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  1. The gut

    Happy to lose?

    Anyone happy for us to get beat by Preston today?

    Out of all the teams in contention of play off places I would much rather Preston was one of them.

    In fact I’d be happy to see Alex take his team to the prem ahead of any of the teams in with a chance.
  2. [quote user="nutty nigel"][quote user="Capt. Pants"][quote user="The gut"]“That would explain this little conundrum Captain “

    Top post in a long time! Proper chuckled! It will give this thread legs[/quote][:D]Let''s hope so. Shame someone doesn''t admit to it, it will really kick-off then and tide us over until the next meltdown.[/quote]
    Doesn''t admit to it? Do you think some posters on here are fibbing then Captain? Perhaps being economical with the truth? Could that be possible? Could there be other shameful deeds these posters keep in the closet....
    [/quote]

    Economical with the truth nutty...... some can’t even see the truth when it is clearly laid out in black and white. They are so ecomical with the truth that they completely recycle it into whatever point that they want to make. Take the truth, bend it like a fabricator and tell a lie like it’s the gospel! I’m sure you know the ones, those holier than thou type.
  3. “That would explain this little conundrum Captain “

    Top post in a long time! Proper chuckled! It will give this thread legs
  4. Maybe capt pants but it sound like more than five
  5. I think you’re highlighting the relevance of this site nowadays Nutty, not particularly representative of our support.

    So far then we only have supporters on this thread who don’t boo and non attendees who would never boo. Too few knew who boo?

  6. That goal is definitely up there with the best and i’m pretty certain that is the best home performance of the season. It was long overdue, and I’m so glad I had the patience to turn up again.

    I’m just not sure who to be thankful to, the manager for his tactics or the boo boys
  7. It is good for our hearts, it is good for our spirits and it is good for our souls.
  8. [quote user="Fiery Zac"]This gut feeling or spur of the moment reaction of booing is absolute bo***ks. I often feel frustration or annoyance at what I’m watching but it never results in an uncontrollable burst of booing.

    In fact I struggle to control reacting to a uselsss refereeing decision (happens often) or when we score a goal but I’ve never lost control enough to boo my own team.[/quote]

    What you suggesting then fiery zac? All those that booed thought about it the night before and decided on what minute they were going to boo. Sounds like a big job. Did they ring each other up or have a secret meeting? I doubt it was via social media because surely one of us would notice.

    Mmm whose b0ll0ks is biggest. Guess you win.
  9. [quote user="PurpleCanary"][quote user="The gut"]We’re you there Purple? If you were I think your question is particularly odd. If you were not I will try to offer an explanation of what I think it was.

    I must admit I’m a little confused by some of the comments on this daft thread. I would suggest that the majority of any fan reaction during a game is not a pre planned thought process that has to be justified. It is more of a spontaneous reaction to what someone thinks they are seeing, sometimes in a split second.[/quote]No. But what I said before holds good. From all accounts we were the better team in the first half against a team trying for the automatics places, but according to you:...had it not been for that moment of genius from

    Murphy though, I’m pretty sure there would have been a chorus of boos at

    half time.
    ...if Murphy''s shot hadn''t hit the post and gone in but hit the post and stayed out a chorus of boos - so not just from some isolated idiots reacting instantly to one incident but the comment from many on the whole half of play - would have been justified.[/quote]

    I don’t understand what you are saying Purple. I’m not justifying anything. Perhaps you are reading what you want to read rather than what was written.

    I would like to take this opportunity to point out that fans at the game don’t tend to boo or even cheer or sing based on the half time statistics. It tends to be a little bit more spur of the moment.
  10. [quote user=" Badger"]The Gut: "Also, had it not been for that moment of genius from Murphy though, I’m

    pretty sure there would have been a chorus of boos at half time.

    "Just about sums it up really. You may feel that this is a justified reaction to the team having the effrontery not to be leading against a team well above us in the league and current form, but others don''t. You may feel that this shows a desired level of support for a team in transition but many others feel it demonstrates a degree of petulance that is in nobody''s best interest.It has been acknowledged that it was one of our best performances of the season but still you seem to feel that booing is a justified reaction...[/quote]

    Best you read again badger - I said nothing of the sort. Absolute nonsense! In fact your post is so far from what I posted it is virtually libellous.
  11. We’re you there Purple? If you were I think your question is particularly odd. If you were not I will try to offer an explanation of what I think it was.

    I must admit I’m a little confused by some of the comments on this daft thread. I would suggest that the majority of any fan reaction during a game is not a pre planned thought process that has to be justified. It is more of a spontaneous reaction to what someone thinks they are seeing, sometimes in a split second.
  12. [quote user="nutty nigel"]But how is the player supposed to know. He kicks the ball and gets booed. He''s not going to know that it''s actually the ball being booed rather than the guy who kicked it. And what''s the point of booing the ball. Will it suddenly buck it''s ideas up and bounce higher or something? I don''t think you''ve thought this excuse through gutty.

    Anyway, I''m gonna leave it here cause I can''t think of a'' different ways to spell Tettie.

    FFS.

    ☺[/quote]

    FFS indeed - I don’t need an excuse nutty. I didn’t boo. I said it’s not my thing, I also said I wasn’t getting into the boo or not to boo debate. So what’s your beef with me?

    I also don’t really give too much of a flying eff you see kay how Titty must have felt at the time. I’m sure he could live with that, I doubt it would have had a lasting effect.

    What I could do though is certainly feel or sense the mood around the ground just prior to that moment then when it happened. If someone can’t, I do question if they were aware of how the game was being played, what the flow of the game was and what opportunity was being wasted.
  13. I think you may have misread what I wrote hogesar. That’s a different spin on what I posted.
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