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Swansea City Fixture Changes

Some of Swansea City's matches have been moved due to the egg-chasing.

Our home derby against Cardiff City will now be played on Sunday November 8th at 1pm, instead of at 3pm on Saturday.

Our home game against Derby has been moved from Saturday to Friday November 20th at 7:45pm.

Our match at home to Preston has also been moved slightly, we'll still play them on Saturday February 6th but we'll kick off 2 hours earlier at 1pm.

All fixtures have been changed because of the Wales rugby games.




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday June 26 2009

Time: 5:24PM

 

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