Almeria has made available to its followers 461 tickets for the clash of the New Archangel (Sunday, 20:00 hours), where the rojiblanco set could certify permanence mathematically in case of adding three points. The price set for these places by the Córdoba is 30 euros, but the entity of the Vega de Acá assumes five euros of each entry, as it considers the price is “too heavy,” as noted in a news on its website official.
In his Twitter account the Almeria also complains about the cost. “The tickets offered by the Córdoba CF are priced at € 30. Our club, understanding the high price, will finance € 5 of each ticket,” says a tweet. The Almeria entity also laments that in the first round tried to agree with the Cordovan one agreed price of 15 euros for the visiting fans both in the New Archangel and the Mediterranean, but “our communications did not have an answer,” says the UDA, that reiterates that it has reached agreements of this type with the majority of clubs in the competition.
The followers of the Califal table paid 30 euros in the first leg, the price of tickets in the Mediterranean in the grandstand, area of the field where the visiting fans are destined, while in preference the cost is 20 euros and half in both funds .
For his part, on Sunday moments after Sagués Oscoz finished the Almeria-Granada (2-0), Alfonso Garcia declared the following to the media: “On Monday we will speak with the Penas Federation, businessmen, city council. We want to put all of our part to try to displace the maximum possible fans. ” Without the presence of these entrepreneurs, finally the City of Almeria will finance a couple of coaches for Almeria fans who intend to move to Cordoba in this medium. The Almería will pay the rest of the buses.
“Before the comments that are emerging on this issue of entries, the UD Almeria wants to make clear several aspects: On the one hand, that the locations sent by the Cordoba are 461, not 536”, explains the UDA on its website. These locations can be acquired today, Wednesday and Thursday, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., and on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., with the need to submit an Almeria subscription for take out the entrance.