So who’s going to Gillingham then....

saddletramp

Junior Member
#3
Since when does the result of a game affect whether you go to the next one ?
If i didn't go to the next game after a loss,i wouldn't have attended hundreds of matches that i did.
 

Oldham

Well-known member
#5
Since when does the result of a game affect whether you go to the next one ?
If i didn't go to the next game after a loss,i wouldn't have attended hundreds of matches that i did.
It shouldn’t, and as far as I’m concerned it never would. However I’ll bet there’s some that have been put off going down there on yesterday’s performance
 

Colin B

Active member
#6
I'm in Kent for Christmas, so I'll be there as this will be my closest match of the season. Last year we took 1,350 there and I expect this year to be about a third of that.
 

Foley

Active member
#13
I reckon that the majority of supporters support the team/club.

So I would be surprised if the crowd was much worse than the fact that it is being played on a rather rubbish time on Boxing Day.

I am proud that I support a club whose supporters are generally fantastic regardless of one result (however terrible)