49ers manager Kyle Shanahan recently said that the constant and constant wall of artificial noise during games played in empty stadiums is a “form of human torture”. He elaborated that position during a Wednesday session with reporters.
“I think it’s going to be a huge fit for everyone out there,” Shanahan told reporters. “You don’t realize what constant noise is. It’s not about being high or too low. It’s just constant. I mean, usually when the show starts, you can hear the pop and feel the football. When things aren’t right. happening, you can have conversations with people and things.
“So just the constant noise, it’s a little hard to deal with, but the fans won’t have to deal with it. It’ll just be us. So let’s hope we can be sure it doesn’t affect our game, which it shouldn’t. It’s all about irritation anymore. of it and you embrace it and you realize that it cannot affect you unless you let it affect you and go back to playing football. “
False noise in empty stadiums will be between 70 and 75 decibels. But it never takes a break, like the vuvuzelas that simulated the sound of a billion locusts when mating during the 2010 World Cup. It will be a constant irritation and the players, coaches and others in the stadium may never get used to. .