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The Togo striker said after the home defeat to Stoke at the weekend that it would be better if the club played away from home due to the negative atmosphere created by home supporters.
TOP COMMENT David Legg said: "The negative atmosphere surrounding the club has got to affect player attitudes.
I feel sorry for the spokesman's words, as [they] bring about a very negative atmosphere.
Even though the troops were still on Russian soil, they created a negative atmosphere, he noted.
It requires nerves of steel to continue to work under such negative atmosphere.
In evidence, Dmitrichenko blamed Filin for the negative atmosphere in the theatre and cited several incidents in which troupe members were driven to tears.
He warned officials and the general public against breaking the public on alcohol, reminding them of his over order banning idleness, which he said created and a negative atmosphere.
I believe that sometimes Gervinho has lost confidence because he played in a very negative atmosphere during a period.