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Blues pick up a fine

Birmingham City picked up an unwanted fine from the Premier League after they was found guilty of a discriminatory pricing policy against away supporters last season.

Blues broke rule J(9), whatever that is and as such were fined £30,000 plus costs.

Premier League chief spokesman Dan Johnson said: 'Fans of all Premier League clubs deserve to be treated in an open and fair manner when it comes to the pricing of away tickets, and we are pleased the independent commission recognised the important of this rule.'

Birmingham will not be appealing the decision.




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Writer: Foxxy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday August 30 2008

Time: 10:31AM

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So what if away fans do have to pay more? they should see it as an honour to come to St Andrews
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