Five-day rail strike to impact on Albion home games
We are aware of the news of the announced five-day strike by conductors which, if it goes ahead, is likely to cause severe delays across the rail network.
The club is doing everything we possibly can to arrange alternative travel to and from the matches against Colchester United and Nottingham Forest, which both fall within the five-day period.
We will be in talks with all our major transport partners to look at providing additional coach, bus and park-and-ride options wherever possible.
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Albion chief executive Paul Barber commented, "It is hugely disappointing that our fans, along with many others, are being subjected to such inconvenience and uncertainty regarding their travel arrangements to and from matches.
"Our business, like so many others in London and the south east, is now being severely disrupted by the dispute which, as a major customer of Southern, is totally unacceptable."