I have been to four 'proper' football matches in my time. Chippenham FC back when the football was leather and the ground wet and muddy. Briftol Rovers V Exeter on a Boxing day at a pitch with a speedway/dog track around the outside, some game in Chile and Man City v someone - for which I got free tickets - back when City didn't win much and I worked over the road.
I didn't really enjoy any of the games - but the crowds were fascinating. In Chile the TV reporters went onto the field to get a few words from a player if he fell over near the edge of the pitch. At Man City some chaps in the stand spent ages berating some player fella - until he scored, then he was the best thing since sliced bread [which I really don't like as it happens].
But I'm keen to get a few snaps of the milieu as it were. The 'crowds' as the react to the play. I must do that sometime. It came to my mind after snapping up Internationale Carloway ground the other day.
See, I love the work of one Cyrille Rabilliard like this one from a horse race. I might just go along one day.
In the meantime, here is a snap of sheeps. That's what they look like. Well, this one anyway.