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Fan-cheering choreography is something that needs to evolve beyond jumping around with your arms up and the occasional Mexican wave. In fact, we should do away with bland and unimaginative terrace shenanigans altogether by paving the way for a more exciting match-day conduct. We shall start this dancing revolution at Headingley and then itíll spread like wildfire to stadiums across the globe as fans embrace a better way of supporting their teams. This will be the biggest fad of 2012.
Leeds Rhinos have a player nicknamed ĎFroggerí but we donít jump around like frogs when he scores a try or does something devastating on the pitch. It would be a sight to saviour if the whole South Stand transformed into a colony of frogs when Brett Delany does something special on the pitch. This one might be a bit dangerous though and a pot-bellied bloke in his mid-forties trying to leap around like a frog might just distract us from watching the game.
When Rob Burrow scores a try then we should get down on his level and celebrate.
When Brent Webb is a try scorer we should all do Superman poses.
When Kylie Leuluai causes some devastation on the pitch we should all do Hulk poses.
Iím sure weíll come up with more as the season goes on.
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