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Hammers poor start fails to deter fans

Despite a poor start to the season the Hammers away support is holding up well.

The match at Elland Road scheduled to take place on Wednesday 4th January sold out to season ticket holders with 22 or more priority points despite a planned train strike. The allocation was 2,852.

According to  Six Foot Two (6foot2.co.uk) the game against Nottingham Forest had an allocation of 2957 and was sold out to season ticket holders with 22 or more priority points.

Meanwhile, Aston Villa had an allocation of 2961 but sold out quickly to season ticket holders with 24 or more priority points.

Silkeborg Away with our 760 allocation has been the first game to sell out to Claret members.

Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. with an allocation of 2986, sold out to season ticket holders with 22 or more priority points.

Everton at Goodison Park with our 2972 allocation sold out to season ticket holders with 19 or more priority points.

Anderlecht Away with our 1132 allocation sold out to season ticket holders with 40 or more priority points.

Southampton Away with our 3242 allocation sold out to season ticket holders with 25 or more priority points.

Liverpool Away with our 2936 allocation sold out to season ticket holders with 37 or more priority points.

Manchester United Away with our 3173 allocation sold out to season ticket holders with 23 or more priority points.

Anderlecht Away with our 1132 allocation sold out to season ticket holders with 40 or more priority points.

FCSB Away with our 2849 allocation has been the only second game to sell out to Claret members.

Arsenal away on boxing day sold out to season ticket holders with 28 or more priority points.

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