Saturday, February 03, 2007

The duplicity of Man City and Blackburn rovers...

Manchester City and Blackburn Rovers have been in the news over the last couple of weeks for reducing ticket prices, both clubs recognise that something needs to be done to keep the turnstiles clicking so that their respective stadiums aren't half empty on match days.

However, both clubs are guilty of duplicity because they are among a number of Premiership clubs who increase ticket prices for the visit of Manchester United. While City and Blackburn are to be applauded for their efforts in reducing ticket prices they clearly shouldn't be cashing in and making visiting fans pay over the odds, this is cynical duplicity of the highest order and the practice should be stopped.

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