On 14th August supporters once again marched on the Premier League and Football League Headquarters which brought the issue of ticket prices back onto the media's agenda.
Fans from dozens of clubs were involved and a delegation met with Premier League Chief Executive Richard Scudamore and representatives from the Football League. Fans from dozens of clubs were involved in addition to Ian Stirling (MUST Vice Chair) and Duncan Drasdo (MUST CEO) from MUFC there were strong contingents from Liverpool, Everton, Newcastle United and Sunderland along with fans from Southampton, Crystal Palace, Cardiff City, AFC Wimbledon, Leyton Orient, Nottingham Forest, West Ham United, Chelsea, Leeds United, Brentford, Arsenal, Chelsea, Stoke City, Spurs, QPR, Aston Villa, Sheffield Wednesday, Plymouth Argyle, Bristol City, Doncaster Rovers, Bradford City, Norwich City
MUST Banner at demo outside Premier League HQ
As previously MUST was recognised as a crucial fan group to have in the delegation for the meeting with MUST chief executive Duncan Drasdo (DD) being invited to attend the meeting with Richard Scudamore (RS) and other senior PL staff.
Some key points which DD argued in the meeting:
A slightly blurred photo taken just before the PL meeting started