My mate used to live in Florida, he watched Orlando in their first few seasons, he used to get all sorts of funny looks and comments when he launched all sorts of expletives during the game.
We were singing our version of the Red Flag in the 1960s.have to say I hate that chant.
Although could it get any worse than Chelsea ripping off the communist revolutionary song The Red Flag whilst changing the colour to blue, being owned by a billionaire American hedge fund, and being situated in the heart of the wealthiest place in the entire country? Not sure.
I feel like maybe we need a Rate That Chant thread for United chants to see what we all like and don't like. Video of people singing it, transcript of the words, explanation of the history, now go and rate it everybody.
I have been to hundreds of live events in the USA and never heard an attack chant. Not a thing we do here. You want good banter, college sports is where it's at (but it's generally not aggressive banter, more fun natured).I've watched the NBA for most of my life and I've never heard the attack chant. Might be something I didn't know was the attack chant...
Thank goodness NBC got it right with commentators , besides that cnut Arlo, who thankfully took the Saudi money and went to LIV.Listening to the matches on Peacock has been amazing. The American speaking commentators are all former players who have never done color play by play for a club.
Their ESPN counterparts are no better. NBC does it the best and I'm so glad they kept PL rights.
I've watched NHL on TV for years and often wondered why there's zero atmosphere in the arenas, then I went to a hockey game a few weeks back, in Philly of all places, and there's a pregame warning to not shout and swear. Which people seems to abide by. Everyone just sits in near silence, watching psychopaths on knife shoes smash into each other and fight, and they'll barely acknowledge anything except a goal.