Registered On: July 20, 2015
This is not a very good sign for League 1 and 2 clubs, they have little tono income coming into their clubs, and there is no sign of the greedy big boys or the football league coming up with any help, they have sat on the situation for four months now, and seem to have turned their backs on things and will watch as clubs fold. It really sickens me to see their reaction to the crisis, but it was only the same picture when four months ago the Premier players were requested to take a 10% drop in wages in order for the lower league players to survive, they had a one off whip round for the NHS instead, which produced a poltry sum of £3 million, that was from over 2,400 Premier registered players, sum on £400,000 per week, they are greedy pathetic creatures.
The question is who and when will the fist club be, a very sad situation caused by this bloody virus and being no fault of any of the lower league teams, some of which have struggled along for fifty, sixty or ever 100 years.
Regarding season ticket holders, it looks as though we will just need to accept the situation and watch games on our computers, in my case my season ticket costs about £10 per game, so actually will not lose out, but full paying members will be hit in their pockets to the tune of an extra £10 per game for home matches, we can only pray that things improve a lot, but the chances of that look very grim, in fact just as grim as the pathetic Premier teams and their players.