Friday, February 23, 2007

United fans protest about price of tickets...

Reds fans are to set to protest about the price of tickets when the United take on Fulham this weekend, Pete Boyle, who's been following MUFC since 1977 is urging all fans who attend the game at Craven Cottage on Saturday to boycott food and drink inside the ground.

Enough is enough, Boylie has called for fans to take action

I hope the Glazer family are aware of this protest, because while United tickets for home games are not the most expensive in the land at present, the way things are going and with the Glazer family putting United into masses of debt, it surely wont be long before we see another price hike. Further to this the BBCs online chief sports writer Mahir Bose posed the question how much longer will it be before the walls come tumbling down on the Glazers and United? Bose stated that Glazer doesn't appear to be doing very much about reducing the clubs huge debts, sure the team are doing well but what will happen if there's a dip? The Glazer family should listen to people like Bose because he's talking sense. Football is going further and further away from its grass roots and when that happens there's a serious danger of killing the goose that lays the golden egg.

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