Half Premier league teams last year would have made a profit last year without ticket income WBA top with 33m and Swans would have made 5.8m without ticket sales according to a BBC report. I saw this on the BBC and thought you should see it:
I see they are planning an open top bus parade in Cardiff on Sunday. Starting at 3 pm and finishing at 4.45pm . Seriously. You couldn't make it up. There is nothing more I would like now than to rain on their parade by staying up. Come on Chelsea and Arsenal !
Been wondering why we now mostly always seem to attack the North Stand in the first half as if my memory serves me right we always used to attack the 'noisy' end of the North Bank at the vetch and the players and certainly the fans used to prefer that?
I think it gives the away team an advantage attacking their own fans in the second half.
1. Free buses to the ground ( show your match ticket). 2. You can take bottles of drink into the ground 3. When you buy bottles of soft drink they don't take the top off you. 4 Free Wi Fi for all in the ground! ( I have found it impossible to get a data signal on O2 in the ground) 5 ALL seats are padded!
Let's hope for a good result. Jack Army in fine voice.ĺ