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Bristol City Sell Out

City travel today to an eagerly awaited clash at Gary's former Club, Yeovil, the nearest thing we have to a local derby at the current time. City are reporing no serious injury problems and are expected to name the
same team that outfought Rotherham United to record a vital 3-1 victory on Wednesday evening. Another win today would bring us level on points with Yeovil but a draw and continuation of our four match unbeaten run would be more than acceptable, IF we can follow up with a home win against Paul Merson's Walsall on Monday afternoon.

City supporters are reminded that today's match
is a complete sell out and travel to Yeovil will, therefore, be pontless unless you have a valid ticket. An extensive report on all today's City action
will apprear on the Vital Football-Bristol City site later today.

Peter Tully




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Date:Saturday December 31 2005

Time: 9:42AM

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heard adu was going to charlton, how good is he?
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great to see a sell out at your nearest rival... hopefully a great game with a great atmosphere.......
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