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Carling Cup Date v Sunderland fixed

The date for our 4th round Carling Cup game away at Sunderland has been set for Tuesday October 27.

Kick off at the Stadium of Light will be 7:45pm

We'll publish ticket details when available.




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 28 2009

Time: 3:27PM

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any news on tv coverage??!! tough game this, bent looks in top form!
leelindsay
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28/09/2009 17:11:00

any news on tv coverage??!! tough game this, bent looks in top form!
leelindsay
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28/09/2009 17:11:00

not seen anything as yet, would think they are still deciding which to show, any bets on it being Liverpool v Arsenal though!
The Fear
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28/09/2009 17:25:00

not seen anything as yet, would think they are still deciding which to show, any bets on it being Liverpool v Arsenal though!
The Fear
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28/09/2009 17:25:00

Long trek up to wearside for an evening game, but hopefully we'll take a decent number up there, make a bit of noise, and cheer the lads on into the quarter finals. We haven't done too badly up there recently, and haven't lost have we, since that shambles of a performance when we lost 1-0, that David Bellion scoring the winner? Wont be an easy task leelindsay, I agree with you there, but we certainly could have faced a more difficult tie. Mart will presumably/hopefully play a full strength team, no thoughts of resting anyone for this encounter, and a full strength team will I am sure be enough to see off Steve Bruce's rejuvenated Sunderland. This is a tournament we stand as good a chance as any of winning, so come on lads, make sure we're still on course for a Wembley visit as we travel back to Brummagem in the early hours.
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29/09/2009 06:22:00

Long trek up to wearside for an evening game, but hopefully we'll take a decent number up there, make a bit of noise, and cheer the lads on into the quarter finals. We haven't done too badly up there recently, and haven't lost have we, since that shambles of a performance when we lost 1-0, that David Bellion scoring the winner? Wont be an easy task leelindsay, I agree with you there, but we certainly could have faced a more difficult tie. Mart will presumably/hopefully play a full strength team, no thoughts of resting anyone for this encounter, and a full strength team will I am sure be enough to see off Steve Bruce's rejuvenated Sunderland. This is a tournament we stand as good a chance as any of winning, so come on lads, make sure we're still on course for a Wembley visit as we travel back to Brummagem in the early hours.
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