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The February edition of FourFourTwo Magazine has an article where the writer travels to BP with a group of Luton fans, for the match in December. As you would expect, it mentions the weather!

 

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"Close up, Boundary Park looks bleak and forbidding, vaguely Blade Runner-ish"

 

"From the back of the Rochdale Road Stand, Boundary Park looks like a chaotic Meccano Experiment"

 

"Someone has brought a bass drum and the early stuff is played out to "bong, bong,bong, Oldham!""

 

"Under the lights, with the skyline twinkling in the distance below us, it all looks quite magical"

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Does it suggest the home fans should be in the Rochdale Road End? :wink:

 

PS If the guy writing, sat in the RRE, can hear the "bong, bong,bong, Oldham!"....why can't those in the Lookers or Main Stand???.....hmmmmm.....veeeeeeeerrrryyyyy strange! :grin:

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The February edition of FourFourTwo Magazine has an article where the writer travels to BP with a group of Luton fans, for the match in December. As you would expect, it mentions the weather!

 

Selected quotes:

 

"From the back of the Rochdale Road Stand, Boundary Park looks like a chaotic Meccano Experiment"

The cheeky :censored:'s, like Kenilworth Road is the paragon of modern football stadia. One side of the ground looks like an advert for Safestyle UK!

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Does it suggest the home fans should be in the Rochdale Road End? :wink:

 

PS If the guy writing, sat in the RRE, can hear the "bong, bong,bong, Oldham!"....why can't those in the Lookers or Main Stand???.....hmmmmm.....veeeeeeeerrrryyyyy strange! :grin:

 

 

no one says they cant hear you you can just about hear you the chaddy end is terd!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

home fans in the rre then we will hear you alot more

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That's about as near to a perfect beat as he has ever got. Maybe a slightly longer gap between the first and second "bong" but near enough.

 

That's craaazeee talk.

 

It goes

 

bong, bong, bong, bong, Olbong, dhabong, mbong, bong, bong, !bong,...

 

or

 

 

OH, when the Bbong, bong, bong, bong, bong, bong, bong, bong, bong, bong, bong, bong,...

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