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Bradford City vs Stockport County £1 a Ticket

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£1 to watch a relegation battle at Valley parade!

This offer is for Home fans only!

Probably will be cold as its a league 2 game but still thought i'd post it!!

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City aim to drum up extra support for Saturday’s critical tussle with Stockport by offering admission for just £1.

With survival stakes high, the club are calling on stayaway fans to swell the Valley Parade attendance.

Saturday’s game is one of the biggest for many, many years. It’s possibly one of the biggest in the club’s history

Julian Rhodes
Stockport sit six points behind the Bantams in the second relegation spot and the fall-out from another home defeat would be huge.

That is why City are desperate to fill the stands to roar the team on to a win that would relieve the mounting pressure.

Joint-chairman Julian Rhodes said: “Saturday’s game is one of the biggest for many, many years. It’s possibly one of the biggest in the club’s history.

“Let’s not beat around the bush. The ambition for the season now is to survive as a league club.

“We don’t want to even contemplate the consequences if that doesn’t happen.

“We are fighting for our lives and need the people of Bradford to help us.

“That’s why we are asking the season-ticket holders to boost the attendance by bringing friends along and create a great atmosphere for the players to perform in.

“The last ten years have been horrendous for fans, as I’ve said many times, but they have been magnificent all the way through. Once again we’re asking for that backing to keep our heads above water.

“We’d love the fans to come out in their thousands and cheer on the team for this vital game.”

With only one win in nine games, frustration is growing against the club and boss Peter Taylor.

Rhodes acknowledges the general discontent at how City’s season has gone so wrong – and is pleading for supporters to put those grievances to one side for 90 minutes.

He added: “A lot of supporters are unhappy at the situation and understandably so.

“But whatever you think of certain board members or the manager, all we are asking is for them to forget about that on Saturday and just cheer the team from start to finish.

“Then it’s up to the players to give them something to cheer about.

“If the team think the crowd are going to be on their back for every mistake, then there is less chance of them trying anything adventurous.

“If they are getting fantastic backing from the stands, I would hope that would spur on the players even more.

“As the saying goes, fortune favours the brave. And when all is said and done, this is a game that we have to win.”

Tickets are available from 9am today and will be on sale right up until kick-off. Season-ticket holders can buy as many as they want.

They must be purchased from the ticket office and not on at the turnstiles. The offer is not available online.
#2
link no good, heat added this is cheap. doesn't matter wether you are a fan or not.

Edited By: jaysonic on Feb 24, 2011 14:02: extra comments
#3
Good offer. I paid £20 to get inot bradford a couple of weeks ago!! (as an away fan)
#4
2 Likes #5
Should be available to both sets of fans really!
2 Likes #6
It's got to be worth a quid to go and watch Bradford lose.
#7
kotic
Should be available to both sets of fans really!

I agree with you!! Iand i'm a city fan!!
It might get changed in the next few hours or so, i'm just posting as it stands!!
suspended#8
yet another yorkshire team on there **** : )
#9
Bradford City manager Peter Taylor is to leave the club after Saturday's League Two clash with Stockport.
#10
nothing wrong with league 2 football.

wish my club did this. hot
2 Likes #11
voted cold....99p over priced! :p

(joke!)
#12
This takes me back about 15 years when City let home kids in for a quid but away ones were charged a tenner. Me and my mate thought it'd be worth £9 to go in the home end for what turned out to be a 4-3 away win.

God knows how we managed to 'cheer' and look dissapointed at the right times!

Heat from me, though as a Town fan I'll be hoping Stockport win
#13
Voted Hot
#14
My local team do kids for a quid with a fully paid adult and they are non-league so this is very hot :-)
#15
will be a party atmosphere here as ten thousand sing a happy goodbye to the manager... hot deal whatever the price if u ask me!!!
3 Likes #16
Good deal & good luck to Bradford .I'll be at Huddersfield
#17
Non-league teams charge upwards of a fiver so hot.

Bradford without Taylor might be non-league next season....
#18
Its a hot deal but cold for the away fans. They have to pay £20 to watch the same game! Jokers. Hope they go down and County stay up.
#19
Why should it be £1 for away fans too? They want a large number of home fans to be there for support/ to drum up interest in the club/matchgoing, they have to make money somehow so why should they subsidise the away support? (Which lets face it.. they dont really want discounted or in volume.. they just want the cash off them).

VOTED HOT! Its a pity more clubs dont take this approach to filling the home terraces.
#20
i'm a county fan would love to go for a quid and see us take 3 points but the way we played last week cant see it happening.
#21
out of curiosity will bradford be the first premiership club relegated out of the football league..

