Date: 18th March 2020 at 12:00pm
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Lots of Leeds United fans have been fuming at the ‘mind-blowing idiocy’ of the club for urging supporters to renew their season tickets during the coronavirus pandemic.

The club tweeted on Tuesday evening that supporters only have until Friday, March 27 to secure their seats for the 2020/21 season, with prices for next season frozen on the current fees regardless of what division we find ourselves competing in.

If fans do not renew their season tickets before next week’s deadline, they risk losing their seat and taking advantage of the price freeze, which is subject to individual circumstances alongside the terms and conditions.

Fans wishing to renew their season tickets will be able to spread payments thanks to the club offering a finance option through official partner Premium Credit, although supporters are far from happy at the club for urging fans to renew during these uncertain times.

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The UK government are currently being urged to do more to help families and workers affected by the coronavirus outbreak, following an announcement that £350billion will be on offer to help struggling companies.

Conference Premier side Barnet have already been forced to put all of their non-playing staff on notice of redundancy as an “emergency measure” following the suspension of all fixtures.

Here are some of the messages shared as fans reacted to the club’s tweet, posted on the Elland Road specific account…

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