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727 Morecambe, impressive
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They average 4.4k at home Inc away fans, so works out about 20% which isn't to be mocked.

It's an hour away. Should be 1000 minimum.

So if we only took 1500 to Derby next week, you'd say that's impressive given our crowds are double Morecambe's? No, you'd be saying it's shite support lol.
 

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It's an hour away. Should be 1000 minimum.

So if we only took 1500 to Derby next week, you'd say that's impressive given our crowds are double Morecambe's? No, you'd be saying it's shite support lol.
You’re spectacularly missing his point.

It’s a good turnout from them because it’s 20% of their home support. Just as 5,000 Derby fans next week would be a great turnout as that is also 20% of your home crowd.
 

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Figures all together below, no figure for Barnsley @ Fleetwood, but sold out with allocation of 1,129 ...

Saturday 1st October 2022
Accrington Stanley 3-1 Morecambe | 2,916 [727]
Bolton Wanderers 2-0 Lincoln City | 17,263 [782]
Burton Albion 3-2 Forest Green Rovers | 2,620 [185]
Cambridge United 0-2 Derby County | 6,813 [1,469]
Charlton Athletic 1-1 Oxford United | 12,806 [1,058]
Cheltenham Town 2-0 Shrewsbury Town | 3,842 [546]
Exeter City 2-2 Bristol Rovers | 7,816 [1,232]
Fleetwood Town 0-1 Barnsley | 4,024 [1,129]
Ipswich Town 3-2 Portsmouth | 28,434 [1,941]
MK Dons 2-3 Peterborough United | 8,963 [2,631]
Port Vale 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday | 11,336 [3,522]
Wycombe Wanderers 0-1 Plymouth Argyle | 5,869 [1,200]
 

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You’re spectacularly missing his point.

It’s a good turnout from them because it’s 20% of their home support. Just as 5,000 Derby fans next week would be a great turnout as that is also 20% of your home crowd.

That literally makes no sense at all?

Derby are at home and we definitely don't get 25k at home. :lol:
 

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We've been given 548 for Derby, which seems a bit stingy, considering...
 

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We've been given 548 for Derby, which seems a bit stingy, considering...
Assuming your club and Derby will have been in talks about an initial allocation. Shift them and you'll given more, i'm sure.

Similarly, we've been given an initial allocation of 600 for Port Vale end of the month, and 1,000 for Barnsley on a Tuesday night.
 

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Which still wouldn't make sense as there wouldn't be 5k Derby fans at a home game? :lol:
I’m saying derby have a home attendance of 25k. So for them to take 20% of that number away is 5,000. Which is clearly impressive.

And so is the equivalent of the 800 Morecambe fans because it’s 20% of their home attendance. Morecambe taking 20% away is a cracking efffort and one to be applauded rather than mocked.
 

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816 Bolton at Cheltenham last night.

Was originally not sure why we opened Blocks 7 and 8 of the Colin Farmer when they didn't sell out the Hazlewoods, when it dawned on me that it was obviously from tickets sold for the original game that was postponed.
 

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I'm absolutely sure this is the number of tickets sold/not returned (probably to get points on accounts?).

Those 2 blocks your fans were in hold about 550 each, and they were not quite full. I'd say there were actually around 1000 present, which is still an incredible turnout.
 

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I'm absolutely sure this is the number of tickets sold/not returned (probably to get points on accounts?).

Those 2 blocks your fans were in hold about 550 each, and they were not quite full. I'd say there were actually around 1000 present, which is still an incredible turnout.
That's from your club report mate take it up with them
 

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That's from your club report mate take it up with them
No thanks I'm not particularly bothered :lol: Just a passing comment as I'm sure some who've seen the photo of the Shef W end doing the rounds on social media might be a little confused, if they were to compare it to say the Ipswich photo and attendance number!
 

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1,745 Cambridge at Ipswich
 

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816 Bolton at Cheltenham last night.

Was originally not sure why we opened Blocks 7 and 8 of the Colin Farmer when they didn't sell out the Hazlewoods, when it dawned on me that it was obviously from tickets sold for the original game that was postponed.
Great following that, Cheltenham away as a midweek fixture must be a dream. Hell of a day out, I'd have got in as early as was possible on the train.

Seen the photo of SWFC at Plymouth looks about 700-800, still a great following given the short notice in fairness.

Wonder what time those that didn't stay over got back this morning...
 

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No thanks I'm not particularly bothered :lol: Just a passing comment as I'm sure some who've seen the photo of the Shef W end doing the rounds on social media might be a little confused, if they were to compare it to say the Ipswich photo and attendance number!
I'd have said about 1100 myself
 

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No thanks I'm not particularly bothered :lol: Just a passing comment as I'm sure some who've seen the photo of the Shef W end doing the rounds on social media might be a little confused, if they were to compare it to say the Ipswich photo and attendance number!

If each block is 500 each, they’ve only got two of the blocks.

Still an amazing following but the picture below definitely suggests it’s around 1000. We had three of the blocks and the same number officially sold. So can only assume a few hundred of their fans bought tickets but didn’t go.


Not to say it’s not a fantastic effort from those that went though. Horrendous journey.
 

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Tuesday 4th October 2022
Burton Albion 0-1 Fleetwood Town | 1,961 [100*]
Cheltenham Town 1-0 Bolton Wanderers | 3,988 [816]
Ipswich Town 3-0 Cambridge United | 26,414 [1,745]
Plymouth Argyle 2-1 Sheffield Wednesday | 16,381 [1,481]

No idea on Fleetwood @ Burton. However, can't see it being anymore than 100. Any ideas?
 
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