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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Potential Increase in Ticket Prices...Where's Borrowdale?...Millwall Interest in QPR Players Including Lee Cook


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- Possible Ticket Prices Increases (at all clubs) Because of Possible VAT Increases

- Nottingham Forest Official Site- Season Tickets - Important VAT Information
Jun 16, 2010
Nottingham Forest would like to make supporters aware of potential Government legislation that could affect the cost of season tickets at The City Ground.
An emergency budget is scheduled for next Tuesday, June 22, and a number of fans have contacted us regarding speculation concerning a change in the rate of VAT.
It currently stands at 17.5 per cent although there is no certainty that VAT will be increased - nor how quickly any rise would take effect.
Currently, all season tickets are inclusive of 17.5 per cent VAT and a full list of current prices can be found by clicking here.
If the Government announce a change in VAT rates on June 22 the club will issue a statement via the website once the facts surrounding any change are known.
Meantime supporters can guarantee renewing their season tickets at the advertised prices by returning their completed application forms and payment before 22nd June.
Supporters wishing to renew their season tickets are reminded that they have until Saturday June 26 to secure their seat, before general sale will start on Saturday July 3.
Season ticket renewals can be made now online at www.nffcretail.co.uk, over the phone on 0871 226 1980 or in person from the Brian Clough Ticket Office.
Supporters are reminded that the Club Shop and Ticket Office are undergoing a major refit during the closed season and should use the Brian Clough Stand Ticket Office for all renewals.
Seasonal corporate hospitality clients are also asked to be mindful that prices could change if there is a change in the rate of VAT.
For more information contact hospitality@nottinghamforest.co.uk Nottingham Forest

Posted on: Wed 16 Jun 2010
BARNSLEY Football Club would like to make supporters aware of potential rise in the cost of season tickets at Oakwell Stadium pending next week's emergency Government Budget.
An emergency Budget is scheduled for next Tuesday (June 22, 2010) with a possible rise in the rate of Value Added Tax (VAT) on the agenda. VAT currently stands at 17.5 per cent although there is no certainty the rate will be increased or how quickly any potential rise would come into effect.
Season tickets at Oakwell Stadium are inclusive of VAT at the rate of 17.5 per cent - a full list of current prices can be found by clicking here.
If the new Government does announce a change to the rate of VAT on Tuesday, Barnsley Football Club will make a further statement regarding amendments to the price of season tickets at Oakwell Stadium.
- Supporters can still book their season tickets at the advertised rates before any potential VAT rise on June 22.
Click here for the latest season ticket information from Oakwell Stadium.
Barnsley supporters can also beat any VAT rise by pre-ordering the brand new Reds' home kit today from the Superstore and online. Click here for more.
Executive season ticket holders should also be mindful of a potential change to prices should the rate of VAT be increased next week. For more information contact marketing@barnsleyfc.co.uk. Barnsley Official Site

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Ben Kosky/Kilburn Times - Lions consider Cook move
- MILLWALL have confirmed their interest in Lee Cook should the QPR winger be made available for transfer.
- Cook has struggled to recapture full match fitness since he was sidelined by a botched knee operation last year and could lose his place in the Rs side once Darren Ambrose completes his move from Crystal Palace.
- Lions boss Kenny Jackett, who worked with Cook during his time as Ian Holloway's number two at Loftus Road, is an admirer of the winger and is looking for proven Championship players to strengthen his newly-promoted squad.
- Jackett's assistant Joe Gallen, the former QPR youth team boss, told the Times: "Because of the number of managers they've had, there's been a high turnover of players.
- "We keep a close eye on QPR because we know there are a few who may not fit into Neil Warnock's plans.
- "There may be someone we can sign or take on loan and if a player of the calibre of Lee Cook came up, we'd have to be interested."
- The 27-year-old, who supported Rangers as a youngster, has made almost 200 appearances for the club in three separate spells and was Player of the Year in 2007.
- QPR will be aiming to make it third time lucky when they face League Two side Port Vale in the first round of the Carling Cup in August.
- Rangers have been knocked out by the Potteries side in both their two previous meetings in the competition - losing a first round replay in 1960 and suffering a 3-2 defeat at Vale Park four years ago.
- Micky Adams' team will travel to Loftus Road on Tuesday August 10. Kilburn Times

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The Sun - Spurs’ Adel in Villa thriller
ADEL TAARABT may be in line for a shock switch to Villarreal.
The La Liga outfit is said to be keen on the £4.5million-rated Spurs midfielder, 21, who spent last season on loan at QPR. The Sun

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