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City Open Up With Millwall

Newly-promoted Millwall will be the visitors to Ashton Gate on the opening day of the season as 'the computer' announced the 2010/11 fixtures today.

The Lions went up through the play-off's last month and will provide the opposition on 7 August, though brace yourselves for the Police to bring the kick-off forward in due course!

New manager Steve Coppell takes us back to his former club Reading on Boxing Day before we end the campaign at home to relegated Hull on the last day.

Sadly, because of dataco, it's against the law for us to print the fixture list in full, but you can view the games by CLICKING HERE





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Date:Thursday June 17 2010

Time: 10:30AM

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Personally, I think that with Millwall, Leeds. Cardiff and Swansea in the same league as us, we should be in for a right laugh this season
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