The Art of Booing

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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by WasSpike » Tue Jan 10, 2017 1:04 pm

I do hope it's still OK these days to boo sh!t refs and linesmen ?
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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by tuffers » Tue Jan 10, 2017 1:42 pm

ChingfordRed wrote:
tuffers wrote:I've been supporting us long enough to remember plenty of booing in the past brought about
a marked improvement in Effort Ethic & in turn results.


Let us know when booing helped then.



Id rather Boo them than call them " WAGE THIEVES " ..
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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by tuffers » Tue Jan 10, 2017 1:47 pm

Orient Meat Pie wrote:It's interesting to note that those who say you should not hurl abuse at poor players are happy to hurl abuse at poor boarders.



Its interesting to note how those against booing of players
are defending players like The 2 Davids on
The Fantastico Facebook page have defended El Presidente .

They defend by saying dont give him grief give him encouragement & they quite rightly
get ridiculed , because our chairmen does such an inept job.

Yet speak up about criticising players & i am told they are delicate creatures whose feelings maybe hurt
or even make them 0lay worse than the sh*te they are serving up now .

It does make me chuckle how foolish fans can be .
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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by ChingfordRed » Tue Jan 10, 2017 1:52 pm

By all means, criticise when it's warranted, it has been for pretty much two and a half years, but actually standing there and booing in their direction, what is that meant to achieve?

People who boo are just laughed at and rightly so.
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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by tuffers » Tue Jan 10, 2017 5:25 pm

ChingfordRed wrote:By all means, criticise when it's warranted, it has been for pretty much two and a half years, but actually standing there and booing in their direction, what is that meant to achieve?

People who boo are just laughed at and rightly so.



If you boo someone you think he is a bit Sh*te at the moment as in lacking effort
The Boo allows the player the chance to respond by improving his effort &
therfore sticking 2 fingers up at your boo .

I've been booing on & off for far longer than 2 & 1/2 years .

In that time i have found it seems to work .
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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by ChingfordRed » Tue Jan 10, 2017 5:32 pm

It really doesn't surprise me that you boo.
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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by Proposition Joe » Tue Jan 10, 2017 5:59 pm

I love a good boo. CR is in the minority on this.
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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by No more herO's » Tue Jan 10, 2017 6:00 pm

tuffers wrote:
ChingfordRed wrote:By all means, criticise when it's warranted, it has been for pretty much two and a half years, but actually standing there and booing in their direction, what is that meant to achieve?

People who boo are just laughed at and rightly so.



If you boo someone you think he is a bit Sh*te at the moment as in lacking effort
The Boo allows the player the chance to respond by improving his effort &
therfore sticking 2 fingers up at your boo .

I've been booing on & off for far longer than 2 & 1/2 years .

In that time i have found it seems to work .


Yeah, we e been world beaters since youve started booing.....
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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by tuffers » Wed Jan 11, 2017 1:21 pm

No more herO's wrote:
tuffers wrote:
ChingfordRed wrote:By all means, criticise when it's warranted, it has been for pretty much two and a half years, but actually standing there and booing in their direction, what is that meant to achieve?

People who boo are just laughed at and rightly so.



If you boo someone you think he is a bit Sh*te at the moment as in lacking effort
The Boo allows the player the chance to respond by improving his effort &
therfore sticking 2 fingers up at your boo .

I've been booing on & off for far longer than 2 & 1/2 years .

In that time i have found it seems to work .


Yeah, we e been world beaters since youve started booing.....



World beaters since we have been cheering them on & giving encouragement to .


You are 1 of the sharp ones arent you :D
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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by tuffers » Wed Jan 11, 2017 1:23 pm

ChingfordRed wrote:
tuffers wrote:I've been supporting us long enough to remember plenty of booing in the past brought about
a marked improvement in Effort Ethic & in turn results.


Let us know when booing helped then.



Droylesdon in the cup.

we booed them off at half time & again early in the 2nd half .

