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Sell-Out At Blackpool

City will find themselves in a bit of a party atmosphere at Bloomfield Road on Sunday as the game with Blackpool is heading for a sell-out.

Expectant Blackpool fans have snapped up the final few tickets in the hope of seeing their side reach the play-offs.

The attendance will be the biggest at Bloomfield Road for a meagre 32-years but fear not, if you fail to snap up one of the remaining 132 tickets in our end today the game will be live on Sky Sports 2 from midday.




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Writer: Andy999 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday April 27 2010

Time: 11:41AM

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Coming from the North West and favouring the blue part of Bristol, I am desperately hoping for a Blackpool win. Having said that, I would like to see Steve Coppell back in the Premier League in a year or two. As I'm not a native Bristolian, I don't hate City but I'm just not sure I can stand all that "we're a sleeping giant", "we need a 50,000 seat stadium because we're such a big club"....... crap that you lot always come out with.
Bristol White
I'd hazard a guess that those people who say those things are "Jonny-come-lately's" to be honest cos of all the people I speak to down the Gate, I've never heard that at all. We often talk about the potential of the club, if we were to get into the Prem but the same, sadly, applies for the blue few north of the river. In fact, everyone I speak to agrees that we don't need, nor want, this 32,000 white elephant either. We're potentially a similar sized club to West Brom and should look to follow their model IMO.
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