Date: 22nd July 2021 at 1:30pm
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Many Leeds United have been talking about the tweet from the club that emerged on Twitter.

The club’s official Twitter account recently posted an update for the fans, claiming that in partnership with the Supporter Advisory Board, the Whites have reviewed their policy for away tickets for the 2021/22 campaign.

A link on the club’s website claimed that the allocation of away tickets will be founded on rewarding away while allowing a wider fanbase to attend games. The maximum number of away fans allowed for games is 3,000.

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The policy will continue to be based on rewarding fans who regularly attend away games, with members who have attended 100 away games in the last five seasons guaranteed a ticket. The tweet about this update drew the attention of many Leeds fans, who began talking about this news.

What did LUFC fans make of this update?

“Maximum 3,000 in the Prem is a shambles.

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“But keep selling memberships where folk who have been members for years and have the same chance of getting tickets as folk who have joined this year. Double standards…….any chance in reviewing this?”

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“Absolutely devastated – just done a count and I am on 99.”

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