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Thread: Fulham Game - No Toon fans allowed?

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    Fulham Game - No Toon fans allowed?

    This is on the Fulham official website, went live today:

    Join us at Craven Cottage for the final home game of the season as the Whites take on Newcastle United on Sunday 12th May, 3pm kick-off.
    Owing to restrictions imposed on the Club by the SAFETY ADVISORY GROUP, we are unable to sell tickets to away (Newcastle United) supporters. This means that supporters who live in an NE, TD or or DH postcode will be unable to purchase. Any electronic tickets currently purchased from fans living in these areas will be automatically cancelled and reimbursed*.

    *Anyone identified as an away supporter in areas of the ground other than the designated away section will be ejected.

    https://www.fulhamfc.com/first-team/...wcastle-united

    To me this is saying they won't sell tickets to away fans?

    If this is correct and somebody please correct me if i'm wrong - how can they do this?

    What restrictions have been placed on them? I've not heard anything in the news.

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    Seen it on the mag but got no other info.

    https://www.themag.co.uk/2019/04/abs...w-cancel-them/

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    OK, in that article it does seem to indicate we'll have fans there but if they are going to get rid of away fans does that mean we can't wear colours etc.

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    They’re saying that no Toon fans will be able to sit in any part of the ground that aren’t designated away supporter areas.

    This must be due to all the violence our fans have caused recently in this crunch game where emotions are sure to run very high.

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    Aye, I read it as Toon fans won't be able to get tickets other than through NUFC.

    Always surprised me that the lack of segregation in their 'neutral' section didn't cause more problems with some of the more wankerish clubs' supporters (Everton, Chelsea, Stoke, Vile, etc)

    Shame if they've done this because of trouble in that section.

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