I fully agree about the support being poor / quiet during most of the game which makes no sense when we consider how well the team is doing and the performances that the players are turning in. Our away support is brilliant by contrast. Other posters have mentioned encouraging younger fans to attend, which I'm all for, but not sure that is the answer. I sit in the Paxton end and around me its pockets of mostly older guys (late 50s / early 60s) that seem to be trying to get chants going.The atmosphere has been noticeably worse this season. There has been a dramatic difference. Maybe it is the ballot system. Today was god awful as was Watford. Fortunately the Bournemouth fans were pretty poor as well so we were not shown up (I am aware 4-0 makes it difficult for them). People blame the family stand and the west stand all the time but the Park Lane does fuck all most of the time. I actually think having more seats available will improve things.
Right now I think we have one of the worst home atmospheres in the league. I love going to WHL but I have been embarrassed recently. I look at the away fans and wonder what on earth they must think. We are flying in the league, playing the best football in my lifetime yet the stadium is dead silent and when we do chant it is unoriginal dross.