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Ticket News - No Real Rush!

Ticket News - No Real Rush!

Tickets for the Premiership trip to Goodison Park on March 18 are now on General Sale. Tickets are still available for the FA Cup fifth round replay at Manchester City on March 14th. Hmmm, wonder why?!

Other ticket news. Fulham, March 25th, 3pm ko, are on general sale as a Villa Value Game (£15 adults, £5 concessions)

West Brom on April 9, 12noon ko, on sale to fans with a booking history.

Birmingham City, April 19, 12 noon, on sale to fans with a booking history.

Manchester City, April 22, 3pm are on general sale.

Season finale with the visit of the great Sunderland fans, May 7, 3pm, on general sale.

Arsenal away, with the last chance to visit Highbury before the club move to a new and soulless identikit stadium is sold out.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:J P Fear
Date:Monday March 6 2006
Time: 12:10PM

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Would like to have gone to Highbury for the last time, I'll be interested to see how Arsenal cope with the debt they have taken on with their new stadium. Guess with the limitations for developing Highbury, it was bound to happen sooner or later. At least they aren't demolishing parts of it, (like we did with the vandalised Trinity Road stand), I believe they are turning it into apartments.
The Fear
06/03/2006 13:25:00
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Would like to have gone to Highbury for the last time, I'll be interested to see how Arsenal cope with the debt they have taken on with their new stadium. Guess with the limitations for developing Highbury, it was bound to happen sooner or later. At least they aren't demolishing parts of it, (like we did with the vandalised Trinity Road stand), I believe they are turning it into apartments.
The Fear
06/03/2006 13:25:00
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why didnt you go feary?
was_danrenshaw
06/03/2006 18:31:00
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why didnt you go feary?
was_danrenshaw
06/03/2006 18:31:00
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Last visit to Highbury. Sad really. I can still remember as if it were only yesterday, celebrating on the Highbury pitch after the 2-0 reversal, yet receiving confirmation that we were the Football League champions. Guess I'll always have a soft spot for Middlesbrough. What a day that was.
glensider
07/03/2006 23:42:00
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Last visit to Highbury. Sad really. I can still remember as if it were only yesterday, celebrating on the Highbury pitch after the 2-0 reversal, yet receiving confirmation that we were the Football League champions. Guess I'll always have a soft spot for Middlesbrough. What a day that was.
glensider
07/03/2006 23:42:00
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