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Arsenal & Liverpool Fixture Changes

The Gunners visit to Villa Park has been postponed due to their Carling Cup final committments.

The club have advised that tickets will remain on sale stating the original date (February 24) and will be valid for whenever the game does take place.

The Liverpool match has also been changed for Sky and will now take place on Sunday 18 March with a 1.35pm kick off time.




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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday February 2 2007

Time: 3:31PM

Your Comments

1.35 - i bloody hate sky
mcgoo
rubbish times aren't they? Why not 3pm ffs. At 1.35pm on a Sunday I want to be scoffing!
The Fear
Pi**ed off at all the messing around with kick off times just to suit a bloody tv company!!!!! since when did they run the premiership??
steff_the_villan
just saw barry has been picked for england
mcgoo
its money innit!!
jonah
STEFF! Since they pumped money into the League! Emkay
Emkay
still a f****ing stupid kick-off time though
jonah
I've decided to stop moaning, groaning and complaining about all of the fixture changes, different days, different times, etc. etc. I've got my season tickets so I might just as well accept it and get on with it. Will these 'major inconveniences' stop me from purchasing my tickets next season? No, so why let it tick me off?
glensider
Yes I know Emkay, still doesn't make it right
steff_the_villan
I think it's great! You try getting up at 3 in the morning to watch the game. 11:45 pm is so much better! Rock on SKY!
myleftfoot
We've really been dicked about by Sky this year! *****, sometimes there are other things in life to do as well and makes it bloody hard to keep re-arranging stuff around.
spit-fire
Yes all good points but I bet most of you subscribe to sky or go to the pub to watch games? You can't have your cake and eat it!
Villan57
As its against two of the pool one of the big four I suspect it will still be a sell out.
col8
 

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