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Apart from enzio who was appalling the effort was there unfortunately the ability is sadly lacking. Ardleys tactics are at best one dimensional but this is not helped by the players not carrying out instructions on the pitch
Can you clarify will the price be lowered if we go down as the wording is unclear thanks. Personally I feel my season ticket has been devalued with all the offers this season but I do understand the need to recruit new supporters. The fact that we have to renew by the end of April to get the reduction is a disgrace when the season doesn't finish until may and we may not know what league we will play in as there is still a game against Swindon to go. I renewed mine last year and and left myself short of money and then he extended the deadline. If we are expected to pay £420 (adult pavis) for non league I think this is ridiculous. As a season ticket holder for many years I am at a point where I feel totally taken for granted by the club and although I want to come and support my club I will be waiting to see what happens and will not be paying £420 for non league.
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