A little late, but I wanted to drop a thread about being at Landsdowne for the first time. I ended up getting great seats. 14 rows off the field right on the midfield line. Simply, amazing. O'Shea twisted his knee on the ball, just to my right. I was a bit disappointed at the atmosphere. The terraces were loud and singing constantly while the stands were fairly quiet. The stands chimed in with a few "boyz in green" chants, but thats about it. Maybe I used to the baseball and football games here in the US where everyone is roaring. The stands just didn't seem into it. If the whole the stadium was singing, by God the vistiors would have no chance. Even in the second half Mattie Holland was raising his arms to get the crowd going. 4 guys in the row behind me left with 20 minutes gone in the second half....WHAT? Did ye not know the game is played for at least 90 minutes? All in all a great time. I've never been so pumped at an event after seeing Duffer's goal. I'd be interested in hearing comments on my thoughts of the atmosphere. Is this typical for european games?