When Mpoku came on we roared them on .
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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by ChingfordRed » Wed Jan 11, 2017 1:25 pm

:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by No more herO's » Wed Jan 11, 2017 1:41 pm

tuffers wrote:
No more herO's wrote:
tuffers wrote:
ChingfordRed wrote:By all means, criticise when it's warranted, it has been for pretty much two and a half years, but actually standing there and booing in their direction, what is that meant to achieve?

People who boo are just laughed at and rightly so.



If you boo someone you think he is a bit Sh*te at the moment as in lacking effort
The Boo allows the player the chance to respond by improving his effort &
therfore sticking 2 fingers up at your boo .

I've been booing on & off for far longer than 2 & 1/2 years .

In that time i have found it seems to work .


Yeah, we e been world beaters since youve started booing.....



World beaters since we have been cheering them on & giving encouragement to .


You are 1 of the sharp ones arent you :D


Im not sure that using the 'cheering' and 'encouragement' of our home support does your argument any favours. Ive been going since 1979 and all I remember it being almost exclusively quiet and vaguely embarassing. I now favour away games for precisly these reasons. Theres been plenty of booing ovr the years and I dont remember it improving the atmosphere for anyone. It 100% encourages the opposition.
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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by tuffers » Wed Jan 11, 2017 2:51 pm

No more herO's wrote:
tuffers wrote:
No more herO's wrote:
tuffers wrote:
ChingfordRed wrote:By all means, criticise when it's warranted, it has been for pretty much two and a half years, but actually standing there and booing in their direction, what is that meant to achieve?

People who boo are just laughed at and rightly so.



If you boo someone you think he is a bit Sh*te at the moment as in lacking effort
The Boo allows the player the chance to respond by improving his effort &
therfore sticking 2 fingers up at your boo .

I've been booing on & off for far longer than 2 & 1/2 years .

In that time i have found it seems to work .


Yeah, we e been world beaters since youve started booing.....



World beaters since we have been cheering them on & giving encouragement to .


You are 1 of the sharp ones arent you :D


Im not sure that using the 'cheering' and 'encouragement' of our home support does your argument any favours. Ive been going since 1979 and all I remember it being almost exclusively quiet and vaguely embarassing. I now favour away games for precisly these reasons. Theres been plenty of booing ovr the years and I dont remember it improving the atmosphere for anyone. It 100% encourages the opposition.




Only 79 ?
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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by tuffers » Wed Jan 11, 2017 2:52 pm

ChingfordRed wrote::lol: :lol: :lol:



You asked for an example you got one .
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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by ChingfordRed » Wed Jan 11, 2017 2:59 pm

So Droylsden collapsing was all to do with Orient fans booing and getting their team going?

It was Droylsden FFS!!

Their star player five stone overweight.
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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by tuffers » Wed Jan 11, 2017 9:04 pm

No it simply meant players knuckled down.

We didnt equalise until the 93rd minute ( injury time ) .

Extra time was the slaughtering .
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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by ChingfordRed » Wed Jan 11, 2017 9:07 pm

Nothing to do with the fact that Orient obviously had better footballers than them, far, far superior fitness levels, far better coaching and management, and Droylsden were down to ten men.

Gotcha.
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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by matador » Wed Jan 11, 2017 9:49 pm

It is about time the players got a good booing.
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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by Nice Username » Thu Jan 12, 2017 7:52 pm

ChingfordRed wrote:Nothing to do with the fact that Orient obviously had better footballers than them, far, far superior fitness levels, far better coaching and management, and Droylsden were down to ten men.

Gotcha.


I was at that match, and none of this is true.
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Re: The Art of Booing

PostPosted by tuffers » Thu Jan 12, 2017 8:09 pm

Nice Username wrote:
ChingfordRed wrote:Nothing to do with the fact that Orient obviously had better footballers than them, far, far superior fitness levels, far better coaching and management, and Droylsden were down to ten men.

Gotcha.


I was at that match, and none of this is true.


We Equalised with virtually the last kick of the game .
was the reason we went on to win 8-2 .

Think they had there 2nd player sent off in the 1st period of injury time & we had lost forbes & Chorley
before full time .

Still CR knows best .

Mpoku coming on as sub saved us in that game .
Had he not come on we wouldnt have got to extra time !!
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