Date: 30th June 2009 at 2:47pm
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There appears to be a huge debate developing between the club and the supporters with regards to the ticket prices for the pre-season matches lined up against Spurs, Aston Villa and Fulham.

It`s understood that the club have fixed prices, for these games, at the same level as last season with adult prices of £20 and £15 and concessions at £12 and £8.

There`s no doubting that the opposition is very attractive with all three clubs promising to bring their first team squads and there is a wonderful opportunity to view the big names these clubs have on their books.

But ticket sales remain poor.

Just over 2500 have been sold for the Spurs game, 1500 for the Villa game but not so many for the visit of Fulham.

So, have the club over-priced these matches or is everyone just tightening their financial belts ahead of the new season?

Your thoughts please!

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