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Is the bubble about to burst for Premiership sides?

 

Liverpool got a mass protest planned.

 

Both Manchester clubs are struggling to fill their grounds.

 

Arsenal fans up in arms about being charged an extra £20 for Barcelona even if they've got a season ticket.

 

What with all this money being poured in by TV deals surely it's time for a cap on prices.

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Fuck Liverpool but hope this is successful.

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Actually change the title to gentrification of football.

Seems more apt.

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The big clubs will always have toursists

And some teams like united match day revenue is so small of a percentage that they can carry on as normal with half the ticksts sold

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Clubs using stubhub needs to stop as well

 

And the cunts who put their tickets on that piece of shit site need to be hung

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Almost paid through the nose to watch the Southampton game. Prices are ridiculous.

 

And from when teams are producing dross on the pitch.

 

Diabolical.

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Clubs using stubhub needs to stop as well

 

And the cunts who put their tickets on that piece of sh*t site need to be hung

 

Sites are fucked.

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Premier League clubs turn down proposal to cap away tickets at £30... despite making more than £8bn from TV rights
  • Rich Premier League clubs can't agree on way forward to help away fans
  • Clubs spent more time debating issue than any other at London meeting
  • Big clubs vote against proposal to cap tickets for away fans at £30
  • Norwich chairman and former Chancellor Ed Balls present at summi

The richest league in the world received confirmation of their extraordinary £8billion-plus haul from TV rights on Thursday, yet couldn’t agree the way forward to help away fans.

 

The 20 Premier League clubs, despite being awash with money over the next three seasons (£5.1bn domestic and £3bn overseas), spent more time debating the issue of assisting travelling supporters than any other item on the agenda during a five-and-a-half-hour meeting in London.

The big clubs, as usual, were against the sensible proposal to cap away tickets at £30, although Everton spoke loudly in favour.

 

In a secret ballot, seven or eight clubs are understood to have opposed the capping — those led by greedy Arsenal who charge away supporters the most — leaving the Premier League short of the 14-club majority needed to make such changes.

The proposal will be back on the table at the March meeting after clubs voted heavily against the compromise of a funding arrangement where clubs would get money to help travelling supporters which they could use in varied ways.

 

 

 

 

 

Disgraceful

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They don't really care about us

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They don't they want half and half scarf wearing tourists.

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SMH They should not be complaining about an extra £20 to see the gawds of football grace the emirates pitch :/

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Liverpool matches are pricy as fuck

and the team is shit

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SMH They should not be complaining about an extra £20 to see the gawds of football grace the emirates pitch :/

Where are your principles man

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£30 should be the max for most games tbh home or away. Maybe rising to £40 for big games. 

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Basically.

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Reckon a big part has to do with the club shops too

One game a season tourists are buying stuff more than the locals who pay 30 to go to every game

Leaving the stadium is the best solution imo

Can't put a price on bad pr

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Cheapest Barca matchday ticket = £17.16

Cheapest Barca season ticket = £73.88

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Cheapest Barca matchday ticket = £17.16

Cheapest Barca season ticket = £73.88

 

Mockery

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I paid more for an arsenal ticket pmsl

 

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Cheapest Barca matchday ticket = £17.16

Cheapest Barca season ticket = £73.88

 

smh remember 3 or 4seasons back paying £35 / £40 for Charlton vs Millwall ticket an we got slapped 2-0

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Cheapest Barca matchday ticket = £17.16

Cheapest Barca season ticket = £73.88

Mockery

It cost me £50 to watch arsenal against Sunderland at the emirates

SMH

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Cheapest Barca matchday ticket = £17.16

Cheapest Barca season ticket = £73.88

Turn up on match day and get niced.

Mad mad.

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Cheapest Barca matchday ticket = £17.16

Cheapest Barca season ticket = £73.88

Smh

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Its actually cheapet to go abroad and watch a game

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No bubble is bursting.

 

Goofy guys that cant even kick ball will always pay for their ticket.

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