The population of Burnley is 88,000 and Turf Moor has a ground capacity of 21,944, and they manage to survive in the Premiership.
The population of Exeter is 128,000 and St James park has a ground capacity of 8,696 and we manage to consistently stay in Division 2 !!!
We have the potential...
So if we have sold say 1500 season tickets, and the club have the money tucked away from these sales, and the limit is put at 1500 when the league resumes, where is the extra turnover on a matchday going to come from if its not through the turnstiles ?
I think the simple answer here is to include all cup games as a free entry as part of the new season ticket price should the season get underway, whenever.
This would seem to me to be the ideal solution to the quandry of having paid for 5 unseen league games.
The top 3 places should be secure, the main talking point has to be Exeter City or Cheltenham for the 4th place. Would it not be simple as they have to play each other before the real season were to finish, that the 2 sides played a 'winner gets promotion' game behind closed doors on a neutral...