Newcastle have issued an update regarding ticket sales for a pre-season game and, as expected the fans have reacted negatively, again.
The club’s official Twitter page stated the tickets for the pre-season match with Hibernian are available to season ticket holders with 10 or more away points.
The campaigns to boycott games appears to be working because it was only a few days ago the offer was to people with 20 or more points.
Some of the fan-base were slightly cheered up by Luke Edwards’ Tweet contradicting an earlier report that the club wanted to appoint Roberto Martinez as manager.
However, that does not appear it would be enough to win the fans back judging by their reactions on social media, some took to Twitter to share their reactions to the ticket update.
One stated ‘that’s more points than we’ll get this season’ whilst another felt they are an ‘absolute disgrace of a club’ for the way they have been treating the supporters.
???? Tickets for Newcastle United’s pre-season friendly against @HibernianFC have just gone on sale to season ticket holders with 10 or more away points.
— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) July 3, 2019
That’s more points than we’ll get this season @NUFC
— Sir Toon Army (@ThaiToonArmy) July 3, 2019
Absolute disgrace of a club
— SM ⚫️⚪️ ???????? (@ftblsammm) July 3, 2019
Employ a manager. Sign 2 strikers.
— NUFC Away (@NUFC_1987) July 3, 2019
Form an orderly queue ????????♂️
— Andy Ebdale (@ebdale4) July 3, 2019
We’ll start being fans when you starting being a football club
— Kriss⚫️⚪️ (@KrissNufc12) July 3, 2019
No communication on takeover, no manager, selling our better players, no investment in new players, all this 6 week before season starts yet your increasing ticket prices and selling the most expensive strip in the league.
— Ash Clarkson (@AshClarkson70) July 3, 2019
Why don’t you just make it zero points? We are not going. ????♂️#nufc
— stanleyroad (@dfsman09) July 3, 2019
Be advised, you may have to play up front for the second half if you buy a ticket
— Conor Bennett (@CBennett_12) July 3, 2019
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