There`s a thread on Confguide about an article in todays Observer.The article starts with the low crowds at recent european games and how ticket prices have made people pick which games they will attend rather than go week in week out. Then the writer points out that it costs more to sit in a seat and watch Woking (£14.00) than to sit and watch Juventus (£13.80) <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/shocked.gif" alt="" />
If Chelsea can`t fill their ground what hope have the rest of us got? Do we lower our prices in the hope of getting more people through the gate but then leaving us with less money to spend on wages which would probably mean playing lower standard football which would again reduce the crowd.
I think there are going to be a few teams from the Conference (and maybe higher) struggling to continue as fulltime clubs if the trend for low crowds continues.