Maybe no coaches, but crowd involvement may make some sort of middle ground. That way, there's not really one specific person a player can listen to, but the player has to distinguish the different voices in the crowd, which is considerably hard to do. This could be a stupid idea, so let me know if there's something better out there.
By the way, when you see a vagina, your whole world will change. --Thunderstick
wow. your argument has more holes than the failed condom that resulted in your birth. --MaLfUnCtIoN3
Thats what you get at a major event. I believe all Cfoa and Psp 5 mans are spectator participation. It's essentially a part of the game. You have to learn who to listen to and who not to. The teams who can do that will succeed at the event.
we prob. will vote on it on here and call all the captains of last year and ask them and then make a decision or we will vote on it at the captains meeting at the tournment. i will start a thread for the voting.....
i personally like the idea. simply because its more fun for the crowd. more intense. this makes the sport more appealing to new players and new people. there arent to many boreing games when you have crowd participation.
it just sucks when you bring someone to an event for the first time and they dont have fun. this is a way to get them more interested in our sport and help it grow imo.