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Can't we utilise Fireworks on Saturday.

The unfortunate accident on Saturday at Wolves should not dissuad us from using all means necessary to make Stonebridge Road loud. As the Sky Cameras are there we need to give as good as we can get, small club with partisan support to shape the future of the oldest team in the League??

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I would think that it's unlikely - a shame.....but still unlikely?

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Aside from the accident at Wolves, which could have been much much worse, I just cannot understand why anyone wants fireworks at a football match or any other silly gimmicks like cheerleaders or playing music when a goal is scored, why?

The football itself is supposed to be the entertainment, I'm sure us fans can create a decent atmosphere we don't need an artificially manufactured one.

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I agree that the football is supposed to be the entertainment? & that us fans can create a decent atmosphere but we do need to pull in more support (future fans ) through the tunrstiles & although I personally do not advocate fireworks other gimmicks as you call them could be worth a try.

Mike F



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What cheerleaders and playing music after a goal? I don't think that'll have them flocking in!

The recent idea of allowing accompanied kids in free is the sort of thing that is needed, I just hope it is a bit better organised next time! Of course a win against Notts County won't do any harm either!




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