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Permanent Revolution In Pricing

Issue #125 Michael Wood on How Football is ploughing fields without planting seeds
Chesterfield 0 Bradford City 1 and Sheffield United 3 Bradford City 1 At Proact Stadium Chesterfield and Bramall Lane Sheffield in League One, 2015/2016

Bradford City beat Chesterfield 1-0 in Derbyshire with a vintage Phil Parkinson team performance that kept the game tight and capitalised on the chance to win the game when it came but lost 3-1 at Sheffield United in a display of much different character. To appreciate how a manager can have a "vintage" performance, and what the concept of a team having a character is one has to be able to watch a lot of football and with pricing such as the £27 admission to Bramall Lane and other expensive prices including those at Bradford City fewer and fewer supporters will be able to do that.

Issue #101 Michael Wood on The opposition to #one four nine and how where it comes from

Bradford City's #onefournine campaign is a great success and the criticism of it comes from strange places which see a virtue in fewer people watching football and want to set a bar on the basis of how much money they have.

Issue #98 Michael Wood on Using the power of home supporters to bring down the prices for away fans

At the moment visiting supporters are charged a lot of money to get into football across the board. In order to bring down pricing for away fans football supporters need to pressure their own clubs to reducing admission for visitors.

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