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Cheerleaders/leading.

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  • I got some off a cheerleader once at Uni.
  • Nope dont get it at all...

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  • Does anyone get it?

    Luckily being british I have no reason to 'get it'
  • Nope dont get it at all...

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    Okay apart from that.

    But otherwise what's the point, I can't believe it motivates the team.

    Wasn't there talk of us introducing them at the Valley?
  • Nope dont get it at all...

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    Okay apart from that.

    But otherwise what's the point, I can't believe it motivates the team.

    Wasn't there talk of us introducing them at the Valley?
    There were a few outside The Valley a few seasons ago handing promo stuff and they were very pretty (and intelligent young women (as they were from Greenwich Uni)).
  • Not always sexy.......unless you are a weirdo.
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  • Nope dont get it at all...

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    I'd be deeply offended if my wife happened to be at a game, but on the other hand if with my drink fuelled friends I'd join in with what jolly ditties they come up with, probably.
  • I was dating a Crystal for a bit last year, had to end it after the 4-1 cup defeat
  • Nope dont get it at all...

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    Okay apart from that.

    But otherwise what's the point, I can't believe it motivates the team.

    Wasn't there talk of us introducing them at the Valley?
    I think they are supposed to motivate the crowd, not the team. The clue is in the name Cheerleaders.
  • cfgs said:

    Nope dont get it at all...

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    Okay apart from that.

    But otherwise what's the point, I can't believe it motivates the team.

    Wasn't there talk of us introducing them at the Valley?
    There were a few outside The Valley a few seasons ago handing promo stuff and they were very pretty (and intelligent young women (as they were from Greenwich Uni)).
    UoG doesn't make you intelligent. 2 D's and a swimming badge as we sing to them whenever we play them at sport.
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  • Suspect it might work in a happy flappy atmosphere where fans have no tradition of thinking for themselves. English football with its cynicism and long history is another matter though.
  • edited April 18

    Nope dont get it at all...

    image

    Okay apart from that.

    But otherwise what's the point, I can't believe it motivates the team.

    Wasn't there talk of us introducing them at the Valley?
    I think they are supposed to motivate the crowd, not the team. The clue is in the name Cheerleaders.
  • Nope dont get it at all...

    image

    Okay apart from that.

    But otherwise what's the point, I can't believe it motivates the team.

    Wasn't there talk of us introducing them at the Valley?
    I think they are supposed to motivate the crowd, not the team. The clue is in the name Cheerleaders.
  • Why are the above posts only showing a portion of what I posted?
  • Stig said:

    Suspect it might work in a happy flappy atmosphere where fans have no tradition of thinking for themselves. English football with its cynicism and long history is another matter though.

    True, been to a few baseball games and the only chants I heard were 'let's go (insert team name)".

    No topical chanting or traditional songs.

  • edited April 18

    cfgs said:

    Nope dont get it at all...

    image

    Okay apart from that.

    But otherwise what's the point, I can't believe it motivates the team.

    Wasn't there talk of us introducing them at the Valley?
    There were a few outside The Valley a few seasons ago handing promo stuff and they were very pretty (and intelligent young women (as they were from Greenwich Uni)).
    UoG doesn't make you intelligent. 2 D's and a swimming badge as we sing to them whenever we play them at sport.
    On a par with "your dad works for my dad", which we sang to the plebs at Kent back in the 90's ;-)
  • Nope dont get it at all...

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    Drop me bacon sarnie......
  • iaitch said:

    Stig said:

    Suspect it might work in a happy flappy atmosphere where fans have no tradition of thinking for themselves. English football with its cynicism and long history is another matter though.

    True, been to a few baseball games and the only chants I heard were 'let's go (insert team name)".

    No topical chanting or traditional songs.

    Plebs at Kent? How dare you! :p
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