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GregStarz

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Slightly off topic I know but I just wondered what everyone's view is regarding the East/North Bank gate being open after each game?

Those in the West probably aren't aware but after pretty much every game it's open and by the time you leave the East stand you have no option but to join and walk out with the away fans, it's pretty much instant as well (when emotions and anger can still be high) and last season there was plenty of trouble and abuse outside, I just think it's plain wrong and unsafe when exiting, especially with children.

Also the away fans now sit nearer to the East Stand so it's not hard for them to pick someone out and approach them after the game in the car park.

Millwall had the gates off once and ran through, Port Vale came flying through punching anyone and everyone and I just don't get why they can't leave it locked and let them walk round the stadium like we have to do, if we park anywhere near the hospital etc.

Surely safety has to come first?
 
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