SFA under fire from Scotland fans over 'pathetic' ticket prices for Slovakia clash

SFA under fire from Scotland fans over 'pathetic' ticket prices for Slovakia clash
 

The Tartan Army have blamed the SFA’s controversial pricing policy for Scotland’s crunch World Cup qualifier against Slovakia not selling out.
Gordon Strachan’s men take on their Group F rivals in a must-win clash at Hampden on Thursday.
A win would take the national team to the brink the play-offs for our first men’s international finals in 20 years.
But there will be about 7000 empty seats with the SFA predicting a crowd of just 45,000.
Fans blame the SFA for charging a minimum of £30 to go to the game – and £40 for south or north stand briefs.
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1 October 2017 in Regional, Views: 78
Source: Daily Record
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