Prime Time Zone, Sports: For cricketers .. It is common for cricket teams to have fans. While Sachin Tendulkar was playing, a fan named Sudhir painted all the colors and wrote Sachin’s name on the dung and waved the tricolor flag. Even after Sachin retired, he wrote ‘Miss You Sachin’ and watched every match. Wherever the match took place, Orchi would go to the stadium for expenses. After that Dhoni also became a fan.
But to whom are they all .. But what if tens of thousands of fans flock to the stadium to support a team? What country in the world does their team play in if it flies there? The answer is yes. The same ‘Burmese Army’. The ‘Burmese Army’ is a group of England fans who flock to wherever the England team plays in the world. It is unbelievable that the Burmese Army, which started out as a simple fan group, has now become a limited company. And that Army Kathento needs to know.
England team is mad ..
Some England fans traveled to Australia to watch the 1994-35 season Ashes. A team led by Paul Burham went there to make noise in Australian stadiums. They score the same goal regardless of match wins. The Australian media dubbed them the ‘Burmese Army’. In a dialect of English, ‘Burmese’ means passionate love or madness. Paul Burham bought a 50 t-shirt and wrote ‘Authors Burmese Army’ as the Australian media referred to them as the Burmese Army. Atherton was then England captain. From then on, the band wore the T-shirts of the Burmese Army wherever they went.
The Burmese Army craze spread throughout the world, not just in England and Australia, as it became widely known in the media. Many England fans are coming to join the army. Paul Burham founded a company called the Burmese Army. The company manages to take fans on a tour package for the tour wherever the England team goes. Arranging tickets, travel and accommodation for them. The founders say its goal is to unite England fans under the Burmese Army name, not for profit. Apart from the members of this Army, others are also wearing Burmese Army T-shirts and making noise in the stadiums.
Noise in Chepauk ..
Fans were not allowed to play a single match for England due to the Corona epidemic. The Pakistan-West Indies series in England .. The tour of Sri Lanka also featured matches without fans. However, spectators were allowed in the second Test in Chennai a year later. Along with Team India fans, the Burmese Army also made a fuss. They traveled thousands of kilometers for their favorite cricket team. They say most Burmese Army members were unable to attend this time due to corona regulations. However, nowhere else has a group that admires a cricket team become so popular. A few more armies were born in the spirit of the Burmese Army. But no army has been able to stand before their popularity.
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