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Stranded 7:05 Thu Nov 17
BBC: Price of Football: Full results 2016
Some surprising bits and pieces.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/37953195

Did you know we have the most expensive pie in the entire PL? (£4.10) And that chelsea have by far the cheapest, at a recession busting £2.50?

Or that at £2.40 we have the second most expensive cup of tea, with only Liverpool and Man Utd's costing more at £2.50? And that chelsea and Palace have the cheapest at a quid?

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13 Brentford Rd 9:36 Thu Nov 17
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Pretty sure the catering has little or nothing to do with us Boots.

LeroysBoots 8:21 Thu Nov 17
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It's all smoke and mirrors

SKY pays the clubs the real money, all of this tittle tattle like tea and pies is pocket money to the clubs so it just goes to show HOW FUCKING GREEDY they are by charging this much, and our club is one of the very worst

Stranded 7:28 Thu Nov 17
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I pulled the stuff about pies and cups of tea out of their tables, it wan't highlighted in the article. I was just taking the piss because to me, at 5:30am or whenever it was I posted it, including things like that seemed a bit trivial/daft.

That said, I am still surprised that chelsea have the cheapest of both..

They don't highlight anything, about any club. It's just the prices of a range of things, listed by club.

Headtheball 7:08 Thu Nov 17
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Funny they don't mention that we have the second lowest cost season ticket. Hull being the lowest. The BBC have to get a dig in about tea and pies first.

franksfat&slow&wank 6:29 Thu Nov 17
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don't buy the cunt, they'll soon drop the prices

penners28 6:29 Thu Nov 17
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People can fuck off and support someone else if they dont like it an all

Pagey 6:27 Thu Nov 17
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Not really irrelevant as I'm highlighting that, despite the cost being high, there are plenty of alternatives so people should just stop moaning about everything because it gets fucking boring.

Hammers1993 5:23 Thu Nov 17
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Pagey 2:05 Thu Nov 17

Irrelevant.

As this article isn't comparing what "nearby food outlets closest to a teams stadium offer the best prices", it is comparing stadiums food prices.

Weird argument to make.

gph 2:50 Thu Nov 17
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I think that we only get a proportion of the sales on a match day over a certain figure, although I've forgotten what that proportion is, and the point where it starts to get paid.

And I don't know if that point has ever been reached.

Iron Duke 2:33 Thu Nov 17
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I thought we didn't get any of the money for food and drink sold in the ground?

Pagey 2:05 Thu Nov 17
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If only we had a couple of shopping centres nearby which had loads of places that sold cheap food and drink.

penners28 1:53 Thu Nov 17
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AFFORDABLE FAMILY FOOTBALL

Keeno78 1:46 Thu Nov 17
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Articles like this almost allow the clubs to justify ridiculous prices though. The true fact of the matter is football as a whole is overpriced and poor value for money currently.

I'd like to know how many bottom priced season tickets were actually available at that rate, bet with some its only a handful.

Furthermore how much they've been bumped up every year on trend.

Meanwhile a big stat left out which would be very interesting is the clubs away travel, cost and subsidisation offered, not just the ticket.

Hammers1993 1:08 Thu Nov 17
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Even the water in the ground is nearly 2 I think..... WATER!

Stranded 12:28 Thu Nov 17
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claret. Sorry, didn't see it. Delete this one if it's already done.

claret on my shirt 12:15 Thu Nov 17
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i did this thread last night , smh

gph 12:09 Thu Nov 17
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What's the value for money of the tea?

£1 for a cup of undrinkable shit is beaten by £2.40 for something it's possible to enjoy.

Even a coffee devotee like me can sometimes (well, about once a year) enjoy a cup of tea.

Far Cough 11:48 Thu Nov 17
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2.40 nicker for a cup of Rosie is outright larceny

On The Ball 11:47 Thu Nov 17
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£2.40 for a cup of tea, fucking hell!

DaveT 11:45 Thu Nov 17
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Shouldn't it be a pie chart?

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 8:49 Thu Nov 17
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Ooh, I do love a WH related bar chart and percentage figure, me!

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