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Atmosphere 16:14 - Mar 17 with 3383 viewsblaenaugwentjack

Worst i have ever experienced at the liverty.
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Atmosphere on 16:22 - Mar 17 with 2717 viewsOldjack

C'mon mun ,what did we have to sing about ? zilch

Prosser the Tosser dwells on Phil's bum hole like a rusty old hemorrhoid ,fact You Greedy Bastards Get Out Of OUR Club!

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Atmosphere on 16:22 - Mar 17 with 2714 viewsLeonWasGod

Not much better down the Liberty. Sheff We'd was worse as their away support made less noise.

But it was shoite, agreed. Like a fecking WI meeting round me in the east.
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Atmosphere on 16:28 - Mar 17 with 2678 viewsPrivate_Partz

I think most people felt the writing was in the wall today. Thousands stayed away and this was partially made up by those who don't regularly attend matches and a large Korean presence.
Not helped by the fact we had the biggest sway support of the season which highlighted the situation even more.
Having said that I feel both supporters and the general population of the City have lost its fight lately. A combination of the Jenkins cocks ups and WAG starving the region of investment resulting in a succession of knock backs.
We all need a boost and hopefully retaining our top flight status will be a kick start.

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Atmosphere on 16:31 - Mar 17 with 2656 viewsexiledclaseboy

Atmosphere on 16:28 - Mar 17 by Private_Partz

I think most people felt the writing was in the wall today. Thousands stayed away and this was partially made up by those who don't regularly attend matches and a large Korean presence.
Not helped by the fact we had the biggest sway support of the season which highlighted the situation even more.
Having said that I feel both supporters and the general population of the City have lost its fight lately. A combination of the Jenkins cocks ups and WAG starving the region of investment resulting in a succession of knock backs.
We all need a boost and hopefully retaining our top flight status will be a kick start.


Fair play, it takes some mental gymnastics to at least partly blame the Welsh Government for the atmosphere being shit at the Liberty. Funny.

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Atmosphere on 16:36 - Mar 17 with 2627 viewsLeonWasGod

Atmosphere on 16:31 - Mar 17 by exiledclaseboy

Fair play, it takes some mental gymnastics to at least partly blame the Welsh Government for the atmosphere being shit at the Liberty. Funny.


Innit. Especially as everyone knows it's because of Brexit
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Atmosphere on 16:36 - Mar 17 with 2625 viewshobo

Biggest match in years. Very poor. In stark contrast to the Spurs fans who were excellent

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Atmosphere on 16:40 - Mar 17 with 2589 viewsBillyChong

Atmosphere on 16:31 - Mar 17 by exiledclaseboy

Fair play, it takes some mental gymnastics to at least partly blame the Welsh Government for the atmosphere being shit at the Liberty. Funny.


On the other hand I personally know a fair few people who have given up bothering due to off the field business
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Atmosphere on 16:40 - Mar 17 with 2588 viewsSwanjaxs

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Atmosphere on 16:49 - Mar 17 with 2552 viewsOldjack

Atmosphere on 16:36 - Mar 17 by hobo

Biggest match in years. Very poor. In stark contrast to the Spurs fans who were excellent


only because they bossed us from start to finish knowing the inevitable outcome ,had we lost by 6 we'd have had no complaints

Prosser the Tosser dwells on Phil's bum hole like a rusty old hemorrhoid ,fact You Greedy Bastards Get Out Of OUR Club!

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Atmosphere on 16:54 - Mar 17 with 2536 viewsJack_Kass

Had Tammy buried his chance it would have been better in the 2nd half

But when you barely have possession, any shots on target, and its feckin cold, then its not going to be the most raucous of atmospheres.

I would have laughed if we managed some miracle comeback and went to ET, because there'd have been no bugger in the crowd to see it

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Atmosphere on 17:08 - Mar 17 with 2463 viewsawayjack

Our fans reflect the club. No passion on or off the pitch and many only interested in Premier League survival to see their opposition heros and the money to pay the greedy ones for club. Feels like we're a US franchise with fans that aren't too bothered and owners who just want the dollar.
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Atmosphere on 17:13 - Mar 17 with 2444 viewsLeonWasGod

Atmosphere on 17:08 - Mar 17 by awayjack

Our fans reflect the club. No passion on or off the pitch and many only interested in Premier League survival to see their opposition heros and the money to pay the greedy ones for club. Feels like we're a US franchise with fans that aren't too bothered and owners who just want the dollar.


It does feel that way. Although the atmosphere was crap for Europa league later group stages too, so it's not an American thing. We don't turn up for cups at home. Another example - the League cup away was superb all the way through, but again I don't think we woke up until Chelsea at home.
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Atmosphere on 17:20 - Mar 17 with 2415 viewsPrivate_Partz

Atmosphere on 16:31 - Mar 17 by exiledclaseboy

Fair play, it takes some mental gymnastics to at least partly blame the Welsh Government for the atmosphere being shit at the Liberty. Funny.


I was commentating on the population of Swansea as a whole. We all seem to have lost our fight a tad. For me the demise of the club under Jenkins is affecting the atmosphere and there is a lack of feel good factor in the City.
There is a connection imho but perhaps I should have stuck to football on the football only board.

