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Fulham Ticket Initiative!

Opening the centre pages of a well known tabloid this morning it hit me right between the eyes.

There was our beloved Fulham Football Club advertising tickets for future games, fixtures against Blackburn Rovers and Hull City.

After the initial shock had died down it struck me as being a wonderful idea especially the fact that one offer would see a family of four (two adults and two children) admitted to Craven Cottage for 50.

Bargain or what!

During these financially hard times, it`s essential that we start to get as many people as possible interested in our club.

Also, with Craven Cottage currently viewed as a fortress, is there a better opportunity to get them hooked than letting them see a Fulham win?

After all Hull and Blackburn are both, what we`d view as, very winnable games!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday February 27 2009

Time: 6:30PM

Your Comments

we do manage to get a pretty full crowd even at some of the lower games, which i think is a credit to ourselves. looking at teams such as wigan and middlesbrough...they seem to be lucky to fill up half their stadium!!
KBFulham
we do manage to get a pretty full crowd even at some of the lower games, which i think is a credit to ourselves. looking at teams such as wigan and middlesbrough...they seem to be lucky to fill up half their stadium!!
KBFulham
you've not sussed out yet it's for two midweek games!
Al Billy
you've not sussed out yet it's for two midweek games!
Al Billy
good point al billy....still not a bad deal though.
KBFulham
good point al billy....still not a bad deal though.
KBFulham
it's a damn fine deal I'd say!
Al Billy
it's a damn fine deal I'd say!
Al Billy
 

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