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31 July 2009


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£100 a game? not sure i can believe it.

it does all add up though - ticket, tube fare, couple of pints before the game, programme, food afterwards...

I think the cost of tickets is a real concern though. If it got much more expensive I definitely wouldn't be ablet o go to so many games - league cup and FA cup games would be the first to go.

I guess though that if there are people out there that will pay more, clubs like chelsea will charge more


This sounds like a high amount - hard to imagine how you could spend that much every game. I can see once or twice a year (when you buy a shirt or birthday presents for the kids), but all the time?

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