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CAST annual season ticket intentions & attitudes survey

We would like to hear from Charlton fans for our 2023 survey. It is open to CAST members and non-members and we will share the findings with the club.

We are asking for your opinions on season ticket intentions for next season and on the relationship between CAFC and fans. The survey should take about five or six minutes to complete.

https://www.castrust.org/2023/04/complete-our-annual-season-ticket-and-attitudes-survey-here/
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  • Done
  • Done, however I’m disappointed there wasn’t a question on retro hat wearing.
  • Done 
  • "Fear of Missing Out", that's a good 'un.
  • Wouldn’t put any value in my answers, I couldn’t even work out if I lived in SE London or Kent!
  • Wouldn’t put any value in my answers, I couldn’t even work out if I lived in SE London or Kent!
    East London 😉 
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  • Also done
  • Thanks everyone - heading for 500 responses already which is great. The more, the better, so keep them coming please.
  • Completed. 
  • Completed
  • Done 
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  • Stig said:
    This morning I said how important ït was to stick to tradition and wear ŕed. This ëvening were playing in shitty blue kits that would be befitting odd Millwall or Brum. There's no need for this nonsense. 
    No one at the club cares about that. Simple as that.
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    Stig said:
    This morning I said how important ït was to stick to tradition and wear ŕed. This ëvening were playing in shitty blue kits that would be befitting odd Millwall or Brum. There's no need for this nonsense. 
    If no one bought them the club would not make them or stock them in the shop. There would then be no commercial pressure to then wear them instead of the red to please a manufacturer. 
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  • edited April 19
    Stig said:
    This morning I said how important ït was to stick to tradition and wear ŕed. This ëvening were playing in shitty blue kits that would be befitting odd Millwall or Brum. There's no need for this nonsense. 
    They only have one working tumble dryer, so have to rotate kits whilst the other ones dry on the line. We wore white at Ipswich but I understand that the red one was still damp when they were about to set off for Milton Keynes so Martin S has taken it all home and put it in his airing cupboard. 
    Every time they put them on the clothes line at the Valley they keep getting covered in Pigeon crap!.
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