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Fans' Night Out With Bruce And Brady

The club have invited fans to attend a forum to explain why they haven't renewed their season tickets.

The event is set up so that fans can question the manager and managing director about rhe plans following relegation, over a nice glass of wine.

The invitation reads as follows:

'It looks as if you may have forgotten us, but we have definitely not forgotten you. You haven't renewed your season ticket... and we would really like to understand why.

'Steve also wants to tell you about his plans for next season and I want to give you a number of options for renewing your season ticket, so that's why we are inviting you to come and have a glass of wine, chat and share your thoughts and feelings with the two of us in an informal environment.

'This is the ideal opportunity for you to put your questions to us and hear what we are planning for the club for the coming season.'

To be fair they must already have a good idea why a lot of fans aren't renewing - simply the prices. Although the club have come up with some good offers concerning future seasons, that really doesn't deflect from the extortionate figures that fans are being expected to pay.

The meetings will take place on July 25, 26 and 28 in the Gold Suite. There will be three sessions a day, starting at 6.15pm, 7.15pm and 8.15pm.




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Date:Friday July 21 2006

Time: 4:14PM

 

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