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Arsenal & Liverpool fans make joint stand

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Fans groups’ from both Arsenal and Liverpool came together at the weekend to protest extortionate ticket pricing – with Liverpool fans being charged £64 to see their team away at the Emirates Stadium.

The high-profile protest was organised by the Arsenal Supporters’ Trust, Black Scarf Movement, Gooner Fanzine and the Redaction Gooners – on the Arsenal side – and from Liverpool: The Spirit of Shankly and Spion Kop 1906.

We fully support the action of our affiliates and associates who once again have brought poor ticket pricing into the spotlight.

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