Chelsea Free Tickets
October 18, 2011 by staff
Chelsea Free Tickets, Blues fans are planning to boycott Wednesday against the Champions League clash of Genk, in protest at the club’s decision to raise the price of £ 30 to £ 40 on this season’s Champions League groups.
However, the Daily Mail claims that the protest could fall flat fans through the hierarchy of the club are giving tickets away for nothing to make sure people turn to land.
Trizia Fiorellino, president of the Chelsea Supporters Group is quoted in the paper saying: “We are led to believe from a variety of sources that the club has given a significant number of tickets to give the illusion that the boycott is not as widespread as many of us feel it is. ”
The last time Chelsea fans boycotted a Champions League match in price increases was four years ago when there were fewer than 25,000 a game against Rosenborg.
It will be interesting to see what assistance will be Wednesday, but Chelsea have said that no tickets have been given away more than they did for their opening group clash against Bayer Leverkusen, when the crowd was less than 34,000.
The Daily Mail adds: “Last season, Chelsea recorded assists more than 40,000 of their home games against Marseille group, Spartak Moscow and Zilina, but no plans to re-evaluate the price of 40 pounds ..”
Not much in the way of transfer gossip in the newspapers on Tuesday, but the keeper recovered in prices of Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger told French radio as where he admitted that “half the locker room wanted to leave,” the club in the summer.
“You are preparing for a season in which he does not know who will enter, for players who are left wondering what is happening in the club, you have a pre-season tour in Asia. It was extraordinarily difficult,” said Wenger.
“What saved us is that we are a club that is very strong and united. Other clubs would surely have been shattered in the circumstances.”
According to the Daily Express, striker Robin van Persie has told friends he has “no intention” of leaving Arsenal in January, but also wants the club match his own ambitions before committing to a new agreement.
In an interview with the Daily Telegraph, David Beckham says he wants to keep playing until he is 40.
Paris St Germain have been strongly linked with the 36 years of age, but Beckham said he just wanted to play for a team that offers regular first team football, and said he had a “good chance” that would extend his contract with the LA Galaxy.
Chelsea defender Igor are seeing Lichnovsky Chile. The 17-year-old is in the books of James beside the University of Chile, and has played for his country at youth level. (Daily Mirror)
David Moyes admits it will be difficult to hold on to Ross Barkley, despite 18 years of age, is about to sign a new long term contract. (The Sun)
The Bristol City board are divided over who should be the new manager with former Barnsley, Mark Robins and St. Johnstone manager Derek McInnes last two contestants. (The Sun)
Derby boss Nigel Clough is accelerating contract negotiations with midfielder Jeff Hendrick in an attempt to scare the wolves interests. (The Mirror)
And finally, the championship leaders Southampton are tested Birmingham City determination to keep Liam Ridgewell with an offer in January.
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