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Mar 10, 2012

Originally Posted by r16sby
Burton home was 4,794 - I counted them in and I counted them back out again.

I've sat here for ages composing my optimistic viewpoint.

On another point I noticed that out biggest home gate was 9782 odd against Morecambe (if not the furthest then very nearly) whereas at their place the gate was less than 2,000. That doesn't make sense?

It was football for a fiver that game...


Interesting. I bet 9782 was a rockin' occasion.

I suppose the Chairman has considered all of the possibilities about shuffling the ticket prices, i.e. whether it is beneficial to reduce ticket charges in order to increase the gate and thus enthuse a roaring crowd.

As predicted, last night we had a gate well in excess of 6000 and thankfully the boys played up to the extra 'roar'.

Re: Morecambe, if the non season ticket holders got in for a fiver, how does it sit with the die-hards who forked out for the season ticket.