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Come back from the dark side...........................
go the Mighty Mighty Power!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
There is no dark side, the relies are over and we watched Power last time they were here..... Power won on that occassion ;) So it was only fair to go watch the "Mighty" Crows.
Neil Craig is with the Crows until the end of 2011 whatever happens - unless he walks, of course.
I don't believe you give up on a team just because they've lost a few games. Once you decide on who you go for, you pretty much stay with them. If that weren't the case then Geelong would have no supporters cos before their win in 2007 they hadn't won for some 40+ years; pretty much the same for Hawthorn because they hadn't won for 15+ years...and Port would have lost a good few supporters after their mega defeat.
We go to as many home games (and away when poss) as we can and we really have seen some awesome performances from the Crows. We have also seen some really disappointing turn arounds where a win seemed to be 'in the bag'.
Whatever, I guess 'your' team is always going to be the best to you and that's how it should be. IMHO :)
0 & 3........... its getting closer for Craigy
OMG! How typical was that game! I saw some really good moves, but in typical Crows fashion they gave it up at the end. And to Melbourne too! I still think we'll be right so :p to the lot of you lol!
Mind you, to Port...oh sorry, you lost too! And by 27 points! Never mind, that only dragged your percentage down so no worries there! And is it true that attendance was so (typically) low they covered even more seats in an attempt to make it look like they had a crowd?
to all who go for their AFL team, no matter which one!
Last edited by Lazy Cow; 11-04-2010 at 10:12 PM. Reason: I think I overused 'lol'. Perhaps I should use 'PMSL' when referring to Port!
Crows have been shocking this year SO far, but what they puttingin the water at Freo!!??!!
d by 27 points! Never mind, that only dragged your percentage down so no worries there! And is it true that attendance was so (typically) low they covered even more seats in an attempt to make it look like they had a crowd?
As its fairly obvious that we don't get as many supporters as the Crows, the whole idea of covering the seats is to create a better atmosphere for the fans and make the vocal support better for the team. Considering we were down by 56 points at one stage to lose by 27 was not bad. At least we didn't give up and continued to play good footy until the final siren.
As one of the members that has been affected by the bay closures I can see what the club are trying to do. 660 supporters have been moved to other seats while they try this out and the covered bays are a flexible option, obviously when we play more popular teams the covers will come off. I wouldn't say 23,306 was a "typically" low attendance, thats average for our team. I'd still rather go and watch Power play anyday. Hope you get a win this season.
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