I know there's already been lots of derision about this. I was of the mindset that it was the fairest method to distribute tickets but I'm starting to see that it definitely isn't. The points system means that it's pretty much a closed shop when it comes to obtaining away tickets. Fans with enough points get away tickets even if they have zero intention of attending. These tickets are handed out to mates, mates of mates. Sold on Twitter and Facebook, sometimes for a profit. This has to stop. Until last season I went to most away games in the South, I'd pick one, two or three in the Midlands or up North. I'd generally see about ten away games a season. I can't go to every game, I can't afford it, I don't have the time and even if I did the missus ain't gonna be happy about it, so I'd pick and choose. I can't get tickets anymore, if I did it would be through someone else's supporter number. I've no way of improving my own points in order to get tickets that I used to get when we were ****. It would be dangerous to continue down this road. If and when we hit the skids people like me will be out of the habit of attending away matches. It won't be easy to get us back. These new "superfans" wont bother with a bottom of the table clash away at Crystal Palace if the novelty wears off. I don't even want to think about life in a lower division (where, might I add I still hit double figures in away games). Wolves need to safeguard future away support. Maybe some away season tickets should be available. But the rest need to make it on general sale. We always had good away support, the current policy could destroy that.