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Youth Cup Final 2nd Leg Tickets

Youth Cup Final 2nd Leg Tickets

The club wishes to remind fans planning to go to the 2nd leg of the Youth Cup Final at Stamford Bridge that tickets need to be purchased in advance.

Fans without tickets are advised not to travel to Tuesday nights 2nd leg (kick off 7.45pm) at all, but those who want to go should visit Villa Village and pick up the tickets - £3 adult, £1 concessions - in person. Collections will not be available at Chelsea.

The club have already ceased posting booked tickets due to the Bank Holiday postal restrictions.

For fans with tickets, there is also official club travel available at a flat rate £17. The coaches depart at 3.30pm.

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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Friday April 30 2010
Time: 4:19PM

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and it promises to be a great second leg - with a large crowd!
merlin
30/04/2010 16:26:00
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ShaneBlack The Youth team have made it to the Cup Final and have a very good chance of winning it so why start picking on them .. If clubs like Villa start flooding our Youth teams with foreign players what chance does the National team have in the future .. Congratulations to the Youth team for what they have achieved whatever the result at Chelsea .
Doug4ever
01/05/2010 02:59:00
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I have to say that the Villa youth did a decent job - particularly in defense. For the most part, Chelsea's youngsters were restricted to shooting outside of the box. Perhaps you were a little lacking up front but from what I understand, some of your key players were out injured?
the_legend_of_zola
01/05/2010 12:54:00
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That said mate - I would point out that Sam Walker, Billy Clifford, Danny Mills-Pappoe, Rohan Ince, Josh McEachran, Anton Rodgers and Conor Clifford are all born in the UK. So whilst we do have some foreign players, the core of the side is still home-grown.
the_legend_of_zola
01/05/2010 12:57:00
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Anton Rodgers also from Eire
shamrockvilla
01/05/2010 20:12:00
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Not that I came to argue that... I don't want to go off topic: both sets of lads should be proud of themselves. I hope that a few of you are able to make it to Stamford Bridge for the night. At this level, it's great to see decent crowds for the lads.
the_legend_of_zola
02/05/2010 00:29:00
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