Anyone who's been to an Arsenal game knows that when things are going good, the atmosphere is incredible. However, when things turn stale, like they did against Swansea, you can hear a pin drop inside the Emirates Stadium.
Like 60,000 other people, I had the misfortune of sitting through the home fixture against Garry Monk's side, in which Swans forward Bafetimbi Gomis scored the only goal of the game near the death.
I was sat right at the top of the Clock End and, although I wasn't expecting it to be quite as atmospheric as the fantastic block 6, I was stunned at how reluctant fans were to get behind their team.
Apart from the one drunk man a few rows away, the atmosphere was dire. But I can't say I've been to many home games where the atmosphere has been electric, certainly not at the new stadium anyway.
Something has needed to be done about this for quite some time, and thanks to a REDaction campaign, we may see a move vibrant Emirates Stadium next season.
The Arsenal fan group has urged Gunners fans to relocate when they renew their season tickets. REDaction believe that fans who no longer want to be as active as they perhaps once were, should relocate out of block 6, which is where there is a great atmosphere.
They want "young blood" in Arsenal's small singing section, located directly opposite the away fans. This will certainly help fans all over the stadium grow more confident in singing louder, and could be the 12th man that Arsenal need.
Against Swansea, Arsenal certainly needed the fans at their loudest, and that could have pushed them in to the next gear. It could prove vital if Arsenal want a genuine title push and European run next season.
Would you be willing to move seat to improve your clubs atmosphere? Let us know in the comments!