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Crouchy
Post subject: Re: Which stand for Dhaka test?
PostPosted: 19:48 on 25th Mar 2010

Joined: 12:13 on 27th Apr 2008
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Eggmanfoo Wrote:
Crouchy Wrote:
Am I right in saying the majority of us are aiming to be in the Club House for the Dhaka Test?

Occasional sojourns into VIP notwithstanding, of course.



In answer to your question......Anywhere away from the barmy army and their songs :lol: :roll:


In the Club House over five days I saw:

* A view behind the bowler's arm
* Plenty of forum members
* Gilo reading the Corridor supplement
* Harv joining in with some songs
* Mrs Wickets singing a lovely rendition of Jerusalem
* Jock and others coordinating the Sport Relief effort
* The Wrong Uns singing an amusing Vegan Barnsley adaptation of the E-I-E-I-E-I-O song.
* All the England fans encouraging the team, on days 4 and 5 especially

Don't at least some of the above trump any particular allegiance to any single group (or subgroup) of supporters?
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naibob
Post subject: Re: Which stand for Dhaka test?
PostPosted: 13:06 on 26th Mar 2010

Joined: 19:40 on 1st Dec 2008
Posts: 478
Location: London
Crouchy Wrote:
Eggmanfoo Wrote:
Crouchy Wrote:
Am I right in saying the majority of us are aiming to be in the Club House for the Dhaka Test?

Occasional sojourns into VIP notwithstanding, of course.



In answer to your question......Anywhere away from the barmy army and their songs :lol: :roll:


In the Club House over five days I saw:

* A view behind the bowler's arm
* Plenty of forum members
* Gilo reading the Corridor supplement
* Harv joining in with some songs
* Mrs Wickets singing a lovely rendition of Jerusalem
* Jock and others coordinating the Sport Relief effort
* The Wrong Uns singing an amusing Vegan Barnsley adaptation of the E-I-E-I-E-I-O song.
* All the England fans encouraging the team, on days 4 and 5 especially

Don't at least some of the above trump any particular allegiance to any single group (or subgroup) of supporters?


It was good see most of the England away support in the same stand in Dhaka as oppose to the 3 or 4 seperate areas in Chitters.
However, each to their own. If you prefer sun/shade/singing/solitude/sitting in a scoreboard!!/bowlers arm/square leg etc, etc. We all still support the same side and result and that's what counts.....
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