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New Signings Get First Outing

New Signings Get First Outing

Bristol City's new signings get their first chance to go on display with their new club when City take on Portishead Town in their first pre-season warm up game.

Kick off will be at 3:00pm at their Bristol Road home on Saturday and all new players, Mark Little, Korey Smith, Luke Freeman and Wade Elliott will play some part.

Supporters can pay on the day for entry, £5 for Adults and under-16s £2.

Director of football Keith Burt told the Bristol Post: "This is a full community fixture and hopefully we can raise funds to aid Portishead Town FC in the future.

"Steve Cotterill will be bringing the whole first team squad down and all the new signings will be there.

'It should be a great day for Portishead Town FC and hopefully an entertaining game."






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Writer:Andy999
Date:Tuesday July 1 2014
Time: 3:41AM

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