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I can’t agree with walking out on a game, why not do the protest after the match, stay back in the ground and protest, no way would i ever walk out of a game with 15 minutes left.
I don’t agree with walking out either but I guess those who did will feel all the publicity made it worthwhile. Let’s hope there is a positive reaction by the owners as we don’t want to see a repeat. Strange, in the two games I watched yesterday both grounds were a quarter empty 13 minutes from the end but in the case of the City game it was because they were 3-0 down and being outplayed by Leicester.
I used to have faith in our owners but it’s crystal clear now their here for one reason and one reason only. I long for a lifelong LFC supporter who just happens to have a billion in the bank to ride into anfield and rescue us, who’s not in it for the buck but of course will accept any profit that comes his way, we’re not a charity after all 😀 . Just an owner that has the best interests of the club and the supporters at heart, we can but dream. 🙄 🙄
Only we can dream mate and the team of Carraghers at the same time 😀
There’s a difference between Man City Supporters and Band-wagoners.
Yes I saw the home supporters leaving the Stadium but seeing it on the outside is a total different experience. Me personally I would say this that FSG made a total balls out of this one especially the cock-up of the tagline turning fans into customers and the main stand ticket hike. This has left mixed feelings for me as a Supporter walking out on our team and the other a protest against the coffers. At end of the day there was no winners, FSG, The Protest Supporters and the bloody game that we conceded both goals inside the last 10 minutes.
The fans are rightly up in arms about the ‘£77 ticket’, but that price only applies to 200 seats. Many ticket prices are going to be frozen.
But, I can’t understand what good walking out of the match will do. I mean, yes, it’s made FSG have a rethink, but it’s FSG who had the last laugh, on Saturday. The fact is that they’d already had the money in for Saturdays’ match, so they weren’t losing anything. The only people losing were the team. I mean, can you imagine how confidence draining it must’ve been to see 25% of OUR supporters leaving the ground early?
I agree with Wazza. They should’ve protested before the match, and then staged a sit in, after the match.
The only people it hurt were the team.
PS, I also hate being classed as a customer. I’M A SUPPORTER, and always will be, and FSG should take the passion of us SUPPORTERS into account. After all, WE ARE emotionally invested in our club. OUR FAMILY!
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