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    What is the official story with playing SUAF during televised matches?



    #2
    What?
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      #3

      Originally posted by TST1

      What is the official story with playing SUAF during televised matches?
      No idea what you mean. I don't think there is any story about playing SUAF during televised matches.

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        #4
        <DIV>There is none. The branch just made a decision to stop playing it after Munster score. I always liked it myself, but I guess it wasn't to everyone's taste. </DIV>
        <DIV>If you ask me they'd be doing better if they stopped playing that crap pop music over the tannoy before a game, let the crowd build up ffs. Snow Patrol is not going to get us in the mood for a match.</DIV>
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          #5

          Originally posted by Ruck
          <div>There is none. The branch just made a decision to stop playing it after Munster score. I always liked it myself, but I guess it wasn't to everyone's taste. </div>
          <div>If you ask me they'd be doing better if they stopped playing that crap pop music over the tannoy before a game, let the crowd build up ffs. Snow Patrol is not going to get us in the mood for a match.</div>
          The PA systems at sports venues are just not suited to playing music on them, it always sounds crap. Which could only be good news for Snow Patrol, frankly. [img]smileys/wink.gif[/img]
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            #6

            No piped music before matches!



            Cara O'Sullivan or Derek Whatshisname belting out SUAF gets the crowd going, without doubt.



            The M.B. should have the @@@@SPAN style="font-weight: bold; color: rgb(255, 0, 0);">team's song@@@@/SPAN>
            played after we score. Quinniegate, and the crap music are 2 more
            examples of just how hopelessly out of touch they are with reality and
            their customers.

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              #7
              Originally posted by ~Cat~
              The PA systems at sports venues are just not suited to playing music on them, it always sounds crap.
              PA system in Geneva was good for nothing - couldn't hear a word that was being muffled and mutteredat all.

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                #8

                Originally posted by Dermot G

                The M.B. should have the @@@@SPAN style="font-weight: bold; color: rgb(255, 0, 0);">team's song@@@@/SPAN>
                played after we score.
                Not a fan of this. I always find the crowd become a bit reluctant to cheer if there is music played.

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                  #9

                  Originally posted by Lazarus

                  Team do not want music played after scores

                  Fairynuff. The choir needs to get organised so, sing a burst of SUAF after each score.
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                    #10

                    Originally posted by stunmer

                    Not a fan of this. I always find the crowd become a bit reluctant to cheer if there is music played.
                    (One of) the problems I have is when the music stops, so often does the crowd. Like in Paris for the Sale game, they played "Here we go" and the entire crowd got going, singing, flags waving. The second the music ended, everyone just stopped dead.
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                      #11


                      Hopefully the brilliant Derek Moloney will get to sign it before the match......


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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Skyhawk


                        Hopefully the brilliant Derek Moloney will get to sign it before the match......


                        Sign what ? [img]smileys/smile.gif[/img]


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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Point
                          Originally posted by Skyhawk


                          Hopefully the brilliant Derek Moloney will get to sign it before the match......


                          Sign what ? [img]smileys/smile.gif[/img]





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                            #14
                            Personally just think it adds to ocasion but if players dont want it so be it.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by ~Cat~
                              Originally posted by Ruck
                              <DIV>There is none. The branch just made a decision to stop playing it after Munster score. I always liked it myself, but I guess it wasn't to everyone's taste. </DIV>
                              <DIV>If you ask me they'd be doing better if they stopped playing that crap pop music over the tannoy before a game, let the crowd build up ffs. Snow Patrol is not going to get us in the mood for a match.</DIV>

                              The PA systems at sports venues are just not suited to playing music on them, it always sounds crap. Which could only be good news for Snow Patrol, frankly. [img]smileys/wink.gif[/img]

                              I thought 'Vertigo' and 'What you Waiting For' sounded good in the Millenium

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