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    Having to move seats next season

    Posted by Earls on 29/5/2023, 8:20:46

    One comment of Sweetís thatís been overlooked is that the extra TV cameras required next season will mean some fansí seats will have to move.
    As I understand it, VAR cameras and those for foreign Prem broadcasters totals 40-50 cameras. Placing those around the ground presumably means fans who sit low down in the ground (Iím near the front of Kenny Lower) will have their view blocked enough to need to move.
    Donít get me wrong, if thatís the price of the club trousering £170m from promotion, fair enough! Iíd presume, given another Sweet comment that the revamped Bobbers will lead to a total capacity increase of a few hundred, that the Bobbers will be a decent mix of the necessary revamped media centre and regular fansí seats.
    Where this leaves the corporates, lord knows. (And I might be wrong on all this, far from the first time.)

      Re: Having to move seats next season

      Posted by MG on 29/5/2023, 8:23:37, in reply to "Having to move seats next season"

      Some people are also going to have their view blocked by the new floodlight pylons required at each end. We are having to make quite some compromises to play in the EPL I think.

        The key change required

        Posted by That idiot Cuba on 29/5/2023, 8:42:43, in reply to "Re: Having to move seats next season"

        Is to ensure ever seat is filled for EVERY match.

        For every game this season there have been spare seats.

        There can all be resold with ease next season.

        Not sure how you do this but season ticket holders who canít attend need to be compensated for all games they canít attend.

        We have to fill the ground regardless of position and opponent.

          Re: The key change required

          Posted by The Outsider on 29/5/2023, 8:57:59, in reply to "The key change required "

          There will always be people who can't go at the last minute. I know a couple who had tickets for Sunderland away but their car broke down on the way there. Although that was the away game, it still happens with home games.

          There are always "no shows" for cup games where people have bought tickets rather than being part of an ST.

          I believe that the average no show over all clubs is in.the region of 10 per cent.

            Re: The key change required

            Posted by That idiot Cuba on 29/5/2023, 9:01:31, in reply to "Re: The key change required "

            Yes understand, but we need to get that 10% down to less than 1%

            Need some collective thinking on how but that extra income and bums on seats will be good for everyone.

              Re: The key change required

              Posted by MG on 29/5/2023, 9:00:37, in reply to "Re: The key change required "

              Yes, but it's been more than that quite often, it's a valid point he's making albeit in an overstated way.

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