A “Celebration of Griffin Park” - Live (1 Viewer)

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No Supporters' Player of the Year trophy awarded?
 

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Just watched the farewell montage. Not gonna lie, I'm welling up....

Beers, tears and cheers.

Farewell Griffin Park.
 

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Received an email apologising for it going offline and that from tomorrow we can watch it in full
 

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"Thank you once again for your incredible support this evening.

Please accept our apologies with the disruption to the live feed transmission, we worked as quickly as possible to reboot the stream for you.

Our technicians are busy editing the full recording of tonight’s show, and this will be available for you to watch again in full, without interruption, from tomorrow.

I will be in touch again in the morning to let you know when this feed will be live for your viewing."
 

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That is beyond brilliant. Simply amazing
The first piece that has really got me. :cry: Of the colour games, I think I only would have missed Djuricin against QPR as I'd just busted a knee. Even watched that that on a very flaky and expensive hospital Sky stream.
 

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Montage at the end was very emotional.

:cry:

Great piece of music from Night Dials.
 

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LOVED LOVED LOVED the PG "Brentforrrrddd" guttural roar at the very end played over the floodlights going out for the final time.

At the same time both moving for what we are leaving behind, but also conveying the hope, excitement and passion for what is to come.
 

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That video was so beautiful but so so emotional . I cried my eyes out rip are wonderful old girl
 

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A fitting tribute to the place that made so many happy memories for me over the past 66 years - the football - the people I have met - the atmosphere and above all the feeling of belonging to a very special Club. I have missed you when I havn't been able to go and am so sad at your passing. Cherished memories that will remain with me forever.
 
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That video :cry: :cry: balled my eyes!!

would have been 10 times worse watching that on a big screen at GP with the stadium packed, with family and friends.
 

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The first piece that has really got me. :cry: Of the colour games, I think I only would have missed Djuricin against QPR as I'd just busted a knee. Even watched that that on a very flaky and expensive hospital Sky stream.
It got me too until it showed me going nuts after that same Djuricin goal on the ER
 

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The final montage is excellent.

In fairness to those involved in the whole broadcast to do something like that and get praise rather than disappointment is by no means inevitable. Well done.
 

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