent nearly 9 hours driving and £70 on fuel yesterday. Add that to the ticket price and refreshments and you are well over £100. Nobody makes me do it, I do it out of my love for this football club. Shame the players don't feel the same. It is their job to give me something to sing about. It is their job to entertain. If they can't do that after all the effort we put in to supporting them, then no, I am not going to sing their names. All this 12th man bo11ocks does my nut in. Believe it or not, yesterday was a bad day for all of us that did a 500 mile round trip. The difference being, it cost us all a small fortune to do it and they got paid a fortune for not doing their job.
The next time you want to have a go at our supporters, just remember the time, money and effort we have put into supporting this club. We did our bit by turning up, shame the players didn't feel the same.
It wasn't the supporters fault we lost yesterday you plank, it was because the management and players didn't do their job correctly.
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Our Support Today on 09:23 - Oct 3 with 1024 viewsReuser_is_God

Our Support Today on 21:22 - Oct 2 by GlasgowBlue

Very quiet in the second half. Was a very strange atmosphere. The only song they could manage was “we smoke where we want” after a steward went into the stand to give somebody a telling off for smoking.


Always is for these northern games, they attract a different type of supporter which is fair enough.

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Our Support Today on 09:33 - Oct 3 with 1005 viewsblueislander

Our Support Today on 09:23 - Oct 3 by Reuser_is_God

Always is for these northern games, they attract a different type of supporter which is fair enough.


Some people don’t seem to realize that the noise that supporters make at a match is in direct proportion to the excitement generated. Of course there are people who think that the most important factor in supporting a team is to sing, and good luck to them, but they are going to be disappointed when they realize that not everyone shares their view.
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Our Support Today on 09:41 - Oct 3 with 959 viewsOldboy

Our Support Today on 09:23 - Oct 3 by Reuser_is_God

Always is for these northern games, they attract a different type of supporter which is fair enough.


Not sure what you mean by that. "They attract a different type of supporter"? I go to probably half of our away games and tend to see the same faces at most. I am a bit confused by your response.
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Our Support Today on 13:43 - Oct 3 with 826 viewsLeaky

Our Support Today on 09:41 - Oct 3 by Oldboy

Not sure what you mean by that. "They attract a different type of supporter"? I go to probably half of our away games and tend to see the same faces at most. I am a bit confused by your response.


I think he means some northern supporters only go to northern games. I usually meet up with different people at southern games, than I do at northern games. I have friends from Cheshire that I'm not expecting to meet at Plymouth.
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Our Support Today on 13:46 - Oct 3 with 815 viewsTRUE_BLUE123

There were a couple of groups of lads trying to get it going. Didnt seem to draw much enthusiasm from the others though. It’s always quiet at Accrington though, so oh well.

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Our Support Today on 14:42 - Oct 3 with 763 viewsDeano69

Our Support Today on 22:58 - Oct 2 by SitfcB



In Shorts, top man, well it is only October.

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Our Support Today on 15:40 - Oct 3 with 710 viewspennblue

Our Support Today on 05:06 - Oct 3 by Chondzoresk

Did you go? Did you stand in torrential rain without protection? Were you up before dawn to get there?

I rarely downvote any thread or comment, but you deserve it on this thread.


Yes I went, I was up at 4am driving round for 2 hours trying to find fuel. Then got on the train down to Marylebone before realising the Euston Preston train was packed. Then proceeded to return back to finding fuel and eventually got up there by car.

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Our Support Today on 16:25 - Oct 3 with 670 viewsAlanG296

At a home game, not a problem if you don't make noise, at least you're funding the club, but away, if you just stand there watching, all you're doing is contributing to the opposition's wages.
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Our Support Today on 16:41 - Oct 3 with 641 viewsTractorWood

Our Support Today on 08:15 - Oct 3 by Oldboy

I think you will find that it is the managers job to motivate the players, not mine. I spent nearly 9 hours driving and £70 on fuel yesterday. Add that to the ticket price and refreshments and you are well over £100. Nobody makes me do it, I do it out of my love for this football club. Shame the players don't feel the same. It is their job to give me something to sing about. It is their job to entertain. If they can't do that after all the effort we put in to supporting them, then no, I am not going to sing their names. All this 12th man bo11ocks does my nut in. Believe it or not, yesterday was a bad day for all of us that did a 500 mile round trip. The difference being, it cost us all a small fortune to do it and they got paid a fortune for not doing their job.
The next time you want to have a go at our supporters, just remember the time, money and effort we have put into supporting this club. We did our bit by turning up, shame the players didn't feel the same.
It wasn't the supporters fault we lost yesterday you plank, it was because the management and players didn't do their job correctly.
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Don't listen to it mate. Cracking effort going up.

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Our Support Today on 16:44 - Oct 3 with 631 viewsnoggin

Our Support Today on 15:40 - Oct 3 by pennblue

Yes I went, I was up at 4am driving round for 2 hours trying to find fuel. Then got on the train down to Marylebone before realising the Euston Preston train was packed. Then proceeded to return back to finding fuel and eventually got up there by car.

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