Did you boo on Saturday?
Posted on the forum, Bascogs asks what was responsible for Luke Moore's improved performance.
The arrival of Luke Moore 20 minutes from time on Saturday was met with boos from a small section of the home fans, countered by chants of encouragement from many others.
As a result of one, or both of these acts, Moore gave possibly the best display of skill that we have seen from him to date.
So do we criticise or praise?
Would it improve things in our next game if we boo or chant at a certain members of our back five as they are announced ?
(Or would it backfire? Just look at John Terry - Ed)
Ishmael Miller responded by admitting he was 'disgusted` by Luke Moore`s hecklers. Though that's perhaps a bit strong.
Miller revealed that the small minority booing personally affected Moore.
He told the Birmingham Mail: "To be honest - and I know it was only a minority - I thought it was disgusting. It`s one of my team-mates, a friend. He`s being giving his all for the cause."
Well he certainly seemed fired up on Saturday.
So the question is:
Booing - psychological motivational tactic or childish banter?
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