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« Reply #645 on: Sunday, February 21, 2021, 17:06:48 »

My 3 kids regularly attend games home and away with me.  However, they haven't watched one game on ifollow.  I am slightly concerned that they will have little appetite for anything STFC related once we can return to live football.
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« Reply #646 on: Sunday, February 21, 2021, 17:09:00 »

My 3 kids regularly attend games home and away with me.  However, they haven't watched one game on ifollow.  I am slightly concerned that they will have little appetite for anything STFC related once we can return to live football.

That's my point under the current regime we're not likely to increase our fanbase more the opposite which can't be good for the future of the club.leaving us with a similar hardcore fanbase to the 70's
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« Reply #647 on: Sunday, February 21, 2021, 17:16:33 »

That's my point under the current regime we're not likely to increase our fanbase more the opposite which can't be good for the future of the club.leaving us with a similar hardcore fanbase to the 70's

I think that the problem is that lower league football has to be enjoyed in a live setting. It doesn't always work well on the small screen.  Also, going to the football is a habit. Once the habit has been lost, I wonder whether a proportion of younger (or Indeed, any) supporters will necessarily be arsed to go back.
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« Reply #648 on: Sunday, February 21, 2021, 17:23:53 »

I think that the problem is that lower league football has to be enjoyed in a live setting. It doesn't always work well on the small screen.  Also, going to the football is a habit. Once the habit has been lost, I wonder whether a proportion of younger (or Indeed, any) supporters will necessarily be arsed to go back.

Good points plus money has become tight for many and there's so many other things to spend disposable income on
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