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Where Blackpool and Charlton supporters have made alliances with other fanbases — with fans from other distressed clubs joining them for demos and vice versa — club-specific protest movements in the top flight have tended to remain self-contained.
Indeed, there often seems to be less sympathy for disgruntled Premier League fan groups, with the examples of Blackpool, Charlton and so on often used to make the point fairly or otherwise that things could be a lot worse.
When Premier League fans have had more success with protests, it is usually because they have focused on issues which cut through club allegiances.
In , supporters of Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham marched to the headquarters of the Premier League to demand lower ticket prices, a move which saw Richard Scudamore meet with fan representatives.
Everton have frozen season ticket prices for the fourth year running and other clubs should follow suit. Not only were the Liverpool price rises cancelled, the club apologised.
While Monday night football is seen as a fairly benign aspect of English football, there are still numerous issues which have the potential to unite supporters.
For supporters to get their voices heard they must be prepared to protest not once or twice a season, but over and over again until the situation is resolved in their favour.
On top of that fans have to be strategic, creative and prepared to make genuine sacrifices, whether that means walkouts, well observed boycotts or lawful demonstrations which disrupt match atmosphere: Most importantly, fans must be able to make common ground and find aims and objectives which transcend rivalries and club colours.
Managerial performance, transfer spending and recruitment at any one club are ultimately trivial concerns when looking at the bigger picture, all easily dismissed as first-world problems especially when it comes to Premier League sides.
In the face of a game which suffers from a widening disconnect with its fans — which needs more democracy and transparency where it really matters — supporters need to fight the right battles.
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