firstly I mentioned a few things about both sides
secondly your home crowd is the same as if you buy a season ticket you will have a ticket for both games so how close the games are is irrelevant!
You don't say it in the same way as you do with Widnes though. For instance our crowd against London (5,300) resulted in half a week questioning our Super League existence despite this being an irrelevant question these days. However, 4,000 for Wakey-London resulted in you praising the noise of the crowd. For some reason rather than focus on Widnes's good start you are obsessed with pointing out the crowd figures, 2 of the 3 have been improvements and the 3rd a drop of less than 300 on a Thursday night Sky game. It's hardly new news our figures have been stable for years and are actually at 104% of the equivalent games last year. I wonder how many clubs will be saying that after 3 home games?
As for your second point you have proved yourself a walking contradiction. You make the bizarre claim that season tickets are making up the whole crowd yet seem surprised that crowd is not much different than the previous two games. What is it, do season tickets make up the whole crowd meaning that the game wasn't affected by Sky TV or do they only make up a portion of the crowd, meaning that the walk up crowd would inevitably have been effected by the Thursday night Sky game.
You can't have both.
Edited by Maximus Decimus, 07 March 2014 - 06:51 PM.