Liverpool officials have blasted the extortionate prices their fans are facing to go and watch the Reds away from in the Premier League, according to The
The officials are set to bemoan the inflated fees at the next Premier League Shareholders’ meeting and their sentiments have been encouraged by rivals Manchester United, who feel that their supporters have to pay more than any other club because of who they are.
Premier League rules state that away ticket prices must be comparable in price for similar seats for home fans. Games against Liverpool and Manchester United are deemed Category A fixtures across the board.
Reds supporters are angry that they had to pay £42 for a ticket at the away game against West Bromwich Albion, whereas Bolton only had to pay £15 for a seat. This comes as another annoyance to Reds manager Kenny Dalglish, who recently complained about the fixture scheduling and called for fans to boycott the club’s Carling Cup tie away at Chelsea.
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