Crystal Palace criticise decision to opt for evening FA Cup tie at Brighton
• London membership annoyed by means of decreased price tag allocation for derby fixture
• ‘We assumed just right sense would be successful and it could be early daylight kick-off’
Crystal Palace have expressed dismay on the resolution to play their FA Cup third-round tie at Brighton & Hove Albion on a Monday night, and frustration that their allocation of tickets will once more be dramatically decreased for the derby fixture.
A security advisory crew, comprising representatives from Albion, Sussex police, different emergency products and services, delivery suppliers and different companions had sought a lunchtime kick-off, just for deliberate engineering works at the Brighton mainline to suggested them to go for Monday night. Despite the fact that that has allowed BT Game to televise the sport, Palace have insisted they may have equipped their fanatics with unfastened trainer go back and forth to negate the affect of the rail problems.