Did luton ever play in the premiership, or was it league 1 back then
#22
Gedfaz
Why should it be £1 for away fans too? They want a large number of home fans to be there for support/ to drum up interest in the club/matchgoing, they have to make money somehow so why should they subsidise the away support? (Which lets face it.. they dont really want discounted or in volume.. they just want the cash off them).VOTED HOT! Its a pity more clubs dont take this approach to filling the home terraces.

spot on! home fans only to try and get a support advantage! well done bantams!
#23
Tempted to go to this, only like 15 mins down the road and no plans for the weekend as of yet. I remember going to watch them as a kid for a fiver a game.
#24
If the player's don't have the professional pride to win or feel a responsibility to the club and the fans at all times, why should anyone want to pay a penny to try to keep their sorry, ungrateful **** in the Football League?

Most professional footballers are a disgrace and deserve to be out of work.
#25
What a farce, voted cold :(
1 Like #26
How can it be £1 for home fans only? this isn't allowed in the football league, ticket prices have to be the same price for both sets of supporters, theres rules in place to stop this.

Unless the quality of viewing is different, i.e home fans for a £1 is standing only and the away fans only have seating.



Edited By: GreenTango on Feb 24, 2011 18:23
1 Like #27
Typical Bradford, cheap club , cheap treatment of visitors, conference
for you lot.
#28
http://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/sport/8874420.Quids_in_for_everyone/

ALL ?

Would be a nightmare if got relegated. Glad the buffoon is leaving buy why after ?!.

Hopefully be a comfortable win and one to ensure safety.
#29
sweetfa
Non-league teams charge upwards of a fiver so hot.

Bradford without Taylor might be non-league next season....


He's a moron! Got rid of the captain and plays trialists.

trevor1959
Typical Bradford, cheap club , cheap treatment of visitors, conference
for you lot.


shut it puppy

Edited By: rugger-tyke on Feb 24, 2011 19:00
#30
I'll be watching Leeds in the pub X). Hoping my Bradford supporting m8 turns up lol HAPPY DAYS!

Hot for the price.
1 Like #31
GreenTango
How can it be £1 for home fans only? this isn't allowed in the football league, ticket prices have to be the same price for both sets of supporters, theres rules in place to stop this. Unless the quality of viewing is different, i.e home fans for a £1 is standing only and the away fans only have seating.
Initially the offer was only available to season ticket holders (to bring their mates) which is how they could get away with still charging away fans £20, but now it seems that all Bradford fans can go down and buy the tickets without restriction, so I don't see how they can get away with charging County fans 20 times as much.

I'll be at the Galpharm anyway on Saturday, looks like that will be the last time I'll be able to hear Peter Taylor's excuses on the radio for yet another defeat !

Edited By: derbyshireterrier on Feb 24, 2011 19:41
#32
will win on sat as will we.
#33
And for an extra quid you get to play X)

Heat added. May I join the bantams in shouting "Come on you Jacks"
#34
Come on city, please please win a bloody game!
#35
Cost me £20 to get in a couple of weeks ago, they way we (Wycombe) played I'd have regretted it even at this price.

Hot deal, see Taylor out in style!

Edit: Just seen this is for home fans only. That's disgraceful.

Edited By: SuperMassiveWill on Feb 25, 2011 00:35
#36
Oh the memories of following county years ago. Been to ground many times. Does it still have narrow standing room? Strange place, thousands of Asians everywhere but not one in ground. Bit dangerous not offering away fans same, hope the fans have changed from decade ago because we would just go in away stand!
Good luck all.
#37
watching the worst two teams in English professional football..Mmm maybe a £1 is about right. wont be a classic lol
#38
Go with your £20, watch the game, then go up Manningham lane or Lumb lane, with your change, only 200 yards away.

Just edited to say, great deal and good luck city.


Edited By: Paranoid Android on Feb 25, 2011 10:17: Heat added
suspended#39
HEAT !!! ive got bradford in my bet this weekend knowng that stockport are poo !!! what i didnt know was that bradford are also poo !!
#40
Laughing Spam
If the player's don't have the professional pride to win or feel a responsibility to the club and the fans at all times, why should anyone want to pay a penny to try to keep their sorry, ungrateful **** in the Football League?Most professional footballers are a disgrace and deserve to be out of work.

What - even those whose teams are near the top of the league?


Just to correct your ill-informed post, the average league 2 footballer earns little more than the average office worker these days. They know they're likely to be made redundant every summer, may have to move anywhere in the country at the drop of a hat and have a maximum career of 20 years, and even that's assuming a serious injury doesn't being their career to a sudden end.

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