Coventry away. Ticket / travel restrictions

Last updated : 30 January 2007 By Michael Morris
Fans travelling to Coventry for the match at the Ricoh on February 10th will have to stop at Corley Service to collect match tickets.

Vouchers only will be sold pre match so supporters cannot go straight to the ground. This procedure took place last season and also at other grounds like Hull.

It's an improvement on the ban at Wolves but still something that many fans will find annoying to say the least. I expect we will see restrictions when we travel to WBA and Birmingham as well.

Coventry ticket prices are £22 for adults with concessions varying between £8 and £11.

Just out of interest you might want to know what happens when Wolves play WBA. I've not heard Jez Moxey or the West Midlands police calling for bans or travel restrictions just yet for fans of those clubs. What is also alarming is how hundreds of Wolves fans left the game to prepare themselves for trouble, according to the police, that's exactly what happened when they ambushed City fans two years ago. Click links below.

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