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Premiership Fixture Changes

Premiership Fixture Changes

Due to our progression to the semi final's of the Champions League, thats right folks, the semi finals of the Champions League, there has been a few changes in fixture dates.

From the original fixture list the changes are as follows.

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BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP
Portsmouth v Arsenal (postponed from 25.3.06)
WEDNESDAY 12TH APRIL 2006
At: Fratton Park
Kick-off: 8.00 pm
This match will be shown `live' on Sky `pay per view'

UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE - SEMI-FINAL, 1ST LEG
Arsenal v Villarreal CF
WEDNESDAY 19TH APRIL 2006
At: Highbury
Kick-off: 7.45 pm
This match will be shown `live' on Sky TV

UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE - SEMI-FINAL, 2ND LEG
Villarreal CF v Arsenal
TUESDAY 25TH APRIL 2006
At: Villarreal CF
Kick-off: 7.45 pm (GMT)
This match will be shown `live' on ITV

BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP
Manchester City v Arsenal (postponed from 17.4.2006)
THURSDAY 4TH MAY 2006
At: The City of Manchester Stadium
Kick-off: 7.45 pm

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It's hard being this good isn't it?!?


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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Thursday April 6 2006
Time: 7:59PM

Comments

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I could have done without the Pompey game being there, its a pain having to try and be polite infront of visitors!!!
Rocky7
06/04/2006 23:56:00
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I could have done without the Pompey game being there, its a pain having to try and be polite infront of visitors!!!
Rocky7
06/04/2006 23:56:00
0
we aint going to have a week break beetween the Arsenal and Villarreal match this time, o well at least if we win they have no excuses.
gunner-minesh
07/04/2006 19:38:00
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we aint going to have a week break beetween the Arsenal and Villarreal match this time, o well at least if we win they have no excuses.
gunner-minesh
07/04/2006 19:38:00
0
you can always have a little rest against pompey!
paultsmouth
08/04/2006 13:08:00
0
you can always have a little rest against pompey!
paultsmouth
08/04/2006 13:08:00
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