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 Dotmund counter attack
Topic Originator: cammypar 1995  
Date:   Sat 16 May 15:27

Absolutely frightening made shalke pay twice.

c'mon the pars
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 Re: Dotmund counter attack
Topic Originator: Big T Par  
Date:   Sat 16 May 15:34

AWESOMENESS

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Topic Originator: cammypar 1995  
Date:   Sat 16 May 15:40

3 nil now total football lesson

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 Re: Dotmund counter attack
Topic Originator: AdamAntsParsStripe  
Date:   Sat 16 May 18:00

Scheisse 04 live up to their name once again.
GIRFUY

Zwei Pints Bier und ein Päckchen Chips bitte
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 Re: Dotmund counter attack
Topic Originator: Big T Par  
Date:   Sat 16 May 19:57

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AdamAntsParsStripe, Sat 16 May 18:00

Scheisse 04 live up to their name once again.
GIRFUY


💛🖤💛👍

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 Re: Dotmund counter attack
Topic Originator: par4life  
Date:   Sat 16 May 20:01

Some excellent football from Dortmund today
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 Re: Dotmund counter attack
Topic Originator: sammer  
Date:   Sun 17 May 00:12

'Football without fans is nothing.'

So goes the pithy Jock Stein quote, a man who devoted his life to producing quality football for the working man. I’m sure he meant professional football, not a public park game. But was he correct?

There can be music without dancing, which once would have been thought absurd. There can be poetry written without a word ever being spoken, which would have been incomprehensible in an ancient oral culture. We have drama on film and TV without a live audience.

So is this the future of elite football? A product to be consumed from the armchair, at the click of a button, with studio audience soundtrack to create an ersatz atmosphere? With a computer generated crowd to colour in the background?
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 Re: Dotmund counter attack
Topic Originator: DBA  
Date:   Sun 17 May 01:08

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sammer, Sun 17 May 00:12

'Football without fans is nothing.'

So goes the pithy Jock Stein quote, a man who devoted his life to producing quality football for the working man. I’m sure he meant professional football, not a public park game. But was he correct?

There can be music without dancing, which once would have been thought absurd. There can be poetry written without a word ever being spoken, which would have been incomprehensible in an ancient oral culture. We have drama on film and TV without a live audience.

So is this the future of elite football? A product to be consumed from the armchair, at the click of a button, with studio audience soundtrack to create an ersatz atmosphere? With a computer generated crowd to colour in the background?


Do fans need to be in the stadium? There were fans around the globe watching on tv. Surely that supports the quote - would the game be played at all if no fans would watch it on tv?
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 Re: Dotmund counter attack
Topic Originator: OzPar  
Date:   Sun 17 May 01:15

Sammer, Here in Australia we got a taste of your dystopian future back in the 1990s when one of our commercial TV stations took it upon itself to block out large sections of the crowd during a live broadcast of a rugby match and superimpose advertisements in the space.

The match took on the appearance of a Nintendo game; the idea got universal criticism from the general public and thankfully was canned.

In these days of generally silent complicity, the picture you draw is not beyond the realms of possibility.
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 Re: Dotmund counter attack
Topic Originator: GG Riva  
Date:   Sun 17 May 10:25

Sammer, I'll turn your question on its head.

In the early 90s, when Milan had the best team on the planet, owner Silvio Berlusconi (of whom I'm not a fan) said, "One day, football will make so much money from TV and sponsorship that fans will be allowed into stadia free of charge, to generate an atmosphere for those watching on TV."

That hasn't materialised, in part because many elite clubs are insatiable and insist on paying their top players obscene salaries.



Not your average Sunday League player.
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