Date: 11th April 2008 at 9:08pm
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Queens Park Rangers final away game of the season (Saturday 26 April) is a complete sell-out.

Just over 1,300 Rangers fans snapped up the Carrow Road tickets shortly after they went on sale, meanwhile those without tickets have been advised not to travel.

As the saying goes, if you ain’t got a ticket you ain’t coming in!

Bizarre

Carrow Road currently has a capacity of over 26,000 so why on earth have QPR been given a poultry 1,300 tickets?

Vital QPR says…

Norwich fans can expect a few away supporters to be seated closer than you think!



7 Replies to “Norwich Sold Out”

  • It really annoys me when we get a poultry 1300 tickets. We all know that falls far short of what we actually need. We know Rangers fans are an intelligent bunch and will use the ‘ways and means act’ to get tickets in the home ends.

  • Their last home game of the season, we’re ok and don’t cause problems I don’t think they’d be that bothered if we managed to get into home areas they are usually a sell out though!

  • thats becuase we manage to see out all our tickets….you’ll do lucky to get any home tickets. this will be a sell out because it is dion’s last ever game…..and prossibly hucks aswell

  • You’ll do well to get tickets in the home end. Most of us have struggled to get tickets for it, what with it being the last home game of the season, Dion’s last game, maybe Hucks’ last game. It’s one of the “problems” in having near-on 20,000 season ticket holders! 🙂

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