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Thats what we are doing at saturdays game v Bournemouth! There is currently a vote of whether to protest by either being silent when they come out,or being silent and turning ourbacks on them,or meeting after the game outside the entrance or goiungon the pitch and sitting down or chanting SACK THE TEAM.Im for the silence thingy meself. Thanks by the way! lol

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It's a difficult one Mr Cobb.<p>We did it at Burnley a couple of seasons ago. i'm not sure it acheived much but it did get a lot of press and tv interest - but I suppose the only way you can hurt them is not to go on the game - it hurts them financially and support wise (perhaps go to the game and spend ur money on some tinnies, sing your heads off outside and then laugh at them when they come out!!)
Good Luck whatever u do - hope it has the desired effect.<p>Hodgy (Up the Clarets!)

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Silence and loads of banners should be quite effective. Going onto the pitch has its drawbacks inthat some places would bar you - but it is worthwhile just to say you've been there.

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I think the majority are leaning towards being silent when they come out,should be quite good and will make them realise we wont take their poor efforts anymore,im sure there will be chants throughout the game also.Cheers for the goodluck msgs! Good luck v Canvey Burnley fans! I must say i will be hoping for a canvey win tho!




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