This is because the Premier League decided to replace the Away Supporters' Initiative, which many clubs used to subsidise coach travel, with the £30 price cap. Each club seems to be taking a different approach now, and THFC has indicated that while it will not be subsidising coach travel as it did last season, it will look at subsidised travel for those games that are impossible to travel to and from using public transport. The Club felt subsidising the relatively low number of fans using the coaches across the board was not fair. We have raised the point that it seemed to consider the move fair for the last three seasons. We have also been in touch with Thomas Cook Sport, who run the coaches our fans use to away games, and are club sponsors.
We will continue to pursue other avenues to achieve this aim for Spurs fans across the board, and to discuss specific travel initiatives for those away games where fans are seriously inconvenienced by the lack of transport options with THFC.
10 August 2016
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