In my role I still attend the matches and have been fortunate to have a chat with the new manager and some of our new players are really nice lads, but it’s worth pointing out that you may miss Cliftonhill but Cliftonhill misses you - it’s not the same without the noise the shouts the banter and the familiar faces - I really look forward to everyone being back on Saturday afternoon.
The banter. The random shouts we all wait for (dirty cheat, talk to each other, for f*cks sake ref, oh wait, that last ones mine, heard it last Saturday). The race between prof and marmiteman for the pies. The walk to the match in anticipation/dread. The bus to the away games. Missing goals while having a laugh instead of the camera system. Just the whole shebang. It just ain't the same.
Agree with everything you say mate. PS-Must be drunk 😄😁😆
Post by charlestheoptimist on Nov 7, 2020 21:05:31 GMT
I think it be the banter and camaraderie around the whole live match day experience. The long slow trudge down from the stand along to the steps going out when 3-0 down with minutes to go ! then the contrasting days when skipping down and applause to the teams beyond the final whistle when results like todays team performance at Annan come through- still enjoy the alcohol on the live streaming though !!