Channies6thswan

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  1. Yep I understand they are abiding by the rules giving 3,000 out of 90,000 my gripe is with us giving them 3,300 out of 32,500. I just think we should be giving 300 of those who weren't successful in the members ballot those tickets and I don't buy the 'safe segregation argument' as we sold on unused away section tickets a couple of times last season.
  2. Just heard on the radio that spuds are going to limit away tickets for their 'home' games at Wembley to 3,000. 90,000 capacity. They give us 3,000. Will we still give them 3,300 or will we give them to 300 of our own supporters who are struggling to get tickets?
  3. I still think we should expand though!
  4. I couldn't agree more. Most of the 'big' clubs give us the absolute minimum - 3,000 in grounds that hold 60,000 or more - but we give 300 plus more than this. As I have said elsewhere I would sooner see 300 plus of our fans backing us. I think there were only around 320 season ticket holders who didn't renew last season - their tickets went to a ballot. Well that figure could be doubled if we put our own supporters first.
  5. What the 35 year old 'little migrant kids'?
  6. This
  7. What a pathetic thread. I do do wish they would bring back Hagar the horrible though.
  8. Got a spare ticket - face value £30 - will be in the harvester by the ground from 12.30 onwards. Pm me if interested
  9. Oops. Messed up here. Has block 37 not been released yet? Otherwise it has pretty much sold out
  10. Proof again it's all about where in the away end you are. I was end seat next to the Liverpool fans (behind the goal) and we all commented how good the atmosphere was in the away end. Speaking to someone sat in their new stand they also said we were loud. Then I read that other people thought we were crap.
  11. I knew the rules as I looked it up a couple of years back. But as Jammie's post shows - we are giving a minimum of 350 tickets more to away fans than we need to ( and more if we can justify it like Liverpool and others). I just think we would be better served giving these to city fans.
  12. I have been banging on about this for a couple of years now. Can't understand it. We give 3,350 tickets to away fans (according to the match day magazine that's what Arsenal brought last season) out of a capacity of 32,500 yet next week we are getting just 2,894 (the back 4 rows of which are retricted view) at Liverpool where the capacity is now 54,000. With tickets in such high demand I cannot understand why we don't at least get in line with other clubs and offer maybe 2,800 to away teams freeing up another 500 plus tickets for our fans. As above, giving 3.350 was ok when we couldn't sell out but not now.
  13. I am p2 so can buy tomorrow (Tuesday). Do the tickets become available at midnight or 9am?
  14. Nantwich - 4 season ticket holders - myself and my 3 kids. Go to most away matches too. I have accepted the fact that I will die a poor man! a couple of other foxes here too.