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Another 100,000 TV Money For Swansea City

Swansea City will receive another 100,000 in TV money as Sky Sports will televise the home game against Norwich City.

The game against the Canaries on Saturday 19th April at the Liberty Stadium will be the sixth time a Swans game has been televised this season.

Sunday's game at home to our arch rivals Cardiff City was shown on BBC and the next game on TV will be on the 26th February when Leeds United visit the Liberty Stadium.




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Date:Tuesday February 8 2011

Time: 6:53PM

 

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