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"Atmosphere at Matches"

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

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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.

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Re: "Atmosphere at Matches"

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

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mmm, let's follow Wealdstone's example.

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Re: "Atmosphere at Matches"

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

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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!

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