Don't see why all ticket will hit the gate.
They will be easily accessable and if you want to attend you will make sure you get one simple as that.
Not easily accessible to everyone, presumably that's the whole idea of making the game all ticket in the first place.
Just think its a shame if the behaviour of a bunch of louts 7 years ago (I'd imagine the vast majority of them won't have been to an East Hull game since) is allowed to get in the way of say, a Salford City Reds supporter who might fancy taking in the match but will not be sufficiently committed / well informed to buy a ticket days in advance and make the necessary trip to Walkden/Swinton (it seems tickets are not being sold through the shop at the Willows). What about people in work all week or those who don't live particularly nearby? It feels as though the louts have won the day really.
Certainly shouldn't be anything to worry about on the pitch this time, ought to be at least a 50 point margin of victory. With the squad as it stands whoever gets the chance to play needs to make the most of the opportunity to impress the coach, even if the opposition is an amateur side.