I imagine I’d have finished my beer well before the 88th minute but acknowledge the point you’re making and, yes, if we scored when I had a beer there’s a strong chance I’d spill some.
To be honest I’m not hugely advocating for the change, I’ve been attending football since thw early 90s (the...
Me either. Although I didn’t want to miss any of the first half so only five minutes left of half time before I’d get a beer meaning had to either down it, leave half of it or miss the start of the second half.
Would have been nice to be able to take it up to the stand with me.
I think last night will give Frank more confidence in 3-4-3 as an option for future home games, particularly those we’d be more expected to be pushing for 3 points in but don’t see him changing it for a tough away fixture.
Same team as today (assuming Pinnock’s fit) other than the usual...
Interesting, I was in N122 and other than the very very occasional ‘Liverpool, Liverpool’ I didn’t hear them at all until they scored the second.
Thought they were much quieter than Britton. Albeit the rest of the ground was far louder than against Brighton so maybe that contributed to us...
I think our current repertoire of songs generally (not just related to players) is really bad. The only ones (home or away) that seem to get traction with a decent number of people are ‘by far the greatest team, ‘song on our own’, ‘hey Jude’ and ‘hey Sergi Canos’.
Regardless of who we draw it will definitely be a step up for our fringe players, no league two teams remaining and only one league one (assuming afc Wimbledon lose to arsenal tonight) so chances are will be a prem or championship team.