As things stand, I wouldn’t renew my season ticket.
I haven’t really enjoyed what I’ve been watching for a few years and I don’t see any signs of that changing soon.
I haven’t wanted to renew from an enjoyment perspective and only relented because I wanted to support Pomlett in what I thought was going to be a new “liberated” club. The visible evidence post takeover regrettably shows little or no improvement overall.
My season ticket represents good value in terms of cost, but very poor value in terms of entertainment. As an individual I don’t feel in the slightest bit valued. I can’t say that I’ve lost interest in the club, but I’m at a low ebb with it.
I would possibly feel better about the last two and a half seasons if I had simply donated the cost of the season tickets to the club and not bothered attending to witness the football. I’ve just been clinging on in the hope of improvement and by the embers of habit.
A few wins would no doubt set me back on track, such is the in-built attachment.
In an irrational contrast to what I’ve just said, I would be more inclined to purchase an attractively priced Away Season Ticket, if such a thing could be developed between all of the clubs in the league. Like everyone, having seen us struggle away from home over many years, I have become accustomed to having a low expectation of our chances of success and I used to be satisfied if we at least scored a goal. It somehow seemed to make the journey home a little easier to bear. To now have a low expectation of our chances of success at home, is getting too much.