Bradford fans snap up free tickets to Adams Park

The away end was empty when Wanderers faced Morecambe a fortnight ago

The away end was empty when Wanderers faced Morecambe a fortnight ago

First published in Sport Bucks Free Press: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

VISITING Bradford fans have been handed an early Christmas present after club bosses decided to give away up to 2,000 tickets for tomorrow's game at Adams Park.

As a way of thanking fans for their support the Bantams bought 2,000 tickets for the Dreams Stand and this week have been giving them away to supporters.

They're also laying on cheap transport in a bid to get as many fans down to Bucks as possible.

A full away end contrasts to the last match at Adams Park, where just 56 travelling Morecambe fans were given seats in a corner of the Main Stand, and Blues boss Gareth Ainsworth is looking forward to welcoming the travelling Yorkshire hordes.

He said: "It's fantastic to see them come down, it's good for the club and it creates a good atmosphere on the pitch."

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