The much vaunted 1881 move seemingly went well. Leventhal reported in his new publication that a normie fan with his 'next generation of supporter' 5 year old nephew was verbally abused by a member of the 1881 when asked to sit down in the new section and ended up leaving at half time. The 1881 responded by saying the usual whenever they are called out, 'two sides to every story', 'we are used to this', basically washing their hands of the whole affair and blaming the non-1881s. What was most interesting about the article was the claim that of the 1,100 members of the 1881 (!), only 50 were able to move due to the evil Watford supporters fighting against a good atmosphere. Leventhal stated that those 50 that moved all felt unsafe in their new seats and moved back to their original seats amongst the 1,050. How did they do this? How were there 50 spare seats in the big section of the 1881? Do they all get 2 seats, is this the reason for all the empty ones? How long did the club spend on this laughable attempt to move supporters to facilitate the 'fan group'? Anyway, a few twitter fights broke out last night with various dads being accused of being '**** supporters' by 17 year olds who have a Watford themed Arsenal Fan TV knock off that gets about 200 views on YouTube. Another group said, '"we're Watford FC, we'll sit if we want'. A battle has begun for the fandom of Watford FC. Millennials vs the Dads. Pick your side.