Date:Wednesday June 6 2007
The new season is on the way and season tickets are being sold. Already more than 12,000 have been sold.
Fans suffered play-off heart break when they crashed out of the play-offs to Derby, on penalties. Almost 5,000 fans went up to Pride Park to support the Saints and created a great atmosphere.
Fans are already up for next season, as it will be another push for promotion. With it being Saints` third season in the Championship we really need to get back up.
This time last year Saints had sold around 7000 season tickets so it is a big improvement.
Commercial Director Andy Oldknow said 'We are absolutely delighted with the way season tickets have been sold this year and with the response from the supporters. This is a testament to the pricing policy delivered by the club earlier this year.`
Let`s hope next season has a reason to celebrate at the end of it.
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