Hull City fans plan protest march over Huddersfield travel row
HULL City fans are being urged to join a protest march before tomorrow's (Saturday) match against Nottingham Forest.
Tigers' supporters will walk behind a banner which reads 'we are not criminals we are free fans'.
The protest is against the plans by West Yorkshire Police to implement travel restrictions for Hull City fans wanting to travel to the away match at Huddersfield on March 30.
Sanctions by the police mean fans will have to travel to the Yorkshire derby either on official coaches from Hull, or park up at Hartshead Moor Services on the M62, collect their tickets and be driven to the stadium on official coaches, irrespective of how they travel to the game.
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Hull City fans have also only been given 1,700 tickets, when the away stand capacity is 4,000.
Anyone wanting to join in the march should meet at the West Park gates (near Parkers pub) at 2.30pm.
Fans will then walk to the KC Stadium.