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Town Delay Season Ticket Launch
Wednesday, 1st Apr 2020 14:12

Town have announced that they are delaying the launch of their season ticket pricing for 2020/21 until after decisions are made on the fate of the 2019/20 campaign.

The Premier League, EFL and PFA are meeting this week to discuss the financial implications of coronavirus crisis and how and when the season might resume.

The squad was set to return to train on April 14th with games currently suspended until April 30th, but those dates seem certain to be put back with an announcement expected this week.

"The club were scheduled to have launched the season ticket campaign for next season this week but with the obvious uncertainty surrounding football at the moment we have delayed things for now,” club secretary Stuart Hayton told the official website.
 
“We will await further guidance from the EFL. At the moment all we know is it’s the intention to complete the fixtures for this season.”

Meanwhile, the April instalments on season ticket payments have been taken as planned despite the current suspension of fixtures. The Blues have eight games to play, five at home, three away.

As things stand, clubs are being advised to treat the situation as if the campaign will be played to a conclusion.


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ITFCsince73 added 15:01 - Apr 1
Players and staff calling elderly and vulnerable season ticket holders to check on them 1 day.
And taking bank payments of those very people the next.
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ITFCsince73 added 15:23 - Apr 1
Players had all the power in the old days. Things haven't changed for them.
They will still be demanding their contract is honoured and paid in full each and every month.
It's the players decision weather they take a cut, not the clubs. So far they haven't done this.
The EFL advising to treat things as the season will re start.
Is a way to keep a revenue stream available to each club.
And for any club to still be taking monthly payments from season ticket holders is scandalous, while keeping players on full pay.
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Michael101 added 15:59 - Apr 1
Don't think they can sell season tickets when nobody knows if there is Even going to be any football next season ,or this one come to that
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Northstandveteran added 16:58 - Apr 1
Love it 73 😂

Evans: " Chambo, give the pensioners a call to distract them and Skusey can sneak in the back door and search for the biscuit tin under the bed with their life savings in"


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ChrisFelix added 17:25 - Apr 1
Captain calamity has been using social distancing for the past 5 seasons. He also keeps at least 6 feet from the opposition strikers
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ITFCsince73 added 17:37 - Apr 1
Michael, Evans can sell Ice to Scandinavia.
Asking the British tax payer to front wages for his staff takes the biscuit.
While holed up in his Barbados Mega mansion. With the tag of being a billionaire and one of Britain’s richest men.
Currently Spurs are getting slated across the media, for doing such things.
While continuing to pay players in full. Owners worth billions. Directors paid millions. Squad paid 100,s of millions. Bloke who sells the programs and the tea lady has wages slashed.
As usual it’s the supporters/tax payers who bear the brunt.
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Northstandveteran added 18:13 - Apr 1
Yes 73,

It was the same when we went into administration.

The small businesses and the like that worked or supplied the club received 5% of what they were owed.

The players were alright so that was ok.
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Michael101 added 09:17 - Apr 2
Itfc73,you make a good point,the owners,managers,players will be ok is the people on minimum zero hours contracts who get the biggest hit.But that's true with every club,office,work place.it's been going on for years about time the government done something about it.
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