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BBC - The Price of Football

Post  bluenoseghag on Thu Oct 18, 2012 10:11 am

The BBC have done their review on the price of football for last season. I haven't read the whole report yet, but one thing sticks out:


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A certain Birmingham City FC had the 4th Cheapest Day Out and 5th cheapest Matchday Tickets in the Championship last year. Staggering. If you looked at the amount of posts complaining about the price of football and how our owners are so out of touch with reality, this really does put a bit of perspective on this.

A club that came 4th, had one of the best seasons of our history with CH and the European Tour, and played some of the best football in the Championship, and yet was the 4th cheapest in the Championship.

In short, farting To all those complaining about high prices
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Post  hootie63 on Thu Oct 18, 2012 10:24 am

To be Honest tickets are not that badly priced if you are getting a good enough product for the outlay wherein lies the problem bad football and fans will always think they are being ripped off, Good football and most would gladly pay more. I said a few weeks back when the club were doing the research on why fans are not going that it was more down to the football and ownership of the club rather than the prices fans were being asked to pay .
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Post  bluenosebryan on Thu Oct 18, 2012 7:28 pm

Tbh its not so much the price in my eyes as i allways like the saying if you really want it that bad you will get it lol but its the brand of football we play,if i hadnt of bought a ST theres no way i would pay to go and watch basically a sunday league game cos thats how we are playing under clark
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Post  lowdham bluenose on Thu Oct 18, 2012 9:21 pm

bluenoseghag wrote:

In short, farting To all those complaining about high prices

Yeah Kev. Here's another farting .

It's not as simple as pricing for our crap attendances - it has been the brand of football and the owners which has kept many away.

The pricing is excellent at Blues and the value for money last season was nob on...but this season? no thanks. For me it's never been the pricing it's not even the value for money - it's the investment in time. I don't think it is wrth the time I have to take out to watch the Clark rubbish. Not worth the time --- unless there is a forum booze beforehand.

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Post  NickBCFC on Fri Oct 19, 2012 2:05 am

I still can't make my mind up over the premier league prices we charge signs
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Post  Raters on Fri Oct 19, 2012 6:50 pm

bluenoseghag wrote:The BBC have done their review on the price of football for last season. I haven't read the whole report yet, but one thing sticks out:


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A certain Birmingham City FC had the 4th Cheapest Day Out and 5th cheapest Matchday Tickets in the Championship last year. Staggering. If you looked at the amount of posts complaining about the price of football and how our owners are so out of touch with reality, this really does put a bit of perspective on this.

A club that came 4th, had one of the best seasons of our history with CH and the European Tour, and played some of the best football in the Championship, and yet was the 4th cheapest in the Championship.

In short, farting To all those complaining about high prices

But still they'll moan and stay away!!!!

The trouble is, football is expensive, but there's no point in blaming or punishing the club for that. Blame TV and players wages.
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