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Red Army Loud & Proud Returns For 2008/09

Red Army Loud  & Proud Returns For 2008/09

A familiar theme will be returning for the 2008/09 Swindon Town League One season as Red Army Loud & Proud prepares to improve the atmosphere at the County Ground once again.

During the 2005/06 League One relegation season, Loud & Proud lead by Rob Tuck, helped improve the atmosphere at games by providing streamers, banners, flags and balloons to encourage fans to rally behind the team.

The aim of Loud & Proud had been to improve the atmosphere at games and with the 6,000 ticket incentive coming out from the club, some of the old guys from L&P have decided to get together one last time to try and improve the atmosphere on matchdays.

Loud & Proud have a 12th man flag which will once again surf the crowd. Their biggest effort came at Yeovil as Red and White table cloths were used as well as streamers in the biggest display of the season.

Due to the takeover and many politics, Loud & Proud as it was died out but it will rise from the ashes this season and look to work with all fans taking on any ideas they have.

Loud & Proud`s plans are still being put in place for the 2008/09 season but there will be a mixture of some old favourites as well as some new ideas to try and generate an atmosphere at the County Ground.

Loud & Proud will aim to work with all fans groups as well as the club to ensure that fans have as much fun as possible leading up to kick off and throughout the game.

For more information on Red Army Loud & Proud please visit their website at http://www.redarmyloudnproud.org.uk




Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Wednesday May 14 2008
Time: 10:53AM

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