Can I go to the game next week or not?
And, if they do open up I think if it's more than £5 each they can F off!
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Bolton have known the fixture list since the middle of June but with 6 days to go haven't bothered to set the price or release tickets for the Coventry match.
It's one of the more high profile matches of the season for the police because Coventry should bring 1,500 at the least and they caused some aggro at Sunderland at the end of last season.The police will be wanting a decision asap and paying of course.
It will be interesting to see how much the administrators charge to watch our Youth team if they set the price tomorrow.I think £25 is the most i will pay for East Stand Upper but even that is a pisstake to watch a scratch team that's rock bottom of Div 3
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:I can't see the police, council and EFL allowing it to drag on all week if FV don't complete the takeover. I would think if not done by Monday evening, the administrators will have to announce prices and ticketing arrangements on Tuesday/organise policing etc or match off
If Gillingham were bringing 150 up it could be delayed another day or two but not when a decent sized club will be bringing 1,500 plus, the police will need a few days to organise that
Probably a one off. Things will smooth themselves out when a deal is done. I see Tyrers have upped their ticket price by a quid. Still, £5 return isn't bad.
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