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League Cup Semi Final Dates Announched

League Cup Semi Final Dates Announched

The dates have been set for our semi final games v Bradford City in the League Cup.

The 1st leg is away at Valley Parade on Tuesday 8 January 2013. Kick off 7:45pm

The 2nd leg at Villa Park is also 7:45pm and takes place on Tuesday 22 January 2013.

Both games will also be shown on Sky Sports.

The official site are releasing cup criteria and ticket prices later today.

Forum thread: It Is Villa v Bradford In League Cup Semi Finals

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Thursday December 20 2012
Time: 1:03PM

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Im assuming thats January Mr Fear? ;)
revolutionatlast
20/12/2012 13:21:00
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might be! ;o))
The Fear
20/12/2012 13:24:00
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Just as long as you avoid taking this to penalties, you couldnt have a better chance of a trip to wembley
oxfordspur
20/12/2012 14:09:00
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Brings back good and bad memories of previous games. The name of Cecil Podd unfortunately remains engrained on my mind, after he scored their only goal in the 1 -0 win for BC on my only visit to Valley parade (in the old 3rd Division in 1970-1 season). Happier but nailbiting memories was the reverse scoreline at Villa Park in the 86-7 season, a crucial last home game which clinched our play-off place, and meant we still had an outside chance of automatic promotion. The rest, as they say, is history. (JF - testing, testing, back on line, thanks)
stennyvilla
20/12/2012 14:12:00
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Remember Cecil Podd only too well...I do remember going there toward the end of the Third Division 1971-2 season... Charlie Aitken got the winner in a game that virtually clinched promotion back to Division Two..Problem was that there was a rail strike on, and probably only about 1,500 Villa fans made it up there (at that time we were taking over EVERY ground we went to with a massive following of minimum 4,000)..It was a really hairy experience..Bradford fans were out in real force, and anything in claret and blue was a target! Thank goodness times have changed!! Still look back on that period as one of my most enjoyable times as a Villa fan though.
krfeskivilla
20/12/2012 14:25:00
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Two matches I will be stopping up until 4.30am to watch.
Pride of Lions
20/12/2012 15:01:00
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