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Hi, I was also one of the people that was unhappy about the level of silence from the club, in regards to the pursuit of Season Tickets Renewals, before the decision has not been made on completing THIS season. While I applaud the decision to FINALLY act on this issue, I feel that they could have easily suspended the sales of tickets until they knew about the outcome of whether this season can be finished. If the 2019/2020 season gets expunged anytime soon, the club would have had ample time to resume the sale of season tickets before a new season would commence. While I am still badly missing football at the club and more importantly social interaction in this unprecedented period of risk to humanity, because of the risk of Coronavirus and social distancing rules. I am religiously following UK Government Instructions, working from home & self-isolation, I can only keep hoping & praying that this horrible pandemic would soon be over, as I fear I would be suffering from Cabin Fever soon. But Most Importantly:- KEEP SAFE EVERYONE!!
I have mentioned on a previous thread that I was flabbergasted then the club has no compassion, in the current situation. Its beggars belief that the club is pressing on as 'business as usual' bearing in mind we are suffering the biggest global pandemic in human history. If the club SLO are reading this post, please can you convey our concerns that the club is pressing for season 20/21 renewals, when there are so much uncertainty about whether the 19/20 season can complete. The thing is, most football club directors do not run the club for the fans and treat it very much as a business. Come On City, please do the right thing!!
Hi, here is the thing that sticks in my crawl a bit. I know that the delay in this season is unavoidable and the cancellations are made in our own safety interests. But should the Club continue pressing for 20/21 season tickets when the 2019/20 season is suspended in some state of flux, should the club delay in their season ticket campaign knowing some people will be facing financial hardship? (self employed, elderley etc..)