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Angry Plymouth Argyle fans are asking the club to review its ticket allocation policy after thousands found out they won’t be able to watch their team play when stadiums reopen.
On Saturday 5 December, fans will be allowed to watch League One Argyle play against Ipswich Town – but Home Park has been granted a capacity of 1,808 supporters.
Tickets for fixtures under the current restrictions have been allocated to people who bought season tickets first, leaving thousands who also bought season tickets upset they won’t get to see the Green Army play.
Donna Hone, one of the disgruntled season ticket holders, told ITV News West Country: “What really concerns me is the future of the club if this is the stance they take. There are 4,000 really disappointed people and looking at social media, they are actually thinking – do we invest next season?”