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Match Photos on the site 15:25 - Apr 2 with 687 viewsSaintNick

You may have noticed a distinct lack of match photos of late, this isn't my fault, it just seems that Reuters aren't sending anyone to take photos the our games much.

You would have thought that yesterday would have had a few but just 24 photos in total, many were only Ipswich players , on Saturday against Middlesbrough there wasn't a Reuters photographer or syndicate at the game.

Contrast this with Sunday's women's game, at St Mary's, there were around 150 pictures of this game up on the Reuters site and that has been the case over the past few months, Saints men's team get either very few pics or none at all, but the Women's team get somewhere between 120 -180.

Even our trip to Anfield only had around 60 pics uploaded.

Judging by the pics on the official website there cant have been much more than a thousand people at the game

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Match Photos on the site on 15:53 - Apr 2 with 646 viewsPatfromPoole

Can’t wait for the next fans’ forum at St. Mary’s with more inane chat about ladies’ football to fill time which could have been used to ask Martin about his substitutions.

Poll: If we win a play-off semi at St. Mary’s should there be a pitch invasion?

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Match Photos on the site on 16:41 - Apr 2 with 598 viewsTripleNiemi

Match Photos on the site on 15:53 - Apr 2 by PatfromPoole

Can’t wait for the next fans’ forum at St. Mary’s with more inane chat about ladies’ football to fill time which could have been used to ask Martin about his substitutions.


When’s the away fans being moved ffs, we need the wall of noise
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Ready and waiting to mop up those European places......

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Match Photos on the site on 18:01 - Apr 2 with 552 viewsdirk_doone

Match Photos on the site on 16:41 - Apr 2 by TripleNiemi

When’s the away fans being moved ffs, we need the wall of noise
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Ipswich, Leeds and Leicester all put the away fans in a corner so they can't influence the ref. or the game.

In the PL, where there's VAR, that's less important, but in the Championship, where penalties and red cards are often triggered by fans' reaction, it's a significant factor. In fact, Leeds said as much when they moved their away section.
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Match Photos on the site on 18:13 - Apr 2 with 519 viewsTripleNiemi

Match Photos on the site on 18:01 - Apr 2 by dirk_doone

Ipswich, Leeds and Leicester all put the away fans in a corner so they can't influence the ref. or the game.

In the PL, where there's VAR, that's less important, but in the Championship, where penalties and red cards are often triggered by fans' reaction, it's a significant factor. In fact, Leeds said as much when they moved their away section.
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So next year then all being well, we will romp the league?

Ready and waiting to mop up those European places......

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Match Photos on the site on 21:15 - Apr 2 with 415 viewsSaintNick

Match Photos on the site on 18:13 - Apr 2 by TripleNiemi

So next year then all being well, we will romp the league?


Yes we will because as we know Ipswich have had 24 years of away fans up in the corner not influencing the ref and that has seen them prosper and of course Leeds & Leicester would have probably have gone down a lot earlier last season if they had the away fans behind the goal and influencing the ref a lot more

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Match Photos on the site on 21:53 - Apr 2 with 370 viewshedgeend61

Match Photos on the site on 16:41 - Apr 2 by TripleNiemi

When’s the away fans being moved ffs, we need the wall of noise
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Man City have won 5 of the last 6 PL titles, FA Cups, League Cups, a Champions League with away fans behind the goal, made such a difference to them hasn't it.

Perhaps it's because they have got better players than every other team in this Country, you never know, it would make sense.

Weather they get away with it due to FFP, we'll have to wait and see, but it'll have nothing to do with away fans, if they played all their home games in front of 50,000 away fans does anyone think the results would be much difference?
Cos Man City home fans are probably one of the quietist of the 92.
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