Maybe they'll be some rainbow flags for everyone to wave on Saturday.I'm not sure where to start frankly. Just seems extremely tone deaf. And the fact that someone thought this would be a great idea just kinda feeds into the disconnect theory.
and whoever at the club who thought that video was a great idea wants their arse booted.
Absolutely.I think you could add into that, that we do have a certain amount of fans that can be a teensy bit "oversensitive".
At the end of the day though, football isn't some kind of divine right, if you can't afford to go, don't go, it's that simple.Absolutely.
I accepted a long time ago that Norwich will always be a yoyo team at best unless we come into some scandalous amounts of money. If we score a goal I will cheer it, if we get promoted I will celebrate it. If we lose a match I'll shrug it off and basically I shrug off relegation too.
What I would hope to see is a little bit of humility from the club. It costs a lot to go to matches and follow your team. Against the backdrop of the cost of living crisis and the difficulties many people face it would be nice if the club could just say "Thanks very much for your support, we are all grateful for it" and leave it there.
Mr Richens might be right that ticket prices are justified because they get sold but there will be some people who may well have to sacrifice football in favour of putting food on the table and heating their home.
And I guess for people that are putting their pounds and pennies into season tickets they would like to be rewarded with a decent game of football from their team. The players haven't got to worry, they are going home in their Range Rovers to their plush homes.
My team and I don't need a round of applause to do our jobs well.