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7 minutes ago, da_no_1 said:

It's equally as strange to assume that every single protestor will walk out on 4 minutes quietly without making comment to anyone who stays. 

Have to say I admire anyone who takes a stand against the state we're in just now, it all just seems a bit pointless, I fear they'll just carry on as is. It's like we're stumbling around in the dark just now. To think we were all dying to get back to EEP a few weeks ago & now we're talking protests & walk-outs. Grim.

Has he gone yet?

 

Reason I find it strange is because it’s not about getting on each other’s backs, it’s about taking a stand. Anyone giving fans shit for staying is a moron. Although I have only seen this mentioned from people who aren’t interested in walking out, which is absolutely fine no issues at all with that. I just can’t see how fans walking out would lead to them giving grief to the ones that’s staying, can’t recall anything like this happening before.

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Fascinated that supporters of other clubs think any Pars fan would give a single f**k about their thoughts on all this.

You could literally say that about any issue in football. If fans just kept to their own forums, then P&B would be pretty pointless.
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Thanks for your input to the other fans, but leave this to the supporters of the club. You haven’t had the misery of watching this shambles.

I think the board will have sat down with Grant yesterday and told him that we need to pick up at least 6 points in the remaining games of September or he will be sacked.

Wonder what the away support will be like for the Rovers game if he is still here? Midweek and probably sitting rock bottom. I’d wager it’ll be something like Cowden take to these games, maybe worse.

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Fourth minute makes no sense for a walk out. Be better going for 30th/40th/50th/60th or something like that. They’d probably get a better response.

Unless we’re losing already, I can’t see many people at all leaving after 4 minutes. However, I would say that if the vocal fans in the north west are involved in this, that would have a big impact, that the board wouldn’t be able to ignore.

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I do think that patg sales will be at an all time low on Saturday, as will the number of ST holders turning up. That will be a much bigger statement than any walkout - particularly in the 4th minute. Anyone planning to leave after 4 minutes, my advice would be just to not turn up. That will send out a bigger message and stop you from wasting your own time.

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1 hour ago, Gigi Alabocheré said:

Reason I find it strange is because it’s not about getting on each other’s backs, it’s about taking a stand. Anyone giving fans shit for staying is a moron. Although I have only seen this mentioned from people who aren’t interested in walking out, which is absolutely fine no issues at all with that. I just can’t see how fans walking out would lead to them giving grief to the ones that’s staying, can’t recall anything like this happening before.

Have you ever been to a football match in your life? Or attempted to cross a picket line or something?

If you think a load of fans will leave a ground en masse and not a single one of them will say something along the lines of "take it you must be happy with this" to someone not leaving, or someone sitting in their seat will make a remark about "sit down, support the team, I'm trying to watch the game" in the other direction you're in cuckoo land. These sort of gestures are inevitably massively divisive by their nature.

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18 minutes ago, CallumPar said:

I do think that patg sales will be at an all time low on Saturday, as will the number of ST holders turning up. That will be a much bigger statement than any walkout - particularly in the 4th minute. Anyone planning to leave after 4 minutes, my advice would be just to not turn up. That will send out a bigger message and stop you from wasting your own time.

Are they even doing PATG at East End yet?

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6 minutes ago, Skyline Drifter said:

Have you ever been to a football match in your life? Or attempted to cross a picket line or something?

If you think a load of fans will leave a ground en masse and not a single one of them will say something along the lines of "take it you must be happy with this" to someone not leaving, or someone sitting in their seat will make a remark about "sit down, support the team, I'm trying to watch the game" in the other direction you're in cuckoo land. These sort of gestures are inevitably massively divisive by their nature.

Stopped reading at picket line. I’m planning on getting up and walking out, don’t care what minute it is and not interested in bickering with any of our own supporters either. Relax old man. 

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Are they even doing PATG at East End yet?

By patg I just mean non-ST holders. Not sure anyone will ever be paying at the gate as such again. Certainly not any time soon. There’s no real need to, when you can buy a ticket on your phone when you decide to go, then just scan the QR code from your phone. I think you can still buy a ticket from the ticket office/shop on match days though. My point was that I would imagine those that buy tickets for individual games will be deciding against it for now. They certainly won’t be giving the club £20, just to walk out after 4 minutes.
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