Some of it might be repetitive. Some of it might be boring. It isn't for you, it isn't about us.
It is about establishing a presence in the stadium the players can feel.
Increasing the complexity, and originality of songs and chants is a project with sights set squarely on 2026, however, it will take time.
Covid stopped us in our tracks for holding events across the country for teaching people new songs. FB doesn't work, YouTube doesn't work, song sheets don't work. We will have a new approach when events are back on track.
For now, boring is loud. Loud is felt.
What To Wear
Post game there was a lot of discussion about who was wearing what.
People can wear whatever they want. If they are in the stadium, they are your fellow supporters and that matters more than anything.
It is also possible to undertake the project of painting the stands red while simultaneously not being a jerk to anyone. It is the goal of every team in every sport to wear the team's colours in the stands. This is not the same as demanding anything of people or making something required. It is a goal, and a totally reasonable one at that.
There is a level on which this matters to the players and what they see around them. Clearly walking into the stadium when El Salvador fans were the first into the stadium (they were there at 4pm) had an impact on our players as they themselves stated.
So get to the stadium early, wear red if you can, but most importantly support each other so we can support the team on the field. It is the reason we are there.