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Re: foul language - is it necessary ?

By mickeygee (legacy user)8/7/2014 08:45Tue Jul 8 08:45:12 2014In response to Re: foul language - is it necessary ?

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It seems that some supporters actually prefer the freedom to shout obsenities than to watch Hendon playing at home !
That's sad. I hope they will reconsider. Do they all swear loudly at home, in front of family ?

If the Board ensures good publicity for their strict 'family friendly' initiative in the local press, radio etc. it is to be hoped that the stay-away dissidents will be more than replaced by new supporters, brought along by by their parents/guardians.

A few seasons back I took a potential sponsor to games at Aylesbury and Slough but they quickly ruled out linking their product with both clubs after they heard the foul language from the crowd, certain players -and the management on the bench !! Handled well, the no-swearing rule, if supported by all at Hendon, could attract new sponsorship interest.
It's worth a try - it will be interesting to see if attendances rise or fall this coming season.

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