Date: 31st July 2019 at 7:30am
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Leeds fans have had a few run-ins with the club over the summer.

Whether it be their decision to sell Pontus Jansson to Brentford, their refusal to sign a centre-back afterwards, or flying all the way across the world and seemingly not putting in as much effort as they could during the Australia trip.

Although it hasn’t been all bad, they did listen to one fan’s calls when it came to announcing Helder Costa.

Now they’re at loggerheads again, this time over something as simple as tickets for Salford City in the Carabao Cup. Anticipation for the game has been high ever since the two teams were drawn together back in June, and now that the club has finally released details on how fans can get tickets.

With Salford’s stadium having such a small capacity, Leeds have only been given an allocation of 1,400 and the club have decided, quite sensibly in my view, to allocate tickets based on a loyalty scheme based on how many away games fans did last season. However, this decision has been met with anger by a lot of supporters, who think that the scheme is unfair. Although there were one or two who decided to have fun with it rather than remain angry.

While one fan took the oppurtunity to take a dig at the club’s owners. Some rivalries will never die by the look of it

 
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