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Going to Accrington on Saturday and it's a tenner in.
In what?
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Leeds charging Brentford OAP fans £31 for a match ticket today.
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Originally posted by Double Maxim Double Maxim wrote:

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Going to Accrington on Saturday and it's a tenner in.
In what?
A tenner in and twenty out
I'm terrified, intoxicated, starry eyed and bollock naked
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by Double Maxim Double Maxim wrote:

Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:


Going to Accrington on Saturday and it's a tenner in.
In what?
A tenner in and twenty out
 
 
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Going to Altringham tomorrow..A tenner as well I think
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Quality gesture from Nottingham Forest.
 
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Monday night Bundesliga didn't go down well in Dortmund last night vs Augsburg.
Lots of BvB fan clubs boycotted the game
Attendance 54K from 80+K

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Watford gave out free tickets to Hornets supporters who helped clear the pitch of snow for their match against the Baggies today.
 
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Derby County v Sunderland £20 for adult tickets. Thumbs Up
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Rumours that the FAI will be paying for tickets for Irish fans travelling to Turkey. If true, covering 1% of the cost of the trip is some gesture.  
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Watford gave out free tickets to Hornets supporters who helped clear the pitch of snow for their match against the Baggies today.
 
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They shouldn't have bothered and saved the fans having to watch the game LOL
Romario 2016: And the ticket mafia gets caught! Well, four years ago I had already told the government.
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Originally posted by Reildogg Reildogg wrote:

Rumours that the FAI will be paying for tickets for Irish fans travelling to Turkey. If true, covering 1% of the cost of the trip is some gesture.  
Its not rumour, its fact and has been discussed elsewhere in relevant threads. Also, on your 1% cost of the trip being covered remark, it certainly reads as a sarcastic comment. If it is indeed sarcastic as I suspect, what would you like them to do? Pay for yours and everyone elses flights and accom? Maybe throw in a full Irish/Turkish every morning, a nice lunch and steak dinner each day with a nice bottle of red?

Now while I know it wont cost them very much to cover the cost (P&P incl) of these tickets for the few heading over, they still didnt have to give them for free. Thats a few times now to far flung places I and others will have benefitted from freebies and as a well known supermarkets slogan goes.... every little helps.

Now if I read your comment wrong and you werent being sarcastic, I apologise profusely and like your good self welcome the “some gesture”.

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Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

Originally posted by Reildogg Reildogg wrote:

Rumours that the FAI will be paying for tickets for Irish fans travelling to Turkey. If true, covering 1% of the cost of the trip is some gesture.  
Its not rumour, its fact and has been discussed elsewhere in relevant threads. Also, on your 1% cost of the trip being covered remark, it certainly reads as a sarcastic comment. If it is indeed sarcastic as I suspect, what would you like them to do? Pay for yours and everyone elses flights and accom? Maybe throw in a full Irish/Turkish every morning, a nice lunch and steak dinner each day with a nice bottle of red?

Now while I know it wont cost them very much to cover the cost (P&P incl) of these tickets for the few heading over, they still didnt have to give them for free. Thats a few times now to far flung places I and others will have benefitted from freebies and as a well known supermarkets slogan goes.... every little helps.

Now if I read your comment wrong and you werent being sarcastic, I apologise profusely and like your good self welcome the “some gesture”.


It was indeed sarcastic - point taken. It just reminded me of when a mate paid for our tickets in Tbilsi and said no need to get him back.
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Salford were letting people in for free last night...Pissed off I was working as it's a ground I haven't ticked off yet
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Cheapest season ticket £795 and the most exoensive  is £1995.
 
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Fans groups from the four FA Cup semi-finalists have criticised the Football Association for increasing ticket prices.

Chelsea, Manchester United, Southampton and Tottenham supporters are accusing the governing body of "opportunistic exploitation of fan loyalty" with ticket prices that are "10 times the rate of inflation".

The cheapest ticket for the semi-finals remains at £30 but Category A, B and C tickets have all increased.

The most expensive ticket has risen from £60 to £80 for the semi-finals and from £115 to £145 for the final on May 19.

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