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offline east end

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not here to talk about the monkey noises from the crowd but the roving advertisement boards around the perimiter of the pitch dont no if they revolve during play or its just for television but they distract you from the game just wonderd if anyone had any comments as im shore they will end up over here

offline Badger

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I finf you get used to them after a few minutes, unless the game is awful. When that happens I find I get distracted anyway. So on the whole, I don't really mind them.

offline The Invisible Man

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I hate them, and I have been known to rant about them.

I can't see why they are permitted (well yes, of course I can) as substistutes on the bench or warming up have to wear tracky tops or something to avoid confusing the officials, and there was the famous occassion about 12 years ago when a ref (at QPR I think) stopped the game to ask a supporter wearing a yellow top to remove it, as he was confusing it with the linesman's flag. In any event it must be distracting for the players and could take their eye off the ball as they're about to trap it or whatever.

Plus it's bloody annoying!

So there.

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