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No Reductions For City Clash

No Reductions For City Clash

Wednesday have announced the ticket details for the FA Cup Third Round clash with Premiership Manchester City - with Owls fans having to splash out normal league ticket prices.

It was anticipated that the club may have reduced ticket prices for the occassion after a poor Hillsborough crowd greeted the FA Cup Third Round tie with Charlton Athletic last season - but fans will have to fork out over £20 for the clash with Stuart Pearce's men.

And to rub salt in to the wounds, the City of Manchester stadium club have announced that tickets will be priced at just £15 for adults and £5 for juniors should the clash require a replay - which would take place on Wednesday, January 17th.

The game could also be moved to Sunday because of rivals Sheffield United also being drawn at home on the same weekend - but it's yet to be confirmed if either game will be televised or which game will be moved.

Tickets for the clash, which takes place over the weekend of 6/7 January will be on sale as soon as final confirmation of the date has been announced.


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Writer:Nick
Date:Tuesday December 5 2006
Time: 9:00AM

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thats stupid i bet only about 18,000 will go now.
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