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Fans tell Virgin Media why they back Twenty’s Plenty

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The FSF recently joined forces with Virgin Media to cut costs for away fans – with the Southampton shirt sponsor backing the Twenty’s Plenty campaign.

Virgin Media will be subsidising all away fans who visit St Mary’s Stadium this season, capping the ticket cost at £20.

Following the launch of the initiative a number of fans of Premier League club spoke to Virgin Media about the importance of the campaign. You can see a selection of their thoughts below…

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