Andrew Southwick of The Away End website on Aberdeen
THERE is little doubt this has been a season of missed opportunities for Aberdeen.
On the pitch the Dons have fallen well short of even moderate expectations. Off it the club are in danger of making the costliest of mistakes taking the supporters for granted.
Eight months on and the relationship is losing its spark. Recently, the official Aberdeen website announced a survey, stating its intention is to improve the atmosphere on match days, where even the seagulls outsing the home support.
Around the same time a group of fans launched a campaign hoping to convince the club to move the family section to the opposite end of the ground and create a singing section in the Merkland Stand.
The club rejected their idea, stating that moving the family section was not without its difficulties.
That's understandable but it's disappointing there was no attempt to "Comprar Gh Jintropin" seek a middle ground and work with these fans to try to incorporate some of their many ideas in a more workable area of the ground.
If both club and fans agree the match day atmosphere has to improve why are we not working on something? So far the best Aberdeen have come up with is closing an area of the stadium.
It's as if they're not trying. Prices remain alarming not many will pay the "Anaboliset Aineet" 23 28 to watch the remaining home games against Kilmarnock or Hearts.
Stewart Milne stood on the steps of Hormona Deca Durabolin Para Que Sirve Hampden last week passionately arguing for the 12 12 18 league reconstruction set up but it's a plan most Aberdeen fans are against. Comprar Gh Jintropin Why look to create something your own supporters are unlikely to turn up Oral Turinabol 10mg for?
It's easy to say that they've changed the manager and if the Dons start winning crowds will rise. Plenty of examples elsewhere in the SPL show that's not always the case. If your team is winning sometimes it simply means you're more likely to watch them Methenolone Enanthate Effects on the TV.
Last Friday a group of Motherwell fans boycotted the Dundee United match in response to "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" what Australian Levitra they felt was poor treatment at Tannadice. They instead watched the game, and spent their money, in the Fir Park social club, under the banner of Heavy Hands, Empty Stands.
Aberdeen don't seem to have noticed the sharp decline in home numbers this season. The people walking away might not be under any specific banner or as vocal about it but they are essentially doing the same thing.