Still Considering Skipping Tomorrow?

The Railway Bear

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If anyone is not going they should use Seatsub and let someone else go in their place. I have just had a look online to see if any seats were available and there was none.
There are loads available, look again. Edited, not 'loads' but a lot of areas available including Bar72.
 

gorbalsbear

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We as a support turned up week after week after dropping points week after week, why would fans stop going now.

The people on social media after Wednesday night saying they won't be going are doing that for attention.
 

W S M R L

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Now that a bit more time has passed I was curious as to the consensus on this.

In the immediate aftermath of Wednesday and what it means for our chances of success this season, I saw a lot of people talking about giving the game tomorrow a miss. Through just being sickened, in the main.

Curious as to how many of those feel the same now.

Admittedly I’m struggling for belief re: the title this season. Big time.

But I’ll be there.
I’ll be there . Up the road from Weston-super-Mare to see the Rangers
 

Blastie Bear

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I couldn't make tomorrow before Wednesday night, but someone is taking my ticket....however if I was able to make the game, I would definitely be leaning towards patching the game.
 

blueman14

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I’ll be there.

It’s more of a choir feeling then excitement feeling though as we’ve totally bottled the league.
 

Shepchenko83

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Late Wednesday night/early Thursday morning I had absolutely no interest in going
But follow, follow, its what we do, I will be there

I am really hopeful for some changes to the team and really hoping Livingston don’t score first or atmosphere could be a wee bit bumpy
 

High Society

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Tht
Now that a bit more time has passed I was curious as to the consensus on this.

In the immediate aftermath of Wednesday and what it means for our chances of success this season, I saw a lot of people talking about giving the game tomorrow a miss. Through just being sickened, in the main.

Curious as to how many of those feel the same now.

Admittedly I’m struggling for belief re: the title this season. Big time.

But I’ll be there.
Our loyalty isn’t based on how successful we are. If Rangers are playing then true supporters will be there.
This is the same for all clubs, Arbroath Aberdeen or Alloa.
We choose our team and support it, end of
 

Mason Boyne

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I’ll be going , because that’s what I do.
In this corrupt country, I’m not as bothered as I used to be about whether we win.
I’m now conditioned to us not being allowed to win anything for the foreseeable future.
 

mrsjr1872

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Now that a bit more time has passed I was curious as to the consensus on this.

In the immediate aftermath of Wednesday and what it means for our chances of success this season, I saw a lot of people talking about giving the game tomorrow a miss. Through just being sickened, in the main.

Curious as to how many of those feel the same now.

Admittedly I’m struggling for belief re: the title this season. Big time.

But I’ll be there.
Always mate I sat through far worse times than this
 

jam33

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My daughter is missing her first home game of the tomorrow.

Very dissapointed that she's going out with her pals instead.

However, it means I can take my bird (no pics), and have a few pre match bevvies instead. Every cloud, eh?
 

It Is Old But Beautiful

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I always go, win, lose or draw.

Gerrard talking about the players having a weak mentality. A lot of the fans have a weak mentality also after looking at this.
I really think it'll be the younger fans still sticking by the team. No doubt they'll be a few folk not going tomorrow. I believe that people should realise that we as a club are still getting back to our level.

At the end of the day a "supporter" supports their team through thick and thin.
 

dougiem

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Now that a bit more time has passed I was curious as to the consensus on this.

In the immediate aftermath of Wednesday and what it means for our chances of success this season, I saw a lot of people talking about giving the game tomorrow a miss. Through just being sickened, in the main.

Curious as to how many of those feel the same now.

Admittedly I’m struggling for belief re: the title this season. Big time.

But I’ll be there.
get a grip it's Rangers ffs i will be going to watch my team
 

Loyal and True

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I really think it'll be the younger fans still sticking by the team. No doubt they'll be a few folk not going tomorrow. I believe that people should realise that we as a club are still getting back to our level.
Absolutely agree with this. People need to realise that we don't have the squads we used to. It's not going to help the players either, walking out empty seats at Ibrox.
 

Blueboo

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I will be going Saturday as there’s nothing to think about after Wednesday. We do what we do and follow the gers through thick and thin. Cmon the gers lets get back on track.
 

The Gospel Bear

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Nervous about how the team will cope tomorrow with a sat in Livingstone and a quiet / critical crowd. But I will be there hoping against hope for an Aberdeen win elsewhere!
 

Skoosh1872

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I’m flying back from holiday tonight and will be there.
Thought I could trust you lot to take care of results while I was gone but clearly not :rolleyes:
 

Gibbonbear

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Now that a bit more time has passed I was curious as to the consensus on this.

In the immediate aftermath of Wednesday and what it means for our chances of success this season, I saw a lot of people talking about giving the game tomorrow a miss. Through just being sickened, in the main.

Curious as to how many of those feel the same now.

Admittedly I’m struggling for belief re: the title this season. Big time.

But I’ll be there.
I will be there tomorrow even although like everyone else I am disappointed not just by Wednesday but every game that we have played since the Winter break for apart from the second half against Hibs we have come nowhere near the level of performance that we showed in December for instance and hopefully we can get back to the December levels again ,for let's remember these are the same players who won at parkhead , Easter road and Fir park.
So yes I will be there although one of my concerns is how the crowd reacts for although they are great when we are winning , they can give the players a hard time if they make a few early errors , so we need the team to be at their best and the crowd
 

blueman14

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My daughter is missing her first home game of the tomorrow.

Very dissapointed that she's going out with her pals instead.

However, it means I can take my bird (no pics), and have a few pre match bevvies instead. Every cloud, eh?
Might have to upgrade it if your daughter is a kids ST.

Just a heads up as they are taking people’s ST off them if they don’t.
 

MearnsUnionist

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20 of us in La Fiorentina before tomorrow's game, celebrating the 67th birthday of the oldest member of our regular home game group and then a wee party for him in the Grapes after the game.

There may be over 40 years between the youngest and the oldest in our group, but we'll all always be there every week, no matter what.

It's what supporting a team is all about.
 

chablue1

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i will be there but for the first time
this season i'm not so up for it,
february, storm coming, very little chance of winning league
we better score 3,4 or 5 goals tomorrow or
I can see the crowds dropping dramatically
 

MearnsUnionist

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I really think it'll be the younger fans still sticking by the team. No doubt they'll be a few folk not going tomorrow. I believe that people should realise that we as a club are still getting back to our level.

At the end of the day a "supporter" supports their team through thick and thin.

Don't think it's an age thing with who goes and who doesn't mate.

I know plenty of Bears in their 50s and 60s, in our supporters club, who've barely missed a game in years, domestically or in Europe.
 

bluetwo15

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the way this place exploded the other night with wingers was crazy, even after nightmare games I wouldn't dream of missing the next because I was in a "huff".
 

Shropshire_Bear

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I'm going. On the 10:09 train from Crewe. I'm hoping it's on time, this time, and not cancelled from Preston, as happened v Sheep 2 weeks ago.
 

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