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Atmosphere on 17:25 - Mar 17 with 2378 viewsmonmouth

Atmosphere on 17:13 - Mar 17 by LeonWasGod

It does feel that way. Although the atmosphere was crap for Europa league later group stages too, so it's not an American thing. We don't turn up for cups at home. Another example - the League cup away was superb all the way through, but again I don't think we woke up until Chelsea at home.


The QF against Boro was exactly like today, and we weren’t being mullered neither.

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Atmosphere on 17:29 - Mar 17 with 2353 viewsjack2jack

Atmosphere on 16:22 - Mar 17 by LeonWasGod

Not much better down the Liberty. Sheff We'd was worse as their away support made less noise.

But it was shoite, agreed. Like a fecking WI meeting round me in the east.


The West was bouncing
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Atmosphere on 17:38 - Mar 17 with 2317 viewsfishman

I agree that the atmosphere was dire [ or should that be Dyer ],but while of course we all want it to be bouncing ,surely the players though help to drive that ? and today what we had was a walking pace ,passive ,non event ,it was the quarter final of the FA cup, !! we just gave Spurs a gentle workout ,nobody got in their faces ,we backed off and gave them all the time and room they needed ,and they just strolled through us .
So bloody frustrating
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Atmosphere on 17:48 - Mar 17 with 2260 viewsKilkennyjack

Atmosphere on 17:08 - Mar 17 by awayjack

Our fans reflect the club. No passion on or off the pitch and many only interested in Premier League survival to see their opposition heros and the money to pay the greedy ones for club. Feels like we're a US franchise with fans that aren't too bothered and owners who just want the dollar.


I had not thought of it like that.

When they took the money out, they took the atmosphere out as well...?

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Atmosphere on 17:54 - Mar 17 with 2223 viewsmonmouth

Atmosphere on 17:48 - Mar 17 by Kilkennyjack

I had not thought of it like that.

When they took the money out, they took the atmosphere out as well...?


Atmosphere has been pretty much shite since the first season other than a few games. The home games that might keep us up will be tasty enough. Everton last year was one of the best ever.

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Atmosphere on 18:11 - Mar 17 with 2148 viewsFlashberryjack

Atmosphere on 17:54 - Mar 17 by monmouth

Atmosphere has been pretty much shite since the first season other than a few games. The home games that might keep us up will be tasty enough. Everton last year was one of the best ever.


The players show no passion, and that filters down to the fans.

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Atmosphere on 18:12 - Mar 17 with 2140 viewsbyron

Atmosphere on 16:31 - Mar 17 by exiledclaseboy

Fair play, it takes some mental gymnastics to at least partly blame the Welsh Government for the atmosphere being shit at the Liberty. Funny.


Surprised I didn’t get the blame too, anything else? Wind blowing wrong way

Benny

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Atmosphere on 18:16 - Mar 17 with 2120 viewsJack_Kass

Atmosphere on 17:54 - Mar 17 by monmouth

Atmosphere has been pretty much shite since the first season other than a few games. The home games that might keep us up will be tasty enough. Everton last year was one of the best ever.


Thats not true, its mostly depended on the opposition and the occasion, but its definitely more than a few.

There have been some banging atmospheres in the 2nd and 3rd tier for standard league games, e.g against the likes of Leeds, Wolves and Forest.

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Atmosphere on 18:39 - Mar 17 with 2054 viewsOldjack

Atmosphere on 18:16 - Mar 17 by Jack_Kass

Thats not true, its mostly depended on the opposition and the occasion, but its definitely more than a few.

There have been some banging atmospheres in the 2nd and 3rd tier for standard league games, e.g against the likes of Leeds, Wolves and Forest.


Liverpool and Arsenal , cracking atmos, west ham was good aswell ,the players tried and everyone loves a trier

Prosser the Tosser dwells on Phil's bum hole like a rusty old hemorrhoid ,fact You Greedy Bastards Get Out Of OUR Club!

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Atmosphere on 18:43 - Mar 17 with 2035 viewsblaenaugwentjack

Atmosphere on 16:36 - Mar 17 by hobo

Biggest match in years. Very poor. In stark contrast to the Spurs fans who were excellent


Some very valid point's post on this thread. Me and my brother were sat in the east stand, towards the South surrounded by kids and familys. Not the regular crowd. As others have posted the fans and players feed off each other and the result was very audible. My brother turned to me five minutes before ko and said, if this was at the vetch it would be bouncing now.
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Atmosphere on 19:52 - Mar 17 with 1912 viewsMorristonmike

Terrible to many cardboard cutouts was shocking before spurs scored even.
Need a section with just singers it's been taken over by others.
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Atmosphere on 19:59 - Mar 17 with 1880 viewsthornabyswan

Atmosphere on 17:08 - Mar 17 by awayjack

Our fans reflect the club. No passion on or off the pitch and many only interested in Premier League survival to see their opposition heros and the money to pay the greedy ones for club. Feels like we're a US franchise with fans that aren't too bothered and owners who just want the dollar.


Every game we lose and the crowd are quiet Jenkins the Americans ETC are to blame.
When we win none of this gets mentioned all getting a bit tiresome.

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