• Swansea players paid for all fans’ tickets at Sunderland
• Swansea threaten to revoke season tickets if fans found selling
Swansea City have threatened to punish supporters who sold tickets paid for by the first-team squad for the game at Sunderland on Saturday.
Leon Britton, the captain, came up with the idea of the players buying out the full allocation of 3,000 for the club’s crunch relegation battle at the Stadium of Light. The allocation was quickly sold out, but on Wednesday club officials confirmed “a few dozen” had been put up for sale on a ticket-selling website for more than £60 each.
Source: Football News
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