Before I say anything, I think wires have been crossed. Text doesn't really do the best at conveying what someone is thinking. When I said 'embarassing' I mean't it that for a moment (among my Spuds mates) I personally felt a bit embarrassed. I did not mean that the match goers were generally embarassing with their support. It's a fine line maybe, but an important one I feel, as I mean't no offence to anyone at all.
The reason I was so interested in this group, being an OOT and unable to be a regular, is that when I do get to games, the only tickets available are generally in the Main Stand or Annie Road, as a lot of other OOTs seem to find. So when in these sections I know how much more likely it is that any songs I try and start will fall on their arse. However, if there was some kind of visual cue like I said in the initial thread, I think it would be helpful.
As for the being excluded (and please bear with me as this is difficult to put into words) I understand how this needs to be for regular match goers, but words like Obviously people who come a few times a season can join in that would be the aim. But you wouldn't really be a part of the group if you came up twice a season or something.
don't make me feel very included, if you get what I mean.
Yeah, regulars can do more than I can, no question, but I wanted to feel more a part of it than just someone who joins in.
I'm not really finding the words to articulate a feeling here, so please try and understand that anything I've written is mean't to be constructive.