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62tucker

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Confidence.
How will player react to playing behind closed doors.
could we see some strange results?
Could a player short on confidence and a bit scared of the crowd getting on his back suddenly become a world beater. I thinks of Newcastle’s joelinton.
A lot says he’s class in training.
Also the flair players who love the crowds and perform for them. Could they suffer and not be as good without the atmosphere of a crowd.
Be interesting
 

gingert76

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shouldnt make any difference, they grew up playing in front of no one or small crowds and they are professionals so shouldnt make any difference at all and people are still watching on TV! so its just a virtual crowd which will always be bigger than a stadium crowd anyway
 

H T B

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shouldnt make any difference, they grew up playing in front of no one or small crowds and they are professionals so shouldnt make any difference at all and people are still watching on TV! so its just a virtual crowd which will always be bigger than a stadium crowd anyway
When away supporters start singing "Your wife is a slag" to Jamie Vardy, it puts a spring in his step, and he goes on to score [a goal].
May have to get it piped over the tannoy if he is playing under par ;)
 

davylad

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Sorry ginger it does makes a difference, look at the results in the German league. There's been a lot more success than usual, from the visiting teams.
 

Northantslad

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Think it could have a bearing, on lack of home advantages, but also no crowds on the refs back which could be interesting.
 
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