Last week Bristol City fans criticised the draconian restrictions placed upon their supporters travelling to Cardiff City away - with the upcoming fixture resembling a "bubble match". Our caseworker Amanda Jacks outlines why the FSF opposes such restrictions...
Next Monday evening, Bristol City are away to Cardiff. Travelling fans are not able to buy a ticket for the match, rather a voucher that they have a 30 minute slot to exchange for a ticket in a service station the night of the match.
This effectively forces people to travel to the game by car unless they are prepared to take a train to Cardiff, a taxi to the service station and then on to the ground.
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