York City fans snap up away tickets

York City general manager John McGhee puts up the ‘sold out’ sign after the last few remaining tickets for the League Two play-off second leg tie at Fleetwood were snapped up by fans

York City general manager John McGhee puts up the ‘sold out’ sign after the last few remaining tickets for the League Two play-off second leg tie at Fleetwood were snapped up by fans

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YORK City will be roared on by more than a thousand fans during their Sky Bet League Two play-off, semi-final second leg at Fleetwood.

The Minstermen sold the last of their 1,056 allocation of tickets for next Friday night's clash at 10.45am yesterday.

A total of 872 tickets were sold to season-ticket holders on Thursday with the rest snapped up quickly after the Bootham Crescent offices opened for business at 9am.

City supporters have also bought every available home ticket for tonight's first leg at Bootham Crescent.

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