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Wolves Game Postponed

The proposed industrial action on the London Underground have caused Arsenal Football Club to make the decision to postpone the scheduled Boxing Day game against Wolves by 24 hours, moving it to Tuesday 27th December.

Talks are ongoing as to whether the strikes will take place, but as it`s getting late in the day, the club took the decision to postpone the game now to give people a chance to plan their journeys properly.

This situation meant whatever happened there would be some unhappy punters so I guess it`s a no win situation, however transport around N5 has always been a contentious situation.

Hopefully there won`t be too many empty seats around the stadium on Tuesday.

The game will kick off at 3pm.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday December 22 2011

Time: 9:57AM

Your Comments

Not happy about this :-(
Dberg
More time to eat turkey buttys on boxing day
ajwb
The players or you? :-)
Dberg
Total bummer, I'll be at work on the 27th, so I can't watch this game!!
SHGooner71
Correct decision in my view, no way the majority of supporters would be able to get there. The council had already stated that parking restrictions would apply so its a no brainer.
ukgooner
Let em strike, no pay, greedy ****s. More booze on Boxing day = Fine by me.
shewore
I guess Clarkson was right after all
HuddersfieldYiddo
 

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