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Fulham - Get Yourself a Bargain!

A new season is always a time for a display of optimism.

Whatever happened last season is confined to the history books, kept hidden as a memory as a new season brings new hope.

The 2007-2008 season will be an unknown journey for Fulham. It`ll be the first full season with Lawrie Sanchez in charge and there remains the distinct possibility that there will be several new faces on show.

Therefore, we`d like to do our little bit to help swell the pre-season coffers at Craven Cottage by bringing to your attention the fact that there are still some season tickets available for the bargain price of £299!

With this price covering all nineteen home Premiership games it amounts to a paltry £16 a game.

Now where else in London can you get that sort of value for money? Especially when you consider how much they charge just down the Fulham Road!

Go on, treat yourself!

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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday June 24 2007

Time: 10:19AM

Your Comments

seems a bargain on the surface until you remember who you're watching!
Sanchez, hmmmm. How can he do better than a bright young manager like Coleman? Think his managerialship at Craven Cottage is doomed to failure, he is very average. Time will tell though!
The Fear
I wouldn't argue with you there mate, he didn't set the world alight at Wycombe but we need to give him our support as we're all in this together.
merlin - your cheapest ticket is three times as expensive - would you say you get three times the value for money?
No but we do get three times the silverware so at least there is somthing to show for all the money spent.

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