I kind of agree, but then you can argue that some folk who go to the Reebok, just go to watch premiership football and aren't necessarily bothered about Bolton winning. Nice if we do, but it doesn't spoil their week. They just like top flight football every other month or whatever.....
You're just on the wind up now, yes?
Seriously, who are these people? You really think that people exist out there who only go to the Reebok to watch Premiership football and not be bothered about Bolton?
If that were true why would they subject themselves to the pain of a BWFC matchday experience rather than watch it at home on the telly or for free on the internet?
You'd be surprised at just how many of these folk exist, and 'football tourism' is pretty big business (albeit not quite as much with the recession and whatnot).
From a personal point of view as someone who struggles for Saturday games so generally goes to the Sunday/midweek ones, I'll be going to a ton more games next season than the past couple of years. I'm also someone who goes to watch Bolton and the opposition doesn't really make a jot of difference.
I've got a couple of mates who do this. Both United fans who can't afford to watch them every week, so one has a season ticket at Rovers, the other at Wigan because it's a way of watching cheap Premier League football every week.
For what it's worth I won't be getting a season ticket next season. The main reason is I'm moving further away, and starting a job that will mean I work some weekends and will struggle for midweek games. That said, I'd probably have been more inclined to keep my season ticket if it meant travelling down from Carlisle to see us play Spurs rather than Barnsley.