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Fulham - A Crying Shame?

Whilst all around us actively react to the credit crunch by reducing ticket prices, the grapevine suggests that may not be the case at Craven Cottage.

At a recent 'Fans Forum` those in attendance were (and we hope it wasn`t a double-edged question), how much they`d be willing to pay for their season tickets?

It seems a strange ploy, surely it would have been better to simply come out with a proposed price plan and then see the reactions.

Unfortunately, with such a small ground, we run the risk of demand exceeding supply which, if loyal supporters were to be priced out, would be a crying shame.




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday March 25 2009

Time: 4:38PM

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i have been priced out of a few games. i hope prices at best, stay the same. as long as they don't go up. hopefully a reduction is in order!
KBFulham
i have been priced out of a few games. i hope prices at best, stay the same. as long as they don't go up. hopefully a reduction is in order!
KBFulham
I reckon there will be a small increase but in return if Al Fayed incvests in the transfer market I'll not argue!
Al Billy
I reckon there will be a small increase but in return if Al Fayed incvests in the transfer market I'll not argue!
Al Billy
I reckon there'll be a freeze but with a few catches!
Putney
I reckon there'll be a freeze but with a few catches!
Putney
 

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