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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

Your Comments

any news on tv coverage??!! tough game this, bent looks in top form!
leelindsay
any news on tv coverage??!! tough game this, bent looks in top form!
leelindsay
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
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
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.
glensider
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.
glensider
 

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