The #LUFC Breakfast Debate (Wednesday 2nd December)Ballot to decide which Leeds fans return to Elland Road

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Re: The #LUFC Breakfast Debate (Wednesday 2nd December)Ballot to decide which Leeds fans return to Elland Road

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John in Louisiana wrote: Wed Dec 02, 2020 2:15 pm Tickets should go to the season ticket holders who have had their tickets the longest.

If you weren't there for the League One years, you shouldn't get in now.
Well said John :tup: that's my admission sorted

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Ellandback1 wrote: I've been told I'll be one of the first to receive the vaccine... :shock:
Is that a lottery win for you then?

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Re: The #LUFC Breakfast Debate (Wednesday 2nd December)Ballot to decide which Leeds fans return to Elland Road

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Update on Season Tickets.

Leeds United are pleased to confirm plans to roll 2020/21 Season Tickets credits over to the 2021/22 season.

We are now in a position to confirm this policy due to the increased confidence that the improving macro public health situation and government policy will allow fans back at Elland Road in the New Year.

All current Season Ticket holders will be given priority for tickets at home matches.

Season Tickets prices for the 2021/22 campaign will be frozen for the 10th consecutive year and unused Season Ticket credits from the 2020/21 season will be rolled over into next season, on a pro-rata basis.

For example, supporters who attend five matches during the 2020/21 campaign, will only need to pay for five matches to top up their Season Tickets for the 2021/22 season

We can also confirm that groups of friends and family will be able to enter ballots together and it is our aim that all Season Ticket holders are able to attend a similar amount of games.

After Season Ticket holder priority and when capacities allow, Members will receive an allocation of the tickets available, again on a balloting system.

Whilst we acknowledge this is not the perfect solution for everyone, we are facing unique and challenging times.

We thank you for your continued patience and continued support, which is vital to the team.

Further details will be released when a return to crowds at Elland Road is confirmed by the relevant authorities.

Details for seasonal hospitality customers will be communicated separately by their account managers.
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Ex-Leeds star Alex Sabella moved to intensive care in ‘delicate’ condition after picking up virus from hospital

FORMER LEEDS and Sheffield United star Alejandro Sabella is in intensive care and a ‘delicate’ condition in hospital.

The 66-year-old Argentine, who managed the his home nation until 2014, was rushed ‘urgently’ into hospital from his hometown La Plata to a facility in Buenos Aires last Thursday.

TYCSports claimed that Sabella attended the Cardiovascular Institute of Buenos Aires due to fluid retention in his legs.

They claimed the condition was not believed to be as serious as originally feared as he was making steady progress.

However, the same outlet now states he has picked up a virus while in hospital.

And now he is suffering with heart problems.

Sabella has been moved into an intensive care room and is receiving respiratory support.

The hospital has also provided a statement on his condition, stating he is in 'reserved prognosis'.

It revealed Sabella has a ‘dilated heart disease secondary to coronary disease and cardiotoxicity, with cardiogenic shock and previous infection, leading to a reserved prognosis’.

There has been a huge outpour of support from within Argentina, with ex-Manchester United and Chelsea star Juan Sebastian Veron leading them.
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Re: The #LUFC Breakfast Debate (Wednesday 2nd December)Ballot to decide which Leeds fans return to Elland Road

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rab_rant wrote: Wed Dec 02, 2020 4:35 pm Is that a lottery win for you then?

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Wow, imagine if I won the lottery.....

Never got more than 3 numbers.

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Re: The #LUFC Breakfast Debate (Wednesday 2nd December)Ballot to decide which Leeds fans return to Elland Road

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1964white wrote: Wed Dec 02, 2020 12:05 pm It does seem like those who paid £35 for a membership are receiving the same privileges as fans who spent between £300 to £750 on season-tickets in February/March, many who have shown the same commitment for the last umpteenth seasons.

Season-tickets holders should get priority
I assumed that they meant season ticket holders. They should get priority.
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HarryofOz wrote: Wed Dec 02, 2020 7:48 pm I assumed that they meant season ticket holders. They should get priority.
That would make sense.

The other thing you could do, is to allocate extra ballot tickets depending how long you've had a season ticket.

You've been a season ticket holder for 10 years. Here's 10 tickets for the ballot!
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