ManCity Fan's Ticket Exchange Reopens After Club Tries To Close It Down
A fans’ ticket exchange closed down at the request of Man City is "back open for business," according to Mike Keegan of the MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS. Mcfcticketx, a non-profit network, allowed supporters of the team without tickets to "connect with those selling them on Twitter." However, the site was removed by Twitter at the request of the club, which "cited trademark violations." Now the Twitter account, with a few changes, is back up and running, leaving 20-year-old Founder Adam Keyworth "to claim a moral victory." Keyworth said, "Twitter got in touch with me and said that if I made a few amendments then I could reopen the account. I got rid of ‘mcfc’ from the title and called it ‘Cityticketx’. I also made it clear that it was unofficial and in no way endorsed by the club, and it was back up and running." Manchester City declined to comment (MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS, 10/30).