Philadelphia, PA - Union supporter Brandt Jacobs acknowledged that he is a shy individual at games who rarely sings, but he remains prepared to passive-aggressively goad other individuals into being loud as he prepares for upcoming Union games.
"I tend to complain about other people not being loud enough without actually being loud myself," stated Jacobs to The Nutmeg News. "I'm just always so damn paranoid about being too loud and having people stare at me. I'm very self conscious about how I look and sound at a game. Despite everyone else being involved in watching the game, I always feel like someone is watching me which prevents me from participating at all due to my crushing self-awareness. However, that isn't going to stop me from calling other people out, online, for not being loud enough at the game."
Jacobs took to his account in preparation of the upcoming pre-season games and the regular season to indicate that people need to get loud in the River End, except for him.
"Get LOUD. SING PROUD," tweeted Jacobs despite having no intention of doing so himself. "It's time to make the River End a LOUD place again. We need more people involved."
The Nutmeg News will have more on this as Jacobs admits that he doesn't even know all the lyrics to all the SOB songs.