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Should Rangers fans help subsidise accessibility plans?

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Today's main site article discusses the unacceptable facilities offered to disabled fans at Ibrox. Although, the club are attempting to facilitate debate on the issue via their own stakeholder group, Gersnet is interested to find out if our supporters would be willing to contribute to the inevitable financial cost going forward.

For example, as well utilising the circa £500,000 RFFF monies remaining in the Assembly bank account (in whole or in part), how else could supporters help share the financial burden? Should there be a 'tick-box' in the season ticket renewal form to allow one-off or ongoing 'donations' for such projects? Can community-interest groups such as Rangers First or the Trust help? Could sponsorship of disabled facilities be achieved? Or, indeed, should the club be doing this without supporters' money?

Although this a rather empirical solution, we'd like our site users to answer the following simple questions to see what's possible in terms of fan contributions. We'll ensure the club are made aware of the results.

 

Should season ticket holders help subsidise this work?
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If yes, how much would you be willing to pay?
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