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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by ManCityX, 29 Dec 2017.
Nothing wrong with that crowd. Everton got 34,000 against us last season.
There isn't any minimum price and City agreed to BCFC's normal highest cat prices for the away game, so I doubt there was much complaint the other way.
Anyone casual fan picked the Burnley game which was more attractive for 3 reasons. Even if the prices were the same it was never going to sell as many tickets due to being midweek and half a game.
30.300 against West Ham in semi in 2014 so it's not like it's any worse than usual.
Maybe its the FA Cup only then, but I thought there was a minimum price for each round.
Anyway its a decent crowd tonight for another midweek game.
I would say it is 13,000 better.
The same measure as every club
It is the FA Cup but it doesn't go up each round - it is as the prices don't have to be agreed in he FA Cup for the last 5 years and stop a home team charging £0 (they can but not for adults).
Doesn't make it any more accurate, and at night on cheap cup scheme tickets, some people can't go but can't give their tickets away. I'm not sure what other club played tonight or why that has any relevance to city's attendance?
Same crowd then that Arsenal got at the Emirates then v West Ham.
This competition has come to the end of it's natural life. Two Cups is ridiculous when you have the Premier League and the Champions League as well.