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  1. The higher price for many games compared to previous seasons. Our attendances are around 2,000-3000 lower compared to a few seasons ago and I think many younger fans, people on lower incomes and families are being deterred from coming regularly. Midweek games (unless it is Forest or Leeds) should be no higher than £15-£20. I am a season ticket holder and I have noticed fewer people for many matches, particularly in the Toyota Upper and North Stand, I appreciate we have a very high wage bill, but it is better to generate more match day income from more fans coming to the ground rather than charging higher prices for fewer fans in the stadium.
  2. Trevor Hebberd, Paul Blades and Mel Sage. Three excellent and consistent players who were part of the great team from 1987 to 1990. They never seemed to get the recognition they deserved from many of our fans.
  3. Kyle McAllister - He has the skill and pace of Harry Wilson, but not his shooting ability from long-range. He will need a few games to gain confidence but if he is given the chance, he could be a useful substitute at the at the start of the season and then a first-team regular.
  4. I would prefer a young manager that will play attractive football and will stick around for at least 2 or 3 years. We can't go back to the older Manager such as Hughton, Pulis or Allardyce playing dull football. Mikel Arteta would be my choice. I think Guardiola will be at Man City for another 2 or 3 years and he will not stand in his way. if Arteta was approached by Derby. He is familiar with English football and will be aware of our great history and more importantly, our potential with so many promising young players.
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