I have noticed now that in the three 'Big Team' home games (Man Utd, Spurs and Chelsea), the atmosphere has been different to all the other games. When the crowd is excited it is still loud, but there are lots more quiet periods than in all the other games. The drum beats the same, the football is the same (in some cases better), and we're comfortably competing with the top teams in the league, which you would think would make the crowd extra loud. I can only conclude that there are lots of 'plastic' supporters getting tickets for the big games, so they can see their heroes off Match of the Day. I realise that this subject has been done to death, because it is really about the ticket allocation system, and there's not a lot we can do about that till next season. Therefore I am guessing it will be the same for the Man City game. The reason I am posting this, is that at full time I heard several hundred boos from Swans fans. It is the first time I have heard this down the Liberty, and I don't believe any proper Swans fan would be booing after drawing with Chelsea. Only an absolute idiot would boo after coming so close to beating Chelsea, and even though I was delighted with the way we played and the fact we got a point, it left a sour taste in the mouth. Roll on the next 'Little Team'.