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SBD Global/June 21, 2013/International Football
Nearly 500 Premier League Supporters Protest League's High Ticket Prices In London
Published June 21, 2013
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ON THE GROUND: Also in London, Arsenal Black Scarf Movement member Matthew Bazzell was one of five fan representatives who were granted a meeting with Scudamore. He wrote about the meeting in a piece for the Independent. As you would expect, Scudamore "is impressive in a Tony Blair sort of way." We are realists and doubt if Wednesday "will achieve very much." Here are "my conclusions:"
- Home ticket pricing is unlikely to change because currently most clubs are well attended.
- Away ticket pricing however is becoming a worrying issue for the Premier League.