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- Sep 13, 2000
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This is the way it has been for the Eagles for 25 years. One of the great things about being in Melbourne is the ability to just turn up.I think it will take a bit of time for people to get used to the new ticketing process, you can’t just rock up anymore which is a bit annoying.
Let people pick their seats with the tickets and see the change.. also a lot of people like to stand so might as well go stand at the pub with your mates and watch itCOVID 19 has changed the landscape and crowds wont return to the pre COVID levels for a few seasons to come
This.Collingwood/Carlton would have got probably 5-10k more had it been Friday night instead of Thursday. And I think a lot of old people are spooked by the whole having to log on and book a seat and store it on your phone situation.
2020 certainly taught me I can still enjoy the footy without attending games. Habits have changed; the ritual has been broken. Considered staying home today even after paying $43 for a ticket earlier in the week. Part lack of sleep/part laziness.TV numbers are up. So I think it's more a sign people aren't quite ready for going to the games in person.
You must be good splitting brown from black and gold from yellow in a crowd of 40,000.Yes was interesting. Hardly any Tiger fans there.
We won’t know until we have a whole COVID free season whether there has been a actual change in behaviour. No cause for concern yet.
I think you’re right. I’m not bothering this week. Why would I bother go through that rigmarole again only to see my mob done and dusted 20 minutes into the first quarter with another pea hearted effort.. I’m not. It will be my first game in Victoria missed for 13 years, and that includes the year we had no players (2016).Shaving my balls with a rusty razor is going to be less painful than watching Essendon this year. Going to see a huge decrease in attendance at Essendon games
The commentators on The radio on the way in were saying how much louder Hawthorn fans were, that there were surprisingly few Tiger fans there. When I got there @ 1/4 time that was quite apparent as well. We would usually be outnumbered by Tiger fans but not today. Can’t blame them, hole and away games can be boring after a few flags in a row.You must be good splitting brown from black and gold from yellow in a crowd of 40,000.
Like any other Richmond Hawthorn game, i dunno who the f*** was supporting who.
I heard no cheers for Hawthorn goals, but loud cheers for Hawthorn free kicks. Seems your supporters cheer free kicks more than goals.