seaon ticket sales for this season

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gagandeep

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i have just been looking at a west hame website and this is hteir seaon ticket sales.

"SEASON TICKET SALES DOWN
Monday, 21st June 2004
West Ham have announced that season ticket sales are - unexpectedly - down by some 13% on last season.

With the weekend's renewal deadline now passed, West Ham confirmed this morning that they have achieved a renewal rate of 87% compared with last season deadline figure.

As of this time last season the club are thought to have sold in the region of 9-10,000 season tickets, which would mean around 7,500-8,500 having been sold so far this summer.

With the total number of season ticket sales last season reaching around 21,000 (including half-season tickets) the club still has some considerable way to go in order to match those figures. Using today's numbers as a barometer, the club can expect to sell somewhere in the region of 15-17,000 full season tickets for 2004/05 - well down on last season.

It has also not been announced how many of the renewals were children's tickets, which inevitably sell at a greatly reduced rate.

Season tickets go on sale to existing club members from Monday, 28th June, then on general sale from Monday, 5th July"


so we are doing well compared to west ham who are meant to have more supporters then us, i am getting more and more confidnt of the seaon ahead the midfield does not look as weak now as well, with tiatto signing
 
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