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Should Notts County give less home tickets to playoff opponents?


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If Notts County get into the playoffs, should we give the opposition team less tickets for the Meadow Lane leg?

Mark Beal on Twitter has put the question to Alan Hardy, who replied by saying it would be a "commercially naive and suicidal" decision.

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If Notts County get into the playoffs, should we give the opposition team less tickets for the Meadow Lane leg?
Mark Beal on Twitter has put the question to Alan Hardy, who replied by saying it would be a "commercially naive and suicidal" decision.
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What a stupid suggestion, asking A.H to lose money, Is he for real.

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FFS what excuse next, we need the money and tbh should be putting any of the potential play off teams to the sword at Meadow Lane irrelevant of support.

I spoke to a couple of the players after Saturday and they said it spurned them on to shut the Cov fans up, so in fact it works for us not against us

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To play the devil's advocate, you could view it as a loss leader. If a partisan atmosphere in the Meadow Lane leg helps us win promotion, the extra revenue in League One would more than compensate for any losses.

Still, it's a no-go. We'd never sell the remaining 18,000 tickets, so we'd just end up with a scenario where away fans are buying tickets in the home end, which could cause all sorts of trouble - especially if it's Mansfield. Football is a spectator sport, so let the spectators in.

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