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Gazza 13

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Before I start I wanna clarify that I am going to try and get to a few more games in Bay 16 so I don't wanna sound like one of those blokes who tell the whole active support what to do and stuff when they aren't involved in it at all, so I just wanted to clear that up.

Anyways, what I was thinking was for only big games, for example, in the upcoming F3 Derby the Yellow Army has a pregame march to the stadium, say about an hour or so before kick-off to show how good our active support really is. Just an idea that's actually in our control to make matchdays better for the Mariners.

Thoughts on this?
 

Charlie1

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Hey guys my son knows the drummer max and he is actually trying to arrange a March for the f3 derby. Going from drifters wharf under the bridge to the main gates. I’ll update with more details later. Please spread the word. It would be great to see the older yellow army and the younger guys combined and get a big turnout.
 

Gazza 13

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Hey guys my son knows the drummer max and he is actually trying to arrange a March for the f3 derby. Going from drifters wharf under the bridge to the main gates. I’ll update with more details later. Please spread the word. It would be great to see the older yellow army and the younger guys combined and get a big turnout.
This would be incredible. Show the scummers who has the better fans
 

priorpeter

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Playing devil’s advocate as someone who’s organised and led a bunch of marches over the years, a march for the derby is a bad idea for many reasons, unless you’re getting 150+ people (which, from what I’ve been told so far, is miles apart from where we’re at). Jets will be doing their own march and will have comfortably over 100. But I’m not one to stop it!

I will say this - going to the main gates from that direction has the potential to end in f**king disaster. If it’s going to go from drifters, just go in the gates near the bridge. I would also hope that it’s been probably cleared with cops etc.
 
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Charlie1

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Playing devil’s advocate as someone who’s organised and led a bunch of marches over the years, a march for the derby is a bad idea for many reasons, unless you’re getting 150+ people (which, from what I’ve been told so far, is miles apart from where we’re at). Jets will be doing their own march and will have comfortably over 100. But I’m not one to stop it!

I will say this - going to the main gates from that direction has the potential to end in f**king disaster. If it’s going to go from drifters, just go in the gates near the bridge. I would also hope that it’s been probably cleared with cops etc.
Cheers for the advice Pete I’ll let them know.
I love there enthusiasm and there just trying to get the bay back to where it was back in the day. Un like other attempts from younger ones these boys are willing to learn and work with the older and original boys.
 

Josho Howe

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Plenty of English clubs do the do wah diddy diddy chant. Should try and get it done here. Fits well with Cummings.

There he was just a waltzing round the pitch
Singing do wah diddy diddy dum diddy do
Runnin past the bastards scoring 1 or 2
Looks good looks good
Looks fine looks fine
Jason Cummings on my mind, he's the Mariners no.9
Do do do do do do do

Burnley example:

 

priorpeter

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