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Two leading Liverpool FC supporter groups have announced plans to boycott their team's trip to the KC later this month because of the away ticket price of £48.
Spirit of Shankley say that the mark up in price compared to the same fixture last season and compared to other Premier League games at the KC this season is unfair.
With support of the Spion Kop 1906 group, the Spirit of Shankly Management Committee have decided that we will not be attending this match. Instead, we will hold a demonstration at Anfield to voice our displeasure at the disgraceful pricing of Premier League tickets.
In solidarity, many of the regular independent coaches that are organised and travel from Liverpool will also not betravelling to this fixture. Fans can simply not afford to attend every game at the prices that are currently set.
We would encourage fans to join us on that night to tell the money men of the Premier League cartel that they cannot continue to charge exorbitant prices, whilst making obscene amounts of money. This wealth should be shared and passed back to the lifeblood of the game, the supporters.
Hull City are yet to comment on the protests.
Many parts of East Yorkshire were unimpressed that the Grand Depart of the Tour de France missed out large parts of the county, but this year's Tour de Yorkshire more than makes up for it.
Primary school children in one village have been celebrating the arrival of the race with a week of special events and even got their hands on the trophy.
Helen Steel reports:
Police are searching for a missing 14-year-old in Immingham.
Marcus Blackham has been missing since Friday 17th April after he didn't come home that evening.
Since being reported missing police have had a reported sighting of him in Grimsby, but concern is now growing for Marcus due to his age and lack of contact.
Marcus was last seen wearing a blue hooded top, dark grey tracksuit bottoms and dark blue Adidas trainers.