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Old 12-01-2019, 11:33 PM
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Originally Posted by bubbs11 View Post
We were even given a vote on the matter if I remember rightly.
In "We All Follow The Palace" it says the club received 2,289 completed questionnaires (which was in the Blackburn programme)that produced a 9-1 majority for "no merger" (with Wimbledon).

Breaking down the figures 10% of Lifeline members were in favour of a merger, 7% of season ticket holders and 6% of supporters. 22 non Palace supporters were against the merger.

The attendance at the Blackburn game was just under 6,000. Advertiser quotes Ron Noades in the days before the game..

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