Not fair to keep changing games
I commend Ian Vincent for his letter ("City dismissive of paying fans", Mailbox, February 28) about the number of Leicester City games cancelled on Saturdays.
It is not fair to regular fans. I'm a 76-year-old pensioner and been a supporter since the age of 12.
I love my football (what other interests of choice at my age!)
I have complained about this before in the ticket office.
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I cannot get to many night games, the reason being I'm to scared to go home late at night, crossing Leicester centre.
I'm not safe, and also the buses are not running regularly enough beyond 10pm.
I paid £270 for my ticket as a pensioner, but can just about count on one hand how many times I've been to a match this season. Also, is it fair to many men who have done a hard day's work to turn out at night again, very often having to take their children (there's many around me in my stand) to night games. Once again it's all about money, and no thought for the fans.
Still, I wish Leicester City the best of luck for the "top league", but as yet have not decided whether I'll be there to see them play.
Mrs MA Murray, Leicester.