As a footy club, surely supporters are considered a valuable part of the fabric.Not sure why, it's a footy club, not a zoo. Entirely reasonable for the club to have closed sessions and exclusive sessions as they see fit.
It’s entirely reasonable for supporters to enjoy attending training sessions as they have done for over 100 years i would have thought.
You can learn a lot about your players, coaches and team when attending training, certainly more than from the endless amount of mostly useless fluff the clubs media department serve up on a regular basis.
Pay up to attend on match days by all means, training sessions ... nah, as you were.
Anyway, I digress ... of course, the club can do no wrong.
Not interested in ping pong, I’ll leave the final call here to you now, as is your want ...