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  • Sure, it would be 'easier' to go to the wonderful new Amex stadium and support Brighton, but any Canary fan across the world knows that where you live and work has no bearing on what team you support. I grew up in Norwich, and had my first game (vs Ipswich) in 1980 aged just 7. I know how easily this gets under your skin, and I've now got a boy who's nearly 7. But to get him to a game now is just beyond my means, so getting him into the mighty Yellows is going to be difficult. I fully appreciate that the ground is full every game, and the laws of supply and demand are kicking in here. I just think that the club could - with all the extra TV and sponsorship money - quite easily repay the fans by keeping matches affordable. If only for the long term future of the club. I remember supporting the club through thick and thin when gates were averaging around 14,000, and the only games that came close to selling out were the big six. Anyone remember when Blackburn came to Carrow Road in early 1993, when we were top of the league and the gate was 15,800? It was freezing, it ended 0-0. This was normal back then - our support was solid, but pretty unspectacular. To find that 20 years on, we're fleecing loyal fans to the point of not being able to even turn up, it's heart breaking to be honest.

    Kristan Reed

    Friday, November 23, 2012

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