What do you think of the state of League One away prices? Most hovering around low-£20s, match categorisation only used at 10 clubs... pic.twitter.com/wvsHtmiQCQ— The FSF (@The_FSF) September 21, 2016
It showed that prices have crept up, in certain cases, to £30 which is of course the same as the capped-prices for visiting supporters in the the Premeir League while paying more £20 or more is the rule rather than the exception.
I don't particularly want to single out individual clubs (the blog has always been about highlighting interesting offers when they come up) but I do feel that, on both the playing and financial side, League One is gradually becoming more and more detached from the Championship despite the link between the two division that promotion and relegation provides.
The most obvious example of this is Championship Under-23 sides taking part in the ill-judged Football League Trophy this season but it's also there in other ways. Channel 5, for instance, has changed its Saturday night offering from 'The Football League Show' to 'The Championship' with League One and Two goals shunted away to a separate programme.
Despite this, clubs are still faced with rising costs from the standard obligations they have to meet and the knock-on effect of wages that are inflated in the top-flight and going the same way in the second tier.
I'd love all clubs to be offering tickets for £20 or less but the best way of ensuring that is surely for a greater sense of togetherness amongst 'The Football League' as a whole and a fairer way of redistributing income to all of the members.
It is pleasing that the 'EFL' have come out and confirmed recently that 'B' teams and the Old Firm are not part of the proposed expansion plans but a growing divide between the Championship and the rest could yet lead to a form of regionalisation or a 'Premier League 2' in the coming years.