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Your honest opinion: will the Panthers move?

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Terrible that we have to talk about this but we do.

What are your thoughts? Honest opinion on it

We don't have to talk about it. You brought it up. You'd have to be seriously fuging retarded to think the Panthers are moving

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Possible but unlikely.

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Whatever dude you know our stadium is pathetic. Keep playing the antagonist if you must but our home venue is a joke.

past years like 2003 2005 and 2008 where the team has been worth a damn I recall the stadium atmosphere being pretty good.

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Bet if the product improved on the field you would see a difference.

You blame the fans but no amount if cheering is going to turn us into a 13 win team year in and out.

State is mediocre but Carter-Finley rocks. 50% of our fans that care enough to show up are pitiful. And if we are winning a game late they leave early as fug. I have been to so many pro sports venues that I can't even try to list them right now. The only place that sucks worse on the level of BofA is the Jags venue.

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past years like 2003 2005 and 2008 where the team has been worth a damn I recall the stadium atmosphere being pretty good.

2005. I think it was a Sunday night against the Bucs if I recall? The stadium emptied out at halftime and we were a good team. 2008 against the Saints, we only had 2 losses maybe? I bought some lower bowl seats from Cosmogirl and I have a picture hanging in my office that shows me and my buddy standing and yelling on defense and the entire section around us is seated with blank stares. My PSLs are in 529 and that section is decent but I'm sorry, NO OTHER VENUE in the NFL, hell, in pro sports, gets overrun by opposition fans like BofA. Charlotte pro sports fans are pretty pathetic and that's a damn fact.

And if y'all don't think that effects the way our team plays you are mistaken.

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SCP, if JR didn't throw fans out of BofA for standing and cheering for the home team you think BofA could be a true home field? Seems every home game you have someone post up a thread on here how they got hassled by Richardson's gestapo for making noise.

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SCP, if JR didn't throw fans out of BofA for standing and cheering for the home team you think BofA could be a true home field? Seems every home game you have someone post up a thread on here how they got hassled by Richardson's gestapo for making noise.

No. It's not the policy. Every stadium has that same text so and so for fan conduct policy. The problem with BofA and our fans is:

A. PSLs- there are so many purchased PSL tickets going unused and resold to opposing fans or fans that have no passion for the team (I.e. a dude from Buffalo tht has nothing better to do on Sunday than go watch a Panther/Buc game)

B. this town is full of transplants that outbid Panther fans for tickets. Just wait until this year with the Pats, Jets, and Giants coming. It's gonna be awful.

C. Charlotte is the worst bandwagon city I have ever lived in. Steelers, Cowboys, Broncos. 9ers, Skins. You name it we've got thousands of bandwagon fans that seem to take joy in rooting against the home team. Again, I have been to countless pro and college venues and none compare to BofA.

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I don't know. I have it on good authority next season Richardson will have attendants for crowd control like you see at PGA Tournaments demanding complete silence at the snap of every ball. cimb-asia-pacific-2011-queit.jpg

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2005. I think it was a Sunday night against the Bucs if I recall? The stadium emptied out at halftime and we were a good team. 2008 against the Saints, we only had 2 losses maybe? I bought some lower bowl seats from Cosmogirl and I have a picture hanging in my office that shows me and my buddy standing and yelling on defense and the entire section around us is seated with blank stares. My PSLs are in 529 and that section is decent but I'm sorry, NO OTHER VENUE in the NFL, hell, in pro sports, gets overrun by opposition fans like BofA. Charlotte pro sports fans are pretty pathetic and that's a damn fact.

And if y'all don't think that effects the way our team plays you are mistaken.

True fuging that.

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