Date: 23rd January 2020 at 1:10pm
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Today, officially confirmed that tickets for children ahead of this weekend’s clash with Oxford in the FA Cup would be just £1 in an incentive to enable more young supporters to attend. Indeed, as per the Chronicle too, more than 45,000 tickets have already been sold in what looks likely to be a bumper crowd. 


It is the second initiative launched by the club this season after an alarming dip in attendance. Against , James’ Park saw its lowest recorded visitors in 10 years, prompting the club to release 10,000 half-season tickets, though it obviously has come rather late in the day.

Given the game is just over 48 hours away, a number of supporters online have vented their frustration, having already purchased tickets. It must be said that the club are offering a £5 discount in the club shop for previously-purchased junior tickets, though it hasn’t pleased everyone online.

With that in mind, here’s a look at how sections of the support reacted to the statement.

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