¿Qué gritan los aficionados ingleses cuando marcan gol? En el cuarto capítulo de Andar y Contar, asistimos a un nuevo partido de la Championship entre el @officialqpr y el @avfcofficial. Conocemos el ambiente en los aledaños de uno de los estadios más bonitos de la segunda inglesa; el Loftus Road, y aunque no podamos disfrutar de la mítica leyenda John Terry por su lesión, sí podemos acceder hasta los banquillos gracias a la accesibilidad del fútbol inglés y disfrutar de un buen partido de fútbol de la @efl a ras de césped. ¡LINK DEL VÍDEO COMPLETO EN LA BIO! 😄 #london#championship#football#queensparkrangers#astonvilla#loftusroad
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M A J O R H U M P
So I attended the game Monday night against Brentford and yes, i was one of those fans who left early. Here is why:
- I travel over from Ireland to attend 8-10 games a season
- I pay for my own flights, hotel, tickets and expenses
- I sit in a cold outdated stadium with inadequate facilities to make any part of the experience enjoyable apart from the prospect of what happens on the pitch
- I arrive to each game full of excitement, hope and optimism.
So, if I see my team, a team with players earning my annual salary in little over a week, perform terribly in a local derby, get totally outclassed and out-bullied by little Brentford, I will 100% get up off my icy, plastic, claustrophobic seat in the middle of a cold bitter winters night and call those players and manager f***ing useless as I rapidly exit the stadium. After another shocking hoofball performance was masked by a ridiculously-fortunate finale, for Ian Holloway to tell those who left, including me, to stay at home next time.... Ian, I liked your appointment at the time. You seem like a nice, funny guy (I love your quotes, especially the one about hoping Ronaldo is hung like a hamster), you're passionate, and a qpr man. But you're getting paid a lot of money, likely 10 times the national average to be our manager and if we, as fans, believe you're not doing it effectively, we can shout what we want from the stands.
I've seen us pick up 3 points once in my past 19 visits to loftus road. I've spent thousands on flights and expenses to come over from Dublin to watch decent players play shocking clueless football .
As a customer paying for what is being delivered on the loftus road grass, if I don't like it, I will leave. But I will be back. Again and again. Because while I was raging with anger leaving the South Africa Road stand Monday night on 81 minutes, I will undoubtedly wake up Saturday morning with that annoying optimism that this will be our day.
So Ian, in closing, you're being paid to manage the team. Manage the team successfully and the fans will love you. Fail at your job, which you are currently doing, and, like in life, you'll get sacked in the morning