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Attendance definition: the number of people present at a particular place or event. Why do some clubs announce attendances that are higher than the number of people who actually attended a match? Is it to seem more appealing to sponsors? I know Celtic have been doing this for years but more clubs are doing the same, including Falkirk and Dunfermline in this division. Hearts, Hibs and Aberdeen do so in the Premiership. Clubs should be made to announce the actual number of people who actually went to the match in my opinion. What method do the other clubs in this division use when announcing their attendances?
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