There's been no confirmation as yet from the EFL (as if they would keep fans informed ) but the Accrington chairman Andy Holt has tweeted this ....
In a landmark ruling @EFL have decided without agreement that away team should get the revenue from their travelling fans.
In an absolute shambles, the home team loses a major part of the revenue from staging the game despite paying the costs for it.
He hasn't followed up with any more details but it looks like the EFL has ruled that home clubs have to hand over the revenue to the away team for the amount of away fans at a game.
Despite police and steward costs for controlling a large away following the money generated from that will go to the away team.
It's obviously good news for Argyle due to our large away following but some clubs might just allow the bare minimum of 10% of stadium capacity for away fans, this would mean it would be more difficult for Argyle fans to get tickets.
At Home Park the away capacity is reduced because of the grandstand refurbishment but usually we only have large away followings from the likes of Portsmouth and Bristol Rovers.
Andy Holt is always outspoken and regularly criticises the football authorities on behalf of the fans so we'll see if this agreement is true or not.
And is this linked to future ifollow agreements?