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  1. Lloyd Kelly

    great display man of the match now needs a run of games
  2. Post match review by an Ipswich fan

    fair play to the kid sounds like good analysis not too much bias towards his home team very good
  3. How long have we been in the CHAMPIONSHIP?

    next year will be our 4th season
  4. SC&T/FAN/Supporters meeting

    some disabled supporters chose or don't need a carers ticket its the affordability thats the problem if they were able bodied and could work seven days a week they would be better off financially so could afford to pay the full price but for many disabled supporters BCFC chose to go down the "level playing field "campaign and priced the 2018-19 season tickets out of their price capability
  5. Renewed or not renewed. Please post here

    was told to wait until deadline day by Gareth Torpy [disabled liaison officer ] to see if BCFC will change their minds on the scrapping of disabled season tickets next season
  6. Ambulant S/T

    mr Torpy was adamant and became quite aggressive to the point that BCFC had not broken any rules and justified the price rises, kept quoting the EQA act of 2010 said i could wait until the end of the month incase of a new development told my son not to hold his breath
  7. Ambulant S/T

    spoke to Gareth Torpy this morning he was the person i dealt with about my son's disabled ticket last season he said the club were abiding by the 2010 discrimination act what i can gather is that because my son sits next to an able bodied person that person would be discriminated against because my son payed less for his seat then the able bodied person next to him if that makes sense, also they fall in line with fifteen other clubs in the championship with new grounds as regards disabled ticketing. i said if my son was able bodied and could work seven days a week to pay for his season ticket he would but a rise of £114 plus the £25 admin charge if bought monthly was too much,Like someone said in a earlier post we are not treated as supporters just clients to a business conglomerate.
  8. Further ST News

    my sons disabled ticket was £301 last season next season it will cost £415
  9. Further ST News

    There are no disability tickets on offer this year you pay the same an able bodied person

    looks like the disabled concession has gone i do hope that goes to any visiting away disable fans, the caring and non discrimination that is Bristol Sport the beating heart of sport in the west country
  11. Further ST News

    no change if your disabled £114 price hike or £139 on the never never

  13. The rising star of Lee Johnson

    johnson OUT
  14. Last season and Lee Johnson

    johnson out