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Blackpool weekender sabotaged!

Due to the nature of football and the rules and regulations they impose, we aren't able to mention fixtures or publish lists, despite the fact these fixtures are basically just adverts for the games we pay our hard earned money to go and see. Beyond belief? You bet!

Anyway, I'll see if this is seen as against the rules (despite a European Court of Justice ruling which should put pay to the charging for fixture lists but no one is in the financial position to challenge the leagues) to say that our opening game is against fellow relegated side West Brom down at the Hawthorns. This should hopefully get picked up by Sky.

First up at home is Reading whilst festive fun sees us away to Sheffield Wednesday on Boxing Day. However the big one most were looking forward to, Blackpool away, is shifted into a horrendous midweek position.

Boro get played in October (home) and March (away). Naturally we finish the season with an away game, this time down at Loftus Road.




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday June 17 2009

Time: 8:32PM

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feck all worht seeing in Blackpool anyway :-)
Al Billy
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17/06/2009 20:41:00

Never been to blackpool and will never goto blackpool, so i'm glad that one is on midweek.
xpertweb.co.uk
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17/06/2009 22:21:00

You will be back, better and stronger,hope you have a good season.
Buzz Lightyear
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18/06/2009 07:49:00

Ok, doesn't matter who we play, when we play as long as the Toon win
sfosteruk
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18/06/2009 13:37:00

 

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