ContinueWe use cookies to ensure that you get the best experience on our website; if you continue without changing your settings - or dismiss this message - we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on Forums.Football Web Pages.co.uk

Welcome To The Harrow Borough FC Fans Forum

Come on you Reds!

Return to front page

Newest article: Re: Harrow Borough 0 Carshalton 1 by TerryYesterday 10:34Yesterday at 10:34:36view thread

Oldest article: BBC Non League Show by Town Colours25/7/2012 20:58Wed Jul 25 20:58:44 2012view thread

MenuSearch

Next thread: Ground Regulation Paragraph 9. by Terry28/8 08:36Wed Aug 28 08:36:51 2019view thread

"Atmosphere at Matches"

By Terry28/8 09:08Wed Aug 28 09:08:32 2019

Views: 109

I would add this also l recently had to attend a Wealdstone match against Dartford on 3rd August as a forfeit because we didnt finish in the Top 5 Last Season
Ive got to say this there were over 900 fans in the ground.
Dartford had a good away following there was singing and chanting some about the ref etc
But it was a Cracking Atmosphere not a Drum or Instrument in sight!
So my view every club should ban Drums or other Instruments. Liable to Spoil the enjoymment of the game for others.

reply to this article | return to the front page

   

Re: "Atmosphere at Matches"

By Middx Wanderer28/8 13:10Wed Aug 28 13:10:07 2019In response to "Atmosphere at Matches"Top of thread

Views: 86

mmm, let's follow Wealdstone's example.
Really!!

reply to this article | return to the front page

   

Re: "Atmosphere at Matches"

By Terry28/8 13:17Wed Aug 28 13:17:24 2019In response to Re: "Atmosphere at Matches"Top of thread

Views: 77

Well Wealdstone and Dartford.
Any views about having a drum banged in the ground.
That is thee question Earlsmead Part timer.
Im against what say you!

reply to this article | return to the front page

   

Previous thread: Views On A Drum Needed. by Terry28/8 07:39Wed Aug 28 07:39:44 2019view thread