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FA Cup 5th Round Tie Live

FA Cup 5th Round Tie Live

ITV have selected our 5th Round tie against either Wolves or Crystal Palace for TV viewing.

Villa are away for the match, so the TV viewing will be a welcome relief for most I imagine - in fact it could be considered the perfect Valentine's present from the commercial station two up from BBC1.

The game is scheduled for 3.45pm on Sunday, February 14th, and we will find out our opponents at roughly 9.15ish on Feb 2nd.

Source - Wolves Official Site

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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Thursday January 28 2010
Time: 11:35AM

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great, might save a bit of money as the Wembley trip is costing a packet, and see it on tv. then again...!
The Fear
28/01/2010 11:41:00
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great, might save a bit of money as the Wembley trip is costing a packet, and see it on tv. then again...!
The Fear
28/01/2010 11:41:00
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Great stuff :) My dads gf supports wolvas, Hope we get them and smash them!!
Blitz
28/01/2010 13:06:00
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Great stuff :) My dads gf supports wolvas, Hope we get them and smash them!!
Blitz
28/01/2010 13:06:00
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brill, what a great Valentines pressie from my wife to me, letting me watch the match.
leerj0
28/01/2010 19:58:00
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brill, what a great Valentines pressie from my wife to me, letting me watch the match.
leerj0
28/01/2010 19:58:00
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Bloody great. The prospect of a trip to Selhurst Park at the best of times is hardly a pleasant thought for your average away fan, so a 3.45 p.m. February Sunday afternoon kick-off hardly see's yours truly jumping for joy. Could have been worse, my good friend Andy commented, could have been an 8.00 p.m. midweek kick-off. Anyone whose ever driven to Selhurst Park from Brummagem will understand fully what I'm jibbering on about. Anyway, to sum up in one solitary sentence. 'I hope that it's the Wolves over at the Molinuex'. Thankyou.
glensider
29/01/2010 05:57:00
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Bloody great. The prospect of a trip to Selhurst Park at the best of times is hardly a pleasant thought for your average away fan, so a 3.45 p.m. February Sunday afternoon kick-off hardly see's yours truly jumping for joy. Could have been worse, my good friend Andy commented, could have been an 8.00 p.m. midweek kick-off. Anyone whose ever driven to Selhurst Park from Brummagem will understand fully what I'm jibbering on about. Anyway, to sum up in one solitary sentence. 'I hope that it's the Wolves over at the Molinuex'. Thankyou.
glensider
29/01/2010 05:57:00
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