Arsenal fans pleased with freeze on ticket prices

Arsenal player Oliver Giroud celebrates with his teammates after scoring the opening goal in his sides match with Brighton and Hove Albion on January 26, 2013
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Arsenal fans agree with the club's decision to freeze their ticket prices for the 2013-14 campaign.

The Arsenal Supporters Trust have backed the club's decision to freeze their ticket prices for next season.

The North London club made headlines earlier this month when it was revealed that they sold some of the most expensive match tickets in the top flight of English football.

"There is a general feeling football has become too expensive for the working family and this announcement there will be no price increase for next year is good," AST spokesman Tim Payton told Sky Sports News.

The Gunners were criticised for their high prices when Manchester City sent 912 tickets back to their rivals as fans were unwilling to pay £62 for an away ticket.

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