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STFC: Town Fans Split On Season Ticket Decision

Vital Swindon Town recently asked fans if they would be re-newing their season ticket for the second half of the season. The results are in!

44% of those polled said they would definately be backing Maurice Malpas and the lads for the second half of the season whilst another 44% said they definately wouldn't.

We can only assume that this is down to the credit crunch, failure to reach 6,000 season tickets being sold and a mixture of poor home results.

8% of fans said they may re-new their ticket depending on results whilst 4% said they would if their friends and family did.




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Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 18 2008

Time: 8:03PM

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My Full adult season ticket has gone up only £2, but my fathers disabled ticket has gone up £54 which i have had to pay, concidering the 'diabolical gutless performance' as stated by the Editor to which i completely agree, begs the question, do i pay my hard earned money from my unsecure job to pay for the second part of my season ticket or do i buy it and hope that something happens to turn this mess around. Fitton bewarned if you dont do something alot of hard working supporters may not be around much longer!
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