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Buying An Owls Season Ticket?

Will YOU be buying an SWFC season ticket next season?

With the prices announced, and the Owls Championship status now secure after the 2-0 Bank Holiday victory at Brighton, we at Vital Football want to you if YOU the fans will buying a season ticket next season.

This week's poll looks at who will, and who won't be buying a season ticket next season - so place your votes NOW! Wether you're renewing, not renewing, buying one for the first time, or simply can't make the matches - let us know in our poll!

The pre-season optimism seems to have crept in earlier than usual at Hillsborough, following the news that Owls boss Paul Sturrock will be given extra money to fund new signings in a bid to progress in the Championship. The Owls fine late-season form has also won many admirers.

Is SWFC an obsession, a drug, whereby no matter how good or bad they are, you'll always follow them through thick and thin!?

Are you not happy with how the club is currently run, or don't agree with the price hikes to fund new players?

We want to know YOUR opinions, so have YOUR say on our message board and let us know what you think. You can access the forums here: Click Here!!

The poll results will be in early next week so HAVE YOUR SAY!




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The Journalist

Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 20 2006

Time: 12:25PM

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I'll definately be renewing mine. The optimism feels a bit different this season. I think next season will be our best in a long time, and the more fans we get at Hillsborough the better the team will play. Hopefully we'll match the great numbers of season tickets sold this season!
spirtySWFC
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20/04/2006 15:58:00

I'm looking forward to next season with a greater sense of anticipation than I've had for a long time. When we got promotion to the Championship, there were still doubts about whether we could go the distance: true, some would say we scraped through to stay up - but I'm anticipating what Sturrock can do with a little extra cash and a group of players with a season's valuable experience under their belts. The future is bright: I'm not quite wearing my shades yet but I think it's going to be a good season for the Owls. If only I wasn't 12000 miles away :-)
Auckland Owl
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20/04/2006 20:49:00

I'll definately be renewing mine. It all goes to making the club better so Im prepared to pay more to watch better footy :)
welshyowl
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21/04/2006 12:23:00

 

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