"I understand people have been there for a long time, sitting in their seat for 30 years and they don't like change. We understand that, but for the club to go forward we've got to make some decisions. We hope it doesn't inconvenience people too much but if it does, it does. There'll be some extra money to try and compete in the Championship. Ideally, you spend two or three years there trying to consolidate because it's not the golden egg everyone thinks, you probably lose more money in the Championship than at this level."
Alan Hardy added, "It is very difficult planning for next season because we don't know what division we are playing in. Normally at this time season-ticket renewals are taking place but obviously they have had to be put on hold. We have had meetings to discuss prices but they will vary depending whether we are playing in the Championship or League One."