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    Be seen, be heard



    Friday is the day of our away Heineken European Cup Quarter Final with Llanelli at Stradey Park.


    Let it be an away match in name only. On 10th December last we played the Cardiff Blues in the Cardiff Arms Park and afterwards Cardiff players complained it was like an away match such was the visible and audible presence of Munster Supporters when the ran onto their home turf. We need to do the same to the Llanelli Scarlets at Stradey.


    We are, and intend to remain,the Heineken European Cup Champions.


    There will be over 4,000 Munster Supporters at the game. Every one of us is duty bound to be seen and be heard on the night.



    #2
    Originally posted by glorob


    Let it be an away match in name only. On 10th December last we played the Cardiff Blues in the Cardiff Arms Park and afterwards Cardiff players complained it was like an away match such was the visible and audible presence of Munster Supporters when the ran onto their home turf.


    What a pity that ye couldn't have managed similar enthusiasm when the Blues beat Munster in a near-silent Musgrave Park three weeks ago!


    Disgracefully, the ML means nothing to Munster. Hang your heads in shame, you bunch of event junkies and glory hunters.


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      #3

      Glory. Hunted, killed and hanging on the wall!

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        #4


        Originally posted by skulldrag
        Glory. Hunted, killed and hanging on the wall!




        Sic transit gloria mundi! [img]smileys/biggrin.gif[/img]
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          #5


          Glorob is there seriously 4000 due at Stradey?. Congrats on the promotion to General by the way.


          I was in Cardiff in December and it was a super atmosphere. Hooker couldn't hear the calls. Very unnerving.
          Offside Ref! He's being doing it all day

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            #6
            I'll be making as much noise as possible, by the way what colour jersey will we be wearing?

            I'm also bringing my bell which was aquired in switzerland[img]smileys/biggrin.gif[/img]


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              #7
              Originally posted by Old Dog
              Originally posted by glorob


              Let it be an away match in name only. On 10th December last we played the Cardiff Blues in the Cardiff Arms Park and afterwards Cardiff players complained it was like an away match such was the visible and audible presence of Munster Supporters when the ran onto their home turf.


              What a pity that ye couldn't have managed similar enthusiasm when the Blues beat Munster in a near-silent Musgrave Park three weeks ago!


              Disgracefully, the ML means nothing to Munster.** Hang your heads in shame, you bunch of event junkies and glory hunters.


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              At least try and keep your logic consistent in the same post.
              Shameless self promotion time ladies and gents!
              Munster: Early Season
              Munster: Escape from Pool of Death
              Munster: HEC Champions 2007/2008
              Munster: Full Season Highlights.

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                #8

                Originally posted by Old Dog

                Originally posted by skulldrag
                Glory. Hunted, killed and hanging on the wall!




                Sic transit gloria mundi! [img]smileys/biggrin.gif[/img]
                ILLEGITIMI NON CARBORUNDUM</font></font>

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                    #10





                    f**kum Begrudgeri

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                      #11
                      Maybe the atmosphere wasnt great but it wasnt a great game OD and as for not taking it seriously, wasnt that game a sell out. There were twice as many fans at that game as there will be at Stradey tomorrow.

                      Well said Glorob, Lets make every voice count tomorrow night

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                        #12


                        Folks, lets ignore any wummery and get this thread back on topic. Everyone (including myself) who has the good fortune of being in Stradey park should remember the huge effort and personal sacrifice this group of players have put in for the last few years to make us champions of europe and repay that effort with an unprecendented noise level and support. Get in early, bring your red jersey, munster flags, bodhrans and anything else, cheer on the warm up, shout your head off when the munster lads take the pitch and don't stop shouting till the final whistle blows.


                        Until you hear the Bell, That final bell, Stand up and fight like hell
                        If a man stands in the middle of the forest with no woman around to hear him - is he still wrong?

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                          #13


                          Can't make it has haven't got a ticket


                          Those of you going have a responsibility - to come out of the ground after the game with no voices....


                          \'For he that hath no stomach for this fight, let him depart\'.
                          Henry V - Battle of Agincourt 1415

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