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Opposition Support 2009/2010



The definitive guide to how many fans the opposition brought to Gresty Road.

Opposition followings for season 09/10. The full attendance in brackets:

Bradford - 726 (5,127)
Accrington Stanley - 186 (3,810)
Shrewsbury - 847 (4,283)
Cheltenham - 247 (3,488)
Notts County - 985 (5,003)
Grimsby Town - 238 (3,272)
Barnet - 127 (3,551>
Chesterfield - 294 (3,278)
Northampton - 513 (4,036)
Torquay - 141 (3,421)
Bournemouth - 189 (3741)
Darlington - 176 (3,717)
Rochdale - 1,192 (5,563)
Lincoln City - 230 (3,632)
Burton Albion - 473 (3,446)
Morecambe - 212 (4,113)
Port Vale - 2,263 (6,943)
Rotherham - 683 (4,253)
Bury - 481 (3,534)
Aldershot - 316 (3,661)
Macclesfield - 524 (4,151)
Hereford - 207 (3,731)
Dag & Red - 187 (3,936)

Total opposition fans for the season: 11,434
Average opposition support: 497


The Journalist

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Date:Sunday September 26 2010

Time: 1:31AM

 

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