Poor Atmosphere at Parra

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  1. Canteen Worker

    By:Canteen WorkerMay 21, 2005
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    I am not sure if it is because it was a slogathon or because Parra were ahead for much of the game, but I thought it was strangely lacking in atmosphere at Parra Stadium tonight. The crowd as quiet and docile and it was only that sickening Parra chant over the loudspeaker that made any noise at all. That they need a recorded message to hype them up is an indictment on the club if you ask me.

    Give me Brookie on the hill any time.
     
  2. ChuckWood

    By:ChuckWoodMay 21, 2005
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    I fully agree CW . I was at Parra Stadium for the Tigers match a few weeks ago & noticed also that the only time the home crowd could muster up a chant , was when the tape recorder was used to help them.

    Give me the atmosphere at Brookie , Leichhardt & Kogarah Ovals any day.
     
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    By:bysoMay 21, 2005
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    It was a joke I was yelling out "Now it's time to do something Parra fans" when the poxy loud speeker was on.

    On tv it sounds like a real chant.

    Parra supporters are a JOKE!
     
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    By:sue ridgepipeMay 21, 2005
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    did sound like that on tv.match was very dour and scrappy but closeness should have kept crowd in the game.very surprising.
     
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