WHO Poll
Q: 2017/18 Brighton (h)
a. If e can stop being the masters of our own downfall we should take 3 points, win
74%
  
b. We seem too flaky at the moment and don't expect an easy game, draw
8%
  
c. We can't put teams away and have a soft underbelly, lose
11%
  
d. Did you know that Eurovision 1974 was held in Brighton and launched ABBA onto the world stage with Waterloo
6%
  
e. I love Friday Night Football, it gives me the chance to show everyone down the local just how big a West Ham nut I am, hat, scarf, shirt, you name it I'll be wearing it
1%
  



Kidders 10:38 Sun May 14
Embarrassing support
Last game of the season and the players end to a half empty stadium.

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Percy Dalton 2:57 Mon May 15
Re: Embarrassing support
Up until this season can't think of many times that ive left early and I've been going for well over fifty years.
This has been by far one of the worst seasons ive encountered and that's including the relegation years.
Does that make you a better supporter because you stay to the end?
Think you need a reality check to be so blind.
We all go to be entertained to give you a feel good feeling and has been said we've had that only three times all season.
I made my decision not to renew after the first few games at home and I have a so called good seat I honestly hope things turn out better for those that carry on but I'm glad I'm out of it.

Gavros 2:07 Mon May 15
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100%

CR 2:06 Mon May 15
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Does anyone know what the ST take up actually is at the moment.

Northern Sold 2:06 Mon May 15
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Fifth Column 12:41 Mon May 15
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I'm not defending the board. I just mean that at the end of the match today I thought, "what am I going to do with the kids for the next 3 months over weekends?"


Oh my fucking God.... why not taking somewhere they actually enjoy then... like I said it's an illness

DoubleDouble 1:49 Mon May 15
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I took the kids down to the pitchside and the players were so far away. Could at least of come over closer.

They stayed on the pitch so as not to mix with us muggy fans.
As always Ginge was the only one to throw a shirt to someone.

BetterthanKaka 1:46 Mon May 15
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Left at 2-0, could have easily left at HT.
Why anyone would stay till the end to face that, humiliating.

ooooh Morley Morley 12:55 Mon May 15
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Not that I agree with the OP but lets all remember this the next time some wag 'hilariously' declares there must be a fire drill at *insert stadium* when watching someone get walloped on the telly.

dealcanvey 12:43 Mon May 15
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The players were on the beach before the game kicked off. If I had known from the start would not of even bothered to turn up.

Fifth Column 12:41 Mon May 15
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I'm not defending the board. I just mean that at the end of the match today I thought, "what am I going to do with the kids for the next 3 months over weekends?"

I have hated it apart from Chelsea in cup, Spurs and Palace... but the actual travel to the match with the kids, eating, having a laugh on the way to the match is all good.

Just a shame about the shit team, shit stadium, shit atmosphere.

Iron Filings 12:40 Mon May 15
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Stayed till the end, avoided the rush

Gavros 12:31 Mon May 15
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got in late.

back to the seat in the 55th minute.

left on 85.

Grumpster 12:28 Mon May 15
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I would have been back in the pub shortly after the third goal if I'd been there yesterday and fully understand people doing the same.

The high and mighty who always think you're only a proper fan if you see every single second don't half talk shit.

Loyalty works both ways, they need to encourage you to hang around.

Fifth Column 12:24 Mon May 15
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There's another two weeks until season ticket renewal deadline. I bet 85% will renew.

1964 12:05 Mon May 15
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Numbers of season tickets bought next year is going to be very interesting. It will finally reveal this lie or otherwise on the 50,000 waiting list and show how many who will not renew.

I'm sure they'll be thousands who won't renew but will they be replaced or not?

Gavros 12:05 Mon May 15
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Did you enjoy the game yesterday 1307 son?

How was the closing ceremony?

Northern Sold 12:03 Mon May 15
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Great?

REALGSA 11:53 Mon May 15
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Can't see the point on spending £1500 a season on travel, ticket etc to watch 3 great games

3 nil v palace
2 - 1 v chelsea
1 nil v spurs

Lertie Button 11:52 Mon May 15
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Doing nothing isn't an option simply because clearly Newcastle Brighton, Swansea, Bournemouth and Burnley all have managers who can get a tune out of their players.
It's the inability to make the most of what we've got is the worry

Even our complacent owners must realise the championship beckons

1307 11:44 Mon May 15
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Thousands of empty seats all around the stadium.

John, I would not even debate with Gavr as he is a true Sky fan who believes supporting EVERYTHING the club does makes him a PWOPER supporter.

JayeMPee 11:41 Mon May 15
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Best support we can get now is for Sullivan and Gold to sell and clear off. If not then it will be the same old lies, not surprised season ticket sales are down.

Wasn't there yesterday but had I been I would have left early too, to hell with watching that lot and then getting stuck in queues.

Alwaysaniron 11:32 Mon May 15
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Reply Far Post 10:44 Mon May 15

Spot on and I think the thread should be ended on the above comment by 'Far Post'

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