Very well known Exeweb poster
- Mar 9, 2004
- Back home in the village
So you know the demographics of the attendance week in, week out? You can sit there and tell me, for example, that 75% of those attending are Trust members, 10% are away fans and the rest of us are day trippers on our jollies. Of course you can't............ and I don't suppose that even those with answers available to them would know without looking. All I'm asking that they look into it and if there is a case for what I believe there might be then do something about it. If I'm wrong, fair enough.If the club was ‘alienating a decent section of its core support’, how do you explain our huge jump in attendances this season?
Being Trust owned is a core part of the club’s identity. Fans who for whatever weird reason don’t want to be part of that do not deserve priority access to tickets.
*sits back and waits…*
To answer your direct question at the start, success. Nothing more, nothing less. If we get relegated next season, because we're staying up this barring a catastrophe, do you think the attendances will stay the same? Of course not. Or are you really trying to suggest it's got something to do with a surge in Trust members???